Pune is truly a foodies paradise and we can never stop talking about the endless options a connoisseur of good food will find in this city…
Yet, there are some favourite dishes and combos that always rule the roost! And, topping the reader popularity list is the quintessential Fish Curry And Rice!
A taste that will linger around till the time you indulge yet again, the humble fish curry and rice has several variations that entice you with their unique flavours and tanginess-
Rawas Maratha Curry and Rice
Fish cooked in truly Maharashtrian style – a perfect combination of coconut, onions and in a tomato gravy with specific Indian spices and a well marinated Rawas Fish cooked with perfection, topped with fried onion and coriander.
Regulars say Janjira never disappoints when it comes to fish curries and rice. The outlet specializes in fish biryanis too, Yes you heard us right! Move over chicken and mutton biryani, taste the Rawas Biryani and Crab Biryani. They also have a wide variety of tandoori fish delicacies.
Place: Janjira Seafood Resto, LB Shashtri Road, Ganjave Chowk, Navi Peth, Sadashiv Peth
Cost: Rs 450
Pomfret Gassi And Rice
Fresh Pomfret Fish cooked in authentic Manglorian style. A special coconut and tomato gravy with loads of spices. Mahesh Lunch home is famous for their fish fry and fish thali but apart from their specialities, also available are Surmai, Halwam Rawas, Bangda, Crab and also a Prawn gassi.
Place: Mahesh Lunch Home, 18, Ashoka Pavillion, Near Lal Deval, Ambedkar Road, Camp Area.
Price: 425 upwards.
Caldin Curry and Rice
A non-spicy thick goan gravy cooked with any fleshy fish of your choice. Prawns, Surmai and pomfret can be cooked in Caldin curry- The curry is cooked in coconut masala, milk and goan vinegar, along with an onion-tomato paste and spices.
Served with buttered rice topped with fresh coriander. As the name suggest Café goa is true heaven for goan food lovers, Their menu is strictly restricted to goan food. Apart from fish curry and rice, the place serves amazing Fish fry ranging from Pomfret Masala Fry to Squid Masala Fry.
Place: Café Goa, Shop 3-4, Faith Center, Near NEXA Showroom, Sakore Nagar, Viman Nagar
Cost: Rs 320
Chettinad Crab Curry and Rice
The traditional community food of the Chettiar community in Tamil Nadu, this dish include a heady blend of spices, cooked well and served with steamed rice cooked in butter.
Coconut Grove Resto Bar has a wide variety of curries and starters cooked in different styles ranging from Kerala to Maharashtrian they have it all. Some of their famous curries are Rajamundri, Dakshni, Pulli Munchi, Kundapur curry, Malabar curry and so on. They have a huge variety of seafood options and is a favourite with sea- food lovers.
Place: Coconut Grove Resto-Bar, 408/B, Akshaya Guestline, Ambedkar Bhavan, Mangalwar Peth, Camp Area.
Price: 550 upwards
#All images and prices are only indicative and readers are advised to confirm with the respective outlets. This is not an official #Pune365 review and is only intended for reader information.
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