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Ikk Punjab, located in Rajouri Garden, West Delhi, is known for its historical approach towards food. The interiors manifest the pre-partition scenario with great paintings and guns. The coffee table is filled with different types of masalas. Some of the appetizers that are worth trying are ‘Tawa Wali Masaledaar Macchi’ and ‘Sialkot Boti’- a street food from Lahore; succulent mutton chunks marinated in Khada masalas. For the mains, vegetarians can try ‘Pindi Choley’- a Pakistan inspired chickpeas made in a thick spicy masala gravy and non-vegetarians can try ‘Meat Belli Ram’- a dish that originated from the Punjabi Army Cantonment; spicy mutton chunks cooked in authentic style.
Went with family for lunch, food was lovely. Before checking the menu asked for chole bhature which we assumed they would do being a Punjabi restaurant but the waiter didn’t know what we were talking about which we thought was strange. The food we did have was lovely and I strongly recommend the Jalebi Rabri! They have tried to incorporate alcoholic versions of classic street drinks but they did not work.
This was on my list so went there for a lunch. First impression was good as the interior and ambience is in sync with the theme. Punjabi folk Music was soothing. Ordered fish, chicken and paneer for starters. Was impressed with the beginning. Also had bunta drinks which were awesome. Had dal, mutton and butter chicken in main course. Butter chicken was finger licking good. Beli ram ghosht was fab. Though our stomachs were full but couldn't resist myself from trying Taran taran di jalebi. I am glad that I ordered it as it was the best jalebi I ever had. A must visit !! Will be coming again.......
I went to Ikk Punjab for dinner and had veg and non veg starters and main course. I liked chicken tikka and paneer tikka but NOT chicken kabab. I found it cooked with over ginger and garlic paste. Butter chicken could be better. Lots of Tomatoes were used for butter chicken gravy , gravy was having sour taste. It you add tandoor cooked chicken pieces then it will taste really good. Garlic naan was good. Ambience was also good.
Punjabi cuisine is different from other cuisines such as southindian, parsi, hyderabadi, lucknawi, karnatic, and they together form Indian Food. This restaurant actually excels in punjabi food
We went on lunch and asked for a table for four. We were forced to sit on ground floor. Upon asking the guard said first floor is not operational. We insisted that we like to sit on first floor. Surprising when we reached there we saw people sitting there n having food. We asked the guard as to why he was refusing us to sit on first floor. The guard is given a target to full ground floor first before sending people on first floor. Anyways he apologized n we forget. We ordered for aloo chaat, papri chaat, paneer with sauce(no chili) and lachha parantha, garlic nan. Paneer served was full of chilies n we had to request them to change which was done. We freaked out on aloo chat, it was too gud, we had to reorder as it was worth it. A decent experience except welcome, worth visiting again for aloo chaat.