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Feel like treating yourself to a true-blue Punjabi rustic cuisine? You are in great company! Set your penchant free to encompass in a review of the senses including the eyes as the presentations are beautiful. The menu is neat and easy to navigate with interesting captions like ‘bakra, meat and machhi’, ‘tussi veg ho?’ etc. A must try is the ‘Popeye paaji ki favourite chaat’, a heavenly morsel of crispy lightly besan coated spinach, with just the right balance of the sweet and sour chutneys will make you reach for more. The ‘Barnala town fish curry’ is gleaming fresh, and a pleasure to eat it with steamed rice. However the piece de resistance is the ‘Sunday afternoon kukkad tari’, a succulent homestyle chicken, specialty which literally overflows with mom’s love as the section caption ‘mummji da pyaar’ suggests. Another must-try is the ‘Gucchi pulao’ generous portion, overwhelming flavour and decadent to the core. To end on a sweet note try not to miss the fabulously creamy ‘ras dates malai’, this classic with a twist of dates rabri is a true bounty of subtle flavours and the ‘nukkad jalebi with lacchena rabri’ is to die for. The place is raucous most of the time as it is well patronised. All in all, thumbs Up!
Enjoyed the food so much the first time I went back a second night. Butter chicken was a little too rich for my taste but lamb curries were delicious. And the potato samosa starter. Though it was a surprise to be told that two pages of starters were not available.
A first time visit to this with my friends proved to be a good one. We opted for Buffet instead of À la carte. The overall food experience was a good one except for the fact that the veg buffet spread had very limited options as compared to non veg in case of starters and main course. They need to add up more on their veg menu. Apart from that the ambience, customer service were upto the mark.
Disappointing vegetarian buffet but good a-la-carte. There were hardly any egg less vegetarian desserts. Also, having taken the a-la-carte here, that I loved, the buffet was comparatively low on quality.
Vegetarian buffet is good but needs a lot of improvement. There was hardly any variety in salad and dessert section. Same is true with vegetatian dishes. Though they provide complimentary soft drink but when my wife asked for diet coke or pepsi , they did not provide.The waiters like Aashish are very helpful and courteous but the Manager is indifferent and not so caring. Ambience is good . Sitting comfortable. Food lacked our expectations.
A regular customer, am here every other weekend for lunch with family. Good food, variety in buffet plus decent customer service make it worth a visit every time. You should try their murg malai tikka and mutton curry. For vegetarians, paneer makhani is heavenly.
Whenever you are confused on which cuisine to pick, go old-school and stick near to home base. In times of delicious confusion, it’s wiser to always go for the wholesome North-Indian fare that never fails to come through. There is no better cuisine that Delhi does best than our good old North Indian fare. Decadent creamy curries served with buttery naans are highlight of any great North Indian meal. Every nook and corner of the city is crammed with a multitude of fantastic North Indian restaurants but if you want the best, then without further delay book a table at ‘Made in Punjab’ of DLF Mall of India in Noida. The name Made in Punjab is synonymous to North Indian royalty in Delhi NCR’s dining scene. The restaurant has been around of years climbing the popularity pole rapidly and steadily, with its smooth service and toothsome heavenly meal of curries and biryanis.
Let your prejudices go when indulging in a memorable meal at Made in Punjab. Dabble freely and adventurously between the varied menus at your fingertips. The restaurant offers a heady mix of rich North Indian and Mughlai dishes for what we find a little expensive price, but one morsel of their food is enough to convince you to brush the price tags aside. Though their buffet is more economical and varied in nature, you can have much more control on your selection if you stick to the a la carte menu. The tags that describe each dish makes for an amusing read. Begin with, Popeye paaji ki favourite chaat, prawn chilli fry, tokri chaat, beetroot ki tikki, murgh Bhatti, tha fish fry, paneer barrel tikka, bun samosa, raan pockets and fareed tikka.
Dunk a piece of flaky naan in a bowl of curry like, butter chicken, meat truck wallah, paneer lababdar, malai kofta overload, nalli hard kaur, rawal pindi choley, highway gosht, burnala town fish curry, kunda dahi bhindi, sunday afternoon kukkad tari and ghar ki daal. Walk away after feasting on nukkad jalebi, paapi cake, gulabooo and goushalla di kulfi. The restaurant steps away from the conventional Indian décor by welcoming a more refined and contemporary approach. The outlook is minimal, stylish and edgy. No loud brash colours are used to put across the traditional theme, rather everything is on the subtle side. Seating is formal and yet intimate.