When I heard the name Angry Sardar for a restaurant, I didn’t know what to make of it. Even after dining there, I don’t know what to make of it, but all I can say is that this Angry Sardar can surely make you happy if you are looking for good Punjabi food.
The Ambience is quirky, loud and very Punjabi and yet it has a Goan kind of charm with lots of greenery surrounding it. The truck shaped bar and a huge graffiti wall at the back are definitely the highlights of the place. The music is very Punjabi and you may feel like getting up and dancing a bit 🙂
Coming to food, the menu has a careful selection of some of the basic North Indian and Punjabi delicacies. And when dining at such places, I always like to go for basics, because if people can get the basics right, I am sure then can excel in other things as well. Keeping that in mind, we ordered, Masaledar Murg Ke Parche, which was basically the name given to Chicken Tikka, Mutton Seekh Kebab and Chilly Chicken. All the three starters were good, the chicken tikka had a hint of mustard oil which gave it a very pungent kind of kick, although I don’t like mustard oil much, I loved the kind of strong punch it gave to the regular chicken tikka. The mutton seekh and chilly chicken was nice too.
Another place where I loved the tandoori starters was Spice Goa
For the main course, we ordered Butter Chicken and Dal Makhani which are supposedly the staples of Punjabi cuisine. They were nice, but I wish they were better. Maybe being a Punjabi myself, my expectations were set a little high.
Read about my experience at Masala House, and see how they fared
Nevertheless, our overall experience at Angry Sardar was quite good and I would definitely want to go back to try out more stuff and recommend a visit for sure.
North Indian, Chinese, Seafood
₹1,200 for two people (approx.) Exclusive of applicable taxes and charges, if any, ₹125 for a pint of beer (approx.) Cash and Cards accepted
878, Soronto Vaddo, AnjunaMain Road, Anjuna, Goa