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Nawab Asia

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Nawab Asia Reviews and Ratings - Camp, Pune


Rated 1.0 by Sai Srinivasan

Half of the restaurant was empty. The Cashier was so humble and asked us to sit in the place we wanted. There comes the Manager of the Restaurant who was rude and said that any time the Group will come and didn’t allow us to sit in the place we wanted. I think the manager of the restaurant needs to attend a training program to be polite to Customers and also make him aware that he is in Hospitality Industry. We walked out of the Restaurant disappointedly. They didn’t even think of apologising. Truly pathetic.🤮


Rated 5.0 by Rajesh Agarwal

Nawab Asia name describes the same Wonderful ambiance Good crowd Very polite and humble staff Special thanks to Owner for maintaining same taste and decor They always have special on going offers on drinks for guest Manager is so perfect he knows exactly what guest needs Lip smacking taste no words to express Highly recommended to all of friends and who ever reads my review definitely visit once


Rated 4.0 by Sayani Chakraborty

My fiance has been in Pune for 11 years. He has taken me to the best of the eating joints and restaurants. This time I took him out to a place he hasn't been before. He isn't very fond of Chinese and Chinese is like my comfort food. And he loves Mughlai cuisine. I thought of only one place which serves both the cuisines well : Nawab Asia. So the ambience of the MG road place is much more cozy. It has an open space (smoking area) and an inside seating area. We opted to sit on the open seating. Music was being played. The lighting was dim and added to the romantic weather of Pune. We ordered the following: 1. Mahi tikka basa: We wanted fish Amritsari, however pomfret was over by 10 pm. Hence, the waiter suggested we go for this instead. Marinated in a mixture of spices and yoghurt, the fish was grilled to perfection. I felt it was underseasoned with salt and pepper but didn't make much of a difference. 2. Murgh lepeta kabab: Cooked over kadai and then skewered over tandoor with chatapata in-house masala. Loved it till the last morsel. 3. Aloo Nazakath: Although I am a complete carnivore 😁 this vegetarian dish was my favourite dish. Potato is bae. And this potato was filled with cheese, nuts and spices and then cooked in tandoor. Warmed up my heart. Had to try a vegetarian starter 4. Matka Murgh: For main course, we ordered matka murgh served with garlic naan and onion kulcha. Honestly, I later felt I could have ordered some other gravy because it felt I am having a spicier version of butter chicken. But it was still good. I had tried Murgh Mussallam in the Baner place. That was really nice. Should try that. All in all, I would rate it 4 out of 5. Service was good except the main course too long to be served. Definitely next meal there. Pre-book tables because even at 10 pm Saturday, it was pretty crowded.


Rated 5.0 by Nikitaskm

Delicious food. Best for both vegies and non vegetarians. Ambience is also good. Must try murgh makhani. Staff was very polite and provided a good service


Rated 5.0 by Disha Lazarus

Had an amazing dinner over here.. From the strters to the main course, everything was so delicious. Especially the mutton starters was just lovely. The mutton was so tender that it just melted in my mouth.. everything was just great..the ambience is also nice. The staff is also very kind and polite.. Would recommed to go and try their dishes. And would love to go again the next time