very standard typical indian restaurant food serving punjabi continental and chinese fare.the ambience especially the inner dining room overlooking the paorama resprts is very good. in winter the mists can actually come drifting in.
Favorite Dish: veg angaare is an absolute must.good rotis and masala papdas.this place is extremely crowded during peak season so either go early or go late for your food it is very close to the market and at the entrance of mahabaleshwar from satara side
run by kashinath bavalekar a sturdy rustic marathi guy.this is a no nonsense eatry which will give u value for money.
all types of cuisine maharashtrian,gavthi(local),punjabi,chinese.
food is fresh whether u are in peak tourist season or off season.
the lawns and dining hall are modest loaction is rustic,but it is the wholesome quality of food that is the hallmark of this place.
the place is VEGETARIAN
ideal place for family gettogethers.starts with breakfast in morning and ends with late night dinner.
as you are enjoying piping food in cold weather a mist drifts across lending a romantic hue to the place.
Favorite Dish: zunka(chickpea+gram flour stew) bhakar(maharashtrian bread) pithla0chikpea flour stew) bhakar are the specialities.
nothing special its juat a small joint.ideal for backpackers.motorists after covering most of the mumbai wai segment may wish to pause before embarking on the last few kms to mahabaleshwar thro the ghats(mountainroad)
Favorite Dish: tea and cold drinks although the adventurous may try some indian fav like misal pav and onion crispies(kanda bhaji)
toilets are poorly maintained but just ok to use.
Templeview`s Rajsthani Daal baati Churma was a fantastic meal just greaat ....... Only at Hotel Templeview Mahabaleshwar
Favorite Dish: Sangir Ki Subzi, Daal batti Churma, Roota, Papad Ki bhaji, Gatte ki Kadi etc..... PURE VEG Cusine at Templeview Mahabaleshwa r
My Favorite-HOTEL ANARKALI RESTAURANT Others in the area are:- Veena Restaurant at the Holiday resort does good non-veg dishes at reasonable prices and beers are available.
The Imperial stores at the far end of Dr Sabane Road was once victualler to the Raj and now turns out pizza, toasted sandwitches, burgers, and other snacks.
The Meghdoot also on Dr. Sabane road, is popular for Gujrati, Mughalai and Chinese dishes.
The Poonam at the Shere Punjab Hotel on Dr Sabane Road has good non-veg food and the Nukkad next door is also popular.
Favorite Dish: I love the BUTTER CHICKEN and PEAS PULAO at Hotel Anarkali-The GUJU THALI is awesome. (see pic)
not really a happening place.you can have food jsut opposite the road at hirkani gardens which is much more attractive and delicious than this sorry state restaurant with exorbitant prices.
Favorite Dish: none