#PopularDemand: Your Quest For The Perfect Seafood Thali Ends Here

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Pune is synonymous with food, and the city has undoubtedly become a foodie’s paradise. And the more healthier non-vegetarian option, seafood has earned its pride of place in the hearts of Puneites.

Pune365 decided to take a tour of the ‘Fishy’ destinations in the city to curate a list of the ‘must try’ thalis on offer. From Fish thalis with freshly fried fish, steaming curry, spicy sukkha chutney, steaming hot bhakris to chilled sol kadhi, we found it all!

Happy Indulgence, and Bon Apetit !

Maratha Samrat

Maratha Samrat : Source: Trip Advisor

When it comes to authentic Marathi food the name that stands out in this segment is Maratha Samrat. This place serves a fine Fish thali, along with chicken and mutton thalis also. Each one, a treat. The place is recommended for die-hard fish lovers. Fish lovers ought to try their pomfret curry and prawns fry.


Camp and Baner.
Cost for two: Rs 900

Fish O Fish

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A tiny little place, that serves lip-smacking seafood, As the name suggests, they specialize in fish fry and fish thalis. You cant not revel in the fine aroma of the fish. Their thali includes fish curry in a typical Konkan style, Fish fry, Sukkat chutney that is a nice taste breaker and Kokam saar along with sol kadhi. Fish lovers must try their Prawns rawa fry and Surmai fry


Place: Kothrud
Cost for two : Rs 550

I’m Lion Strictly Non-veg

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The name says it all, they serve lip-smacking delightful seafood. An exclusive seafood meal destination for seafood lovers. Their thali consists of fried seafood, prawns curry, rice and neer dosa. The neer dosa with Goan gravy is mouthwatering and the fried Bombay ducks and prawns sukkha with coconut masala is worth trying.


: Bavdhan.
Cost for two: 800.

Fish Curry Rice

This is a heaven for fish lovers and they offer different types of fish thalis. They welcome you with a bowl of kokam sorbet and solkadi. Their fish thali is served with a gravy prepared in authentic Konkan and Goan flavours. You ought to  try their surmai fry that’s fried to perfection in spiced Rawa, and crabs too if you enjoy that.

Place: Law college road.
Cost for two: Rs 1300.


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Not only surmai here though! This place serves the widest variety of seafood in the city. Fish lovers should add this on their list. They have 10-13 different types of fish thalis which are prepared in malwani style. Enjoy three preparations in malwani style, along with Sukkha chutney and Bhakris. The Kolambi masala thali and Pomfret thali mustn’t be missed,, Do not also forget to try their wide range of fish fry too!

Deccan Gymkhana.
Cost for two: Rs 600.


#All images and prices are purely indicative and readers are advised to check details at the respective outlets mentioned. This is not an official Pune365 Review and is intended purely for reader information.

Ankita Malekar

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