Mystic Masala
Vivanta By Taj - Blue Diamond, Pune

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Restaurant Information

2500 ₹ 2500 for two
 Indian,North Indian Indian,North Indian
Today, 07:00 PM to 11:45 PM


  • 07:00 PM to 11:45 PM

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Vivanta By Taj Blue Diamond, 11, Koregaon Park Road, Pune

Insider Tips

  • The Maharashtrian menu brings local fare to a five star setting, with Varhadi khichdi, Kolhapuri kombdi cha saar, sevghachi amti, and pooran poli
  • Mystic Masala regularly hosts live performances by vocalists, so be ready to be serenaded by some ghazals or soothing folk songs over your meal
  • If in the mood to splurge, appetizers include a brilliant tandoori lobster and elaborate Baluchi raan, simmered in its own juices till dreamily tender

Critic Rating

Shweta Speaks Writer & Journalist


The ambience of this Indian cuisine specialty restaurant is minimalistic, overlooking a serene poolside. The North Indian menu here starts out with toothsome kababs, including the inimitable, rich galouti kababs, tandoori gulabi machali (salmon) and delicate murg kesari kabab. Order a basket of varied Indian breads next (the missi roti is delish), or the more unusual chilli olive naan to accompany succulent gravies. The singhada mutter curry marries the sweet crunch of green peas and water chestnuts into a yummy gravy, while the dal makhani is a resolutely creamy affair. The anjeer ke kofte are interesting, with reduced milk and cottage cheese dumplings stuffed with figs and spices in a delectable sauce. For non-vegetarians, the nehari gosht flavours lamb shanks with a light touch of fennel, while the brown onion pulao goes well with the Punjabi murgh makkhan masala – traditional butter chicken in a sea of tomato cream. Finish with a royal khubani ka meetha (stewed sweetened apricots), or soft gulab jamuns with a gulkand (rose petal) marmalade.

User Reviews

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(4.5) Overall Rating (Based on 83 reviews)

Nivedita S
Posted on : 17 Sep, 2018
Very good Indian cuisine, with live hindi music playing

Excellent food, very good service, attentive waiters, a large variety of food in the menu, this restaurant was perfect. Ambiance was good and they had a very good singer singing old hindi numbers really well. All in all a nice dining experience.

Ryan F
Posted on : 13 Aug, 2018
So many flavors!

Huge variety of flavors cooked with the just right spice level for the audience. Beautifully furnished and decorated. Bira beer on hand. Great evening out.

Posted on : 09 Jun, 2018
One of the best North Indian food Restaurant

Mystic Masala is one of my favorite restaurants in Pune. It serves authentic North-Indian and cuisine from Maharashtra. The ambience of the restaurant is quite good and relaxing. The staff are courteous and polite. Once you settle down, they serve complementary papads. In starters, we ordered, Hara Tawa Kebab (a soft and delicate kebab of spinach, chnna dal and a melange of aromatic spices, griddle fried), Khoya Khubani Ke Kebab (a vegetarian pattie stuffed with apricot and khoya) & Dahi Gujiya (Urad dal fritters, packed with raisin and cashewnuts, covered with yogurt). Hara Bhara Kebab was OK in taste, Khoya Khubani Ke Kebab was quite yummy & delicious. Dahi Gujiya was yummy too! In the main course we ordered, Mausam-e-bahaar (cubes of seasonal vegetable and grated cottage cheese cooked in spinach based gravy), Dum Aloo Luckhnowi (potatoes stuffed with a unique combination of cottage cheese, khoya and nuts cooked in traditional gravy) along with Sheermal, Luccha Parantha, Misi Roti & Phulke. Mausam-e-bahaar was good in taste! Dum Aloo Lucknowi was amazing in taste and very yummy, I have never tasted Potato gravy with a such a good taste! Sreemal, we tried something new and it's good in taste but it's too heavy and fatty, as it contains sweet and made of ghee. As a Biryani lover, we end our meal with Subz Biryani. Subz Biryani comes with thick Raita mixed with vegetables. Overall, I love the food of Mystic Masala. Great in taste! Cost wise, it's costly, but sometimes you can treat yourselves!

Sk K
Posted on : 17 Apr, 2018
Best Maharashtrian dishes

We were told that this is famous fire these dishes n uwe thought to try the same. We found it beyond our expectations. Staff at the restaurant particularly Mr Chetan was very helpful and informative in selecting the dishes as per our taste. We enjoyed the food and ambiance.

Minz D
Posted on : 29 Mar, 2018
An excellent Indian restaurant with regional delicacies

We had dinner last night at mystic masala - lovely ambience with a live singer. The choice of food ranged from usual north Indian/ punjabi flair but also with a great choice of maharastrian food. Highly recommend their local cuisine - it is not very well known outside Maharashtra but boy is it yummy! Fab fab restaurant and a must try when in Pune.

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