Authentic Maharashtrian Nonveg Cuisine

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    What Makes It Awesome?

    If you ask me where we can find authentic Maharastrian Non veg Cuisine then my answer will be  Hotel Shouryawada, Bet Gavakdcha, Pune. It’s a new addition to Pune’s Food Scene with some drool worthy nonveg delicacies cooked on Chul.
     
    Place & Specialities:
    SO Hotel Shouryawada is situated at Handewadi, around 20 kms away from Pune. This place is huge & from the entrance, you start getting those village vibes with old-time Wada like ambience, Bullock carts and other murals. Ample Parking, Spacious Sitting arrangement with separate family section, Courteous Staff are some of the key highlights of this place. They have Ala Carte menu consisting of a wide range of Veg & Nonveg Delicacies along with various types of thalis like Chicken Thali, Mutton Thali, Veg Thali etc  But it is Their ‘Raan’ (Chicken/Mutton) which is been talk of the town recently and also as I mentioned earlier, all dishes are slow-cooked on Chul which I personally confirmed by visiting kitchen on prior permission. There is the whole section dedicated to Bhakari Making on Chul by local women.. So you know when they say “Bet Gaavakdcha” they mean it.

    Food Quality & Quantity:

    Mutton Raan:  
    For those who don’t know, Raan is a Mughlai delicacy in which leg piece of Lamb is marinated in spices and slow-cooked in a tandoor for around 4 hours and the end result is soft & succulent meat which just melts in mouth. Here Mutton Raan was well marinated & cooked to perfection plus the addition of ghee & Chat masala while serving really enhanced the taste.

    Chicken Thali:
    Chicken Thali which consists of Chicken Sukka, Chicken Gravy, Alani Soup, Thecha, Bhakri and Rice. Alani was simply perfect, worked more of appetiser for me. Chicken Sukka tasted delicious with Jowar bhakri.. and Medium Spicy Chicken curry was perfect companion for rice. Ideal fulfilling Experience for single person.

    Mutton Thali:
    Similar to Chicken Thali, Mutton Thali consist of Mutton Gravy, Mutton Sukka, Alani Soup, Bhakri and Rice but instead of thecha they offer Mutton Lonche (Pickle) which is mutton kheema cooked with pickle masala..

    Taste of all dishes was up to the mark and very satisfying.

    Costing:  Approximately INR 1000/- to 1500/- for 2-3 people.

    So this place is highly recommended for all Non veg lovers. You will definitely Enjoy Maharastrian Cuisine in rural style with some Mughlai touch..

    How Much Did It Cost?

    ₹1,000 - ₹3,000

    Best To Go With?

    Family