If you’re tired of run of the mill boardroom meetings and eating in the cafeteria, then it’s time for a change. Be it a team lunch or a chance to charm a potential client; some business is best done over a smashing meal.
With a stunning ambience and food to match, we bring you restaurants and lounges that are perfect for your next corporate outing.
The Mugshot Lounge
A hep hangout that is a crowd puller on weekends, Mugshot is a lounge where you can treat you team. Be it the founder’s birthday or a successful project culmination, this place lets you party with your colleagues in style. You’ve got to try the Pasta, Margherita Pizza and Fish Tikkas. You can top off your meal with their Chocolate Mousse for a delightful dessert.
Where: Koregaon Park
Average Cost: Rs. 1,800
Snazzy décor, a lively bar and great music signifies Agent Jacks. It is especially preferred as a place to wine and dine out of town clients. Diners attest to relishing their Crispy Corn, Nachos and Pizza apart from their Pasta.
Average Cost: Rs. 1,300
BottleRock Restaurant & Bar
Their Butter Chicken is a corporate favourits as is their Gulab Jamun. The Dum Biryani and Murgh Platter are worthy orders and you must sample their Sea Food.
Average Cost: Rs. 1,500
Whether you wish to indulge with food or jig to the tunes as you get to know your colleagues better; Knight Riders is the place for you. Their Chicken Biryani, Paneer Lajawab and Manchurian is preferred by diners.
Average Cost: Rs. 700
3 Spices – DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel
The exquisite interiors set the mood for a spot of relaxation with your co-workers. This one offers you exciting twist on traditional fare with a Moong Dal Halwa, Dal Makhani or even Dal Bati Churma. However, for brunch meetings, you may want to taste their Pancakes and spectacular tea.
Average Cost: Rs. 1,500
#All prices mentioned are indicative and readers are advised to check with individual outlets to confirm rates. Images used for representation purpose only.
#This article is not an official Pune365 review of these outlets and is purely for reader information.
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