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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 went to Punjab grill at kala ghoda for lunch. In the starters the malaise chicken tikka was tough and not easy to chew. The tandoori broccoli malai came with the stalk of broccoli and this too was not cooked to perfection despite bringing it to their notice. The staff seemed like trainees as when they cleared some of our snack plates, they kept the used cutlery on the table mats. The dal makhani lacked the content of cream and wasn't rich. The missi roti was terribly dry whilst the tandoori roti and lacha paratha were edible. The blueberry raita came as a saving grace to summarise our meal here which has all 4 of us battling with loose motions and vomiting simultaneously. It has been an unpleasant dining experience. At an earlier occasion the food had been good but this time it was pathetic and the service was very poor.
Went with family for lunch. We were made sit upstairs. The AC wasn’t effective as they had only 1 AC in the section.We ordered tandoori (boneless) murg, Paneer Lababdar and nans.The murg tasted like it was boiled first, marinated and then put in clay oven. The chicken tasted well from out side but the chicken was bland from inside.Paneer was good & very soft but th gravy had Basen in it. It spoiled the taste as it was not cooked well.Over all the experience was not good at all despite them charging premium.
Punjab Grill is a fine dining restaurant and tries its best to add some frills to good ol' Punjabi khana. It doesn't always succeed however. We ordered a staple, Mah ki dal and their Chicken Lababdar. The former was very good but the latter rather bland. Our waiter offered to spice it up for us but it came back with just some extra garlic I think. The naans and rotis were excellent though and so was my drink, Mango Love. The best part of our meal was free - the pan-flavoured digestive they offer at the end of the meal. While the meal was largely good and the service very friendly, I'm not sure if Punjab Grill lives up to its prices.
This restaurant has recently started near Kalaghoda in the same building when Irish House is operating (earlier used to be few buildings away). We had heard that the menu had been upgraded and landed up here to our disappointment.We started with the tamatar dhaniya shorba-which is your standard tomato soup. The taste was good, but the quantity was disappointing. We tried the multani paneer which was like any other paneer dish, nothing extra ordinary. We tried the dahi ke kabab, which were decent but nothing great.Disappointed, we stuck to the time and tested palak paneer and bhindi for the main course. Disappointed with the time taken for serving the order and the quality we skipped the deserts.Service was poor. The costing is too high for the quantity and quality of the food. Disappointed totally.
It was a first visit to Punjab Grill for a lunch. We were a party of six and had decided on this place since it is walking distance from office.
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