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On a good day, it can be very good, celebrating as it does the food of Punjab: rustic, hearty and appealing. The standouts on the menu include the 'Beetroot Kanji' (which has a longer season than black carrots), 'Salmon Tikka' and 'Rahra Meat'. Vegetarians are looked after too, albeit not with the same enthusiasm as their meat-eating counterparts: 'Rawalpindi Chana' is standard issue chana without the bells and whistles of, say, kadhai murgh.
After spending few hours in shopping at different shops in Ambience mall we were looking for a place to relax and have some food . We found Punjab grill located in the mall and found the place very welcoming and relaxing.At the restaurant we ordered both veg and non veg food along with beer.Food was delicious and service was prompt and courteous. Some of the items that we had included dal makhani,Paneer Tikka and mutton boti kabab(don’t recollect the mutton item name properly but it was very nice ). It’s a great place to have lunch/dinner .My only recommendation to them is to add tea/coffee too in their menu.
We visited Punjab grill restaurant at Ambience mall Gurugram. The ambience was nice and welcoming. The staff who attended us was very cheerful and courteous. We placed papri chaat for starters and then from a la carte we placed request for raara keema, lababdaar paneer and three different breads. The raara keema was very well cooked and tasted extremely good. The paneer lababdaar was mouth watering. Even the three breads were nicely baked. They played nice soothing music. We were happy with the quantity served and requested the staff to call for the chef to personally thank him for the tasty food. The chef came and we thanked him and to our surprise in a couple of minutes the staff came with three bowls of kheer and said this was complimentary from the chef. We were touched by this gesture. Overall a very nice place to have tasty food with friends , family and even business lunch. Highly recommended.
Went for Family Dinner on 26 Aug. Food .... Quality Very Good Service...... Very Slow to Poor. Food Rates..... Goes over the Roof. Lachha Piranha used to be a bit size , now its smaller in Size Bigger in Price Rs160 More than any 5 Star Hotel Non veg platter. Hooping 1500 for 4 pcs of Chicken, Mutton and Fish. Thats beating any Hotel in Gurgaon, Rara Gost....Was fairly dry like last time. Ambience ..... OK Music......... Not Punjabi. Staff....... Well behaved and sober mannered Over all Look for another place , you will have many OPTIONS with lower rates special in Cyber Hub with better food.
We went for lunch.. Took Ala carte rather than buffet .. The food was prepared very nicely and we loved the Punjabi flavours and the service was great.. Ambience was lovely and soothing music was being played in the backround.. Had a wonderful time !!
Had a long craving for authentic Muglai and Punjab Cuisine and finally at peace after a meal at this place. Located on the third level of Ambiance the place has been artistically done like a high end Micheline starred restaurant.The seating is comfortable and the place serves both buffet and ala carte options. I opted for the ala carte option and the food was simply an artistic deconstruction of other wise regular food done to perfection. In starters opted for the tawa seared scallops, the scallops were seared perfectly and tasted good with the spinach roll.Followed by the tawa prawns which were juicy and the hint of lime just enhanced the flavour of the juicy jumbo prawns.The palak pattey Kein chat their signature dish again is well made.The Rann was juicy and one of the best Rann I had over a long time. Roasted Prawns and Sikandari Chomps were huge in size and again a perfect marinard with good tandoori roasting skills made them have a perfect balance of juiciness and smoky flavour. Coming to the Main Course the butter c chicken was yummy, nimbu prawns a good change and the best was the makhani quail which was my favourite, a full roasted quail in a thick tomato gravy was perfect with a garlic nan. The deserts again were yummy a must try is their aam Ras Kein churi, Anjeer Kein phirni ,litchi rabri and the Faluda kulfi. Please do try the apple cinnamon drink and pan patta drink a must try.For those craving for a good Punjabi meal the food here by chef Amit Verma and Naved will not leave you disappointed. Full marks to the serve staff specially Anil and Manager Saurav.
Chef Jiggs kalra has done it again. He has bestowed on us one more gem from his collection. This guy can take north indian cuisine and transform it into something sensational. Punjab grill at ambience mall, Gurgaon is haven of dals and chicken. If you take your chicken seriously then come and visit this restaurant. It is a fantastic place to host a special dinner for your family for there is ample of room and elegance. Interiors are as expected of Jiggs kalra, classy and regal. The live kitchen really connects you to your meal. The staff is intent to make the visit memorable for you by giving you personal attention. They are well aware of the menu so donâ€™t hesitate to ask any questions. The food is for granted delicious.
The first page of the menu starts with murgh badami shorba and khumb pudina shorba. Vegetarians open the meal with tandoori guchchi which I have on strict authority worth eating. Paneer tikka multani, hara bhara kebeb, bharwaan khumb peshawari and veg kurkuri are your other choices. In non-veg starters murgh malai tikka, raan-e-sikandari, tawa jheenga and salmon tikka (amazing) are juicy and well marinated. For the next level of your meal order bharwaan kesari guchchi, amritsari malai kofta, Rawalpindi channa and paneer makhni. For chicken lovers club straight away head towards non-veg mains and order murgh lababdar. Its one of the best dishes on the menu. If you want more variety then go for raarhya meat, kadhai jheenga, Patiala shahi macchi. Guchchi pulao is a highly approved recommendation. In breads go for zaafrani paronthi naan and bharme amritsari kulche.
No meal is complete without sweets and especially for us Indians. Dare to choose different dessert from the menu and take advantage of Jiggs kalraâ€™s reputation. Litchi ki tehri sounds fab and if you have more than average sweet tooth choose assorted dessert platter. There is no eating chicken without a patiyala peg. Punjab grill houses a pretty smooth collection of drinks of every kind. From scotch to virgin mary they have everything. Their own concoction screwdriver tak-a-tak is a cocktail with a spin. Chaat masala! The place is slightly expensive but all the quality places are. If your ambition is to find a solid chicken curry then head to Punjab grill and be amazed.