Love for meat can never be weighed in the context of good or bad, holy or unholy, it can only be weighed as delicious. We’ve got you covered. These five places in Pune sell the best of beef dishes.
Your Hunt For Succulent Kebabs, Rolls & More Ends At These Eateries
Garden Seekh Kebab
Besides the famous, Garden VadaPav, is a small hawk-cart that serves some delicious, juicy and tender seekh kebabs which include chicken, mutton and beef. The beef kebabs here are offered at INR 40 per plate.
Probably one of the famous and oldest restaurants in Pune, Radio Hotel in Camp offers you a variety of dishes in beef such as beef biryani, tawa beef, beef rolls and much more, starting at INR 80 only.
The Food Cart Opposite To Radio Hotel
Right in front of Radio Hotel, near Shivaji market in Camp, is a small hawk-cart vendor who makes mouthwatering crispy beef samosas and cutlets. All of them starting at INR 15 only.
Near High Spirits
If you’re hungry after that maddening time at High Spirits, walk up to the main road leading towards Kalyani Nagar. Within 200 metres you’ll come across a quaint little cart roasting beef kebabs on red hot coal. Get a plate for yourself at only INR 35.
Off the menu, Malabar Spice in Viman Nagar serves some delicious range of beef dishes such as parathas, beef chilly, beef kheema and more all priced at a standard rate of INR 200 only.
Opposite 1000 oaks
This food stall opposite 1000 Oaks in Camp usually sets up by 7pm, and you’ll see customers driving up to this roadside joint to relish juicy kebabs that are grilled right there in front of them. Their tandoori chicken and roti, and chicken tikka kebabs are simple, satisfying and super affordable. A couple of tables allow you to sit and enjoy a meal on the footpath, but most customers prefer to eat in their cars or bikes. You'll spend about INR 200 for two here.
One of the most famous restaurants in Shivaji Market, Shahi Dawat is known for the juicy seekh kebabs that see customers lining up during meal times. The seekh kebab-tandoori roti combination is quite a hit. You can opt for a takeaway if in case you do not wish to eat here - the ambiance isn’t too fancy, and the restaurant tends to be crowded. A meal for two here will set you back INR 400.
Al-Hifazat Kabab’s & Caterers
The name says it all - they take their kebabs really seriously! With three branches in the city, Al-Hifazat Kabab’s & Caterers are known for their seekh kebabs that make for great comfort meals. You can sit here and eat, or opt for a take-away and it will only cost about INR 200 for two.
One of the oldest and most popular restaurants in Pune, Blue Nile has been known for serving some of the best biryanis in town. But if it’s kebabs that you’re looking for, order a plate of mouth-melting mutton seekh kebab and you’ll thank us later. A meal for two here will set you back INR 800.