Baisakhi or Vaishakhi, the Punjabi harvest festival and New Year will be celebrated tomorrow. Across India, harvest festivals are celebrated by family gatherings, music and feasting. Even if you can’t travel to Punjab to lose yourself in revelry, you can enjoy a feast at these Punjabi restaurants in Mumbai.
Northern Tadka channels the charm of Punjab with its decor and authentic fare. We particularly love their biryani, served in a earthen handi.
Pratap Da Dhaba
Pratap Da Dhaba is decorated with inspiration from roadside dhabas with wicker lamps, outdoor seating and village art decor. Try the butter chicken, paneer tikka and tandoori chicken.
Copper Chimney is a restaurant stalwart in Mumbai, popular for its North Indian fare.
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Punjab Grill is a chain of restaurants across India that will give you a taste of fine dining and authentic North Indian dishes. Try the Amritsari Mala Kofta Macchi De Pakode and the Dahi Kebab.
Get your fill of Chicken Tandoori, Butter Chicken and Tandoori kebabs at this Vashi restaurant; few eateries in Navi Mumbai do it better.
Another Navi Mumbai Punjabi restaurant we love is Chenab, an open air rooftop restaurant with live music, amazing tawa dishes, kulchas and other flatbreads.
Some of the best kulfi in India can be found in Punjab; in Mumbai, some of the best Punjabi Kulfi resides at an eatery with the same name. Try the Malai Kulfi and the Roasted Almond Kulfi.