Made in Punjab, Inorbit Mall, Malad, Mumbai -A Punjabi Gem in Mumbai

mutton galouti on the bed of varqi paratha

When we decided to start our Mumbai review, we wanted to start with a  bang!!
Thanks to my friend Zorawar Kalra, MD of Massive Restaurants that owns the brand Masala Library and Made in Punjab! He invited us to try their Made in Punjab at, Inorbit Mall, Malad. I reached Mumbai on Saturday afternoon and was eagerly waiting  to visit their malad restaurant. We reached on time and were warmly greeted  by the staff and seated on our reserved space.

amritsari fish tikka

Similar to what I had seen at Gurgaon outlet, this place too nice interieors, bright colors around and very courteous staff. Restaurant was almost full with people waiting outside that indicated that this place is doing good.
We decided to follow chef’s recommendations
We started with Golgappa Shots  – Crispy and filled with potato and sweetsour taste – Traditional panipuri! Next was served palak patta chat – perfect balance of ingredients, crunchy pakak garnished with sev and anar kernels(pomengrate). It was an exotic chaat and had a tantalizing taste.

crispy palak patta chat

We enjoyed mutton galouti on the bed of varqi paratha and also feasted on amritsari fish tikka. Mutton galaoti was super soft, succulent, melted in mouth, fragrant and the best balance of spices. Varqi parantha along with this aromatic and flavorsome galaoti kebab was too satisfying!  The Fish tikka was the pick of the day for me. A great appetizer that complimented well with the meal. Lassi that I had along with it was refreshing, heavy, think,rich and creamy. Peda from Mathura added more to the taste

MIP special mutton curry

For the main course we were served butter chicken, MIP special mutton curry and assorted bread along with special prawn balchao and keema balchao kulcha.I am very picky specifically around Butter chicken, given that I cook at home and my friends and family love it. However the butter chicken that I had at MIP, made me realize that if I had not tasted their butter chicken, I would have missed life’s best butter chicken. I have insisted for its recipe, given my romance with this dish that has been for ages!

and the famous jalebi with rabri

Mutton curry was simply delicious, meat falling of the bones, excellent in taste . We really enjoyed our meal at MIP. MIP meal will not be complete without trying out their famous Jalebi  (along with rabri). Super crisp, thin and delicious that completed our great meal.
Thanks to MIP Mumbai team and Zorawar kalra for making our dinner memorable and truly satisfying!

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Everyone has a unique palate and my reviews are purely based on my likes and dislikes. This blog reveals my lust for food, pictures that I own, food that I love, cuisines that I tasted, imperfect culinary skills that I possess and to top it all this blog is my passion . Each experience calls out the history of how I ended up being at a particular place. Join Me in this culinary journey of comfort food, the rich and hearty meals, delectable platters, distinctive recipes and savoury Gourmet!

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