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1647 27 Apr 2021

Punjab Grill, Abu Dhabi: Indulge this Eid with an Indian Banquet Fit for a King

Abu Dhabi’s Punjab Grill offers three-course festive feast

With the festive season around the corner, Abu Dhabi's Punjab Grill has launched a special three-course Eid menu to celebrate the holidays. The fine-dining Indian restaurant, located at the Venetian Village in Abu Dhabi, will be serving a banquet of delicious delights in a feast fit for a king.

Available throughout the day, the table buffet is the perfect time to bring loved ones together after the Holy Month. The elaborate menu inspired by the rich Indian heritage using authentic spices and regional flavors includes multiple dishes for each course to ensure diners don't miss out on any of their favourites.

Among the starters, diners can indulge with the likes of Kaleji Curry, Kheemay ki Lukhmi, Roghani Naan, and Dal ka Shorba, while for mains, Mutton Biryani, Gosht ka Korma, and Samak Kebab are among the many dishes to savour during the evening. For those with a sweet tooth, Arabic desserts such as Umm Ali pay homage to the region's own delicacies, mixed in with the likes of Shir Qorma and Malpua Rabri.

The three-course festive menu is priced at AED 250 per person inclusive of soft beverages and will be available throughout the Eid holidays.

Guests celebrating the festive season at Punjab Grill can book a table to dine indoors or on the terrace overlooking the fabulous views of the canal. For reservations, Whatsapp +971 50 668 3054.

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About Super Eats Investment

A division of Lite Bite Foods, Super Eats Investment operates restaurants and dining concepts in the UAE. Launched in early 2019, the company prides itself on bringing innovative food and beverage concepts to the GCC region. Headed by Kaustubh Mahajan in the UAE, Super Eats Investment manages the premium dining restaurant, Punjab Grill and two other quick service food concepts in Dubai Festival Plaza, Asia 7 and Street Food by Punjab Grill. The second Punjab Grill is due to open in the capital later this year.