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An entry into this place and the luxurious vibe is hard to miss. The elegant chandelier, comfortable leather sofas, high ceiling and walls displaying pictures of royalty, add to the charm. The seating area is spread across the ground and mezzanine floor, offering enough privacy. The food menu is unmistakably North Indian and Mughlai, but Executive Chef Amitesh Virdi has infused some freshness with new offerings at this outlet. The vegetarian section has been extended keeping in mind the South Mumbai diners. Some seafood delicacies – 'Tawa Scallops', 'Tandoori Lobster', have also been included to wow the palate of crustacean lovers. The food is a fine balance between typical hearty Punjabi fare and some lighter dishes, home-style and flavourful, but not overpowered with oil and spices. The 'Dahi Ke Kabab', 'Machi Ke Pakode' and 'Bhatti Da Murgh' are palate pleasers all the way. A lot of emphases has been laid on the presentation but not at the cost of taste and quality. Vegetarians have abundant options as well. The 'Tandoori Shakarkandi' is exceptional. For mains, the 'Nalli Nihari' and 'Crab Meat Masala' are not-to-be-missed. Round off your meal with the 'Kalakand', 'Kesari Rabdi'. Service is attentive and prompt.
We found this place by chance and were so glad we had. The waiting staff were lovely, very attentive and remembered us when we came back a second time, which was nice. The food was absolutely delicious. We took advantage on the special offer on unlimited starters and enjoyed everything we tasted. We also enjoyed happy hour, with delicious cocktails being 2-4-1!
a super ambience and friendly service, enjoyed the chole kulcha authentic, the a la carte menu is elaborate with indian cuisine
Visited the Punjab Grill at Kalaghoda. Nice location and authentic food. Staff was very proactive in helping with the choice of dishes. Parents and Kids both enjoyed the Fish and tandoor items. Very soft and tender chicken enjoyed the preparation. Fish was also very well prepared the taste was amazing and mouth watering.
We did two visit in quick succession last week. We were three on the first day and ordered the mutton sheekh kebabs and their grilled rack of lamb followed by Palma paint and yellow dal to be mopped up by tandoiri lacha paratha and potato kulchas. Each item was ambrosia. The sheeks were extra succulent and tasty though we did not much care for the paste covering it. The rib rack was amazing and had 15 ribs. We were very full with this as the spices tho delicious were heavy to digest. We tasted the palak and the dal. The palak had hints of garlic and the dal a mix of two yellow dal. Absolutely yum and just had to take home to savour the next day. The alu kulcha was very well made and with plenty of stuffing. Our server was a youngster named mamiji. Excellent service. Going out of his way and helpful. Our 2nd visit they forgot to write our booking and we had to wait. However the manager gave us special treatment thereafter. The tandoori prawns were huge yet tasty. The biryani was ok. The rack continued to impress. Would definately take guests there again.
Punjab Grill is located behind the iconic Kala Ghoda statue and it is very easy to locate. It looks gigantic from outside however it is comparatively small when you enter. The ambiance is royal and elegant with a huge chandelier hanging. They have a decent size bar in the front. They have upper plus ground floor seatings available. The seatings are comfortable and good options are there for all size of groups. They specialise in North Indian & Mughlai cuisine. The menu is vast with amazing options for both vegeterains & non vegetarians. The best part is the menu is self explanatory as it has description of all the dishes. Prices are high and are at par with similar kind of fine dine places. I went here for a weekend lunch and the service was quick. Special thanks to Dinesh who took care of our table and he knows the menu and the brand really well. What We Had - APPETIZERS~ Murgh Tikka Punjab Grill - Tender juicy huge chicken pieces perfectly marinated tasted divine. This dish is lightly roasted in the tandoor and hence the texture is amazing and it won't taste like the normal chicken tikka but the spicy after taste due to red chilli marination is amazing. Tandoori Jheenga - Super fresh jumbo prawns marinated with lemon juice, curd & yellow chilli. The moment it arrived on the table it looked stunning as the size of the prawns was huge. The texture again was perfect and the marination was delicious. I enjoyed every bite of it as the taste was perfect. Tandoori Guchhi - Morels (one of the costliest type of mushroom - Bought at 27K = 1KG) stuffed with cheese, saffron, cashew & cardamom and cooked on clay oven. This is the dish that you will love eating as the flavours of cheese and aroma of cardamom goes really well with the morels and the light cooking on the clay oven hold the amazing texture. A must try here if you want to eat something unique yet tasty. MAINS~ Patialashahi Kadhai Paneer - A thick paneer gravy made with tomatoes, onions and bell peppers. This was flavourful and the paneer was fresh. It was medium spicy but the black pepper in the gravy enhanced the taste of it. Dal Punjab Grill - Perfection at its best. Creamy daal with rajma, cream and butter tasted competition outstanding and delicious. It was light on spices but full of flavours. Tarkari Kesari Biryani - Aromatic basmati rice cooked along with vegetables tasted good and it was more of a veg pulav than a biryani. It didn't had too much of masala but it was delicious. NAAN/ROTI~ Missi Roti - Too much of spices in the dough so can be avoided. Naan - Cheese, Onion, Green Chilli - This was heavenly. Naan with gooey cheese along with onions & green chilli. This goes really well with the gravy and the dal. DESSERTS~ Jalebi Rabdi Te Garam Duddh - This dessert does not need an explanation. Tasted perfect. Chawal Di Kheer - Thick and not too sweet again tasted really good. Paan Shot - A complimentary drink which is made of pan. It is given to clean your palette and it helps in digestion too. MOCKTAILS~ Rola Cola. (Mint, black salt, cola) Pineapple & Coconut. (Pineapple, mint, coconut syrup) Mango Love. (Mango pulp, berries) Meetha Patta. (Paan, gulkand, mint) All the mocktails were equally good and were made to perfection. And honestly I felt every mocktail here is unique as they have added their own twist in each one of them. So the meal at Punjab Grill was royal & tasty to the last bite. Therefore a visit here is highly recommended for an amazing fine dine experience.