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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'.
Really good food. Its always a bit crowded but the food more than makes up for it. The staff is helpful, too.
Went for a weekend lunch. The food is average; quality has declined over time. The service was reasonable...once we finished our meal we were promptly asked to leave. Since we were wrapping up and about to head out; this experience is in poor taste. I suggest that you explore the many other alternatives at this venue.
I just ate dinner at the punjab grill at palladam after a amazing movie nite wid my family ..but to my shock midst having dinner we saw a rat moving around just few tables away and on complaining the staff arrogantly claims we never saw the rat. When on the 1st moment the staff himself saw the rat and moved towards the table to see where it is goin next. But the manager refused to accept the same. NEVER go there.
The waiting staff members are very attentive to every detail. The food is tasty and amazing. The highlight is the ram (huge lamb shank) but you'll have to order several days in advance. It's worth it. The meat just falls off the bone. There's enough to feed 2 really hungry persons or three if you wish to try other things. Definitely try the paan shot. It's interesting but not as good as eating the real paan.
The Bera pav I purchsed was not fresh and I felt sick on the way nack to Birmingham and i had diarrhoa for the next two days. That was the only food that I ate different from my wife. Not to recommend.
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.