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Eclectic, cheerful ambience with a mix of modern and traditional décor elements, the place is buzzing most of the times. As Pind Balluchi chain is known for its amazing Frontier Food, this outlet, too, does not disappoint with its delicious preparations. 'Ananas ka Pana', 'Chaach' or 'Bunta Soda' is good to start your meal. The choice of appetizers is enormous ranging from several kebabs to tikkas and tandoor items. 'Fish Tikka Lemon Pepper', 'Amritsari Fish Fry', 'Mutton Seekh Kabab' and ‘Pind Special Crispy Chicken’, steal the show. Vegetarians can feast on 'Paneer Amritsari', 'Paneer Tikka Shashlik' and 'Tandoori Aloo'. In the mains, 'Dhaba Meat', 'Fish Curry', 'Murg Kadai' are signature ones, worth trying. 'Kadai Paneer', 'Pindi Chole', 'Dum Aloo' and 'Dal Panchrangi' are a treat for vegetarians. 'Gulab Jamun' and 'Matka Kulfi' are the desserts, I would recommend to wind off your meal on a happy note. In the pleasing atmosphere, warm service enhances the dining experience.
Curries. This one word flood our minds with visions of meat and paneer bobbing in bowls full of curries. All you want to do is pick up a piece of naan and dunk it in soaking all that wonderful flavours. This mouth-watering vision overwhelms every curry buff, which is why rush off to your nearest Indian restaurant to fulfill your every curry fantasy. For us our solace lies in one restaurant that has been our long-standing favorite for delicious curries. ‘Pind Balluchi’ has become synonymous to curries everywhere. This popular family-style dining restaurant is one of the best places to indulge in your love for rustic wholesome Indian meal. Out of many outlets of Pind Balluchi, we like the one on the 2nd Floor, Supreme Plaza, Sector 6, Dwarka, New Delhi.
Pind Balluchi takes you on a culinary journey across Northern India. Frontier food is their forte and each morsel will transport you back to Punjab. The dual impact of North Indian and Mughlai creates a havoc on your senses. Their menu is filled with classic North Indian fare. Variety is fantastic. Pair your meal with an alcoholic drink or in true Punjabi style, sip on a thick lassi. Best way to wade into the menu would be through appetizers. Tuck into, surkh soya chaap, gilafi chicken seekh, paneer tikka shashlik, amritsari fish fry, hara kebab, mutton seekh, Balluchi mawe ki seekh and murgh kasuri tikka. Feast on the curries next. Worth trying are, matar mushroom masala, soya pasanda, paneer makhani, mutton badami korma, murgh kadai, amritsari aloo wadiyan, dhaniya murgh curry, mirch adraki fish curry and Punjabi mutton ishtew.
In a true North Indian style, the menu comes accompanied by a substantial flatbread section. Hari mirch ki roti, mutton paratha, makki di roti, pudina paratha, garlic naan and paneer paratha are perfection itself. A Punjabi takes his sweet tooth seriously so you get to dig into traditional Indian desserts. Pick between, tila kulfi, rasmalai, thandi kheer, matka kulfi and gulab jamun. Gajar ka halwa is seasonal. Pind Balluchi is quite reasonably priced, which attracts families in hordes. The interiors of Pind Balluchi infuses traditional aspects of Punjab with modern sensibilities. Clever uses of glass bangles as screens, hand painted rural murals, brass tumblers and old-fashioned furniture, brings in the spirit of Punjab. The restaurant is very popular. It’s wise to call ahead and book.