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Known for their rustic north western inspired décor, this outlet is on the same lines too with a little difference though here and there. Popular for serving authentic Mughlai dishes they continue to please you with their flavours. Located in a busy market, it is always packed with people wanting more and more of the Butter Chicken and Kalmi Kabab, some of their popular dishes. The affordability of this restaurant makes it a much-loved place.
Food offered to us was not up to the mark and tasteless. Quality has really deteriorated with time. Parking outside is a big headache.
No doubt this is my favourite Restaurant. It just 10 minutes from my place. This always crowded and especially in weekends so make sure to reserve your table. I went to this outlet 4-5 times. And recently they came up with banquet on 1st floor. And even they have good space for banquet. Recently my brother in laws daughters birthday was celebrated.. good service and no doubt food was good. So I cant resist myself to come again. But this time I came in weekend, which is overcrowded. But as I reserve the place I got the table.. we are 3 as usual and a kid(my daughter). Ambience is good. Staff is courteous. And as it is quite crowded the owner(Shivam) himself was taking order. No attitude, very down to earth. So we started with starters- 1) Tomato Shorba- Which was not at all worth it. 2) Dahi kebab- I rarely found good kebab.. and as if you are following me you know I “always” order Dahi Kebab. I found here damn yummy. Must try. 3) Chicken Tangri- Was too good. Do try. 4) Manchurian(Dry)- Manchurian was too soft and too yummy please try. Actually, Chinese was too good. But quantity was too less. 5) Spring Roll- Not at all spicey. As I said I loved the Chinese of here. As I quantity was less. In Main Course, we ordered- 1) Vegetable Biryani(Served with Raita)- Which I completely loved evertime I order. But this time I didn’t likes at all. 2) Dum Aloo- It was too good. It was not just Aloo.. there was filling(Paneer) in between Aloo. Fully recommended. 3) Balluchi Dal Makhani- It was speciality of this restaurant. But I didn’t find anything special. 4) Mix Vegetable Raita- Toomuch of vegetable. But served in small bowl. Quantity wise this restaurant is too bad. In breads we had- - Garlic Naam- Soft. -Paneer Stuffed Kulcha- Damn yummy. In Drinks we had 1) Mojito- Yummy 2) ButterMilk- okish 3) Bunta- Just okay. 5) Aerated Drinks 6) Breezer(Orange) Overall I had a nice experience beside being too rush. I need not to wait much. Food was good but quantity wise its too less.
This review is a very short one but I think it’s important Bec a lot of people don’t know that Pind Baluchi serves the best kulfi that you guys can get and honestly next time you guys visit that place. You HAVE to get a Kulfi Bec it will absolutely brighten up your day and meal!!!! ALSO THE DAAAL MAKHANI IS SO LITTTT!
Nice place for having Dinner with family and friends... Environment is very soothing and calm... I have visited 5-6 times...
Ordered two special curry, one is veg, the other is mutton. Both of them are not spicy, lack of India taste. Not recommended.
No matter how much you may dig your share of pastas or burgers, after a certain time one always comes back to their good old curries. There is nothing more comforting then diving into a bowl of luscious curry with a piece of buttery naan. New Delhi is famously dotted with some of the best curry houses in the nation. Gourmets pop in from all over the country to sample the city’s renowned butter chicken or paneer butter masala. After all, this is what New Delhi is so popular for, wholesome North Indian food. To truly relish delights of Northern India, no place is better than ‘Pind Balluchi’. This classic 90’s fine dining addition bought to the city a wind of rustic Punjab and with it a burst of vibrancy. Try the outlet Near Metro Station, Karkardooma, East Delhi.
Expect to find all North Indian, Punjabi classics on the menu of Pind Balluchi. It also carries its share of rich Mughlai dishes. Gorge on the vast spread of melt-in-your-mouth kebabs after dunking them in a tangy chutney. Accentuate the flavours even more by sipping on few traditional Indian beverages. A glass of aam ka panna or chaach will wash those appetizers down beautifully. Tomato shorba will give cold winter evenings a heart-warming start. Follow them with a range of mouth-watering appetizers like, achari malai soya, Pind special crispy chicken, pudina paneer tikka, kalmi kebab, masala chaap and ajwaini fish tikka. Polish off those Pind Balluchi curries with a basket of stuffed parathas or biryani. Meat keema matar, paneer lababdar, bhuna murgh, navratan korma, meat saagwala, dhaniya murgh curry and fish curry are their best sellers.
There is only one way to make this evening even more perfect and that is with Pind Balluchi’s smorgasbord of divine desserts. How about a cool morsel of matka kulfi or rasmalai or thandi kheer or tilla kulfi? Craving for something hot? Pick between gulab jamun or gajar ka halwa. There is another big reason for Pind Balluchi’s success, which is its pocket-friendly prices. For a nominal bill you can enjoy an extensive feast of Northern flavours. Through its interiors, Pind Balluchi gives a welcoming laid-back appeal. Furnishings are casual and tad more modern than other outlets. Touch of Punjab through dhols, bhangara art and dhaba-curios charms you instantly. It’s an ideal spot for families and large groups.