RamKrishna Hotel (Pune)

Ramkrishna officially known as Rama Krishna (RK) is one of the oldest and my favorite hotel in Pune. I am visiting this restaurant from past 12years. Food, Ambiance, location everything is great. So, if you’re looking for a pure veg restaurant in the core city area then ‘RamKrishna’ would be a great option.

This restaurant is located in the camp area, Pune which is surrounded by various shopping centers, malls and ideally a renowned place for hangout.

Food: This restaurant offers an exquisite vegetarian spread to satisfy your palate with various cuisines like south Indian, North Indian, Chinese, and Mughlai. You will get a variety of dishes right from breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner.

Ambiance: RamKrishna Hotel is located in a Victorian building which in itself gives a natural rustic ambiance. A decent ambiance offering two different seating area A/C and Non-A/C. They provide very spacious, huge seating area which can serve 220people at a time. Seating arrangements i.e sofa, chairs, table are comfortable. Overall you will get a very relaxing and fine dining experience here.

This place is great to visit with family, friends, and groups.  

Service: Service is good but might be slow during rush hours or weekends. Staff is very polite and friendly. Management of such a huge hotel is great, all things work very swiftly.

During my recent visit, I had a great lunch at Ramkrishna, Pune along with my cousins.

What we ordered??

Soups

Tomato soup and corn soup

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Tomato Soup: I had opted for tomato soup and it was good, tasty, correct consistency. many times tomato soups tend to be very sour in taste which was not the case. It had a balanced taste of tomato, salt and little sweetness to it. 

Corn Soup: though it was ordered by my other cousins, I just had a chance to taste it but it was good with an added variety of veggies giving a mild and suttle taste. 

 

Starter

1. Hara Bara Kabab: These starters were delicious and a good mix of ingredients. It was crunchy and were perfectly cooked from inside-out.  each bite gives you a great taste when combined with green chutney. It was sided with a nice salad.

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2. Corn cheese seekh kababs: Kebabs were tasty, and nicely stuffed with cheese, corn nicely blended with spices. sided with raw salad and chutney. 

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Main course

Veg Biryani: It was nice and good, not that great. rice as mixed well with veggies and masala but somehow the aroma of biryani and the typical taste was missing. 

(sorry, no pics before I could take any pic it was half over)

 

Cold Beverages

Iced Tea: yummyyyy!!! is the only word I could say. It had amazing flavors of tea, mint, lemon and perfect sweetness added. served in a nice glass, chilled & topped with mint leaves.

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We had a good lunch and time altogether.

Tips:

  • They have their own valet parking for two-wheeler as well as for four wheelers. 
  • They also a Banquet hall connected to this restaurant. which can cater up to 150 people. I personally had availed their banquet Hall and catering service for my sons birthday party. 

Address: MG road or Camp, opposite to Westend Theater or besides SGS mall, pune.

 

Note: This is not a sponsored post. All expenses are done by me. There is no advertising of any brand.

Disclaimer: The content of this blog is solely my views of a place and food. This is not to offend any class, religion, ethnicity or nation. My views can change from time to time based on my latest experience. I am an independent owner of this site and the views expressed in this are my own. All photographs are owned by me.

 

Till Then,

Stay Happy & Healthy!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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