Patiala Tigers Reviews and Ratings - Greater Kailash 1, New Delhi
by Muddabbir Shariff
Wonderful service,Delicious Spaghetti and very nice mocktails. If you are foodie please visit HOT, you will never get better option than this. They have very romantic rooftop where you can even organise private party. Perfect place with great ambience.
by Tanvi Singhal
With Pretesh Agrawal - The dinner last night was amazing. We didn't want to go out so planned on ordering. Fell in love with Dal makhani. Trust me guys it is better than Dal Bukhara. I generally don't write reviews but had to for this one. Hats off to the chef
by Pretesh Agrawal
Loved the food. Must order military meat and dal makhani. Naanza was very thin crust and full of chicken but unfortunately got cold till it reached us. The taste was amazing.
by Cosmo Times
The Punjabi zone at the Fest presented “Kamli Chicken Kabab”. As its name, one expects a rich taste and perfect texture. And the same was served. A very well marinated chicken was minced and binded on the seeks. With “Mint Chatni and onions”, the kebabs were a wholesome treat to our tummy.
What an unexpectes surprise!!! This is a gem waiting to be discovered but you'd be forgiven if you passed it by. Were it not for the runway lights that beacon you up the flight of stairs we'd have missed out on this amazing experience. Patiala Tigers offers an enviable assortment of dishes to suit ones palette. From their presentation of in-house dishes to their impeccable packaging of take-out it is clear that attention to detail is the ethos of this establishment. When you walk into the place you are immediately drawn in by the decor which is superbly chosen and laid out in this cosy nook. Did I mention that the food is to die for? But that's not All, they have a generous assortment of drinks and the cocktails are to die for! The staff are well trained and are always on hand to assure that your needs are met in a professional and courteous manner. They may not speak very good English but they are polite and helpful so language is the least of your concerns. The music is laid back and chilled out creating a very cool ambiance. This really resonated with my wife and I. I'm a hotelier by profession who has worked in many a bars/restaurants in Switzerland and I was the manager of one of Nairobi's most "happening" spots so I think I'm a little qualified to know a good thing when I see one. Check it out, this is one tiger's clutches you won't be in a hurry to get out of.