Savour Authentic Flavours Of Punjab At This Eatery In The City

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What Makes It Awesome?

Punjabi food plays a very important role in Indian cuisine, and it's one of the most captivating and hyped delicacies to all the Indian food lovers. Most of the restaurants serve Punjabi food, but there are hardly a very few places where you can find authentic Punjabi delicacies. Punjab Grill is one such place offering authentic Punjabi delicacies.

Ambience: Located in Orion Mall, Malleshwaram, this is a fine dining restaurant with spacious and luxurious seating arrangements. Decorated with pretty lights, wooden roof panels, and gold partition lining; it's nothing less than a royal experience.

Food and Drinks: Starters, main course, and desserts all are great in terms of taste and presentation.

Some of the highly recommended dishes are:

Palak Patta Chaat: Crispy spinach and gram flour papad, topped with yoghurt, tamarind chutney, and spices.

Tandoori Jheenga: Prawns grilled in the tandoor with well-balanced spices.

Paneer Tikka Multani: Batter coated soft paneer chunks; it makes for a great option for veg diners.

Dahi Ke Kebab: Fried kebab made with hung curd and spices; another great veg starter.

Chaamp Tajdar: The best starter of the day - Grilled lamb chops flavoured with cloves, cardamom, and kasuri methi, it gives one the true taste of Punjab. The chef plays with the flavours really well. It is hard to find such places where lambs are well-cooked, but here it was just perfect. A must-try for true hardcore non-vegetarians.

Mutton Biriyani: Mutton dum biriyani is one dish that you should definitely try. Juicy, spicy tender mutton pieces served with saffron-hued basmati rice. A melange of flavours is used in this dish, which takes it to a whole new level.

Raarhya Meat: Lamb Chops served in a curry spiced with the flavours of cloves, cardamom, and cinnamon.

No matter how full you are, there's always some place for dessert. Punjab Grill serves two absolutely favourite desserts of mine, and needless to say, they taste heavenly.

Jalebi with Rabdi: As we know, rabdi is a famous Indian dessert, it's made by condensing milk by slow cooking method until it turns pinkish. So imagine when it's served with crispy, fried jalebis dipped in sugar syrup {chashni}. It tasted amazing and the chef did justice to the dish.

Rasmalai: This particular Indian dessert makes us droll just by its name. Flattened chhena balls cooked in sugar syrup are dipped in milk, saffron, and pistachios which add richness to it, and takes its taste on another level. 

Service: Very good in terms of hospitality. The staff is very well trained, organised, courteous, and knowledgeable.

Overall, it was an impeccable fine dining experience.

What Could Be Better?

Cocktails are a bit overpriced.

How Much Did It Cost?

INR 1,000 - INR 3,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae, and Kids.

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