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
1. Scribido Campus (Education/E-Learning/Edu-tech) / Visit Website Scribido Campus is an Indian Education Services company that aims at creating Young Journalists by giving English education for schools through Custom Newsletters, Events & Training. Another service that we offer is we develop mobile applications for companies & educational institutions, making their functioning smoother and easier every step of the way! The company was launched in 2014 … Continue reading 5 Nashik based Startups You Probably Haven’t Heard Of
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.
We recently had one of our first foodies meet to build an active community of food enthusiasts around Nashik and “Utsav Fine Dine” gladly hosted all of us last the weekend. The reason to had this kind of meet is to encourage people (read foodies) to share their views, opinions and feedbacks about multiple restaurants, dishes we get here in Nashik, As all of us … Continue reading Foodie’s meet at Utsav Fine Dine, Gangapur Road, Nashik
Culture Kitchen has started serving Marathi Brunch from last week; you can enjoy two different Misal variations every week along with some lip smacking Marathi snacks like Poha, Thalipeeth, Batata Wada and beverages like Taak, Sarbat etc. This scrumptious all you can eat buffet will be available from 8.30 AM to 12.30 PM at Culture Kitchen, Soma Vineyards every Sunday. So head over this Sunday … Continue reading So Marathi Brunch at Culture Kitchen
Verdict:No ambiance No Fancy Setup, The place to cure your hunger pangs. Rating: 3/5 Table For Two: 200 Rs.Address:Panchwati,old Nashik Your usual expectations of restaurant will be ceased as you entered in “Jayesh Khanawal” .Located in messy lanes of panchwati ,old nashik, “Jayesh Khanawal” appeals to all those meat lovers who specially prefers home made meat preparations. Chicken/Mutton(Lamb Meat)curries with secret spices and dry meat … Continue reading Just Nashik food review : Jayesh ,Panchwati Old Nashik
Read our reviews of nashik restaurants and eateries Street food is the most influential part of any City’s food culture! The kind of street food available in any city depicts the culture of city also. If the city is fast moving then the must be of a kind that can be eaten easily while going to work like the one is in Mumbai.But , if … Continue reading Street Food of Nashik you can’t miss.