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When this restaurant opened it intended to recreate the splendour of the Sikh court. Singh Sahib is named after Maharaja Ranjit Singh and the first menu harked back to the royal cuisine of his era. These days, however, it caters mainly to a later generation of Punjabis and they’ve opted for straightforward North Indian food. But because so many of Eros hotel’s guests are Punjabis who know their own cuisine, its popularity is a testament to the authenticity of the food.
We arr quite loving this restaurantbsince a long time.yogesh is good server and very polite nature and attutude.some of the dishes i liked very much like raan and lamb chop but this time dhaba food festival is amazing and the food is so delicious. Also i cannot forget chef javed who made the food really delicious .
Good Indian Food and more then that nice place to unwind with singer singing old hindi songs and ghazals.
Very nice experience. Very nice atmosphere with very good food and live music. On top of that, the service was excellent: my waiter was Dhru, he was very efficient and nice and gave me good recommendations. Thanks again.
i would say a great restaurant with unique concept based on undivided punjab cuisine.You will have a feel of before partition of india while looking at the menu. Music is so great and smooth and you will very relxed. food is just awesome and service is also fantastic.
It was a lovely dinning at this restaurant. Food is just awesome and service is superb.everyone must try atleast once .music is very famous and staff is so curteous.
There is no sight more tempting to an Indian foodie then succulent morsels of meat simmering in a spicy gravy. All you want to do is reach out for a crispy flatbread and sink into the luscious goodness. You can do that at â€˜Singh Sahibâ€™ where the chefs have a range of tempting curries for your pleasure. Located nicely at Eros Hotel, Nehru Place, New Delhi, you will find delicious North Indian food prepared by the chefs. Management has tried to capture the royal grandeur of Sikh court. Inspired heavily from era of Maharaja Ranjit Singh the owners have left no stones unturned to impress the patrons. The dÃ©cor is stunningly beautiful adapted straight from the pages of Punjabi royal family album. Wide open room washed in pale colour and gilded ceiling dotted with huge crystal chandeliers makes a lovely sight. You will be awestruck in all this fabulous ambience.
Menu of Singh Sahib is North Indian prepared to bring authenticity to the guestâ€™s table. In earlier days the restaurantâ€™s menu was adapted from the royal cuisine of the era. But keeping the modern tastes in mind more up to date menu is set. You will be surprised at the length of the menu, it is exhaustingly long. Woo your palette with mausam da ras, ananas da panna, paya ras, dal shorba, mattha, murgh badam shorba and shikanjvi. For your first course start off with, amritsari macchi, khumb khazana, mardan chaapli kebab, tandoori ananas anardana, jalandhari seekh, paneer subz tikka, chaampein, tandoori hare phool, raan peshawari, potohari challi kebab, kasuri murgh tikka and chargah. The mains are a wonderful selection of dahiwala jheenga, sarron da saag, patiyala shahi chicken curry, kulcha kalahrhi, nalli gosht, dhingri kofta, dhaba meat, paneer bhurji, makhani murgh, bharwan gucchi, murgh teen mirch and Punjabi kadhi pakori.
To pair up your delicious curries murgh pulao, khasta/missi/plain/Makai/roomali roti, keema kulcha, subziyan da pulao, peshawari naan, laccha paratha, amritsari kulcha and makhani naan are available. Final and sweet course is royal and delicious. Go for bharwan gulab jamun, kulfi falooda, khumani di rabri, ananas di jalebi and pista kesar phirni. Each dish is prepared authentically by the talented chefs. Beverages like alcoholic tea/coffee, scotch, champagne and wines are on the bar menu so choose away to pair your meal. Singh Sahib is expensive and pricey but thatâ€™s fair for a royal trip to Punjab.