What comes to your mind when you think of Maharashtrian cuisine? A burst of flavours? We bow down to the almost inexhaustible variety of street foods that the local kitchens of this mega state offer. From vada paw, misal pav to tamba rassa, each one of them is a gem.
Chef Srikant Gaonkar, who has hailed from Kolhapur with more than 30years of experience in for this Maharashtran cuisine from the 11th March to the 20th March at Oakwood Premier Pune is a master at Kolhapuri cuisine. The Kolhapur region is famous for its authentic white and red mutton curries as well as its traditional green chilly chutney.
The most attractive bit about the festival is in its entire authenticity, including cuisines from the regions of Kolhapur, Ratnagiri and Konkan. We also offer an array of specialties like Kolhapuri Mutton Masala, Chicken Maratha, Kolhapuri Tambda Rassa, Pithal Aamti, Shevga Varan and lot more.
Join us as we unravel some of the classics of Maharashtrian cuisine. Learn the art of Maharashtrian cooking & mark the celebration of Spices of Kolhapur which is an honour of a city that celebrates pride, camaraderie and fabulous dining.
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