Punjab Grill Gourmet Fine Dining offers delicious and robust cuisines from the royal kitchens of Punjab which presented with a contemporary twist. Punjab Grill recreates these riches from the past while adding to them, the twist of today.
If you are wandering around Koramangala near Forum mall then I am pretty sure, Punjab Grill – Gourmet Fine Dining Restaurant might be on your wish list or you already being there. I’m a die-hard fan of Punjabi food and love Punjabi cuisine more than any other cuisine. Boasting of its authentic flavors, Punjab Grill nestled in the busy, bustling streets of Koramangala 7th Block, and it is a typical North Indian restaurant.
Punjab Grill has a grand lion as the logo is, the ambiance is equally classy. And food is delicious and trend setting. One of the most remarkable thing about Punjab Grill is its menu, lot of their signature dishes are all expertly crafted.
The ambiance in Punjab Grill: Punjabi Grill’s ambiance is so enthralling and is sure to delight you with its impressive interiors. The look of the place is more subtle and modern which adds to its class. A variety of dining spaces is spread all over the restaurant. Indoor dining with private space elegantly draped in soft silverish gold tones when drawn closed provides privacy to your dining which is perfect for a family or friends dining.
I enjoyed the Dahi Ke Kebab too, it was excellently done with a crisp outer layer and melting stuffings of pepper and hung curd inside.
Tandoori Pomfret My fellow bloggers enjoyed it,They said it was soft and tender which had its wow-factor and the flavor punch.
I started with one of the most sought after North Indian dish; Sarson da saag. It tasted so great that it was way beyond my expectations. This was paired with the Makki di roti. My friends went with Murgh Lababdar. Juicy and spicy mutton chops and the finest lamb minced were perfectly spiced up and cooked to perfection.
Here are some of the mocktails that I ordered!
Indian desserts are always DOPE; Gulab Jamoon to a whole new level. Well, the day would never end without consuming desserts. They dish was done three ways; Gulab Jamoons filled with: Pistachio, White Chocolate with Honey & Almonds and Nutella!
Every Jamun bite just melted in the mouth. Next, I tried Kulfi Falooda, a unique one, plate kulfi’s served with pistachio and almond shaving and noodles.
I ended the meal with a paan shot, and I found a new favorite fine dine. Authenticate Punjabi Cuisine, Royal ambiance, and delicious dishes gives you gourmet fine Dining experience which never goes wrong. MacroTraveller highly recommends Punjab Grill for Punjabi and Mughlai feat.