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Located in the buzzing Cyber Hub, Gurugram, it focuses on offering North Indian fare with a modern-day twist. The interiors are artsy and stylish yet comfortable, with a long bar counter adorning one of the sides makes the place look superb. Seating is indoors and also an al-fresco option is available for the times when there is a spring in the air. Don’t miss out on their ‘Tandoori Norwegian Salmon’, ‘Kurkuri Fillo’, ‘Haleem Khao Suey’, ‘Churry Kutti’ and ‘Mango Pudding’. ‘Sangria National Highway’ and ‘Kairi Tappa Panna Soda’ from the mocktails menu is highly recommended.
Recently had a business get together at Punjab Grill The place had a good ambience and decent seating. Also had drinks and the veg and non veg platters. Both were good but at a price. Can revisit
Very well done up and is very upmarket. Good for families and friends. Dishes are great and portions are good. Service is very prompt and the servers are very helpful.
We went for a team lunch to Punjab Grill Tappa and had to wait for 20 mins for a table, we ordered our starters and main course in the mean time, for starters we ordered Chicken Tikka trio and Cottage Cheese Asparagus, both were great, for the main course we ordered Butter Chicken, Palak Makkai Bhurji and Dal Punjab Grill, the dal was outstanding in all respects, the laccha paratha and garlic butter naan were also great, for dessert we ordered Rosi Kulfi which was great again.
I hate experimenting because more often than not, I end up eating things that I would not like to eat. Cyberhub being one of the wonders of Gurgram offers lot of expensive eateries – we found ourselves in one of them celebrating a small event with friends. Being cyberhub, setup was excellent and service was decent. But there the story ended. Ordered different types of food including something similar to Paneer Tikka and some soup. Main course was not great either. Most of them were passable without much mention. A forgettable evening after putting a dent on my pocket.
Went for lunch, family in tow, after gushing to them about the fantastic feedback people had given me. Wanted to hit the right notes by starting with their famous Smoked Mutton Chaap - but they didn't have it. Tandoori Norwegian Salmon was next on my list. I had tasted it before. But what we got was overdone, the flesh of the fish barely showing glimpses of pink (see pic). The Palak Chur Chur Naan - a spinach-stuffed Indian leavened bread - was good, thankfully. The Old Monk Soaked Roasted Lamb didn't particularly taste exulting. The Dahi de Kebab was barely crisp, though the stuffing tasted nice, subtly spiced. Finished off with Chilli Flying Wings - didn't have any bite, nor did the tamarind glaze hit the taste buds. Could have been just the chef's day out. But they cannot let down customers this way. They are not some cheap road side eatery.