Punjab Grill does not need any introduction in F&B industry. It is a trademark of transcendence in luxury dining and legitimate authentic North Indian Cuisine. I decided to drop in with my family one fine evening to give my tastebuds a royal treat.
Punjab Grill has an elegant outlet in Orion Malls with a graceful setting. The place is intricately decorated and beautiful interiors startle you.
I started my meal with their complimentary masala papad and chutney. The papad is moong dal papad roasted well and the green mint chutney is just appetizing.
We started a grand meal with some vegetarian starters. Paneer Tikka Multani was the first one and an absolutely loved by all. Hands down one of the softest paneer pieces I have tasted in Bangalore with a perfect marination. I enjoyed my cocktail Punjabi Krantt with that. The cocktail is a blend of vodka and jalapenos and gives a tinge of spice to the drink.
Next on we moved to Dahi Ke Kebab and Veg Kurkure for the starters. Veg Kurkure is a specialty with minced mushrooms and veggies stuffed and deep fried. Dahi Ke Kebab is a hung curd delight a slight taste of cardamom.
Their signature drink- Nimbu Achaar Caipiroska was the next drink I ordered. This was an amazing choice to go with. The drink had a mix of classic Caipiroska and Indian lemon Pickle.
The non-vegetarian starters included Bhatti Da Murgh- perfect chicken pieces cooked in tandoor with Indian spice marination. Chaamp Tazdar is another mutton chops delicacy with a tinge of Kasturi methi. An absolute favourite.
In the main course, our beverage shifted to Kesar Pista Lassi. A thick curd mix of sweet and topped with pistachio and saffron mix.
In the mains, we ordered their signature Dal Makhani, Raarhya Meat and Murgh Makhani. Raarhya Meat is a marrow-filled shank and beautifully cooked lamb chops with minced mutton in thick Indian gravy. This a must try.
Murgh Makhani is my personal favourite of the lot. Boneless chicken pieces in rich creamy orange gravy. This goes so well with Lacha Paratha or your Garlic Naan.
Dal Makhani is a satisfaction for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. Black lentils cooked overnight and topped with fresh cream.
After having this wholesome meal, there is always space for desserts. We ordered Litchi Ki Tehri and Kheer. Both the desserts were not overly sweet which is surely a plus point. Litchi Ki Tehri was a thick rabri based along with pieces of litchis.
This exemplary meal was a result of excellent service and impeccable food and beverages. Their signature dishes are a must try.