Pind Balluchi- A review :P

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So, I finally sit down to write something that is my sole love in life: FOOD! :D

I had heard A LOT about ‘Pind Balluchi’. Today, my friend, Nupur, took us all to Pind Balluchi, Connaught Place, New Delhi. Here are a few observations of the lunch:

  1. Overall look from outside: Below average; specially as there is a lot of hype related to this particular restaurant.
  2. Ambiance: Beautiful! The interior is perfectly suited to the name.
  3. Menu: The offerings are pretty good in terms of variety.
  4. Service: Very slow. :|
  5. Food: a) Taste: Good, but nothing extra ordinary. Your typical Dal Makhani and stuff; b) Quality: Okay! Not very good, including the not-at-all-sour Banta Soda, the ice cold Gulab Jamuns and the Tilla Kulfi with hair in it! :P *yuck*
  6. Prices: As far as the size of the portions and the quality of the food is concerned, it is not very paisa vasool! :-/

Overall, I will give it a 2.5/5 (as if I am a big food critic! :P) to Pind Balluchi and would anyday prefer a roadside dhaba on the Delhi-Chandigarh highway for the “Pind” experience and awesome-ly priced, great tasting food! :)

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6 thoughts on “Pind Balluchi- A review :P

    Smriti said:
    December 19, 2010 at 5:33 pm

    Awesome! more like, Sahi :D

    really, now i don’t look forward to it at all.
    Lets go to chandni chowk then.

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    shivi21 responded:
    December 19, 2010 at 6:47 pm

    :) Yes, once LSR MUN is over, we’re going to Chandni Chowk! :D

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    Vaidehi said:
    January 11, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    woohoo..hair in kulfi! Tell me about it.
    1)Thread in Naan at Ashoka
    2)Small Piece of metal in a cashew roll that I was eating after my first board exam
    2)A GREEN rubber band in readymade popcorn(that was yesterday)
    4)Hair, insects are frequently found in MY food. :-o

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    shivi21 responded:
    January 11, 2011 at 4:51 pm

    OMG! :O
    Thread? Rubber band? METAL PIECE!!!?
    I guess either I’ve been lucky so far or you’ve been unlucky! :P
    :O I AM STILL IN A STATE OF SHOCK. :O

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    shivi21 responded:
    January 11, 2011 at 4:53 pm

    Oh I remember hearing somebody in college talk about a dead mosquito in the masala dosa n I saw in the news years ago that in Meerut, ghee is made out of bones of dead cows! :|

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    Vaidehi said:
    January 12, 2011 at 2:45 am

    :-o :P unbelievable

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