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I used Food Panda to order online from Pind Baluchi. It's always nice to order online because you get a lot of free stuff. In this case they gave us two big containers of free rabri kheer. The kheer had dried fruits and was thick and creamy and me and my family savoured it for a long time.
The main course was fresh and I loved the size of their portions. There was a ton leftover, which meant breakfast chicken kebab sandwiches! Jokes apart, the kebabs were fresh and nicely marinated. They were soft and the meat fell off the bone. No part of the meat was chewy. I loved how the spices had completely covered every inch of the meat.
The naan and rotis were a slight disappointment because they were not as soft as one would have hoped. Another big disappointment was the delivery time. They took about an hour and a half to deliver.
I would go back to Pind Baluchi again for its seekh kebabs, the malai tikkas and the tandoori chicken - RECOMMENDED.
As a student of a college and an employee of an organization, both in a radius of 2KM from Ansal Plaza Mall, this place has always served as a regular spot for our Mughlai lunches and parties. At some point though, we do get a little bored and unexcited to come to this place. But, there are some pros that make this branch of the acclaimed Pind Balluchi chain of restaurants an impressive one.
Food, as is expected from a Pind Balluchi, is good. Ambiance, in comparison is not exciting. Seating at some point of time when there is a good crowd becomes congestive. Prices, I believe are moderate for the experience and are by all means fair. Service is excellent. Though, Lead Time needs an improvement.
For me, Price Satisfaction and lack of good Mughlai Restaurants in close Vicinity makes it a regular visit place for people living in Palam Vihar and the surrounding areas. Though, There are some better options for the same cuisine in Gurgaon, This one should be on your list as well if you are a foodie.
we used to visit here twice or thrice every semester of our college.. loved the food here, service is good, and KHEER.. love it.. every single time i go there..i never fail to order kheer..
when you go here a little early..like in afternoon..you might not get many things, specially breads..tandoor isn't ready at that time..that's what they said..so prefer having dinner here..rest everything is great.
If you want a sweet, homely setup with a non intimidating relaxed meal, Pind Baluchi completely fits that bill. The decor is unique and gives off a very painstaking, innocent sort of feel. The walls are decorated with clouds, stars, fields and huts; presumably to retain the look of a typical Indian rural backdrop. The village surroundings are enhanced by the presence of a carefully constructed neem tree overhead, hovering over the tables and complete down to the last detail of the leaves. There is even a well which almost looks real enough to draw water through an earthen pot!
So if you are sitting in a far-off rustic Indian setting, then you must experience the food typical to it as well. You have standard spicy snacks such as chicken/ paneer tikka, kebabs, masala peanuts and fried potatoes. For a heavier meal, you can have tandoori rotis or laccha paratha, shahi paneer, butter chicken; all this perhaps with a papad or two and the typcical nimbu/aam ka achaar to add further tang and tingle your tastebuds. I'd say that the food is decent to taste, not extraordinary though. It is good if are in the mood for North Indian cuisine and want a comfortable, original ambience away from the dhaba culture and also don't feel like spending a whole lot.
Perhaps my favorite part of Pind Baluchi are the immense variety of Indian drinks on the menu, so much so that it is practically impossible to choose. I ended up tasting at least two or three every time and basically overloading on beverages, much to the amusement of everyone on my table! They have the beloved Delhi/Punjab street-side bunta, all nice and salty and lemony. They have aam panna for those hot summers. Lassi, buttermilk and thandai are delicious here too. Added to all this, you can even have gol gappe ka paani or jaljeera without having to stand in a street corner stuffing your mouth! All this is served in heavy copper tumblers which have an originally earthy fragrance, to get that quintessential village hut feel.
For those sweet- toothed foodies waiting hopefully till I finish my drinks list, there is quite the quantity of desserts too. From gulab jamun to rasgulla to rasmalai to jalebi, you'll get it all. Alcoholic drinks are on the cheaper side too, and usually 1+1. All in all, you'd leave with a full (probably stuffed!!) stomach and your pockets would be lighter by not more than Rs 1200.
Give it a try.
Have been going to this particular outlet for quite some time now. Happens to be conveniently located near our residence.
This time around, discovered they have started serving alcohol, so all the more happy.. the cocktails are very reasonably priced. I had LIIT @ Rs. 185 or so.... yeah yeah.. i know its quite unbelievable.. but true.. though i found it a litte lite (you know what I mean).. for hubby dear, there was disappointment in store, as they did not serve beer pints, but those big 650 ml bottles.. so knowing that i would not be of help there, he wisely ordered a scotch 30ml.
for starters, we ordered Achari Murg Tikka.. we were told it will be midly spicy and it turned out to be true. It was like just ok. not too great, noting bad either.. Dahi ke kebab were good too, but a tad too oily (though I dont remember, them being so oily the last time I had those)...
for main course, we ordered garlic naan and dhaniya chicken curry.. and both were done quite well.. Chicken biryani again was a shade better than average.. all in all, we enjoyed our food..
the only thing that i did not like about this visit of ours was the over-hospitality of the staff. like being disturbed twice over the course of meal, each time something is served, the server saying - enjoy your so n so dish, feedback form at the end of meal... My guess - they are given a new recent training, which made them go overboard... (so much so that once while we ordered our main course, after taking the order, the server again said.. thank you, enjoy your...... errrr... - coz he realized we had not got nothing on the table yet.. ) Poor guys..
If you are in vicinity, ek trip banta hai.. :)
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