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Monday, 25 April 2016

Pirates of Grill - Mall of India






Mall of India, Noida saw the soft launch of The Pirates of Grill- The buffet concept restaurant with twist. In collaboration with All India Federation of the Deaf , Dr. Onkar Sharma, Hony. General Secretary and Mr. Inderjeet Singh Banga & Mr Jasmeet Banga, Co-founders- Pirates of Grill hosted a lunch for these under priveleged people at their newly opened Outlet in the Mall of India, Noida. Mr Inderjeet Singh Banga on the occasion Said, “My restaurant is all about Good Food for Good people. At The Pirates of Grill, we make sure that our customers are always spoilt for choices with great starters, main course, desserts and more. My idea of hosting this lunch with this federation was to spread happiness with Food. These are Special God blessed people with pure feelings and enjoy the simpler elements of life, like Food. My restaurant is Destination for People who want to Enjoy simpler things in life, Good Food served with lots of love and care. This is our small gesture to give back to the society and we will ensure to do a lot more in the future.”

Pirates of Grill started out as an exciting new concept in fine bar-be-que dining, introduced to India by the restauranter brothers Jasmeet and Inderjeet Banga. It brought the concept of live grills on the table, coupled with the story of pirates cooking their own grills. An idea that soon caught on and became the talk of the town. Imagine juicy, succulent grills cooking at your own table, and food that keeps coming untill your tummy surrenders!

Starting out at Rajouri Garden, POG captured the imagination of West Delhi. Their innovative offerings at unbeatable prices, made the hungry masses drool, making it a runaway success. POG then moved into NCR with their first outlet in Gurgaon, at MGF Megacity Mall. Here they introduced live kitchens and also the first ever Brazilian Churasco Grill in India. With delicious food grills from all over the world, Pirates soon conquered the hearts and lands of North India. One after the other, they reached the hills of Jammu and the hub of Chandigarh, conquering them with their cuisine.

As they grew, so grew the epic stories about their food and ambience, serving live music along with delectable bar-be-ques, appealing to families and youngsters alike. Rave reviews about their Moroccan grills and Pineapple skewers soon flooded social media, sky-rocketing their popularity.

And now, Pirates of Grill is ready with it’s first outlet at the Mall of India, Noida.  All set to rock the boat with a cooler, more casual experience, the new POG is designed keeping in mind the interactive buffet experience. 


‘We have tried to create live interaction between our chefs and guests, through the new Mongolian counter, where you can get meats and veggies hand tossed according to your preference,’ says Inderjeet Banga, co-founder of POG. Continuing the same tradition of innovation, the dessert counter includes exciting new additions like the Live Tepanayaki Ice Cream and Jalebi Caviar.

‘The idea is to attract younger families, invite them to interact with our food and experience different international flavours blended with traditional grills,’ adds Jasmeet, his brother and co-founder.

Even the main menu looks younger and juicier, with innovations like ‘Kachorizza’ and ‘Peanut Butter Paneer Tikka Dimsums’. Even the interiors sport a fresher, younger look, with light wooden basics coupled with liberal does of fresh greens and yellows. A cool mix of casual and chic, the new outlet is all set to become the star attraction in the newly opened Mall of India.

And the Pirates are not looking like stopping at all. With plans for more new outlets even as far as Rajasthan and MP, the world is ready for their plunder.

The idea is to take the hugely successful Pirates concept in new markets and conquer shores with fresher innovations and interactions. Meanwhile, with an exciting proposition already heating up on the grill, Noida is already waiting for its first pirate attack!