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This casual dining restaurant is another old-school Pandara Road option. The restaurant has a subtle ambience and serves delectable Mughlai, North Indian and Chinese cuisines. Kick start your meal with ‘Seekh Kebab’ and ‘Tandoori Chicken’ for appetizers. You must try the ‘Chicken Rada’ and ‘Saag Chicken’ for the main course. The vegetarians can opt for ‘Paneer Korma’. ‘Mutton Shahi Korma’, ‘Kadai Paneer’ and ‘Dal Makhani’ are best when paired either with ‘Keema Naan’ or ‘Garlic Roti’.
What do you miss most when travelling outside of Delhi? For many it’s the nightlife or fashion but for us it’s butter chicken. This dish sums up the culinary history of Delhi and every hardcore Delhiite treats a bowl of creamy butter chicken as a welcome back home sign. You may have been travelling outside Delhi for a month or even a few weeks but the moment you enter the city, only thing you crave is curry. One of the iconic restaurant hubs in New Delhi is Pandara Road. Every foodie aware of Delhi knows this locality as the holy grail of curries. Part of this popular sector is ‘Pindi’, a legendary eatery renowned for it’s curries located at 16, Pandara Road Market, New Delhi. It’s a great haunt for families and curry-hungry gourmets.
When you go to Pandara Road, a visit to Pindi is a must. This is an iconic outlet to serve traditional Indian meal with all the hoopla. The chef will tickle your taste buds with a stunning array of classic, popular Indian dishes. Pindi is one of the many restaurants in Delhi to reflect the true culinary spirit of the city. Their North Indian, Mughlai menu dazzles one’s senses and mouth-watering kebabs certainly hits all the right notes. Contrary to what one might think, Pindi do not serve alcohol. Swap the usual Patiala peg for an invigorating Indian cooler. Whet your appetite with the usual chicken tikkas and mutton seekh kebabs but save the main show for their curries. Butter chicken is the right of passage. Follow it up with classics like, mutton shahi korma, karahi chicken, paneer lababdar and chicken curry.
Best way to tackle curries is through a basket of buttery flaky flatbreads. A paper-thin rumali roti, keema nan, mirchi paratha, khasta roti and makki ki roti will polish off the curries beautifully. There is a separate section dedicated to Chinese food as well, in case you want to tuck into noodles. Finish off this rich Indian meal with a plethora of desserts. To fully enjoy the gastronomic wonders of New Delhi, a trip to Pindi is a given. Prices are a tad hefty but not outrageous. Interiors of this spacious restaurant are fashionable designed with modern elegant aesthetics. While this is no tablecloth kind of place, Pindi’s décor is still chic and refined. This could be a good place to wine and dine someone. Book a table ahead.