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Ambience is the signature Pind style and this Punjabi restaurant has been winning fans over with its Aaj ki Subzi, Tangri Kabab and the Dal Makhni. The Palak Paneer is another winner, delightfully rich; the spinach lightens the creamy dish and the paneer crumbles without disintegrating when attacked, an impressively light texture. Moving on to the meatier fare, the Murgh Rara is yet another hit, with chicken mince as gravy, it is absolute value for money. Served piping hot with the tender springiness of fresh bread, the naan has just the exact mass to match hearty entrées without falling apart. Do not leave without having dessert; ‘Tila Kulfi’ a cardamom and pistachio milky Popsicle is a Pind’s must have. All in all, this has become a seasoned West Delhi favourite famed for its affordability, lively air and keen flavours.
The restaurant is pretty new so they still have teething problems. The food takes ages to come but tastes good. Except the fried chicken everything tasted good. But service is pretty slow. Dal makhni is a must try
Hopefully I have the right Pind Balucci, (they are a "chain"), the one I am talking about is just off Connaught on Janpath. We chose the restaurant from our guide book, what a good decision. This was, other than breakfast in the hotel, our first (of many) meals in India. There was some apprehension, however this soon passed due to helpful staff and food which was quite authentic North Indian yet suited to British taste of spice and heat. Mixed kebab (ample shared between two) as a starter followed by a family portion (not required) of a mutton curry with a lachte (spelling!) parantha and 4 bottles of beer for about £20. It was delicious, so much so we visited again when we returned to Delhi for an "overnight" 10 days later.
Pind Balluchi has been a favorite for authentic North Indian cuisine with a Punjabi touch, and hence I visited them for lunch last week. As always with Pind Balluchi, some Punjabi folk music was playing in the background and the decor is much the same as across most outlets of the franchise, with a Sardarji on a cot at the entrance. Liked the Orange Blossom mocktail, quite refreshing in the humid weather. Among starters, go for Paneer Tikka Shashlik with a dash of lime. Fish Tikka Lemon Pepper was also well prepared while Tawa Mushrooms were tangy and a bit spicy. Dahi Saunth Ki Papdi was done the street food way with Imli, Pudina Chutney and pomegranate and potatoes. Paneer Hara Pyaaz Lababdar was delicious when paired with Khasta Roti. Among desserts, opted for Rasmalai and it was yummy as well.
Had dinner at pind balluchi, nice ambience and felt like iam in Punjab. The food and service is well appreciated. Should come back for the another experience.
loved the food, the ambiance, the portions are great, and we woudl return here in a heart beat! we recommend this to any one. They alter the spice level to your taste
Glorifying Indian cuisine has been a pet project of the restauranteurs. They try to take this classic popular fare and give it their own tweak and then present it to the world in a sharp eye-catching atmosphere. North Indian food has always been centre of attraction for the restauranteurs and has been a classic choice for fine dining circuit game. There are string of well-known restaurants tucked all over Delhi NCR, each with their own gimmick to attract. For ‘Pind Balluchi’ of M-58, Near Central Market, Lajpat Nagar 2, New Delhi, the play is simple – good food. One of the long-standing favourites of curry buffs in the city, Pind Balluchi is a name that stands for strong flavours and old-fashioned culinary values. This restaurant is quite sought after by families and large groups.
If you dream of having luscious butter chicken with flaky buttery naans in the backyard of rural Punjab then Pind Balluchi is your best bet. The restaurant is famous for its luxurious North Indian and Mughlai spread including dishes from regional Punjabi province after which the restaurant is themed. Although facility of home delivery is available, we suggest you come in anyways to experience their warm hospitality. Everything from tequila to whisky is available here in case you want to drink. Those who don’t, can stick to amb da panna or tara tara dian lassi. Begin the meal with, gilafi aloo, hari mirch da tikka, dahi ke kebab and mutton shammi kebab. Get your curry fix with, paneer roll masala, ghar da kukad, butter chaap, pindi chole, meat de kofte and butter paneer masala.
Round off this rich Punjabi galore with a delightful array of desserts. Tickle your desi palate with, thandi kheer, gulab jamun, gajar ka halwa and tila kulfi. The outlet is quite reasonably priced. It’s a great steal if you want to have a generous Indian meal minus the worry about your wallet. This restaurant is designed to transport you to rural Punjab. The moment starts from the doorway itself as you see the effigy of a Punjabi man guarding the door. Inside, the décor is colourful, casual and eye-catching. The huge life-like tree standing proudly in middle of the restaurant adds to the charm. As Pind Balluchi is a pocket-friendly place, it fills up quickly. Better book a table ahead of your visit.