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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 & Grill:
Sun to Tue: 18:00 to 01:00
Wed to Sat: 18:00 to 03:00

Closed: Mon

$48 based on 8 submissions
After Work (5 votes), Business Dining (4 votes)
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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.

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08 Feb 2015 • 0 review • 0 follower

Pind Baluchi not living upto its name

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We had dinner last night. The ambience is the only thing good about it. The food is very ordinary. The chicken that was served was very hard and rubbery and not expected from a restaurant that is supposed to offer culinary delight on tandoor delicacy. Very pricey for the ordinary food. Restaurants probably depend on tourists and not local patrons. It needs to hone up the culinary standard.
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11 Dec 2014 • 10 reviews • 1 follower

Pind Balluchi Bar & Grill: Sumptuous grills and exotic flavours

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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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10 Nov 2014 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Fancy flavors of india

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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.
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05 Apr 2014 • 246 reviews • 1 follower

posh punjab-style food

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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.
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20 Mar 2014 • 2001 reviews • 255 followers

North Indian Delights

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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.
 
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