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A hybrid buffet and À la carte set-up here sees one ordering mains from a fixed menu, while starters come to the table and sides, desserts and so on are buffet style. The offerings highlight cuisines generally viewed as carnivore-lenient, such as South East Asian. There is fragrant Thai food employing plenty of basil, mushroom and bamboo shoot, a Cantonese profusion of soy and vibrant greens, Korean sees slow-cooked cabbage kim chi infusing flavour into tofu with spring onions and all-veg bibimbap, and the Singapore and Malay sections have a delicious dash of chilli coconut, curry leaf and coriander seeds and more. A ‘his and hers’ favourite menu lists out the recommendations of accomplished chefs helming these kitchens (including Jain fare). Do not sidestep the delicious Indian menu that showcases Punjabi, Rajasthani and Maharashtrian food.
Very Good tasty, refreshing food, awesome atmosphere, service is very prompt,Menu combination is also quite good. enjoyed a lot!!!!!!!
Hello. When i heard i am eating at shakahari my joy knew no bounds. This is one place stop for all your vegetarian cravings.This is an experience that has to be tried to believe. Ambience! The sheer majestic setting.The inter-active live kitchen.The full length crimson curtains.The silk pillows to sink in.Lovely sofas done in silk & comfotable chairs just scream after your meal,that now you need a siesta right here. Staff:Senior server vinod is hands-on & attentive.The entire service staff is well versed with the courses that start coming in & will explain dishes if you like. Food:Dahi ke kebab:These are soft,crispy with green peas mashed and added as a surprise factor. They hv light tartness.Perfect vegetarian snack Aloo nazakat:This is done in red marination.Done perfectly charred at the edges,tht crust is so desirable.The stuffing is filled to the brim with khoya & paneer mashed together & light spices with a hint of garam masala. Val muthia nu shaak:Val is a healthy pulse.This is an irresitable prepartion is made in red tomato gravy with very little curd.The flavours add a punch with the baby size muthia’s screaming pick me.They are crsip and mildly spicy.Muthiya have gram flour and fenugreek leaves. Kaju batata rassa:.Another hot favourite.This has king-size cashews with fluffy potatoes in red gravy.This has light spicing with a hint of black pepper Aamras: Aamras you read that correct.Smooth,velvety.Sweet & tangy with a dash of cardomon just to raise the oomph factor & the indian bread puri when it joins in that moment you know you have done something right! Gujarathi kadi:This is tangy.Typical in gujarathi house-holds.This is with ghee tempering.How can you go wrong. I say keep eating! Tarkari khichdi:This is comfort food at its bestest.It has carrot,frenchbeans,greenpeas.Yellow moong dal cooked with rice and vegetables with ghee drizzled on top.A beautiful medley of dal & vegetables Indian breads:They have puri,bajra nu rotla & amritsari stuffed kulcha. Zafrani mewa biryani:This is each grain of rice cooked seperatly as they say dana dana khanke.With again done in clarified butter the sautying of whole garam masala.A fragrant rice at its best which i savoured with the dal baati dal. Dal baati:This needs no introduction.In this the dal is made of lentils tempered with spicy tadka. Baati:Baati is baked made of semolina and whole wheat flour. Churma:This is sweet made with semolina and whole wheat flour. Mishtan bhandhar: Ohh yes!They have an entire room dedicated to the princely desserts.The choices are too many. You just cant stop at one dessert. The malai and paan kulfi are made in house and are served as kulfi falooda. R.M. Mr. Partho is one dedicated person who has been at shakahari right from the pre-opening.He is someone u cant miss.His smile just lights up the room, believe me you when i say this, you feel your a guest at his place as thtas how u will feel as he very lovingly cajoles you to eating more. Full marks on for his hospitality. The two chefs:Chef de cuisine chef gaurav conceptulizes the menu.He mentions as per seasonal fruits used in desserts and seasonal vegetables used in mains he curates the menu.Very dedicated chef Maharaj jai kishen:Humble,shy and someone who knows his ingriedents and his cuisine. Price factor:1200+ taxes.Open for dinner seven days a week.Open for lunch,dinner on weekends. Should u visit? After all this wonderful experience of mine that you read dont you want to make your table-booking? Happy Eating!
JW Marriott Pune is one of my favorite 5 star properties in town ! Always hustling with guests, offering them an amazing luxurious experience! Shakahari, has been one of the gems in their restaurants that offers luxury combined with royalty! Being a non vegetarian, this place still has my heart for bringing the different vegetarian cuisines of the country to one insane Thali Experience. The menu is curated for you to enjoy the various flavours of the country with a top notch hospitality experience. Fine cutlery including silver thalis with beautifully laid tables & a vibe transporting you to the royal palaces of Rajasthan ! Maharaj Jai Kishen has definitely poured his heart into curating a menu that makes you feel truly Royal! Food : Currently, the restaurant is doing a Gujarati & Punjabi cuisine focused menu with a mishtan bhandaar that can blow you away! The meal started with a traditional royal way of washing the hands at the seats & a plethora of starters including indian chaat, papads and homemade pickles. The dahi wadas were lip smacking & I couldn't help asking for some more! These Starters and Salads paired up with a dash Mango Pickle were on point! The main course included a variety of Gujarati sabjis with options of puris, kulchas to pair with & some Kadi! But, what kept us engrossed in the food was the daal baati that an absolute delight and was very comforting to the palate! A Misthan Bhandar that consisted of : Rabadi , Malai Kulf, Kesar Pista Kulfi, Gulab Jamun , Lychee Gulla, Moti Chor Ladoo was like a little bit of heaven in itself! If you have a sweet tooth, then this place is definitely going to be loved ! To complete, the whole indian meal was the paan ! Shakahari, blends traditional flavors & royalty with a hospitality of a luxury hotel giving you a memorable experience! The food transports you and leaves you with a memory to last of a royal indian thaal just like the maharajas !
Purely vegetarian. But if you don’t visit this place you are missing out. Unique concept. You are served on the table and every item served to you will be explained by the staff. Just don’t miss it because it is Shakahari.
Before starting with my review, I'd like to say that dining at Shakahari is more of a Royal experience and is something which I would highly recommend to everyone reading this review. Now let's get started. Shakahari, as the name suggests, is a pure vegetarian fine dine Indian restaurant. The hostess greets you with a smile before sprinkling rose water on you. Rose water is an essential part to welcome guests royally. As I entered, the first thing that came to my notice was the plush sofas, the elegant maroon curtains and the overall ambiance which makes you feel as if you have entered a modern royal palace. Coming to the food, Maharaj Jai Kishen, and Chef de Cuisine Gaurav lavishly craft the menu, and it changes every two months. For my table, I had a mix of Punjabi and Gujarati cuisine. After settling down, a big silver plate arrived and seeing the size of the plate I knew I was in for a huge treat. Now the real show starts where there are a host of servers coming over and serving you an array of dishes. Beginning the royal meal with the assortment of delicious cold and hot appetizers, out of which I loved the Handvo which is a Gujarati lentil cake served with green chutney and Subz ki Shammi which is a pan-fried vegetable kebab having a subtle flavor of cinnamon and cardamom. The mains are something like a never-ending flow of delicious food on your plate. Dal Baati Churma with ghee is something you should never skip when you visit Shakahari. I was overwhelmed as it tasted similar to the one prepared by my mom. Another homely dish was the Gujarathi Kadhi, a light, flavorful curry which I prefer drinking directly from the bowl. Kaju Batata Rassa had tender, soft potatoes with cashew in a tangy red gravy. I also liked the Val Muthia Nu Shaak which is regularly prepared at Gujarathi households. It is a delectable preparation of red tomato based curry with field beans, fenugreek, and gram flour dumplings. There were hot puris, Amritsari kulchas, and bajra no rotla to go with the curries. I was also served Tarkari Kichdi which is universal comfort food and goes amazingly well with the dal or kadhi. Ps. do not forget to add ghee to it. And yes! There is Aamras too for all the Mango-heads out there! After I got done with the heavy food, it was time for desserts. Shakahari has a dedicated desserts room called as the Mishtan Bhandar which is a literal translation to Sweets Repository. There are around 30 types of desserts awaiting to get devoured. Their kulfis are prepared in-house and served as kulfi falooda which cannot be missed. Your meal is not complete there. The final element is their Paan which also acts as a mukhvas. To sum it up as I mentioned at the start that dining at Shakahari is a Royal Experience which will keep bringing you back for more. The hospitality by Restaurant Manager Mr. Partha and his team is a cherry on top. Special mention to Mr. Vinod who took care of our table and made sure our plates were always full of delicious food.
If you want to enjoy eclectic vegetarian delights in Pune then Shakahari is the ideal fine dining restaurant. Ensconced In the remarkable hotel JW Marriott located on Sena pati Bapat Road, in Pune , Maharashtra, Shakahari is elegantly designed and stylish restaurant. The warm aura is created with amber colours and modern furniture. The beautiful detailing, Andaman wood dining tables, and fine upholstery makes this restaurant one of the most striking in Pune. You can enjoy with your friends or family in the private dining rooms. The place is open for dinner throughout the week and lunch only on Saturday and Sunday
Shakahari is known for its eclectic menu including delectable North Indian food, Asian vegetarian,Thai Japanese, as well as Jain and Marwari Indian food. The flavours of the food are authentic, appetizing, and healthy. Savour cool iced tea, blended flavours, and a vegan wine list. Relish delicious Scallion Pancake topped with tonkatsu, tasty Japanese mayonnaise, soft gyoza which is a pan-fried Japanese dumpling and Asparagus Leek and Shitake Mushroom Yakitori. The main courses here are served a la carte including Thai Green Curry with an eggplant bamboo shoot and broccoli. Lip smacking desserts are a part of the lavish buffet. The Baked Yoghurt with honey, Tub Tim Krob, Thai-style water chestnuts steeped in sweetened coconut milk rose syrup is simply a must have. Endless variety of flavours and aromas of vegetarian food will surprise you. Rajasthani food festival is very popular with spicy pakvaans daal, bati, choorma, bharvaan bhindi, sangri and Rajasthani deserts from mevar, and shekhavat and cooked with rajasthani spices are best. An average meal costs approximately INR 2000. For payment, cash as well as all major cards are accepted 2000
Courteous and professionally trained staff serves in this distinct Asian vegetarian restaurant. Shakahari is the best place to go to enjoy delectable and miscellaneous Asian and vegetarian cuisines with your friends.