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Colourful lanterns hanging from the ceiling, spaced-out seating, creative cocktails, and a beautiful choice of authentic recipes handpicked from the corners of Asia, including countries such as Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, and Korea – that is Malaka for you. You cannot help but notice the eye for detail in every dish here, be it the top hats (which are these dainty rice cups packed with a filling of smoked duck, herbs and sprouts), the zesty firecracker prawns (which are indeed a firecracker of a starter), or the Pho Chiru (a concoction of simmered mutton slivers coupled with aromatics such as cinnamon sticks and star anise among others, topped with crispy noodles). For main course, we would recommend the rich and velvety kari kapitan, which is laden with myriad delicate flavours and best had with their flaky, buttery garlic roti canai. Wash this down with a refreshing watermelon martini.
Went there for a special occasion & were pleasantly surprised with the amazing food & staff. The flavours were extremely authentic & the knowledgeable staff added to the experience. Definitely one of the best places to eat South-East Asian Food anywhere in India.
Malaka spice is one of my favourite food places for continental Asian cuisine. I always enjoy the red wine sangria. Singapore noodles and pad Thai noodles are recommended dishes. Chicken top hats are so yummy, I order them first always.
We had corporate party here. I really liked this restaurant.food is really awesome as well as service is very good.
I had visited their Koregaon Park (Pune) place several months earlier, where the service had been a disappointment to start with, but the food was great. Here, the food was excellent and the service was quick and attentive. We had the lunch buffet offering - my wife took the non-veg option while I took the veg and we were both happy with the food - me more than her, I think. That, and perhaps the fact that the interior is just a tad neglected - wall paint was slightly chipped in a couple of places - is why I refrained from assigning the fifth star. But for the food and service, I'd heartily recommend Malaka Spice Aundh-Baner.
We got a table at lower level of their two level restaurant. It was filled with artificially induced smoke all above us, a candle lit arrangement and view of the city besides us made it a very memorable experience. The food was also amazing , especially the sauces they provided with each dish. There was a Malaysian starter served on the house, which was very yummy. Pumpkin chips is a must try.
If you aspire to experience the vibrant Bohemian culture and superb food in Pune then Malaka spice restaurant on baner Road is ideal place to go. The elegant restaurant exhibits an array of artistic paintings and artworks. Malaka Spice has opened another iconic outlet in Baner, which has become the most preferred hot spot for the young crowd of Pune .The decor is so quirky yet typically Asian. The unusual ambience is created by brightly painted walls, superb Macau style floor tiles and large cut out screens. There are number of elegantly designed sections on different levels displaying their beautiful signature lanterns The pleasing aura is creative and unique and you feel as if you are in the beautiful Island. Lively music and well stocked bar highlights the stimulating ambience. Food at this restaurant cost approximately INR 1500 for two people.
Malaka spice restaurant offers an eclectic menu of exciting international dishes. It offers a unique dimension to Asian food in Pune. The menu includes perennial favourites such as excellently prepared top hats, spicy satay, laksa, juicy Thai mutton chops, fresh basil chicken, authentic Vietnamese topaz curry, and signature Malaka Penang curry. New dishes are introduced regularly namely Thai curry quinoa cakes, anchovy tempura served with a spicy chutney, the tasty quail samosa and exotic char grilled octopus. Vegetarian food is outstanding such as morning glory banchang and Thai eggplant stir-fry. Seafood is delicious including snapper, fish basa trout and mackerel prepared in typical Malaka Spice style.
The staff of this bohemian restaurant is professional. Service is top notch and prompt. You will get useful suggestions regarding your selection of food and wines from the staff. You can sit in its terrific ambience and enjoy delectable food or simply take food in this takeaway joint