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Culinary Taste of Maharashtra - An Open Invitation

This is the reason they think that the food they eat is ‘Anna He Poornabrahma’ which means that they consider their food equal to the origin of the creation of life on the earth, that is, Brahma. For them food is everything and it must be worshipped by everyone. And for this reason before eating their food, people in Maharashtra believe in offering their food to the God for thanking him for giving him everything. Maharashtrian food covers a range from very mild to very spicy dishes. In festive seasons, sweets are an essential part of the food as they offer it to God. Ukadiche Modak is a sweet dish made on Ganesh Chaturthi and Sheera is made on the Satyanarayan Puja. Other popular dishes include puran poli and batata wada.

With numerous characteristics of this state, the one and the most important feature of this state is its delicious and enjoyable cookery food collection. Its food is famous all across the globe like its varied physical characteristics. When we move from the one part of the state to another part, the taste of food also changes as the process of food preparation and the spices used in it is completely different. If you ever get a chance to visit this Maratha state, do not miss an opportunity to taste the varied cuisine offered here and especially the most famous non-vegetarian dishes of Kolhapur. The food has its own unique method of preparation with an awesome taste that you will never forget. Once you enter this state, you yourself will notice the varied flavors and style of food in different regions that makes the whole eating process really enjoyable. Talking about the cuisine of Maharashtra, it is mainly divided into two namely, Varadi and Konkani. Both are different in their style with a lot of seafood and coconut flavors in it.

Specialty of Maharashtrian Restaurants

Seafood is an important ingredient of the Maharashtrian cuisine. Among seafood, the most popular among all is Bombil or commonly known as Bombay duck. It gives the best results when served crispy and batter fried. Other most common fish used is Mackerel or bangda. It is peppered with ginger, triphal and red chilies to bring out the best out of it. The traditional dish of Maharashtra is Pamphlet tribal ambience. In this traditional dish, unique taste of fish is obtained by cooking it in the gravy of creamy coconut. Another popular dish is obtained by barbecuing, stuffing or frying the Pomfret fish.

Other sea foods that are commonly used in making delicious dishes are crabs, lobsters, shellfish and prawns. One of the popular dishes made from prawns is sungtachi-hinga kodi which is prepared by adding special spices, asafetida in the coconut gravy.

If you are a vegetarian, then you do not need to worry as you will get varied styles of vegetarian food. Brinjal is the most popular vegetable used for making vegetarian food. The most common dish made from baby brinjal is by stuffing it with coconut which is known as bharlivangi. Another dish is Pachadi which is prepared by cooking brinjals with green and raw mangoes and then flavoring it with jiggery and coconut. Then if you want to eat some healthy as well as tasty, you can opt for patal bhaji. It is a sweet and sour dish flavored with groundnuts with green vegetables.

All these dishes are eaten with bhakris or boiled rice. Bhakris are a special type of chapattis made from the flour of rice. They are very soft to eat.

Maharashtrian food is incomplete without the papads. The most distinct feature of these papads is that they are served with chopped onions. These papads are fried and special spices and green chilies are sprinkled over it.

The most interesting part of Maharashtrian food is its desserts. It includes puran poli which is prepared by mixing gram flour and jaggery and then stuffing it in a roti. Other popular desserts are panpole ras, shreekhand and ukdiche modak.

Mumbai - The King of Street Food

Mumbai is incomplete without the street foods. Beaches of Mumbai are laden with a number of carts that carry a variety of street food. Pav Bhaji and Bhel Puri are the most enjoyed among all. Among other common street foods are Pani Puri (water balls), Bata Vadas (Fried Potatoes) and Gola Chuskis (ice candy). Desserts also form an essential part of street food. Saviyion ki Kheer, sooji halwa and phirni are common dishes that are served in the streets of Mumbai.

Famous Restaurant list of Maharashtra

Restaurant List



 Focus Building, Near Orchid School, Baner Road, Pune-411045

Zikomo Darshini

Mccia Building, J Block, Old Bombay Puna Road, Opp Sharayu Toyota, Bhosari M I D C, Pune-411026


316, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Near Central Bank, Camp, Pune-411001

Veranda Restaurant And Lounge

First Floor, Atria, S No-182, Baner, Near Shiv Sagar Restaurant, Above Icici Bank, Pune-411045

Chinese Room

2434, East Street, Camp, Next To Wonderland Building, Pune-411001

Inn-Venue Hospitality Management Private Limited

32-A/1, Chyphen, Hadapsar Industrial Estate, Solapur Road, Hadapsar, Pune-411013


Shop No 24,West End Riverview,Nagras Road, Pune-411007

The Great Punjab

1a/B, Sai Empire, Baner Road, Pune-411045

 Daabha Sher-E-Punjab

 56/2 S No 23, Alandi Road, Near Pathan Shah Durgah, Kalas, Near Pathan Shah Durgah, Pune-411015

 Kimling Chinese Cuisine

 Shop No 101, Gera Junction, Lulla Nagar Crossing, Kondhwa Road, Pune-411048

  Flags Veg World Cuisine

Flags World Building, Opposite Chincholi Fire Station, Near Inorbit Mall, Link Road, Malad West, Mumbai-400064

 Shahjis Paratha House

12504/4, Opposite Santosh Bakery, Apte Road, Deccan Gymkhana, Pune-411004

 Cafe Royal

S 46, Phoenix Market City Mall, Lbs Road, Kurla, West, Mumbai-400070

 Mahesh Lunch Home

18, Ashoka Pavillion, Near Lal Deval, Dr Ambedkar Road, Camp Area, Pune, Opposite Mittal Court, Pune-411001

 Eden Dourl Restaurant & Bar

Eden Hall Building, Dhotre Chowk, Opp Om Super Market, Model Colony, Deep Banglaw Chowk, Shivajinagar, Pune-411016

 Blend-N-Brew Restro Bar

Hotel Plaza, 70 (O), Central Avenue Road, Chembur (E), Ambedkar Garden, Mumbai-400071

 Naivedyam Restaurant

494/5, Mitramandal Chowk, Near Sarasbaug, Pune-411009

 The Great Punjab

 5, Jewel Tower, Lane 5, Off North Main Road, Koregaon Park, Pune-411001

 Cafe Eastwood

Shop No 5/6, Chintamani Pride, Near City Pride, Kothrud, Pune-411038


Dsk-Ranvel, 4th Floor, Next To Axis Bank, Bavdhan, Pune-411021

Sufi 's Garden Restaurant

Opposite Gulmohar Habitat, Salunke Vihar Road, Salunke Vihar , Pune-411040

 Abhishek Veg Restaurant

Nirmiti Eminence, Near Mehendale Garage, Off, Karve Road, Erandawane, Near Mangeshkar Hospital, Pune-411004


 Near Konark Campus, Rajiv Nagar North, Opp Konark Campus, Viman Nagar, Pune-411014

 Sukanta Pure Veg Indian Thali

636, Pulachi Wadi, Deccan Gymkhana, Near Z Bridge, Off J M Road, Pune-411004


Kings Sports,Row House No 7,Near Datta Mandir,Viman Nagar, Pune-411014


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