Gatari Amavasya is an informal religious festival celebrated in Maharashtra every year before Shravan is almost here, “Shravan” a holy month for many Hindus, where they usually refrain to have non-vegetarian food and alcohol. So they prefer binge drinking and eat their hearts out on this day of Gatari. So here is a quick round-up of best Chicken/Mutton/ Seafood according to us around Nashik city … Continue reading Five Non-Vegetarian Meals you can relish before “Gatari” in Nashik
Verdict: Goodness of Goodluck now in Nashik! Rating: 4/5 Table For Two: 300 Rs. Address: Chota Bite Nashik by Goodluck Cafe, Suyash Appt., besides Mahatma Nagar Ground, adjoining Dr.Hemlata Patil clinic, Mahatma Nagar road, Nasik 422007 Contact: +91 9881198292 Well, who doesn’t know “GoodLuck Cafe”, the most iconic eatery in Pune city? This place has been serving good food almost for a century and had earned a reputation for serving the … Continue reading Food Review: Chota Bite by Goodluck cafe, Mahatama Nagar, Nashik
Nashik is now getting warmed up in its pre-summer heat and people around the town seems to be getting off their houses to stroll the streets. In these warm evenings, nobody can control to indulge in some fatty, greasy and spicy food but sometimes, maybe sometimes guilt of the spending too much on food kicks in ;) so to make you guilt-free, we have compiled a list … Continue reading Cheap thrills in Nashik: Saste Khane around the city (Non Vegetarian )
1. Jhatka Pani Puri (Shaukin Bhel, Opposite Neheru Gardern, Shalimar, Nashik) This is an extra spicy version of every Indian’s beloved street food, Pani Puri. Comes with multiple spice levels. Note: handle with care and don’t drink water after eating rather eat something sweet. 2. Chana Jor Garam (Available on almost all famous streets and marketplaces) Well this spicy & sour street food needs no … Continue reading 10 of the best street food in Nashik you can’t miss and where to eat them
Gatari amawasya an informal religious festival of Maharashtra is almost here, we’re doing a quick round-up of Best Meat Thalis you can’t miss in Nashik city, Since the day of Gatari Amawasyawhich falls towards the end of Ashadh month prior to “Shravan” , a holy month for many Hindus, where they usually refrain to have non vegetarian food and alcohol. So they prefer binge drinking and … Continue reading Top 5 non-vegetarian thalis in Nashik city.
Divtya Budhlya Wada is your gateway to typical Maharashtra folk culture, located on Someshwar Road near anandwali “Divtya Budhlya” will take you to a typical folk style home.There ambiance reflects interiors of old wooden structured homes typically found in villages of maharashtra.As like their decor and ambiance they serves village style dishes which goes little infact way more than normal spice levels.
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Kheema is basically minced meet of lamb and often beef cooked/fried with ginger-garlic,onions and whole spices usually served for breakfast with “Pao”, “Parathas” or “Rotis” (Indian Bread).Use of whole spices gives it little fiery twist.Mixed culture in the city has its strong influence on cooking style hence each community has its own kheema recipies. This totally underrated meat preparation is however difficult to find in town we have … Continue reading Just Nashik food review: Best Kheemas in Nashik