Located right at the top of Rambaug Colony Hill, Wood Fire Grill has been offering mesmerizing views along with scrumptious food to Pune.
So when I got a call to be part of the new menu tasting at Wood Fire Grill, I was excited AF.
Chef Rajan who helms the team in the kitchen is a much celebrated chef who believes in nothing short of utmost perfection in his dishes.
The Murgh Badami Shorba was a delight while the Taimuri Shorba felt a little too tangy for me. Made with the jaws of the lamb, it had some strong flavors though.
|Murgh Badami Shorba and Taimuri Shorba|
The Murgh Akbari Kebab had good marination but the chicken itself felt a little under. The Paneer Nagouri Kebab, on the other hand, had some soft pillowy paneer chunks. Absolutely delicious. #YumYum
|Murgh Akbari Kebab|
|Paneer Nagouri Kebab|
The Mutton Galouti was slightly spicy however sang a wonderful tune. Served on a piece of papad, it was a perfect combination of soft and crunchy. #DeliciousDelicious
The Corn Makai Seekh was surpringly not too dry and retained some of the moisture which made it a pleasure to eat. The Jhinga Dum Nisha looked gorgeous and tasted equally yummy.
|Corn Makai Seekh|
|Jhinga Dum Nisha|
The Mutter Pudine ki Seekh unfortunately was a little doughy and bland.
|Mutter Pudine ki Seekh|
The mains included Dahi Kali Mirch ka Murgh, Mutton Korma, Keema Kaleji Masaledar, Konkani Fish Curry and Dal Dum Bukhara served with an Indian bread basket.
The murgh had some unusual curry which was a wonderful combination of cool and spicy while the fish curry was flavorsome. And with experience at ITC Bukhara, Chef Rajan certainly knows how to cook a mean dal dum bukhara. And this was one of the best I’ve tasted in a long, long time. #YumYum #HighlyRecommended
The Beetroot Halwa is a traditional family recipe curated by Wood Fire Grill owner Sachin’s mother and it was delectable. Made with less sugar, the halwa tasted heavenly when served hot. #HighlyRecommended
The Double Ka Meetha was a tad too sweet for my palate, though.
|Double Ka Meetha|
Wood Fire Grill has been a popular spot for family dinners as well as a hangout spot for friends and with the new menu, they have simply upped their game.
A big shout out to Rutuja for inviting us and Sachin and Team Wood Fire Grill for hosting us.
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