From all my favorite meals I love brunches. For just simple reasons like I almost have brunch everyday. Ya perks of a home baker doesn’t matter when you wake up. But then there is a different feel to a Sunday Brunch especially when its with your family and friends. Its kind of a catching up meal with great food. If there wasn’t great food the Sunday Brunch will be incomplete.
So to enjoy our sunday with great food and loads of catching up with family and friends Punjab Grill has started Sunday Brunch. I got an invite of the brunch through Sameer Malkani of Food Bloggers Association India FBAI. Thank you Sameer cause it was the best sunday I had in a long time.
I reached Punjab Grill, Juhu, Mumbai with my sister. The weather was apt for the day. It was not too hot not too cold. A perfect spring day to sit at their outdoor tables. So me, my sister, Salloni ( Sameer’s beautiful and super cool wife) and Simmi from http://foodiezone.blogspot.in/ geared up for a fun afternoon.
After the hellos and whats up. It was time to take a tour of the brunch. There was a Chaat Counter with serving everything from three different types of Pani Puri to Sev Puri, Dahi Puri, different flavors of Thandai and Lassi. Then there was the Kebab, Salad, Main course and dessert counter.
We started with ordering some drinks and chaat for us.
These were absolutely delicious. They tasted different than our regular street chaat. But had some wonderful new flavors. I could just go and eat only this in the buffet. The drinks were also yummy. Just when I was thinking to hog on the chaats, came the mouthwatering kebabs.
Both the veg and the non veg are packed with deliciousness. The Mutton Sheekh Kebab is to die for. The Chicken Kebabs marination was well done. The Paneer Kebabs and Hara Sheekh Kebabs tasted damn good.
If you are not full after this you can continue with the main course. But if you are almost full like us, you can sit back and relax, gossip, enjoy the weather and then go for it.
You have to try the Murgh Lababdar. It tastes amazing. The Paneer Makhani and Dal are also really good.
And now a meal is never complete without the dessert –
Ya we ate a lot. Now the winner among these is the Moong Dal ka Halwa. But there wasn’t one non tasty dessert there, which kind of made my day cause you know me sweets.
So I definitely recommend Sunday Brunch at the Punjab Grill. It is worth it. Chef Bharath meals are literally finger licking good. It is a perfect place to start your Sunday.