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It started out as a brash new kid on the block, but it has settled down into uneventful middle age. Standards tend to vary according to which branch you are at, but the dishes that you can usually depend on are the kebabs – large portions, succulent and optimally spiced – and the kulchas. The latter are distinguished by their generous amounts of aloo/gobhi/onion filling. It is a good place for a slightly formal North Indian meal, several notches up from a Pandara Road joint.
â€˜Punjabi by natureâ€™ is one of the oldest brand in city to serve delicious north indian food. Even better you find at pandara road and thatâ€™s saying something. Firmly located at Atta market at Noida. Punjabi by nature is one of the best north indian restaurant in the city. Beautifully designed and elegantly furnished the restaurant is perfect place to take your family for dinner. I can guarantee that they would love the ambience. You will find tree motif at several places in the restaurant. Wall art even a live tree highlighted by various lights turns the restaurant warm and approachable. White circular sofas with crystal chandeliers overhead multiplies the sophistication. The food is well prepared by skilled hands of the fantastic chef that presents the plates in top hat fashion. The adorable way they serve kebabs in shot glass with chutney at the bottom makes eating more fun.
The food at Punjabi by nature is both delightful and affordable. The menu maybe short but it is packed with mass appealing recipes that have won hearts over centuries. The soft spicy galouti kebabs are out of the world. There are more appetizers on the menu like stuffed tandoori mushroom, amritsari fish tikka, reshmi seekh kebab, tandoori aloo, raan-e-punjab, dahi ke kebab, kastoori kebab, tandoori prawns and kakori kebab. For mains take advantage of dal makhni and butter chicken which is a punjabiâ€™s day to day favourite. Kofta dilkhush, lahori masala paneer, Japanese farm quails, pindi chole, kandhari murg, Punjabi meat masala, amritsari bharwan aloo are on the menu too. The curries are most enjoyed with indian breads like laccha paratha, tandoori roti, butter naan, rumali roti and missi roti etc. if you want to try something special then regional specialities are your answer. Nihari gosht, rara gosht, sarson ka saag, yakhani dum biryani all are superb.
To enjoy sweeter side of life go for ras malai, gulab jamun, phirni or gajar ka halwa. The desserts are traditionally indian made out of milk and dry fruits. The staff at Punjabi by nature is well trained and eager to please. The restaurant hold happy hours from 4 pm-8 pm so try to visit within that time frame to take advantage of their hospitality. Pocket friendly and classy Punjabi by nature at Noida is a great choice for indian food.