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From the same management as S Bar and Restaurant (formerly Shalom), In The Punjab is spacious and slightly more formal than the rustic name would have you believe. The food is quite good, especially the kababs of which Saboota Talwar e Murgh is the best. Actually served on a sword, it is a signature here, ordered by almost every table. The spiciest dish is Chicken Haye Tauba, and Paalak Nalli Meat is a great choice, as is Dal Meat. The entrance is from a door in the back lane of the market.
Gastronomy of Delhi is greatly influenced by Punjabi culture. The city is vastly dominated by the Punjabi demographic not only in residential matter but its gastronomy as well. So many eateries have adapted the rich heritage as their backdrop and have been received extremely well by the local patrons. The city has become synonymous to the Punjabi culture and proudly boasts of various restaurants that explores the culture to its depth. The beauty of this cuisine is that it is available to all kinds of pockets. You will find the formal posh Punjabi restaurants to be as delicious as the more humbling ones. Tucked into the back lane of popular G.K â€“ 1 market is a lovely elegant place â€˜In The Punjabâ€™, which can be a superb addition to your gastronomy bucket list. The restaurant takes the rustic theme of Punjabi food to a classier level.
Contrary to its vibrant and colourful theme, In The Punjab keeps a very subtle and posh avatar. The restaurant is split onto two levels, while below is the fine dining section, upstairs area is fitted with a bar and has a more upbeat dÃ©cor. The dining space of In The Punjab is done beautifully and yet tastefully by keeping their dÃ©cor on the refined side. You would notice pastel shades used all over the room with the dominance of white, which is the chosen colour for the walls. Flooring is patterned in chevron style with multiple tones of brown. Chairs are upholstered in a lovely rich shade of yellowish brown, flanking small formal tables. A stunning wine library is fitted on one side of the room. Ask your server to seat you beside it, itâ€™s the best table in the house.
Menu of In The Punjab is expensive but gastronomically divine. Your taste buds will go on a roller coaster ride, feasting on a plethora of rich scrumptious delicacies. The menu basically consists of North-Indian and Mughlai fare, prepared beautifully by their very talented chef. Commence with, murg ka sula, raan-e-punjab, achari paneer tikka, bharwan tandoori aloo, laal surkh fish tikka, hara seekh kebab, leg to peg and tandoori chaampen. For a theatrical flair ask for saboota talwar-e-murgh which is barbequed chicken served on a sword. Their curry section is a heady affair of spices and aromatics. Indulge in it freely but do save some appetite for the sweets. They are sublime!