Maratha Samrat — Baner, Pune

A prominent restaurant chain in Pune, Maratha Samrat is now quite the crowd favorite when it comes to Thaalis and food from the Marathwada Region. Since we live in Balewadi, the Baner outlet was our option and it did not disappoint. Place and Vibe: We went on a Friday night, there was a waiting of 15 minutes and the families kept on pouring in and … Continue reading Maratha Samrat — Baner, Pune

Yomari — Nepalese Kitchen in Mumbai

With regional food doing the rounds in Mumbai, Yomari (Shashtri Nagar) comes as a good surprise with food from neighboring Nepal. How authentic the food is, frankly speaking even we done know, but do read on to find out more! The Place and Vibe: Small shop, only seating in the outside section so no air conditioning with a few tables around. Yomari gave a very … Continue reading Yomari — Nepalese Kitchen in Mumbai

Palolem and Panjim

Yes, yes this one has come too late, frankly speaking the Chef doesn’t really like Goa or Goan food. He’s never really had a reason to visit Goa as the three times he went before were with his school friends in the 10th grade and then twice with his parents. So this time around the Foodie took him to places which we are sure even the biggest “Goa” lover didn’t know of. We had 5 days and a lot to pack in, the main area we decided to hit were Palolem — Cotigoa and Panjim — Dudhsagar. Continue reading “Palolem and Panjim”

Cooking Made Sexy: Pomfret Tawa Masala Fry!

8 dishes on and you can notice that we havent’t moved on from our ‘South Indian’ food. Well besides the fact that our Chef LOVES this cuisine, its also something different and every dish is unique in its own way. Continue reading “Cooking Made Sexy: Pomfret Tawa Masala Fry!”

Satkar Rice Plate –Less Rice More Fish!

Well when one types best ‘Thaali’ of Mumbai, Satkar Rice Plate is a prominent feature of all the lists. This has been on our list for a long time, and we finally got a chance to go with a couple of the Chefs’ friends. Continue reading “Satkar Rice Plate –Less Rice More Fish!”