This award-winning restaurant from India threw open its doors a month ago, and proudly presents Punjabi food in a sleek and modern setting. Ditch any preconceived notions of what to expect décor-wise; think muted grey-toned furnishings, and metal and glass finishes. While the interior is a departure from the usual, the menu is fairly extensive with items such as golgappa platter—whole wheat shells filled with a vegetable medley and served alongside coriander-infused water, and spicy tamarind water ($15), Norwegian salmon tikka ($35) and tandoori foie gras with mango chutney ($45). They also offer five-course degustation menus with both vegetarians ($75) and carnivores ($95) in mind.
Have you tried the tandoor foie gras at Punjab Grill? It's one of I-S Magazine's 50 things to eat in Singapore before you die (2011).
Punjab Grill is on Top Tables' Top 10 Restaurants in Singapore 2014.
Apart from Coldplay's gig and SingJazz, there's also a hodgepodge of exhibitions, markets and food events to check out.
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