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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.
Adequate conversation over phone led to first time in person meet up. The location chosen was Punjab Grill at Kala Ghoda.As an avid and ardent fan right from its inception and getting taste both at Saket and Ambience Mall Gurgaon, it was a perfect choice.The best signature Punjabi restaurant in town. Prices are competitive and affordable.Food was awesome, we ordered for Dal Makhni, Paneer Kofta and a Signature Chicken dish ordered by the potential alliance along with Garlic Naan and Lachchaa Parantha. Sangrey juice was awesome. Final icing the desserts, Kesar Jalebi with Rabri.Prior reservation is highly recommended, table for 2 with mix of veg and non vegetarian followed by mocktail drinks is INR 4000 + GST.
Punjab Grill-the name says it all,you are not a foodie if you haven't visited punjab grill.They have a vast variety of sea food,oodles of option for meat lovers and even vegetarian ppl.We opted for betel leaf daiquiri which had bacardi white,betel nut and gulkand,must say the infused gulkand was magical.Red wine sangria is always the first love and as usual the best.Khumb pudina shorba was terrific infused with mint and mushroom + a mini kulcha.I would highly recommend you the paya soup here.Dahi de kebab and bhuteyan de kebab which had mixture of sweetcorn,chili and lime were fantastic ,i highly recommend both of these.For mains we headed for Baingan ka bhartha,dal tadka and bajre+jowar di roti. We were floored by the authentic taste of punjab and the spices used,dal tadka with steamed rice was just wow.Shahi tukda with rabri was a spl treat as desserts + rasmalai which was perfectly made with less sweetness,we loved both of them.And here comes the show stealer chawal di kheer, it was so fresh and classy anyone would just fall in love with. Mumbaifoodporn highly recommends this place
My Recommendations- •Punjabi Krant•Champ Tajdar•Tandoori Jhinga•Nalli Nihari•Shahi TukdaLocation- Kalaghoda of Mumbai is one of the most talk of the town place I feel, this restaurant is located on exact corner of it so certainly located in the best areas of Mumbai. (5/5)Concept- Punjabi food done in super classical way is what they have thought of and done it in the style. Authentic food/culture of Punjab presented in fine dine way at its best. (5/5)Interiors- as I said its located on perfect corner, their interiors is perfect too. Restaurant is huge with ground plus one sitting. You can see huge chandelier as soon as you enter inside. Bar set up is on ground floor, bar would have been more highlighted I felt. Sitting arrangement is made really comfortable with good number of couches and even tables are bigger. Lighting is bright and yellow, giving really classic feel to the restaurant. Music which was playing at the back was okayish. Feel of the restaurant throught my dining time was wonderful for sure.(4.5/5)Service- Manager of the restaurant was really kind and ever helping. His suggestions were spot on. Each server was well known about the menu they are serving. Service was quick and can say perfect. (5/5)Food and Beverage- Considering this restaurant as food place, bar menu was impressive and really lengthy. They had all classic alcohol options along with classic cocktail and signature cocktails of their own. Bar setup was looking dull though (I felt so). Few of the twisted cocktails are really a must try. Food menu had edge when it comes to quality, taste/flavours of each dish. Starting from soups, starters, main courses and desserts each dish has its own identity and class of Punjab grill. Few of the authentic dishes were made authentically but twisted according to the modern era. I would like to mention the doneness of the meat which was really spot on, full marks to the chef here. (4.5/5)Beverages-•MATKA JACK (Cocktail)- a classical well known mix made with JD whisky and Coke. It came in a copper glass , supposed to be in kullad but the kullad was not available that day. Drink was okayish, too diluted might be barman fumbled it completely as the kullad was unavailable to him.(Might be in this case they should not serve it) (2/5)•PUNJAB KRANTT( Cocktail)- Served in a bulb, a drink which was mix of jalapenos, orange chunks, vodka, orange juice and hint of chaat masala. Nice and chatpata drink with a good citrus taste of orange. Enjoyed it completely.(5/5)•GOOSEBERRY MARTINI (Cocktail) – A vodka based drink made with infusion of gooseberry, jiggery and served in a martini glass. It was nice and smooth, a must order if you want to try something different.(5/5)•JALANDHAR EXPRESS (Cocktail)- Classical long island ice tea which had 5 white spirits and then finished with beer instead of coke. Served in a hookka setup, drink was over powering with beer.(4/5)Food-•PAPAD PLATTER (Appetizer) - A combo of few local varieties of papad from Punjab served with sour dip and chunky salsa kind of relish. Can say a nice and desi start to your meal.(5/5)•MUTTON PAAYA SHORBA (Soup)- Mutton broth served with good amount of chopped ginger, garlic, black pepper and hint of saffron. Taste had very good punch of black pepper, consistency was spot on. It was served with small piece of coriander kulcha.(4.5/5)•CHAAMP TAJDAR (Grill) - Lamb chops marinated in kasturi methi, clove, and black cardamom then braised and cooked in tandoor to the perfection. Lamb was cooked well enough and wasn’t chewy, marination was strong as had strong garam masala’s in it. Was super happy with the doneness of the meat. A must order dish of Punjab grill I feel.(5/5)•MUTTON BOTI DHANIYA KULCHA (Starter) - Boneless chunks of mutton cooked in tandoor which was served on base of dhaniya kulcha and served along with little spiked bone marrow gravy. Mutton cooked to the perfection I must say.(5/5)•TANDOORI JHINGA (Starter) - Huge size jumbo prawns marinated in tandoori marination which was made with yellow chilli so had yellowish colour to the prawns and served with sliced onions and green chutney. I was amazed to see the size of prawns they served. Taste was really wonderful, a must try dish for sure.(5/5)•AMRITSARI MACCHI DE PAKODE (Starter) - boneless pomfret fillet marinated in good amount of ajwain, coriander, chaat masala and besan and then fried. A perfect koliwada type of dish. Add a dash of lemon juice to it and its wow for sure.(4.5/5)•NALLI NIHARI (Main course)- such a traditional dish done in modern way. Lamb shank cooked slowly and served along with gravy made with curd, roasted onions, and cardamom. Portion quantity was huge and meat was cooked to the perfection. Full marks to the chef who has cooked it. Gravy had very good consistency. Strongly recommended.(5/5)•ZAFFRANI PARONTI NAAN (Roti)- Saffron flavoured naan which had good amount of crushed cashew on the top. It was heavy but little dry too.(4/5)•RASMALAI (Desserts)- Rasmalai doesn’t need to be described I feel, especially in a fine dine Indian restaurant. It was just perfect, less sweet and spongy enough.(5/5)•KALAKAND (Desserts) - Kalakand served in a cute little plate along with radbi. It can be enjoyed perfectly with rabdi.(4.5/5)•SHAHI TUKDA (Desserts)- Dessert of the day I must say. Bread cut in round deep fried and then dipped in sugar syrup which was drizzled with little thin radbi and finally garnished with dry fruits and edible silver. As classical as it can be. Wow.(5/5)To sum up- Best thing about the menu I saw is they have kept non veg dishes first and then veg dishes, so it clearly says that a must visit place for non-vegetarians. Service standards were top notch. Few of their dishes which I have mentioned are must try dishes. I would be one of their regular guests now onwards for sure. I will strongly recommend this place if you are craving for fine dine north Indian food.
Punjab Grill is already well known in the culinary world ! We love their kebabs, biryani and out of the box desserts. This restaurant is ideal for special occassions, celebrations as well as formal gatherings / business lunches or dinners. Service is highly professional and you get the value for your money.
Punjab Grill , part of the iconic Kalra chain of restaurants, needs really no introduction.The latest outlet of this brand opened up at Fort.With the classy interiors with the lion logo, this place was quite inviting.RecomendationKesar Pisteywali LassiKhumb Pudina ShorbaTandoori Broccoli Malai Mar keTandoori GucchiWe started with the Khumb ( Mushroom) Pudina (Mint) Shorba. Served with a kulcha, it was quite light and delicious.In starters the Tandoori Broccoli, Tandoori Gucchi, Multani Paneer Tikka and Tandoori Shakarkandi were mouth watering. Must order. The Tawa Asparagus was the only dish that didn't go too well with us.
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