Thali has become a rage nowadays. There are many options around Pune if you are finding the unlimited Thali. Shahi Bhoj is one of them which is quite famous and serving for more than 34 years. It is a great thing that Shahi Bhoj outlet is located at the crowded place of Pune.
The ambience is pleasant and nice which can make you forget your office tensions and can keep your mind calm. They serve unlimited thali which cost approx ₹360. They have a big thali which overflows with the dishes they serve. Almost 6-7 types of sabzis, 3-4 types of dal including their famous kadhi, 2-3 types of Rotis, 2-3 types of farsan, 4 types of chutneys, 2 types of rice, 3 types of sweets and 2-3 types of drinks.
On my visit day, they have Buttermilk which was perfect in Taste, Limbu pani the one which was made up from real lemons instead of using some syrups and the Jal Jeera which was not up to the mark. In sabzis methi paneer was delicious, potato sabji too was good and the gawar sabji was good. About their gatte ki sabzi then it was not up to the mark so I didn't like it. Talking about their Dal bati then it was not good at all, bati was not crispy the dal was not sweet and spicy hence didn't like it. The Bundi Chura was good in taste. The jalebis were too hard from outside as well as from inside hence again didn't like it. Talking about farsan then it was really good.
Dal rice was good in taste. But the dal khichdi was not containing any salt in it, after sprinkling some salt it tasted awesome. Talking about their Aamras which was presented in an offseason, resulted in a disaster. The pulp was not at all of the real mangoes, the taste of syrup can be easily guessed after eating. So I'll suggest the management to take care of this. If you don't have that perfect thing then give something else instead of it. About their service then it was good and well managed.