Saoji and Varhadi food is fro Nagpur and Vidarbha region of Maharashtra characterized by spicy and intense masalas. Saoji Khamang is one of the best restaurants in Pune to have this food. Check out my review of their new Baner branch here.
ZETA is a new casual restaurant launched by Hyatt Regency, which replaces La Terrazza. They want to do away with the intimidating "5 Star Hotel" feel and give you a fun and classy experience that is affordable and approachable. Chef Anirban Dasgupta and Chef Rohit Chadha have created some fun and tasty dishes from various cuisines. The quality and exquisite taste remains but the food is approachable for a casual foodie.
The Gateway Hotel by Taj is hosting a Vietnamese Food Festival till the 31st of March. Check out my review for the same here!
For too long, vegetarian food as well as vegetarians have been met with smirks and been ridiculed as an unexciting, unimaginative and uninspired cuisine. Meat eaters, including me I admit, have viewed it as a lesser cuisine just good enough as a daily home meal or at the most, some cheap and cheerful street food.... Continue Reading →
The Flour Works is a very popular name in Pune and from the cozy streets of KP comes their second branch into the hustle and bustle of Salunkhe Vihar road. Lovely outdoor seating for pleasant evenings and a beautifully appointed space indoors. It oozes European charm with comfy sofas , long tables, a massive (and... Continue Reading →
If you didn't get it from the title, there are going to be a lot of potatoes in this post. The word 'Murph' comes from the Irish slang for potatoes. So a lot of the menu at Murphies, KP, is based around some interesting and quite imaginative recipes revolving around those little starchy balls of pleasure.... Continue Reading →
There are Asian restaurants that serve good food and then there are some that give you an out of the world experience. There are places that serve tasty but generic fare and some that really go out of their way to bring specialized ingredients and amazing concepts from far away lands and make sure they are... Continue Reading →
I was invited by Food Prowl and Hotel Shreyas for their Hurda Festival recently. I would like to thank both Hotel Shreyas as well as the Food Prowl team for the opportunity and the lovely evening. Hurda is basically tender Jowar stalks roasted over an open fire (traditionally dried cow dung cakes or charcoal). It is found all over rural... Continue Reading →