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The soul of Addah lies in its uber-romantic setting. A slight nip in the air, feet dipped in lukewarm pool water, ornate chairs with ethnic motifs, lilting instrumental music and a sprawling view of Pune city bathed in twinkling starlight – this is as dreamy as it gets. Even more intriguing is a vegetarian starter named bhune hue anjeer, which is basically mustard-coated smoked dry figs – lip-smacking! For mains, stick with the classics and order 'Gosht Nihari' with a luscious 'Missi Roti', and round off your meal with some cold, milky popped 'Lotus Seed Kheer'. Ambience is king here, so service can get a bit laidback – then again, Addah is not a place for a ‘quick bite’.
Had planned nice evening for family dinner that was fiasco when we visited Addah. Our decision was on basis of google review for ambience. Basic rooftop restaurant with pool and wooden flooring with white furniture common nowaday's across with blue neon lighting. But the most disappointing part was food. Preparation was so dull taste was very strong on upleseant side and portion size was so mini. Some how ambience lighting from entry to lift and within lift was so poor and badly maintained. I was asked to pick up the car away from porch as the design issue for exit route. One word.. avoid.
Romantic place... rooftop....Full Bar.....Tables around swimming pool make dinner more special. Food is amezing. Lil expensive.. but worth to try for some special occasion.
We went there for dinner, did a reservation on sunday for 8:30. Place was perfect for romantic dinners. Vegetarian options were limited in all menu, however, everything tasted fantastic. Loved the music & the city view from the roof top restaurant. The entrance is also fantastic from The O hotel. Drinks were okayish, lightings were little less to me. We enjoyed a lot. Would love to go back again.
have the RAAN , meats are to die for, with assortied rotis and the atmosphere of the sky above. put feet in water and gaze the stars
we had stayed in the same hotel where Addah is on its roof. even if we were in-house guests, we didnt have any preferences over their regular customers.
After a while the need to dine in open air gains a unique attraction for patrons who gets tired of eating in four walled constricted environment. And Pune city has such beautiful weather to accommodate the al fresco dining. Add a pool to it and what you are left with is a stunning looking restaurant ‘Addah’. This lovely restaurant is a popular choice with families and couples who adore the rooftop location from where they get a fabulous view of this magnificent city. This open rooftop restaurant at The O Hotel, Koregaon Park enjoys an enchanting pool with stylish comfortable furniture dotted around it. At night the entire space is lighted up with Moroccan lanterns and colourful lights which transforms the place into a lively one. Crispy cool breeze wafts through the roof while you sip on your drink and nibble delicately on the appetizers. Small gazebos are etched up in various places to create a private dining space for a large party. The couples especially enjoys the romantic dream like aura of the place.
The leisurely ambience of the place compliments the cuisine it follows which is authentic North-Indian fare. The richness and opulence of the cuisine is balanced well by the cool open air setting. The chef has composed a wonderful menu showcasing classics and signature dishes, all of them prepared beautifully. Give him a chance to dazzle you with his mad skills and out-of-the-box ingredients. He is known for using simple ingredients and giving them a unique twist. Take his bhune hue anjeer for example where he coats the juicy figs with mustard and smokes them. Enjoy eating at Addah by starting with murgh tulsi tangri, tamatar dhaniya shorba, sikandari raan, hara makki kebab, jhinga Nisha, lahori khatte aloo, macchli tikka achari, baadam aur chilgoze ka shorba and seekh kebab hussaini.
Coming to the main part of the menu which features deliciously spicy curries like gosht nihari, murgh shahi korma, rajma masala, methi mutter malai, aatish-e-chaap, akha makki palak, methi magaz, dhingri dulma, gobi mussalam, amritsari jhinga curry, bhindi masala, paneer khada masala, methi garlic fish, diwani haandi, murgh khurchan and murgh changezi. Combine mains with gosht biryani, methi paratha, gucchi Makai aur akharot ki biryani and kalonji naan. As a sweet course end with kulfi falooda, ilaichi jamun, baadam halwa and makhane ki kheer. Addah is an expensive place but go for ambience alone.