Tandoori Gulaabi Machli at Mystic Masala
Kebabs can withstand the presence of foreign meats as well as Indian ones. The kitchens of Mystic Masala combine Indian spices lovingly with foreign fish like salmon to create this wonder of a dish. The salmon is cooked in a clay oven, making it completely suited for Indian tastes.
Chicken Sholay at Lazeez
Contrary to the name, the kebab is a subtle preparation made for connoisseurs. The gently spiced chicken is coated with eggs to enhance the flavours and make it whole. Blame the complex preparation on the Hyderabadi style but enjoy the flavourful result.
Lasooni Dhingri at Makkhan Maar Ke
Why just meat, vegetables lend themselves to make unusual kebabs too. The Lasooni Dhingri is a preparation of cheese-stuffed mushrooms that are stewed in a pungent garlicky sauce to add oodles of flavour into it. Here’s a delight for everyone that is sure to impress the taste buds.
Chicken Paprika Kebab at Rainforest Resto Bar
If foreign meats make a good kebab, why not foreign spices? The warm heat of paprika is what makes the Chicken Paprika kebab at the Rainforest Resto Bar so unique and delicious. The chilly combines with the chicken to make a kebab that is not quite so spicy, yet delicious once tasted.
Murgh Lababdar at Makrana
The Murgh Lababdar is a famous dish and no one makes it better than Makrana. The chicken is tenderised with cream to make it soft before it is introduced to the grill to make the flavours ooze out. When it comes to kebabs, Makrana serves wonders that are charred to perfection.
Lagan Ki Boti at Spice Kitchen
Mutton is a traditional meat for kebabs and Spice Kitchen completely takes it to a new level in Lagan ki Boti. It consists of lamb cubes marinated with spices and yellow chili, making it as exotic as it is traditional. The chili lends itself brilliantly in this preparation, making it the star of this dish.
Bhatti Murgh at Sigree
You know kebabs are a serious affair when it comes to Sigree. The chefs here make a rustic preparation called Bhatti Murgh. It consists of juicy chunks of chicken which are marinated in mint and green chillies before grilling on a griddle. Don’t go by the name, the tastes of this dish are fabulous.
Noorjehani Kebab at Club Delhi
The make of this kebab is delicate yet flavourful, going by the person it is named after. Club Delhi masters this Iranian influenced dish and presents it to the kebab-loving crowd of Pune. Try one yourself to find out what the fuss is all about.
There you have it, the collection of Pune’s most decadent, melt-in-the-mouth kebabs. Did we miss your favourites? Let us know in the comments below.