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Certainly one of the finest North Indian restaurants in Bengaluru, Punjab Grill has created a special place in the hearts and minds of residents looking for some traditional cuisines from the culinary-rich state of Punjab. Located at Koramangala, one of the busiest areas in Bengaluru, Punjab Grill draws an enthusiastic crowd for meals that are prepared in four different styles: tawa, kadhai, tandoor and sigdi.

Situated on the ground floor, the space is divided into alfresco and indoor seating with an open kitchen that is separated through a glass. This vast expanse is impeccably designed, comprising mostly wooden hues and leather which gives it an elegant touch. Moreover, the space offers live music where they host some of the biggest Indian names in the industry. Besides the live acts, the music definitely goes with the ambience, which is a mix of house and Punjabi alternative.

So what is it that makes this space such a hit? Here’s the answer.

Taste of the North: This Restaurant in Bengaluru Offers Some Authentic Punjabi Cuisine

Bringing the essence of Punjab all the way to Bengaluru, their unique menu comprises tantalizing dishes such as Khaam Khatai, Bhatta Da Murgh (chicken legs reserved overnight in yoghurt marinade, exotic spices including ‘mugga’), Chicken Kurkuri (wonton skin rolls with chicken filling, bell pepper, celery olives, sun-dried tomatoes, pine nuts, rolled in savoury sevian and golden fried), Punjab Grill Deg Hot Pot Chicken (signature hot pot with chicken kofta curry and winter vegetables), Patiala Shahi Machchi (tangy cubes of river sole, flash fried and cooked in dried plum and tomato gravy) among other gems.

Taste of the North: This Restaurant in Bengaluru Offers Some Authentic Punjabi Cuisine

The spectacular spirits menu is a delight with Bollywood-inspired, quirky names such as Singh is King (a blend of dark rum, tamarind puree, fresh lime juice, pineapple juice and a pinch of salt), Mauja Hi Mauja (lime chunks, mint leaves, cinnamon powder, white rum, topped with apple juice and soda), Chak De (combination of dark and white rum, fresh pineapple juice, mint syrup, fresh lime juice) among others. Definitely a hit among true-blue movie buffs.  

Tantalizing cuisines coupled with some great service, Punjab Grill will surely make your visit a memorable one. So what are you waiting for? Go now!  

Where: SJR Primus, Ground Floor, Opposite Forum Mall, 7th Block, Koramangala, 20th Main Rd, Bengaluru

Recommended for: Singh is King and Patiala Shahi Machchi

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