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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.
This was an absolutely ok place. The value of money is terrible. It is an extremely overpriced restaurant not giving exceptional service nor great food quality. Food quality is ok. The ambience is good. But there are much better places available for punjabi food. Would not recommend but nor would deny.
Being famous is never easy. Especially, if it is a restaurant ! Expectations of the customers are high and they need to exceeded for every dining experience. I must say that I went to this place with high expectations and they were met! We had decided to have just two grills and we did precisely that! Started with “Bhatti da Murg”. These are leg pieces marinated in spiced yoghurt and mugga and finished on a Bhatti. This dish was good, but not exceptional. The meat was juicy and well grilled with the right amount of spice. A good start to our meal. Next was Raunaqeen Sekhan. We opted for the lamb option. It is the famous Seekh Kebab marinated with coriander and blended with spring onions. I have tasted Seekh Kebabs at many places and most of them are a variant of the other. This one was different. Spiced differently, it was succulent and tasty. Truly exceptional! We wound up with a Kulfi. The decor is a bit heavy, but the service is courteous and efficient — a place worth visiting often. The only discomforting experience was a wee bit reluctance from the front staff to accept and agree to the deal I had with me. It could have been accepted with a smile!
Not a memorable experience. Delayed service and above average food would be the two highlights of our experience. I have always given significant weightage to the service quality in all my ratings and when one sells Papdi Chaat for 395 (plus Service Charges + GST), service is not the aspect a guest would be ready to compromise even if its a weekend. Lack of service in terms of delay in order taking, taking ages to deliver the order, multiple staff attending your table (as if on ad hoc basis) and forgetting at all to bring the menu card after request are adequate proof of lack of commitment. I am still giving 4 stars because of a staff named Somnath who could understand our agony and offered us starter even before the one we ordered came to the table.
lovely ambience and the service excellent, we were going for a comedy show and so were in a rush, but the staff saw us through, the food and starters good, there is a corner for 10-15 people
The entry into this beautiful place is not to miss as it has a huge chandelier welcoming you followed by the bar. Nice leather sofas and comfortable seating is all you want The seating is spread on the ground floor and on the mezzanine Level as a huge crowd gathers on the weekend and the weekdays are crowded too. The menu comprises of North Indian and mughlai food which is superb and nicely presented.Service is a bit slow at times and we needed to remind for order. We were first served tomato shorba and mushroom shorba but undoubtedly the tomato shorba was the best .Served with a small kulcha as a accompaniment. We were then served the super dahi ke kebab which I had the best till date .The filling was too good with richness of thick curd and paneer along with spices and a onion salad. There was a time gap of around half an hour between both the starters as the place got crowded. The other starter plate had tandoori broccoli malaimaar ke cooked at its best and tandoori shakarkandi sweet enough so sprinkled with red pepper and curd as a accompaniment. We also had refreshing mocktails 1)Cola Cola-Reminded me of having kala khata gola nicely blended with soda and garnished with pudina leaves . 2)Pineapple and coconut-This had a little more syrup which actually destroyed it's natural flavour.Wad little overpowering. In mains we were served paneer lababdaar (creamy and rich),Mix vegetable,dal makhani,plainrice along with bajraroti,wheatroti and plain roti.Simple and comforting. We actually had space for desserts as we heard the desserts are the best . Truly heard I actually had the best rice kheer over here .Also gulabjamun and rasmalai were good.Also they told that they made sure their desserts had lowsugar content keeping the taste intact. Last but not the least they did not forget to gave us paan shots as we left and it was the perfect to end the meal with this mouth freshener. Would like to visit again for their desserts . Keep following food_fantacies Till then happy fooding
Curry houses in Mumbai has a new contender in shape of the fancy ‘Punjab Grill’. Counted amongst the best North Indian restaurants in the country, Punjab Grill has formed a strong base of clientele as soon as it opened its doors. Today the brand has numerous outlets in all corners of the country with Mumbai alone boasting of more than one outlet. Grab your foodie friend and bring him/her to the wonderful curry house after which the entire city craves for. Where you might ask? Palladium Mall on Senapati Bapat Marg in Lower Parel, Mumbai, a busy sought after hub for families and office goers. Because Punjab Grill falls in the tad pricey bracket the clientele here is a bit more refined and selective. Affluent families and corporates are often seen enjoying a lavish curry dinner here.
The curry selection at Punjab Grill is designed to dazzle your senses with complex flavors and fine techniques. This popular North Indian restaurant also includes several Mughlai dishes on its menu too so if you adore your share of kebabs and biryanis, Punjab Grill will be idyllic in every way. No Punjabi North Indian fare is complete without the inclusion of a full-fledged bar menu heavy on malts. Try some of their desi coolers if you don’t feel like drinking. Nimboo acharoska will complement the curries beautifully. Start tackling the menu through the appetizers like, palak patta chaat, paneer ka soola, ajwaini fish tikka, murgh ki chaampein, dahi ke kebab, raan-e-sikandari, ghee roast mutton boti and lahori seekh. Woo your palate with curries such as, bharwaan kesari guchchi, makhni chooze, nalli gosht, Rawalpindi channa, Patiala shahi machchi and amritsari malai kofta.
Polish off the curries with the help of flatbreads and rice. The chef prepares some toothsome versions, zaafraani paronthi naan, guchchi pulao, lehsuni naan, tarkari kesari biryani, bharme amritsari kulche, dum ki biryani and kesar de dhaabe da tandoori parantha. Indulge your sweet tooth with, gulab jamun, phirni, kulfi flooda, rasmalai and litchi ki tehri. Punjab Grill may not be under the reign of Jiggs Kalra anymore, it still maintains the same high standard you have come to expect out of this accomplished name. The interiors of Punjab Grill are rather stunning. Couple of low hung crystal chandeliers in a tastefully decorated room exudes a sophisticated and posh effect. Dining style is kept formal so one can dine in comfort.