Ikk Panjab honors the undying spirit of the land of five rivers. It celebrates the food and cultural heritage of this pre-partition undivided kingdom. It is an initiative to bring a long- lost culinary paradise back to life.

Ikk Panjab honors the undying spirit of the land of five rivers. It celebrates the food and cultural heritage of this pre-partition undivided kingdom. It is an initiative to bring a long- lost culinary paradise back to life.

IKK Panjab is an initiative to bring a long- lost culinary paradise back to life

Panjab means the land of five rivers.(Panj : Five, Ab : Water). The five rivers that flow through this ancient land are Ravi, Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Sutlej which are all tributaries of Indus. Due to its location the kingdom was constantly under attack and invasion for centuries and was home to multiple empires like Mauryas, Guptas, Huns, Mongols, Mughal, British.

Ikk Panjab honors the undying spirit of the land of five rivers. It celebrates the food and cultural heritage of this pre-partition undivided kingdom.

REDISCOVER LOST RECIPIES

Ikk Panjab celebrates the food and culture of the undivided kingdom before vested interests broke up the ancient kingdom. Grandmas and royal chefs shared their culinary secrets that have been lost in time.

A delight to your senses, the chefs use authentic flavors and lost recipes that transport you back in time.

The recipes have been sourced from multiple cities and towns ranging from Lahore, Multan, Faislabad, Rawipindi, Islamabad, Gujranwala, Bahawalpur, Sialkot in East Panjab to Jalandhar, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Patiala, Chandigarh, Jalandhar, Bathinda, Hoshiarpur in West Panjab.

All in all, a multi-sensory experience of an opulent and colourful era.

Celebrate the food and cultural heritage of an undivided kingdom

Together let us master the essence of the traditional Punjabi Cuisine. The cuisine that developed over two-and-a-half centuries, thriving on sustained patronage of multiple kingdoms, ruled by different kings. Maharaja Ranjit Singh united these Sikh kings to form the Great Sikh Empire, which was divided along religious lines into West & East Panjab in 1947. This is when the cuisine first made inroads into Delhi and became the true definition of Indian food.

Ikk Panjab celebrates the food and culture by bringing to you a place of comfort where each visit creates a new memory. It is an earnest effort to rediscover the lost recipes of an era gone by.