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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.
Have been here many times. Very nice place. Great ambiance and nice food. Yes this is a little pricy and not your everyday restaurant, (if you go to restaurants everyday) but a nice after movie meal is good here once in while.Service is also not slow but at the same time can be improved. Totally recommend
The food is not that good at this place. Going by the name I was expecting some good punjabi dishes but its the other way round. The food is below average. Drinks and mock tails aee decent at the place. But they should improve their main course dishes....Desserts are decent enough...Overall not a great experience!
Nothing punjabi about this restaurant..tastes average but highly overpriced and d breads are too thick to chew up. Their saffron naan is highly disappointing as it tastes as if some edible Color is being added to the dough. Hospitality is good but the portion size is too small. Have good options to choose from the dessert section but again highly overpriced.
punjab grill i suppose to be good north indian restaurant but food was hopeless. dal makhani was hopeless without salt and taste,butter nan was too thick to eat.only the service was good and ambience was decent. i will not prefer to go again. The food was not much impressive for the prices they charge.
Punjab grill as the name suggest is not just a regular punjabi food joint but is a experience to remember... We started with veg kurkuri and trust me the first bite of it would give u an experience to remember .. The veg kebab platter could have been little better since the brocolli was little undercooked but the main dish which everyone should try is the guchi pulav, though its on a lil expensive side but you will eat every grain of it for sure .. The paan shots in the end were topping on the cake .. Sitting experience could improve a bit with cusions and there could be better music.. Overall a good place to eat..
Delhi is a quintessential Punjabi town which revels in everything associated with the culture, be it gorgeous rich food or striking bright appearance. The city lives and breathes the Punjabiness of its locals, a fact resounded continuously by its gastronomy especially. Many fine dining names have invested in the beauty of this rustic cuisine and have come up with some fantastic chains to celebrate it. One major heavyweight in the gastronomy world is ‘Punjab Grill’, a popular chain of restaurants which have excelled in North-Indian cuisine. Although Punjabi food is unpretentious and has a rustic origin, Punjab Grill has given it a facelift by presenting the fare in a fancy package. Today the restaurant is known to be one of the top places to go to for authentic Punjabi food. Expect to find good food, swanky ambience and prompt service, all under one roof.
The posh little outlets of Punjab Grill are dotted all over the city, even West Delhi gained one. If you happen to be on the west side of the city and have a craving for wholesome Punjabi fare, then without a further thought drive down to Pacific Mall in Subhash Nagar, to give Punjab Grill a shot. All the outlets of Punjab Grill has one thing in common, besides good food, is their fancy décor. Subhash Nagar outlet too has the same attractive quality as its other franchisees. A well-lit spacious room is done in warm wooden tones, from panelled walls to carved screens to wooden flooring, everything is influenced by wooden finish. As a much needed contrast, teal coloured chairs brings in the pop of colour. Interiors of this outlet is more modest in comparison to the ones in Gurgaon and Saket.
As we mentioned before, Punjab Grill excels in North-Indian fare. It may be a little on the pricier side but it does happen to be equally delicious and totally worth it. To whet your appetite choose some scrumptious starters like, harra bharra kebab, chicken kurkuri, lahori seekh, raan-e-sikandari, paneer tikka multani, dahi ke kebab, bharwan aloo pothohari, salmon tikka, mutton galouti and tandoori duck. Dunk a piece of buttery naan in curries like, malai chena pedas, meat Punjab Grill, martaban de charra aloo, kadhai jheenga, patialashahi kadhai paneer and murgh lababdar. Indulge in a kheer, litchi ki tehri, gulab jamun and rasmalai as the grand finale.