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Punjab Grill

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Punjab Grill is situated in 319, Delhi - Jaipur Expy, Ambience Island, DLF Phase 3, Sector 24, Gurugram, Haryana 122002, India.

Customer Reviews - 3.5 from 5 Reviews

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Prashant Yadav - 30 December,2017 01:22:25am - 2/5 Rating

Visited restaurant on Sunday night before Christmas. It was a busy period and so that they were not cleaning the tables or the mats properly I saw food stuck all over them. The glasses were dirty. We ordered vegetarian food. Food was ok not great but not bad either. Inability to maintain hygiene in a busy period is the primary reason for the low rating. Staff was friendly but not proactive in things like filling up empty glasses possibly due to the rush. Overrated restaurant with average food.

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Kunal Vohra - 18 February,2018 11:24:27am - 1/5 Rating

Poorest service I have ever seen..... I was there for 15 mins and no one came to even serve water. I had to ask "sir bata do agr self service h". Worst experience...

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ajay jangir - 10 February,2018 11:37:23am - 3/5 Rating

😀Inside ambience mall , Food court , Punjabi Grill, Cleaning is ok , #costly😎😉 , Food Quality and quantity is ok not much good, Taste is ok ok, Staff Service is Good, Waiting time high , Overall is ok for one time visit..After having food you can say #paisavasul 😀😀😀 Transport service available outside ambience mall

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Sunny Grover - 28 November,2017 03:13:41am - 4/5 Rating

Amazing place to hangout with your friends and family as well! The food is very good but the quantity is a little less. Overall I had an amazing experience over there.

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Atul Dagur - 31 January,2018 11:31:58am - 3/5 Rating

It was my first visit to PG. Went there with my family- a gang of nine! We were provided a private dining space which was quite welcome. Servers were efficient and quick in the starting while they became a bit slow by the end of our meal (may be because the dinner rush increased). The music was a bit loud for my taste, but it's a Punjabi outlet and I should expect the loudness (no offense intended). Now coming to the main point- food. We were a bit full from our evening snacks prior to visiting the restaurant so moved straight to main course. Order included- panchrangi daal, mirchi paneer, soya chap- gravy and pineapple raita with a variety of breads (stuffed kulcha, butter naan, plain naan, tandoori roti, Missi roti). All the breads were served at once, so they were not so hot by the time our curries were served. Daal was interesting as was paneer. Gravy of soya chap was ok! Overall the dishes were spicy which is expected from Punjabi outlet.

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