Inspired by the splendour of India’s Maharajas, Punjab Grill, Singapore has been designed to capture the zeitgeist of that era. Singapore-based international architecture and interior design firm, Space Matrix, realised the vision with the abundant use of glass and high-polish metal, combined with plush, upholstered panelling.The glass façade at the entrance of the restaurant gives a full view of the wine cellar. At the private dining area, a glass window offers a wonderful view of the kitchen where one can see the chefs in action at the stunningly designed hand-beaten copper Tandoors. The kitchen view has the backdrop of a full titanium-alloyed wall.The restaurant has a chic and modern take on the glamour of Indian royalty
Cuisine & Concept
To dine at Punjab Grill is to take an epicurean journey through Indian’s richly diverse Northwest Frontier Province — the undivided Punjab region. Food from gourmet metropolises like Lahore, Peshwar, Rawalpindi, Kabul, Amritsar, Multan and Patiala, formed the urbanized melting pots of different cultures.
These cities and cultures were the source of inspiration for our menus. The vast menu at Punjab Grill , Singapore is where the everyday “sarson da saag” (a vegetarian curry made of mustard greens and spice) and “makki di roti” (a flat, unleavened bread made of corn flour) meet the secret recipes of the royal kitchens — with a dash of panache and modernity thrown in.
Our Corporate Chef
Chef Gorang Anand , the Corporate Chef at Punjab Grill, Singapore has honed his skills over 22 years of culinary excellence. His foundation was laid at the prestigious Oxford College of Hotel Management in Bangalore, where he pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Hotel Management.
He honed his skills at renowned establishments including Le Meridien, The Lalit and the Claridges Dhaba Group in New Delhi, where he developed a profound understanding of culinary intricacies.