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A fine dining restaurant at Cyber City that checks all the boxes on food and ambience. The elegant decor and comfortable seating make it a popular destination for larger groups. Personalised touches like the Roti trolley and the Dal trolley that stop at your table enhance the dining experience. The buffet, though limited in scope, is a popular option for the busy diner. The tandoor section scores, however, the reports on the famed ‘Butter Chicken’ are mixed.
It was a wonderful experience to visit this place. Food was too delicious. Services were quite prompt and courteous. Menu had number of varieties especially for Punjabi food. A paradise for lovers of Punjabi food. Spices could be little less. I like to presentation of servicing Jalebi with Rabri. It was fascinating.
Overall very good experience........
A perfect dine in with sophisticated interiors, perfect lightening and yes how can the music selection be missed. Totally loved the music played here.
Some of the cocktails which my friends tried and they loved it were nachili chai which had vodka, rum with in house chai.
The Mocktail khatta meetha (mango, orange juice with lemon) was okayish nothing great but I loved their classic mojito, handwana shikanjwi which had perfect flavours and was very refreshing.
In starters had paneer barrel tikka and Bhatti panner, both being extremely soft with perfect aromas and flavours.
Loved dal makhani which was perfectly cooked with perfect consistency. It was perfect , the best had so far.Palak cheena and dahi bhindi were nice too , found them unique both in terms of presentation and the taste. The luxury butter chicken was great, with a little scope for improvement.
In desserts had jalebi with Rabri, the jalebi was perfectly crisp and was amazing. Will surely recommend the place.
Hi i visit this place again and again they really serve nice buffet good snack and i really love there welcome snack dahi papri and mouth watering gol gappas not to miss at all this time i tried there apple minty moctail it was very refreshing .Ambiance is superb but day time peak hour is very rush so try to book in advance .
The starting of Gol gappe and papri chat is truly amazing. Good variety of starters (specially their tandoori aalo), main course was also interesting spread in veg ....Major disappointment was missing ice cream in deserts especially for kids.The service was prompt and this place is not to be missed at the cyberhub.Now the good part: You get plenty of time between courses for conversations with no one standing at your table forcing food on you. The staff is very warm and the service is efficient. All three managers came to our table to ask if all was well and prompt enough to look at the feedback form and talk to us before we left.
The place is grand. Large round tables with attentive staff. It is good place for a dinner and punjabi meal.
We ordered Mutton Seekh and a few mocktails. I wanted to the chocolate thandai so we called for one and skipped cocktails.
The thandai came in a nipple bottle. Honestly, it was embarrassing, chocolate milk was good though. The seekh were hard and not juicy. They felt pre-cooked. I was hoping for soft juicy tender seekh skewers.
Once in a while this intense craving hits me for rich authentic indian cuisine. The usual paneer and chicken stuff. And there is only one place I trust to serve me hard core Punjabi food to satisfy my butter chicken pang and that is ‘Made in Punjab’ at cyber hub. The place is this ritzy elegant fine dining restaurant that is famous for traditional north indian food. The establishment is one of the known chef Jiggs Kalra’s collection. The man is serious about his food and that reflects in his venture. Made in Punjab is tastefully decorated with grey upholstery and appliqued golden screens discreetly dividing the room. Each table has plenty of space and the restaurant is big enough to hold large parties of food lovers. Their private dining area has the capacity to sit twelve people and the restaurant is pretty popular for corporate lunches. It’s the dinner time that you will witness the long waiting queue so book in advance especially on weekends.
In regards of food mushroom shorba and yakhni shorba are worth trying but if you want to start with a salad than garden green salad is available. Be adventuress ask for chaat. The palak patta chaat is the best. And it includes spinach so you won’t lose onto the greens too. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food is cooked here. Chatpate tandoori aloo, beetroot di tikki, dahi kebab, raan, galouti kebab, mutton seekh will jump start the fabulous meal. Their mains menu is selective dishes of the famous Punjabi cuisine. Pindi chole, paneer makhani, dal, dal saat salam, sarson da saag are the kind of food cooked in every Punjabi kitchen. This is what made in Punjab promised to deliver. Punjab is known for one more thing as well and that is their love for chicken. The restaurant dishes out home style chicken curry, railway mutton curry, tariwali machchi, kadhai chicken, murgh tikka lababdar. The chicken is juicy and so tender it falls apart in your hand.
The bread page offers the selection of breads that will accompany perfectly with each dish. For drama ask for table side ‘live’ phulka. How cool is that. No indian meal will be complete without having biryani or pulao to your table. Nizami tarkari biryani sounds intresting. Go for that. Dessert time! Crispy jalebi with rabri or flambéed gulab jamun? Hmmmm. Tough call. I will have both. Don’t worry all this flair will not cost you much. Only fifteen hundred bucks for two.