Vivanta by Taj Dwarka, Delhi has launched its brand new culinary destination, Indus Express that takes the guests on an ultimate gourmet journey of Punjab, the land of five rivers. This new restaurant was inaugurated by Captain Amarinder Singh, Member of Parliament from Amritsar and former Chief Minister of Punjab. During the occasion, Maharaja of Patiala was also present, who had put on a chef’s hat and cooked up some of the royal delicacies.

Moving to its seating arrangement, around 70 people can easily accommodate at one time by offering signature dishes, such as Rawalpindi Chole, Kebab e Bannu, Balti Dal meat, Raan e Khyber, Dum Murgh Lahori, Afghani Kabuli Palaw amongst others. Indus Express is nestled at the lobby level and will be opened at 7 pm to 11 pm for the guests, who want to take dinner.


Vivanta by Taj– Dwarka is trying to celebrate the confluence and synthesis of the vintage and the modern, the authentic and the contemporary, tastes and plates, the veil and the dupatta, the handi and the kadhai, the masala and the flame, which will be accomplished by this new venture. Indian Express offers to its guests the finest influence of Punjab along with the bordering provinces of Khyber, Kashmir, Rajasthan and Sindh.

The talented chefs made an exclusive menu for the dinner that provide guests a taste from undivided Punjab with dishes like Sialkot Kadhai Jheenga, Dum murgh lahori, Khyber ki sardi, Pista khumani kofta, Gucchi aur gandane da saag. Throwing light on the interiors, the new joint features unique architecture with an ultimate ambience that delivers you the feeling of respite. It also brings alive the flavours from the old time era, such as hand grounded masalas, grandma’s style of cooking, tadka and phulkas on the table can impart. Overall, Indus Express spreads a warm whiff of the old lanes of Amritsar.