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The Deccan Harvest restaurant,part of the Magarpatta Clubs and Resorts,is an open-air restaurant,with a separate barbeque kitchen and a stand-alone kitchen with separate cooking areas for vegetarian and non-vegetarian barbeque.

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June 6, 2009 4:36:58 am

Food harvest
The Deccan Harvest restaurant,part of the Magarpatta Clubs and Resorts,is an open-air restaurant,with a separate barbeque kitchen and a stand-alone kitchen with separate cooking areas for vegetarian and non-vegetarian barbeque. The guest tables have a square shaped opening in the centre,where a small barbeque pit with live coal can be placed. The pit has steel grills on top and is grooved for skewers to fit. With the starters being marinated in advance,once guests start coming in,they are put on skewers and inside the barbeque pit. When these are half done,they are served on the guest’s barbeque pit,where they can roast their own starters,according to preferences. The menu consists of an unlimited five-course meal priced at Rs 349 (without alcohol) and Rs 749 (with alcohol).

From the Thar
Having brought to Pune the cuisine,colours,sights and sounds of the Thar Desert,Chokhi Dhani,the Rajasthan theme village is now gearing up to entertain Puneites in the pleasant months of the monsoon. And as part of the events lined-up,there are 48 different ways in which you can spend an entertaining evening here. Symbolising authentic folklore and traditional Rajasthani cuisine,direct from the Thar Desert,the affair promises to delight all your senses. So,head here if you want the best of fun,food and festivities!

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