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Despite Jiggs Kalra not being a part of the chain anymore (he's sold out) the new chef and management have still maintained his quality and standard of food. This fine-dine restaurant has four outlets across the city. The outlet at Palladium has subtle tasteful decor with long hanging chandeliers. The outlet at Juhu is the largest one. As the name suggests, this is pure Punjabi fare with hot favourites like the bhatta da murgha, tandoori guchchi and the chaap tajdaar. There are some interesting items like a tandoori duck, salmon tikka and even tandoori scallops.
The food offered is yummy Punjabi taste with very good dal and roti. The variety vegetables including palak panner are simply superb
Punjab grill has great food and very good service. But it lacks in atmosphere both inside and outside the restaurant. Inside it is very dull with average quality materials used in furniture, lighting and soft furnishing. Outside, the approach to restaurant is thru a dirty slum-looking area. Reception desk at the restaurant seemed hardly inviting.
It was a below expected experience. The service wasn't standardized as two of the team members were very good but most of the staff were either confused and were moving like headless chicken. Food taste was average and nothing special in it rather less than ordinary. In desert we ordered rasmalai and that was sour and we were forced to leave it though we really like rasmalai or kulfi which also had freshness issue. We have visited this place multiple time in the past but service and product offerings are on a downward trend.
Firstly the name is incorrect!! Should read as PUNJAB GRILL. Its situated off the main Link Road so not easily visible. Awesome food & staff. Very helpful. They even have Bollywood night on weekend with their own singer. Song requests can be issued & he is Good!!! Food is very tasty & we enjoyed the various chicken & mutton dishes, kababs etc. Drinks are available. Parking maybe as issue in the day.
the restaurant is a bit difficult to locate if you miss the right turn.The food is excellent specially the raan. We had very good kababs in both veg and non-veg cusines. The overall quality and taste was good. The liquid pan was a good end to the meal and is signature of all punjab grill outlets. The decor and ambience was pleasent, although the place is a bit small and seats hardly 50-60 i guess. we were a party of about 15 and there were 5-6 other tables.
It is the genius of restauranteur Jiggs Kalra that each of his ventures have taken a life of their own. He is creating a legacy of his own by introducing to us an array of fantastic fine dining restaurants, each unique in its own right. The man dabbles into various global cuisines but he has a special fondness for North Indian cuisine, which he presents with a flair of his own. His posh venture ‘Punjab Grill’ has given Indian gastronomy scene a new face and has now numerous outlets throughout the country. The one in Andheri West, Mumbai is a major crowd-puller due to its prime location and a fabulous menu to match. Be it a small get together or important family dinners, Punjab Grill is prepared to impress. Expect a classy backdrop for your dinner party every time.
Their North Indian menu opens up with, murgh badami shorba and khumb pudina shorba. Vegetarians open the meal with tandoori guchchi which we 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 course 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.
Take the cooking talent of Jiggs Kalra seriously and let yourself be pampered by his selection of innovative desserts. Some of the lip-smacking sweets are, litchi ki tehri and if you are greedy like us then opt for the dessert platter which gives you a more diverse range of desserts. Punjab Grill is a bit expensive so watch out for that. Décor wise, the restaurant presents a fetching picture of soft pastel colours and a backdrop twinkling with crystals. The effect is charming and elegant. Formal tables are given so the diners can sit properly and eat in comfort. Choose Punjab Grill for a memorable and exquisite experience.