Trikaya is a legend in Pune’s food circles and the presence of the Swirlfest takes it a notch higher. Try the crisp taste of Sula’s wines with the Pan-Asian menu of the restaurant and do let us know the winners.
Baan TaoOne of the newest places to eat and Baan Tao has already generated a buzz in the city circuit. The classic Asian menu is paired brilliantly with the wide range of red and white wines, all under one roof. Go for the crisp Chardonnay or the fruity Shiraz or opt for the special blends.
Pune’s very own piece of Italy is a haven for wine lovers. The place serves authentic Italian wines along with the cuisine and their expertise extends to making their own brew. Try the House White with one of the signature dishes here.
The Great Kebab Factory
Blending two intense cultures in the form of kebabs and wine is unique, though not unheard of, in Radisson Blue. The taste of red meat accompanying a glass of wine is perfect for a fusion of flavours.
Another Italian favourite, Dezio’s reputation is probably what attracted Sula to include the place in the festival. Try some classic wines with the food here, served as a beautiful form from flavourful Italy.
Don’t go by the name, Little Italy is a popular eatery that has wooed Pune just the right way – with a lot of panache. Combine the delicious flavours of wine with some of the signatures served here: Pizza Napoli and Pasta Don Vito. A wonderfully happily ever after!
Easy name, but a serious place. Food Story serves delicious Mughlai food for connoisseurs of the cuisine. Try their special Katchi Akani Biryani along with a selection of the sparkling, white or red wine.
The delicious menu of Syrakko perfectly complements your choice of drink. The intense flavours from the world are perfectly complimented by the red, white and rose wines served here. Try the house speciality – the Mediterranean Risotto – we assure you won’t be disappointed.