This restaurant is located in Soi 13/3, a stone’s throw from Walking Street, the city’s most famous adult entertainment zone. It is part of a hotel which goes by the same name and has been in business since 1998.
The team of experienced chefs and waiting staff aim to deliver a level of service that is expected from a quality Indian restaurant, in our vibrant city. Not only do they serve a taste of Indian excellence but you will find a Chinese section on their menu too.
This 48 seater restaurant features black tables with dark wood surfaces and chairs to match, although there are sofas present, should you wish to enjoy additional comfort.
The decor is a mixture of greys and light coloured woods, in this air conditioned setting. Televisions feature in the venue and staff will change the channel to suit their customers preference.
Sunken ceiling lighting provides the ambience, offering a well lit environment for you to enjoy your meal. They can cater for couples or for larger groups such as families or business dinners.
Although the venue is large, long wall mirrors add to the effect of spaciousness.
What can you expect from New Pind Balluchi? Well they provide cuisine heavily influenced by Northern India and in particular the Punjab. They cater for vegetarians throughout their bill of fare, making everyone welcome.
Soups, delicious kebabs and items such as Chicken Korma are available from an excellent range of dishes.
You could try one of their quick bites such as a Peanut Masala, Onion Bhaji or Chole Chaat. Soups include Mushroom, Dal, Clear Chicken, Mutton and Tom Yum, which is Chicken and Seafood based.
They have a host of starters to select from as they build up to the main course. Paneers are also an option with Paneer Korma, or Tikka Masala or Kadai Paneer to name but a few.
Chicken features throughout the bill of fare with Curry, Masala, Saag, Madras and Vindaloo all being present. Similar options are available for mutton and seafood of course.
All the expected rice dishes including Biryani and a fantastic assortment of Indian breads can be ordered also. And for noodle lovers, you are well catered for too from a comprehensive menu.
And we should not forget the yogurt and salad offerings, such as Aloo Raita, Mixed Raita and Green Salad.
Overall the offerings from this menu are extensive, covering all the expected dishes associated with Indian cuisine.
Customers can have a Leo, Chang, Singha or Heineken beer or a variety of imported and local whiskies are available. Gins, rums and vodkas and house wines can also be ordered.
For the non-drinkers, they offer a good selection of soft drinks, teas and coffees.
A superb choice of food and drinks in a pleasant and friendly setting, where courteous staff, will ensure your visit is a memorable one.
Look out for daily specials on food and drinks too.