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Pind Balluchi Bar & Grill

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Embark on a culinary journey back in time. Savour exquisite Baluchistan recipes in an inviting ambience of modern interiors. Our extensive menu features an impressive variety of grilled meats and vegetables, curries and a wide selection of breads to pamper the most discerning of your guests.

Sat & Sun: 12:00 - 14:30

Tue - Sun: 18:00 - 00:00

Bar:
Sun - Tues: 18:00 - 01:00
Wed - Sat: 18:00 - 03:00

Closed: Mon

$48 based on 7 submissions
After Work (5 votes), Business Dining (4 votes)
Joel Conceicao

Pind Balluchi Bar & Grill: Sumptuous grills and exotic flavours

Better known as Singapore’s nightlife enclave, we’re always a little wary of restaurants in Clarke Quay. Although not exactly known for its culinary prowess, the area does play host to a handful of dining gems. And on entering Pind Balluchi Bar & Grill one year ago, we had a sneaky suspicion that we’d just discovered one of them. On a recent revisit, we found that Pind Balluchi still oozes exotic sophistication - the mad beats and hedonistic revelry are left outside the door, whew! Think sleek, chic interiors, luxurious place settings, and Buddha Bar-esque music playing in the background. This is the place that the master tabla player Talvin Singh's music was just made for. All of this makes for a perfect setting for the Indian cuisine on offer here – this is the very first overseas outlet of the renowned and award-winning Indian Pind Balluchi group of restaurants.

Check out our full review here

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Galouti Kebab
11 Dec 2014 • 7 reviews • 1 follower

Pind Balluchi Bar & Grill: Sumptuous grills and exotic flavours

Better known as Singapore’s nightlife enclave, we’re always a little wary of restaurants in Clarke Quay. Although not exactly known for its culinary prowess, the area does play host to a handful of dining gems. And on entering Pind Balluchi Bar & Grill one year ago, we had a sneaky suspicion that we’d just discovered one of them. On a recent revisit, we found that Pind Balluchi still oozes exotic sophistication - the mad beats and hedonistic revelry are left outside the door, whew! Think sleek, chic interiors, luxurious place settings, and Buddha Bar-esque music playing in the background. This is the place that the master tabla player Talvin Singh's music was just made for. All of this makes for a perfect setting for the Indian cuisine on offer here – this is the very first overseas outlet of the renowned and award-winning Indian Pind Balluchi group of restaurants.

Check out our full review here
10 Nov 2014 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Fancy flavors of india

Tucked cozily into a nook of Clarke Quay, the elegant Pind Balluchi features authentic North Indian dishes prepared as they were decades ago. We couldn't get enough of the crispy and buttery Garlic Naan ($6) paired with the Rara Chicken ($14) a dry minced chicken dish with onions, tomato sauce and Pind Balluchi's garam masala spice mix. End your meal with the cool, refreshing Kesar Rasgulla ($9) a fluffy saffron flavoured cottage cheese ball immersed in scented milk that just breaks apart in your mouth. For a heavy buffet spread, visit on Thursdays (ladies night!) and try 12 dishes for $40.
galouti kebab
05 Apr 2014 • 245 reviews • 1 follower

posh punjab-style food

for photos and more: http://andmorefood.wordpress.com/2014/04/04/pind-balluchi-bar-grill-clarke-quay/

posh northern indian food, from a prolific truly-indian chain that's gone upmarket in singapore. this place reminds me of my favorite indian places in london, where the cuisine is dished up fine-dining-style, and with more care and finesse than you'd usually see in singapore.

and the food is great - everything that I love to eat, with bright spice-y flavors and sparkling flavours in a sleek, dark environ that makes for great dates and girls' nights out. all sleek lines and dark furnishings, it's a balm to post-work fatigue (makes sense given it's part of the nightlife-oriented harry's group).

my must-orders are the tandoori broccoli, that bhatti chicken and the peshawari naan, all wiped up with that mango phirni.
20 Mar 2014 • 1909 reviews • 258 followers

North Indian Delights

Pind Balluchi is quite a big chain in India that offers North Indian delights in an slightly upmarket setting.

Start with the Galouti Kebab ($24), a very rich minced patty minced 32 times. 

For the main course I would recommend trying the Barra Chops ($24), well marinated New Zealand lamb chops with a strong spiced finish.

An interesting dish would be the Tandoori Broccoli ($14). It is the first time I am trying such a dish, and the broccoli is crunchy with a slight burnt finish.

To pair with my Garlic Naan, I liked the Dal Makhani ($19), a thick and smooth tasty bean (black lentil) paste that is cooked overnight.
 
After such a hearty meal, I was happy to have the Orange Rasmalai ($12) for dessert. This light finish consists of cottage cheese with orange in a non creamy milk based sauce. Lighter than most Indian desserts that I have tasted.

Overall, expect quality North Indian cuisine in a relax setting at Clark Quay.
 
10 Oct 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

You have to try their specialty cocktails and Tandoori Aloo!

Came across Pind Balluchi while walking around Clarke Quay and I am so glad we chose to dine here as opposed to other rowdy and noisy pubs/bars in the vicinity. The ambience at Pind Balluchi served as a great respite from the bustling Clarke Quay.

I had a couple of their signature cocktails that day, which I absolutely LOVED. The cucumber mojito was subtle yet refreshing, definitely one of my favourites. I also had a chili padi & chocolate cocktail, which was a special blend of the 2 flavours. It was my first time coming across a cocktail like this and I would recommend this for those that are adventurous and looking for something out of the ordinary.

In terms of its food, I would say that Pind Balluchi has a pretty decent variety. I am not a connoisseur of Indian food, so I can't really comment on the authenticity etc. But all the dishes ordered delighted our palates. A must-order is the Tandoori Aloo. The crisp potato skin encases flavourful fillings (potato, cottage cheese and raisins) and is drizzled with a sweet sauce.