It is that time of the year again when you make all your favourite women in life feel prestigious, more loved and most important. How do you plan to spend the day? Go out, shop, eat? Here are some of the finest restaurants in Pune which are quite popular and serve an array of cuisines so you have got enough to choose from. Check out our list of places that we highly recommend you spend some good time eating with your favourite people on women’s day!
How sassy do you think is The Sassy Spoon? The fun quotient on the menu lies in the house made Pois and Seafood that is quite an amazing meal because of Chef Rachel’s roots in Goa.
A lot of the regular range of appetizers includes French Fries Three Ways, Loaded Nachos et cetera. Although, some of the popular dishes include Gambas Prawns, Twice Baked Emmental Soufflé with Green Apple Salad, the desserts include house-made ice creams and Red Velvet Cake that is moist and decadent with the cream cheese frosting.
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This is the underrated restaurant but it is a haven for seafood lovers.
The Stuffed Bombil Fry and the Bombil Masala are 2 of the popular dishes on the menu, the stuffing includes prawns cooked in some coconut milk. Apart from all the regular seafood, the speciality also includes Fish and Seafood preparations which are narrowed down based on the choice of fish you love to eat. And then there are Oysters with Tandoori marinade or Butter Garlic style. if you are not a seafood fan, they also have Chicken and Red Meat Curries which are surely good but the stand-out quotient lies in the Seafood.
As the name suggests, the luxury, fine-dine restaurant is a haven for vegetarians and people who love to eat India on a plate.
Well, this is quite literally a luxury thali place that has over 30 different items on the really large and promising thali. It starts with Dhokla, 4 more appetizers to keep you going, a cool drink, lassi or chhas by side, then you have over 5 different vegetables from different parts of India covering up North to down South. To end the meal, they have over 6 types of sweets which are all made in-house. This is surely one feast which you guys need to be prepared for, as the Thali is not shareable.
This fancy restaurant offers some great stuff and is based on the multi-cuisine restaurant outlook.
From Italian Pasta to Continental mains and even Indian dishes: they have it all. It is only on your mood about what you would want to choose from this really diverse menu. Maybe a good mix of Italian Appetizers and Indian mains is a good choice for your Mum and your special one? The drinks menu is also quite classic but all things are done well.
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This is one great place for some Lebanese and Arabian food if you guys love it. The guys have nailed the cuisine well and you will be really happy by the end of your meal.
Apart from the regular fare like the Falafel, Hummus and Pita they have the Pide bread that comes loaded with different toppings. That is, in fact, Turkish style pizza with Zaatar spice which makes all the difference. The Mixed Grill Kebab Platters are nice and the portion sizes are quite a lot so it is easier to share with the favourite and most important women in your life!
The rather casual and a value-for-money setup of the classic, legendary Indigo Deli.
This is a bistro style of setting that offers just burgers, crazy shakes and some nice desserts. There are over 8 varieties in vegetarian and non-vegetarian each and there is ample of stuff you can get. They are all pretty loaded and the whole idea of value for money comes out live when you see the portion sizes in relation to the prices. All burgers are available under Rs. 200 and they are served with a small portion of fries and some salad. It is a great idea to eat some loaded American burgers without spending too much money.
The cuisine here is a great mix of North Indian, Mughlai and even Iran for that matter. All the 'Biryanis’ here are made in Iranian style and they are cooked for over 8 hours so the meat is tender and the flavour is very well infused.
The appetizers include an eclectic mix of Chelo Kebab, Tandoori Chicken, Reshmi Murgh and similar others. The sweets do deserve a special mention here because they are inspired by Iran and quite well balanced, without being too sweet. This is surely one of those very unique restaurants that offer North Indian and Iranian cuisine that is really delicious and well made.
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