Maadjaapaahit Reviews and Ratings - Shivaji Nagar, Pune
by Kalpana Gupta
Firstly Love the ambience and service. Also loved their soothing music. It's a new concept to offer south East Asian food through history. Coming to the food, it has food from 8 countries! Unlike others, they have maintained the authenticity while being tasty. We tried the Tom Yum Soup, Veg Momos, Fish Satay in appetisers. Veg momo was yum. For maincourse we ordered Pad Thai, Nasi Goreng and Khaw Phad. Pad Thai and Khaw Phad was nice. I totally enjoyed my meal and will recommend this place to all Asian food lovers. Also this place will brush up ur knowledge on Asian history! Staff was warm and knew their food well.
by Ila Ragade
Its a real pity that this place may close down soon. There are many reasons why this place is losing out on business, but that doesn't really matter as long as the food is awesome and the ambience is groovy. If you love Asian and other related cuisines, please flock to this place!! It will be a loss if we foodies lose such a place!! I have never ever eaten such tasty food in my life! When you look at the menu, there are not more than three or four dishes from each region for each part if the meal (appetisers, main course, desserts) but I can assure you that each of these dishes will be spectacular. Because of the govt ban, there was no alcohol available, so we decided to go for a soup. It was the best decision ever!!!! Please do note that they have a good serving size, so especially while going for a soup, go for a one by two ir else you'd be too packed to eat anything else. We had ordered for a lak sa (this is how it's pronounced i don't know how it's spelt) and it was the most comforting soup I've ever had. Its coconutty, has soft rice noodles, is packed with veggies, has a spicy touch and yet gives u a pleasant sweetness. I will be coming back here for more for sure. The next favourite thing we ordered was the naasi goreng (again, not sure of the spelling) which is something like an Asian prawn pilaf, but it's heck of an awesome Dish. The flavours that this dish packs are intense. Its a dance on your pallet. The green Thai curry is also awesome , but be aware that the green Thai curry and the lak sa are very similar, so you can go in for another main course if you like. But honestly, i loved the green Thai anyway. It was wholesome and tasty. ❤ I had a pana cotta kind of dessert for the first time here: mango pudding. It was slightly wobbly (in an attractive sense) and the texture was even. Its not too sweet and has a nice mango flavour. I really liked it a lot. 😘 The other dishes we ordered were crab spicy fry and a peanut sauce salad which were both good, but not as awesome as the above mentioned dishes. I exhort u guys to visit this place.
by Shyam Malpani
If you are in Pune and love Asian food, this is a must try place. Amazing ambience and service to begin with. The food is another experience in itself. A unique concept with well trained staff who help u to decide what to order as per your taste buds. The place is fine dine but the prices are very value for money. Loved it!!
by Ritesh S Srivastava
Absolutely a treat, the food at this place is indeed authentic . The taste was good, the service level we're top notch. Under promised and over delivered. A humble place in the corner of the pride hotel serving some delicious cuisine for 12 countries Highly recommend....
by Rahul Kamboj
I happened to come across this restaurant through the reverant Badal Saboo. Had ordered for a Char Kway Teow which is a Malaysian Main Course and was plesantly suprised by what turned out to be one of the best Malaysian dishes I have tasted so far. Though had expected a more blander taste but the Chef had made sure that one would leave with some real spiced up taste buds. Kudos to him. Not to forget Chendol, a very well known Malaysian Desert and a local delicacy was a good wrap up to an afternoon Siesta. Cheers!!