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Go on an epicurean journey when you dine at Punjab Grill, where the menu is inspired by food from gourmet metropolises like Lahore, Peshawar, Rawalpindi, Kabul, Amritsar, Multan and Patiala. Look forward to popular Punjab dishes such as Sarson da Saag (vegetarian curry made of mustard greens and spice) and Makki di Roti (flat, unleavened bread made from corn flour). These are served alongside dishes made using secret recipes from royal kitchens. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:30 - 15:30
18:30 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 15:30
18:30 - 23:00
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Signature Dishes
Sarson da Saag Makki di Roti
Review (2)
We had dinner at Marina Bay Sands Shoppes Fine dining at Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kalrahttp://www.marinabaysands.com/Singapore-Restaurants/Fine-Dining/punjab-grill/The waiter served us this before our main coursecomplimentary amuse bouche - aloo tikkiIt's like some crabcakeSo cute right!Yummy butter NanBriyani !!!looks small but 3 person can actually share 1 bowl !Lastly the king prawn Service excellent but the food came slow Food was damn goodIt's kind of expensiveOur bill came up to $700 + -.-'''But I don't mind dining in there again since the food is so good! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2012-04-05
We decided to try this place as part of the Restaurant Week.While waiting for our food, we were served with a basket of Papadum rolled into a cone with 3 different condiments. This is the 1st time I had papadum served in this shape. The 3 dips are mint, yogurt & mango chutney. We like the papadum that we requested for more with extra mango chutney.They served us with complementary ice cold homemade ginger drink. This was a nice touch. The refreshing drink was sparkling and has a light ginger taste.Surprisely the Indian restaurant served western style salad instead of Indian cooking style vegetables. The salad consists of Brussels Sprouts, mini romaine lettuce and pine kernels with mustard vinaigrette. The vegetables is fresh and crunchy but I find the taste bland and I need to add Mango Chutney to enhanced the taste. Our Appetizer consists of 3 items and a mini salad; Tandoor Smoked Grouper Fish, Chicken Tikka and Raunaqeen Sheekh. I like the fish which has a smoky Tandoor taste. The Tikka chicken is nicely done. I do not like the sheekh which is minced lamb sausage coated with some orange sauce. The smell of lamb is too strong for me.The different main courses were divided and share among the 4 of us. It was served with white rice, Plain Naan and Garlic Naan. The Amritsari Fish Curry was lighly spiced and the curry gravy goes well with rice or naan. The fish was soft to bite which is suitable for elderly.The butter chicken is very tender and the creamy gravy has a hint of butter and the chicken has a Tandoor flavour. The naan has a chewy texture with bits of burn patches and slight crisp.The contrasting hot & cold dessert of Gajjar Halwa ( carrot pudding ) & Pistachio Kulfi ( Indian Ice Cream ) is a nice end to the meal. I especially like the carrot pudding which is a warm mount of thinly shredded carrots which is not too sweet. The ice cream has bits of pistachio & berries sitting on top of orange coloured glass noodles. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)