Deal Type - alacarte
T & C
Deal Type - alacarte
T & C
Deal Type - qsr
T & C
The voucher can be used at the selected restaurant until 30th December, 2020
Prior table reservation at your selected restaurant via EazyDiner is necessary for use of the voucher.
More than two vouchers cannot be used against the payment of one bill at the restaurant.
The voucher is one time use only and in case the bill value is lower than the voucher denomination, the balance amount cannot be refunded or used later.
The voucher cannot be redeemed for cash.
EazyDiner is not responsible in case the voucher is lost, stolen or used without permission.
EazyDiner shall not be liable for the experience at the partner restaurant as we only assist in fulfilling the reservations with the special offers.
If a restaurant shuts down during the validity period, EazyDiner will stand guarantee and allow 100% refunds.
offers cannot be clubbed while availing this offer.
It won’t be wrong to say that North Indian cuisine is primarily ruled by Punjabi influence. All the typical North Indian dishes, Amritsari naan, butter chicken, dal makhani, shahi paneer, chicken tikka, are invention of Punjabi province. Several restaurants tap into the vibrancy of Punjabi culture to give you an enthralling fun dining experience, however, there is one name that constantly pops up everywhere you go in Delhi NCR for North Indian extravaganza. Over the years, ‘Pind Balluchi’ has become synonymous to good North Indian food in the city. So much so, the brand has numerous outlets spread all across Delhi NCR. Try out the one perched on the 1st Floor, Community Center, PVR Anupam Complex, Saket, New Delhi. The buzzing movement of South Delhi gives this outlet plenty of never ending footfall.
As expected, the menu of Pind Balluchi is a North Indian galore. From luscious kebabs to creamy buttery curries, the food at Pind Balluchi is rich and delicious. Like a true Punjabi, you are expected to enjoy your meal with a boozy drink. The restaurant’s bar selection is impressive and features all kinds of alcohols you can think of. We suggest swap the booze for an invigorating Indian cooler. With it, tuck into a plethora of appetizers such as, malai soya chaap, gillafi chicken seekh, mushroom kurkure, mutton boti kebab, dahi ke kabab, fish amritsari and paneer tikka. Armed with a flaky laccha paratha polish off curries like, tariwala soya chaap, meat saagwala, paneer butter masala, murg lababdar, khumb piyaz bhujia, gosht rogan josh, malai kofta, bhuna meat, dum aloo, fish curry, mixed vegetable and chicken tikka masala.
Follow the spicy with something sweet. A gulab jamun, thandi kheer, tilla kulfi, gajar ka halwa and matka kulfi are all wonderful choices. Prices are more reasonable than you think. Pind Balluchi is one of the most budget-friendly curry house in Delhi NCR. The restaurant works with a rural Punjabi theme to design it’s interiors. It resembles more like a courtyard of a Punjabi home. A life size Banyan tree stands proudly in the middle of the restaurant. Rest of the room is created with red brick walls edged with hand-painted blue borders. Brass tumblers, traditional wooden furniture and odd Punjabi curios are used to add the rural Punjabi flavor. Pind Balluchi is a family central restaurant. It fills up quickly so book ahead.