Punjabi Indian Restaurant 本杰比

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Average: 4 (18 votes)

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The Beijing branch is the sixth store of this nationwide chain and serves up tasty Punjabi cuisine with a focus on tandoor-roasted meats. Weekly buffet specials are Tue (RMB 88), Fri and Sat (RMB 98) and happen from 5.15-9.45pm, featuring live Punjabi Bhangra dance performances.

Location 

Solana and Lucky Street
蓝色港湾幸福街
2/F, C-8 Lucky Street, 1 Chaoyang Gongyuan Lu
Chaoyang District
朝阳区
朝阳公园路1号好运街C-8号2层
80-120 per person
Daily 11.15am-11.15pm
5867 0221/23
Yes
Smoking
All chinese and foreign credit cards
Yes
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User reviews of Punjabi Indian Restaurant 本杰比

Really Tasty food!

Joined: May 07, 2012
Posts: 2
5

We went three people to have dinner, it was the second time for me. I have to say that everything was really delicious and it has a really tasty typical indian food. The dinner was really good, in a good atmosphere and with a good service. I strongly reccomend to everyone to try it!

Cheers!

Great Staff!

Joined: Apr 15, 2015
Posts: 1
5

Students at the Canadian International School of Beijing organized a school-wide social, and The Punjabi Indian Restaurant catered this event. Not only was the food delicious, the members of this establishment took the time to teach our students how to manage the timing of food distribution, how to properly handle food, keep the food at safe temperatures, and have fun serving the food at this party! The onion bhaji was cooked on location to ensure it stayed crispy and fresh! The Punjabi Indian Restaurant really went out of their way to make this event a special one!

Food was ok , it wasn't amazing but worth trying

Joined: Mar 03, 2011
Posts: 3
3

Ok is about right. If I had a craving for Indian, this would not do it for me. However, with limited options in my neighborhood, it's not such a terrible place. The food and condiments seem fresh. Aside from not really being Indian food, it's doesn't taste that great on its own. Mostly bland for Indian food unless you add a lot of hot sauce, and the spice is not outrageous. The mango lassi on the other hand was pretty yummy. I didn't find it spicy & flavorful that's the reason i'm giving 3 but overall a good experience. PS: avoid it if you see big tour buses parking in the front.

My first choice for Indian in Beijing

Joined: Dec 28, 2009
Posts: 12
5

Always a big fun of Indian food and I rate this punjabi restaurant the most original flavor and my first choice to go in Beijing, after trying literary all the Indian restaurants here lol~~

Masala tea, Kulfi, Rogan Josh/Lamb Masala, Paneer Saag and Kulfi is always our must whenever we go there. Mango lassi is just so cute and orginal. Tried tomato soup and it tastes healthy and lovely. Stuffed potato tikka and everything is basically yuuuuuuuuumy - I can't speak for the fried things though since I've never tried. Not that they are not good but just I don't eat fried things personally.

Think I can count myself a regular there now, esp with the times I'm in Beijing and eating out. And it's even a perfect place for picky Indian food fan I-m so happy BTW their staff speak both English and Indian (and of course Chinese), which is a plus for the already friendly service.

Oh oh I think they have buffet on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday night. Tried once and it's really good. Wish i have more free time to go 〉_〈

Decent buffet option

Joined: Apr 05, 2011
Posts: 73
4

This weekend we tried the (now) 98 RMB dinner buffet. The selection wasn't extensive (especially for vegetarians), but you can definitely get your money's worth if you like lamb and fish. Service was great, and the masala tea was more affordable than most other restaurants in the city. The menu also has southern Indian food, such as dosas. Would recommend this restaurant for the buffet, so long as you eat meat.