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BBQ'D by Made in Punjab - Finally MIP returns !

BBQ'D by Made in Punjab, UB city




  • Positive - Great Punjabi food.

  • Recommended - Tandoor starters, Paneer butter masala, Palak pattha chaat, Blue ocean.



Made in Punjab, launched in early 2017 was etched in the heart of Bengaluru foodies. It was a one-stop restaurant for the soulful Punjabi cuisine and sumptuous meals. Meanwhile, when BBQ'D succeeded it, many of the MIP admirers downhearted and their craving for MIP had been an ever told story since then. Now, that BBQ'D has totally heard it! They are bringing back the BBQ'D by Made In Punjab - reintroducing all the well-known food menu all over again !! That has brought smiles to all MIP fans to laud the love for food. Finally, MIP returns!



[caption id="attachment_7089" align="aligncenter" width="1135"] BBQ'D by Made in Punjab![/caption]

Well, on hearing this, I couldn't stop myself stepping into BBQ'D by Made in Punjab located in UB city. Well, let's look at what they have! Located in the posh UB city, the BBQ'D by Made in Punjab is a perfect fine dining restaurant serving exquisite great food. The decor is made for the absolute vibes of fine dining and buffet. The spacious and comfortable seating is ideal for family and friends get together.



[caption id="attachment_7091" align="aligncenter" width="1461"] The glory of Made in Punjab[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_7075" align="aligncenter" width="1086"] Wall poster at BBQ'D[/caption]

BBQ'D by Made in Punjab serves one of the best Punjabi cuisines in the city. With Made in Punjab revived, it has added authentic Punjabi menu back to trails. To start with the starters, the Palak Pattha chaat and Dahi puchkas arrived well garnished. The Palak Pattha chaat - Big palak leaves deeply fried and served surrounding the potato mash, chaat sauces and add-ons was definitely awesome to trigger an appetite. Dahi puchkas/puris lined up - Who doesn't love them? The sweet and tangy sauces with curd in the puchkas are the best appetiser ever.



[caption id="attachment_7080" align="aligncenter" width="800"] The appetizing Dahi puris[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_7078" align="aligncenter" width="800"] The Palak pattha chaat - Must try![/caption]

Next came the grilled appetizers. Kara bhatti panneer - The crisp outer and soft inner paneer roasted in the furnace was great. bbq'd special Paneer Tikka - The succulent panneer well marinated and grilled aptly with mint chutney was delicious. Malai Broccoli - The broccolis marinated well and cooked to the core. Though it tasted bland initially, a good taste over few bites. The garnishing is a plus for this serving. Tandoori Mushroom - The soft mushrooms tandoored with spicy flavor and I totally loved it. Hara bhara khabab - The typical hara bhara kabab served with mint chutney was no less ordinary.



[caption id="attachment_7079" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Kara Batti Paneer - Delicious[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_7083" align="aligncenter" width="1086"] The Paneer tikka with mint chutney - Succulent[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_7074" align="aligncenter" width="1086"] Malai Broccoli - Look at the colours ![/caption]

[caption id="attachment_7082" align="aligncenter" width="1086"] Typical Hara bhara kabab[/caption]

From the mains, I totally loved the delicious and sumptuous gravies served here. Mark my words! It’s a wholesome feast. The Paneer butter masala, Dal makhani and Aloo gravies were amazingly prepared and I still crave for the taste. The signature dish - Lehsuni palak paneer is a great combination with tandoori rotis.



[caption id="attachment_7084" align="aligncenter" width="1086"] There you go! All the gravies to savour the taste buds[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_7076" align="aligncenter" width="1086"] One word - Sumptuous[/caption]

Coming to Mocktails - The Blue ocean happened to my favourite. Love at first sight for its turquoise color and the lychee - mint flavour made me happy right in the first sip. The Minty apple is another mocktail I loved with a slightly tangy flavor. They also have in-house cocktails and don't forget to try them.



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I was already concluded, but the delectable desserts were definitely worth it. The Nukkad jalebi - The sweet thin jalebis aptly fries served with rabadi topped with dry fruits is their signature dessert. The Rasmalai was very succulent and I gobbled it one go. Though I'm not a sweet tooth, I loved the desserts and tempted me to cram them.



[caption id="attachment_7086" align="aligncenter" width="724"] The Nukkad Jalebis - Never say nooo to this! Must try![/caption]

Scorecard : 5/5



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[caption id="attachment_7090" align="alignright" width="768"] The lovely ladies - Until we meet again! :)[/caption]

Definitely, BBQ'D by MIP is one of the best Punjabi cuisines in the heart of the city and I totally loved the place. With BBQ'D Made In Punjab returning with all the glory added to the menu. Must try for the Punjabi feast, sumptuous food, and welcoming staff. Definitely on my list again!




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  1. […] 1. BBQ’D by Made in Punjab – Finally MIP returns! 2. York St. Cafe – Koramangala, Bengaluru 3. The Colony Gastropub – HSR, Bangalore 4. Magnolia – Pan Asian restaurant […]

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  2. […] 1. BBQ’D by Made in Punjab – Finally MIP returns! 2. York St. Cafe – Koramangala, Bengaluru 3. The Colony Gastropub – HSR, Bangalore 4. Magnolia – Pan Asian restaurant […]

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  3. Rabdi looks very delicious…. Will try one time at least for sure….

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  4. Yes it's their signature dessert

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