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Mon - Sun: 11:30 - 15:30

Mon - Sun: 18:30 - 22:30

$60 based on 19 reviews
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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. See what foodies like this place for
Hoongy ! • 01 Aug 20111844 reviews 253 followers

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...

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  • Dinner12 votes
  • Lunch10 votes
  • Business Dining7 votes
  • Children/Family7 votes
  • Fine Dining7 votes
  • Quiet6 votes
  • Vegetarians6 votes
  • Romance/First Dates4 votes
  • After Work3 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering3 votes
  • Private Dining3 votes
  • Wine Lists3 votes

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  • Tandoori -Murg Malai Tikka (Chicken)3 votes
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Navneet Bhutani • 28 Aug 20141 reviews 0 followers

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...

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Akamra • 29 Apr 201430 reviews 0 followers

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...

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Celine Asril • 01 Nov 2013290 reviews 10 followers

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,...

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