Made in Punjab is a fine dining restaurant located in a happening place, DLF Cyber Hub and the nearest metro station is IndusInd Bank. The place located on the ground floor next to Farzi Cafe, and it is recommended to book a table in advance. As the name suggests, Made In Punjab is basically an “Urban Punjabi” place that offers North Indian/Mughlai cuisine with a touch of Punjab.
The place has simple yet amazing ambiance with a subtle colour coded theme, and buffet placed on one side, a separate bar area on another side, and a separate dining space on the opposite side. The interior of the place is decently luxurious, beautiful, and cozy. The dark wood furniture along with comfy couch sitting comprises of sitting space, and the soft music in the background adds to the ambiance greatly. Made in Punjab is an awesome place to hang out with your family and friends. Additionally, the place is also popular for family dinners and corporate parties.
The menu is quite amusing and they have designed it in such a way that categorizes the food according to the parts of the world where it was served. The menu includes so many food options that one seems to lost with choice, and offers you an option to choose from A La Carte or Buffet. The A La Carte might seem expensive but the buffet deal is worth every penny in this fine dining restaurant.
To satiate our cravings we ordered Sarson Olive Machhi, Broccoli Badam, Luxury Butter Chicken, Highway Mutton, Dal Makhani, Chicken Biryani, and Butter Tandoori Roti in bread.
Sarson Olive Machhi – The fish was marinated in mustard and tikka masala. Later on, the grilled fish was topped with olives. The Fish has a strong flavor of mustard and you can easily feel it easily feel.
Broccoli Badam – The Broccoli was soft and has almond shavings on top. It melts in the mouth in no time and tastes well.
Luxury Butter chicken – The taste justifies the name as the gravy was buttery, creamy, and cheesy.
Highway mutton – The mutton was spicy, oily, and taste delicious. The mutton pieces were very soft.
There was a number of different desserts in the menu under “Punjabi Love” and we ordered Mango Rasgulla and Stuffed Gulab Jamun.
Mango Rasgulla – Mango flavoured Rasgullas with mango and Kesar sugar syrup. The Rasgulla’s been a bit softer and tastes well.
Stuffed Gulabjamun – The Gulab Jamun stuffed with chocolate and served in sugar syrup. This is was unique to me and tastes great.
The food is authentic Punjabi with a fusion touch and infused with amazing innovations. The presentation ideas are commendable and the food served to us has a right mix of spices. The food was excellent and We thoroughly enjoyed the food.
The bar menu at Made In Punjab was quite interesting and during our visit, I had Jatt Risky After Whisky, LIIT, and few other drinks (unable to recall the name).
Jatt Risky After Whisky – It’s basically a Whisky Sour and if you’re a vegetarian then it’s recommended that you should not order it.
LIIT – It was served in six small shot glass.
The management was very friendly, and the service was commendable & super quick, even on busy hours, the ordered was served on time. The staff has proper knowledge of what they are serving on the table and even recommended us some dishes. Above all, they have a smile on face all the time.
Overall, it was a great experience and an heaven for North India food lovers.