Get free deal with every meal
Confirm booking in 30 second
No charges on booking cancellation
Maratha Samrat, located in Baner, Pune is a casual dining restaurant with elegant interiors that boasts off its wooden finish. They are known for their wholesome Thalis - ‘Chicken Thali’, ‘Mutton Thali’, ‘Seafood Thali’, ‘Egg Thali’ and ‘Veg Thali’. Apart from this, they have a selection of a la carte menu that provides some lip-smacking starters like ‘Kheema Masala Papad’, ‘Egg Pakoda’ and ‘Prawns Thecha Fry’. Other than this, they serve some sumptuous Biryanis and Pulaos- ‘Chicken Biryani’, ‘Sukkat Pulao’ and ‘Indrayani Pulao’.
Great place to get reasonably priced delicious food. Marathi food is rare in restaurants even in Maharashtra. Try bhakari and methi and zunka. Great place to try gluten free bread although it might not be suitable for those who cannot have any cross contamination of gluten at all.
Visited this place last week with one of my friend. It's located on Baner road. The restaurant does not have dedicated parking, you have to park your car on main road, ample car park available. You will be welcomed to the restaurant with simply face. Enough space with decent interior. On menu, you have Veg and Non Veg kolhapuri and varhad style dishes. We didn't want to have non veg that day, so ordered Varhadi Shev Bhaji and Kolhapuri Dal Tadka in main course with Jowar Bhakri. Also tried Tambda Rassa and Sol Kadhi. Food was delicious. Default is medium spicy. Portion was good.
We went for dinner with my family on the suggestion of my relative based in Pune. The ambience is very good and service is excellent. There is not much delay on getting your order once you place it. For appetizers we had Sol Kadhi and Mutton Tambda Rasa. Both the Sol Kadhi and Tambda Rasa are excellent appetizers. For starters we had Masala Papad, Pomfret fry and Kalla Chicken. I personally liked the rava coated Pomfret fry better than the Kalla Chicken. For main course we had Bhakri, prawn curry and Mutton keema fry. The Bhakri goes excellently well with the Mutton keema fry. I am glad I made that choice. For desert we had Malai Kulfi. Overall a very good experience of traditional Marathi cuisine. Will definitely visit again. I recommend it very highly if anyone is visiting Pune.
Maratha Samrat offers non vegetarian dishes of local Maharashtrian taste. The place is good for family and friends but not for big crowds. Space is limited but neatly managed. Waiting is long on weekends. Advance booking is recommended. Food serve is good. Taste suitable for rhe people prefer spicy and hot dishes.
I wanted to eat non-vegetarian Maharashtrian food and so we went to Maratha Samrat, Baner for lunch while I visited my family in Pune. 2/3 of us ordered a Fish thali and 1/3 a mutton thali. The fish thali had prawn fry, surmai fry, sukkat chutney (dried shrimps chutney), pomfret curry, chapatis, dahi kanda (a salad made of sliced onions and yoghurt) and plenty of rice. The surmai and prawns were very fresh and crisp (but not oily). The sukkat chutney reminded me of balchao and was beautifully fishy and spicy. I loved eating chapatis with sukkat chutney with a blob of the dahi-kanda. I have missed that fishy funk so, so much. The pomfret curry was fiery hot and hit all the spots that I have been craving for so long. My sister also ordered us sides of tambda rassa and pandhra rassa (Kolhapuri chicken and mutton stock curries) and they were divine mixed with rice. The fish was beautifully fresh, the curries spicy and hot and the heat hit me after lunch and I started sweating! I did not expect the food to be this good. Other people in our group had a mutton thali, which was also great! I cannot wait to eat here again