After making it’s mark in the other outlets.Spiceklub is open in Pune .They serve Indian delicacies with a Molecular twist.
SpiceKlub whips a scrumptious range of delicacies from different parts of the country. Introducing all the foodies to a stunning range of molecular cuisine is a style which embraces sensory and food science borrowing tools from the science lab and ingredients from the food industry.
Why visit them ?
SpiceKlub aims at creating a fusion Indian taste with each dish served. The menu has several innovative items in the mocktails, appetisers and dessert sections, along with creativeness in the mains. SpiceKlub offers arguably one of the most creative styles of cooking.The everyday recipes and the street food renditions are presented in a completely distinctive style making it look all the more attractive.
The ambience at the Pune outlet is beautiful and gives you the feel of a classic Indian restaurant .
They start with getting a platter of Jain and non Jain chutneys
Jain chutneys -Red capese mayonese yogurt,Walnut
Chunda ,raw mango cashewnut gud
And Sweet tangy tamarind chutney
Non Jain-Mint chutney,
Yogurt red chilly garlic chutney,
Panchrangi pickle mix,
Black olive chilly picklt and
Raddish mayonese yogurts walnuts.
Each chutney had a unique and excellent taste.
We had the following appetizers/starters
Papdi chaat with Coriander foam ,sphere Chaat ,Dahi wada bhalla .
Everything had the Indian taste of ‘chatpata’ and this Kickstarted our wonderful meal.
We also ordered Paneer tikka with coriander foam which was wonderful in taste.
For Main course we ordered the recommended Paneer kadhai with laccha paratha and butter roti .
Not only was it stomach filling but it was stomach satisfying too 😉.
Some foodgasm for sure !
Along with the food we tried two mocktails which were jamun punch and kaala khatta mojito .
They were very tasty and showcased the unique taste which spiceklub offers.
Brimming with sweetness and molecular wonder their bubbling kulfi is love at first sight.
On a platter strewn with petals and with the number of toppings such as blueberry, chocolate and caramel and Chocolate Soap Bar,the kulfi was served frozen(-192 degrees) in a open mouth flask with liquified nitrogen.
To wrap it all Spiceklub is a must visit vegetarian restaurant to experience morden Indian cuisine .
Recommend for kitty parties,family outings and casual dinners .
When are you visiting this outlet ?
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