Punjab Grill

  • Indian
  • Vegetarian
  • Fine Dining
  • Bar & Lounge
  • Bars
  • $$$

Go on an epicurean journey when you dine at Punjab Grill, where the menu is inspired by food from gourmet metropolises like Lahore, Peshawar, Rawalpindi, Kabul, Amritsar, Multan and Patiala.

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Look forward to popular Punjab dishes such as Sarson da Saag (vegetarian curry made of mustard greens and spice) and Makki di Roti (flat, unleavened bread made from corn flour). These are served alongside dishes made using secret recipes from royal kitchens.

Culinary Accolades

World Gourmet Summit Awards of Excellence 2018

Wine & Dine Singapore’s Top Restaurants

Asian Cuisine Restaurant of the Year

Dining Specials

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LNY Special
LNY Special
Savour rich and authentic flavours from Punjab Grill’s Lunar New Year set menu. Featuring the aromatic Murgh Chooza Makhani, a special butter chicken alongside other delectable dishes such as Tandoor Grilled Barramundi Fish Tikka, Lamb Kofta and the signature Chaat Yu Sheng.
Valentine's Day Menu
Valentine's Day Menu
Indulge in rich Punjabi flavours from Punjab Grill’s Valentine's Day menu. Specially designed by Chef Gorang and team, this menu features delectable dishes such as the Mutton Kofta, Tawa Tiger Prawns, Tandoor Lamb Chop and the Symphony of Desserts.
Lunch Dining Special
Weekday Power Lunch
Power up during lunch at Punjab Grill with a 3-course set menu.
Weekend Kebab & Biryani Feast
Weekend Kebab & Biryani Feast
Kickstart your weekend with a feast at Punjab Grill, featuring mains such as Lamb Dum Biryani, Lahori Chicken Keema Masala and more.
Executive Set Lunch Special
Executive Set Lunch Special
Indulge in a lavish lunch spread at Punjab Grill with a 5-course set menu, curated for business meetings.
Guest Privileges
Simply present your hotel key card or MICE delegate pass to enjoy exclusive shopping and dining privileges.

Meet the chef

Corporate Chef Javed Ahamad

Ahamad has more than 11 years of experience creating unique Indian dishes for the Singaporean palate. He was the first to introduce an Indian-style champagne brunch in Singapore.