For most holiday-makers, a great holiday is one which also takes them on a memorable culinary adventure. A feast for the taste buds is always appreciated by guests, irrespective of the main reasons behind their vacation choice. Keeping that in mind, the location of our Panchgani resort is a perfect one of sorts. Because at Ravine Hotel, you can just as easily dine in at the Melting Pot restaurant or find other equally good options just a short drive away.
Ravine Hotel’s in-house dining experience at the Melting Pot is an interesting one. You are left with a tough choice – whether you should admire the view or if you should appreciate the food first. Melting Pot is a multi-cuisine restaurant that has a wide collection of tasty Asian recipes (including North Indian and Hyderabadi), and an equally interesting menu featuring Italian and Mediterranean dishes. The desserts and fresh cakes are tempting as well. You can choose to dine indoors or you could have your food outside amidst the quietness of the valley and the occasionally drowning fog.
Facebook: Melting Pot Outdoor Dining – Ravine Hotel Facebook Admin – Panchgani, India
Mapro Garden provides such an unforgettable culinary experience that it is actually a must-visit tourist spot for every vacationer in Panchgani! Enjoy freshly baked bread sandwiches that are made right in front of you in an open concept kitchen, and made-from-scratch pizzas that are baked in an authentic brick oven. Mapro Garden offers food lovers many delights. Of course, the standard fresh strawberries with cream and hand-churned ice cream are a must before you leave.
Stock Photo: Italian Delight Pizza – Sayali Patil – Mapro Garden, India
If you have a car, it will take you less then 15 minutes to reach Rustom’s Strawberry Inn from Ravine Hotel. It is best to go when you are famished because the food will leave you licking your fingers and plates. If you are bored with the usual biryanis and naans, this cozy, outdoor diner serves authentic Parsi food. This clean and simple, no-frills place serves a killer vegetarian dhansak and chicken sali.
Wikimedia Commons: Vegetable Dhansak with Brown Rice – Aparna Balasubramanian – Panchgani, India.