The ambience at Spiceklub Pune is warm and cosy, just perfect for a rainy day! Being a vegetarian restaurant they have a lot of options for Jains as well. As soon as you place your order, they get you a small crate full of 8 small glasses that have various accompaniments. It had green chutney, brown chutney, garlic dip, cabbage and radish salads, pickles, etc. Nannza is a must try I would say! Topped with cottage cheese it’s an Indian pizza filled with flavour. The cheese oozes out of the Palak cheese cigars and dipped with honey chilli sauce they are delicious. The Vada pav was disintegrated with mini pavs, potato filling in a mousse-like consistency, boondi, 2 chutneys and chilli garlic powder packed in a small bag that looked like plastic pouches. These pouches are edible.
With A Warm & Cosy Ambience,This Veg Restaurant Is Here To Cater To Your Needs
What Makes It Awesome?
What Could Be Better?
The Vada pav looks very fancy but does not taste that well. Dum biryani needs more flavour. The jain dum biryani just tasted like a sweet red gravy of some subzi mixed with white rice. Rabadi panna cotta can be better. Hygiene needs to be managed better!
How Much Did It Cost?
₹1,000 - ₹3,000
Best To Go With?
Family, Big Group, Bae, Kids