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Punjab Grill By Jiggs Kalra

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Punjab Grill is the premier award winning restaurant established by famed Indian chef Jiggs Kalra. It showcases signature dishes from Punjab and other classic favourites from traditional Indian recipes.

Mon - Sun: 11:30 - 15:30

Mon - Sun: 18:30 - 22:30

+65 66887395
$63 based on 38 submissions
Dinner (12 votes), Lunch (10 votes), Business Dining (7 votes)
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Fine Dining Indian Cuisine

Marina Bay Sands has brought along a bunch of top notch restaurants, and Punjab Grill certainly matches up.

I recently went to the sprawling restaurant and tried their degustation menu ($95).

The soup was a chicken soup, which was somewhat clearer than the usual Indian soups that I am used to but it can get rather filling. If you are a small eater, take a few sips and move on.

The value in the degustation menu is the ability to try many items, and this is what I certainly did. Outstanding were most of the dishes, particularly the salmon tikka, the chicken tikka and mutton curry. A winner though has to be the tandoori tiger prawn, which was fresh, large and meaty. Lots of marination and hard work was clearly put into preparing the food.

Dessert was a rather heavy, with a large serving of kulfi.

Service was excellent. The staff were quick to let me know when I over-ordered and were ready to recommend their specialties. Also, it was rather efficient, and I was warned when certain items would take longer to arrive after informing them I was on a time constraint.

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• 28 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Very very rude staff !! Awesome food !, but do we go to a restaurant to get kicked by rude staff ?

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I have been to almost all Punjab Grill restaurants , I am a bi-weekly visitor at the select city walk , saket , New Delhi branch  I was in Singapore for holidays in June & visited the Singapore branch , we were accompanied by 2 more families , we reached the restaurant by 10:00 pm , we called up before coming , we were told that the table would be ready in another 10 mins so in the meantime you can order because the kitchen closes at 10:30  I placed an order but the person named Deepak took our order & told us reduce the order because this May be extra quantity , we took his suggestion  We sat on the table & immediately I called up the service person named Mohit & told him this food will be insufficient for all of us & do get some more breads , but to my utter surprise he completely refused , I asked him to call the manager who's name was Mr. Manu , and guess what same reply "SORRY" reason told was that the kitchen is closed , I told them guys how do you expect us to eat half food , but nothing happened ... We cribbed , requested then insisted .... Such a rude behaviour , never seen in my life  & specially at PUNJAB GRILL  please everyone never visit this restaurant  I will try and alert all the people looking for restaurant worldwide    Dear Mr. Kalra check out this kind of staff or see your clients get kicked  The friend accompanying me who brought me to this restaurant that day was your regular corporate client This incident happened on 17th June  Kindly check your CCTV footage if you don't believe 
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• 29 Apr 2014 • 35 reviews • 0 follower

Real north indian food

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As a punjabi (north indian) myself, i can vouch for the authenticity of their north indian food.
It is an expensive restaurant. But, with this quality of food and service i don't mind spending.
Me and my husband went for their set lunch non-veg menu. So, we got to taste so many different things. Like, amritsari machi, murgh tikka, patiyala shahi machi, dal tadka, sorbet, desserts.....Each and everything we tried was awesome. From appetizer to main course to desserts, thumbs up to everything.
Highly recommend. It is expensive so, one can go for set lunch menu and can try different things.
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• 01 Nov 2013 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

Staying to their sweet roots

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Punjab Grill resonates within the upper echelons of Indian culinary finesse, serving some of the truest dishes that tap on age-old recipes, like the Multani paneer tikka (marinated and grilled paneer (cottage cheese cubes, $32). For Deepavali however, the restaurant showcases their sweeter side with the Diwali sweet boxes special (available for takeaways): 12 pieces of jannat mithai (heavenly sweets) for $35 and the 20-piece Royal Mithai Sweet Box at a slightly more expensive $40. If you are eating in, celebrate with a sweet finish of the mango saffron crème brûlée, served with pineapple sorbet ($15). For more Indian restaurant reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/dining-guide/what-to-eat/10-indian-restaurants-to-book-*aid-be2f3101/
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