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Curry junkies always rejoice when another Indian restaurant opens in town. The lure of spicy curries and kebabs pulls every foodie to their nearest curry house regularly so if you are a fan of old-fashioned soulful curry affairs than you can’t afford to miss the iconic ‘Pind Balluchi’. Over the years, the Pind Balluchi brand has become synonymous to rich decadent curries of Northern India. It is one place you can assuredly get a smashing Punjabi feast with all the classic usual suspects. The brand has several outlets all over Delhi NCR but if you are somewhere in South Delhi then the one in Nehru Place is your best bet. You will find the outlet tucked at Goverdhan House, Behind Satyam Cinema, Nehru Place, New Delhi. It is usually a must stop after catching a movie show at Satyam.
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.
Let the chef spoil your sweet tooth with an array of traditional Indian desserts. Thandi kheer, gulab jamun, gajar ka halwa and tila kulfi is your best bet. Pind Balluchi is a very affordable place, which is why families and large groups prefer to dine here religiously. The décor of Pind Balluchi instantly transports you back to rural Punjab. A life size tree stands in the middle of the rustically designed restaurant, which resembles more like a Punjabi home than anything else. Old-fashioned utensils, bullock cart wheel, vintage furniture, murals, bangles artwork, dupatta canopies, adds that Punjabi flavour to this popular restaurant. Staff is dressed in traditional Punjabi attire, taking the experience to the next level. Pind Balluchi is always busy. Book ahead.