Punjabi Tadka Reviews and Ratings - Lakshmi Nagar District Centre, New Delhi
by Gunjan Raheja
It is situated in food court of V3s mall, Nirman vihar. One of my fav Chole Bhature place!!!! And chole bhaturas are kabeele Tareef👌 Even veg biryani is also tasty and complimentary raita make it more yummy!!!
by Kanishq "food Is Not Less Than Breath"
The best malai chaap in whole laxmi nagar. They have exceptionally low rates and really good food. Still, I would like to advice them to make a better green chutney as it is utterly pukish taste. Tandoori momos can be better cooked with more soft better and slow roast till getting crispier. Rest other gravies and chinese tastes ordinary but delicious.
by Shubham Sharma
They don't serve food they scam you, they have no idea what chur chur Naan is and they have it on their menu, and when we tried to correct them their response was even worse, the guy serving food has serious attitude problem, when we told him whats wrong his reply was "yahan aisa hi hota hai". Pathetic place, all the other places adjacent to it are much much better (like 'Chacha Jee ki Desi Rasoi').
by Amar Sirohi
Okay, what is the similarity between Windsor Street, Indirapuram and food court of V3S mall? Both have a large number of eateries where every single outlet is worse than the other and despite of having a large number of eateries, its almost impossible to find anything good to eat at both of these places. Punjabi Tadqa is just another name in the long list of disappointing eateries that the food court of V3S Mall has to offer. It is centrally located there. Since it is located in the food court, nothing much can be said about the ambience and interiors. The guy who was taking the order had some attitude problem, which pissed off the mood even before i had the food. It was empty when i ordered and still they took over half an hour to deliver me a single plate of chole bhature. Chole had too much baking soda in them and its strange taste and smell completely overshadowed the real taste of these chole. Bhature were oily and were too thick at corners. I couldn't eat them off. All in all, another poor place at the food court of V3S.