Pind di yaad


Singh Saab keeps it authentic with its North Indian food . It’s roots lie in the state of Punjab and promises to be original . The place is most known for family seating . It has pieces of Punjab picked up from here and there like talwars, lamps and all .

Starting with the drinks

Desi tharra – This is the best medicine teamed with alcohol !
Jugni – Jugni is watermelon based drink with a tan of Mint .

Mighty Singh
Sexy kudi is heavenly for coconut lovers . It has a lot of coconut flavour combined with a bit of cream .
Singh Saab quirks it up with fun punjabi names for their drinks like
Rocket Singh
Gabru, Burrahh, Chaalu purza , Mighty Singh , Moody jatt , Singh is king


They have a new monsoon menu !
Paneer bhurji served with pav – this one is the vegetarian version to kheema Pav . I loved it . Paneer was absolutely soft and finely chopped with mild flavours completely blending with the Pav.

Crumb fried cottage cheese fingers – Imagine it’s pouring and hogging onto these hot dried fingers

Cheese and corn tikki – This is such a combination that can never go wrong .


Mushroom Multani – I loved this starter . Lightly roasted with a creamy sauce making it so flavoursome .

Paneer Amritsari Basil tikka – The authentic paneer tikka brought to you . So soft . So tasty .
Paneer Gulzari kebab – Yes there were lot of versions of paneer ; but I am not complaining ! As every stuffing had different flavours .

Main Course

Stuffing myself with starters ; Chose for one sabji and thought of indulging it in properly
Paneer lababdar- This was red based gravy which was completely creamy and smooth . The paneer pieces were sized perfectly. And combined it with the bread basket ; my pick – cheese garlic naan


Dum biriyani was good but would rather advise you all to stick to mains and starters

Coming to the Desserts

Flaming gulab jamun – The presentation part of us great but the taste is fairly ok
Sizzling chocolate brownie – this one is the simple , silly option !
Baby gulab jamun with laccha Rabri – Loved this option ! The rabri was thick with small gulab jamuns which were hot and soft .
Rose petal firni – As simple as it looks ; it tastes beautiful. The rose flavour is so subtle yet hits you right there .

Overall ; loved the place for authentic food . It was comfort food with no extra fanciness.
Balle Balle!

By theglocaljournal

I love food , travel and decor . In the pursuit of capturing moments where the picture unfolds a story while the words talk to you .

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