Fast Food Restaurant

Shree Upahar Gruha

Sadashiv Peth
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Shree Upahar Gruha Reviews and Ratings - Sadashiv Peth, Pune

Insane!

Rated 5.0 by Sahilprabhudesai


Insane!

Rated 5.0 by Ashutosh Potnis

This iconic food joint in Sadashiv Peth serves one of the best Misals in Pune. Their tarri is spicy but not so spicy that it overpowers all the other ingredients. The grated coconut on top of the farsan and potatoes is totally out of the box. The staff is very friendly and helpful.


Great!

Rated 4.0 by Piyush Randad

An authentic Puneri place to have a breakfast. Generally there is waiting on weekends. The famous dish here is Misal Pav which is quite underrated despite a great taste.


Insane!

Rated 5.0 by Suraj Desai

I think Zomato can start a separate section for Misal now, looking at the food joints we have for Misal in Pune. During Ganapati Darshan came across this place as my Favourite Shrikrushna Misal was overflowing with people waiting in a queue. I have heard about this place and too my surprise the misal was good and taste was very close to what Shrikrishna Misal offers. Food: 5/5 Misal- Something different, not so spicy but still very tasty. You can easily remember the taste of it in the crowd of similarly tasting misals we have. Rassa was full of grated coconut, onion etc. Sheera- Devine taste. Different and unforgettable. Ambience: 3/5 No nonsense setup. Arrangement was such that service doesn't get's hampered. Service: 5/5 Polite and fast. Table arrangement facilitates easy and fast movement of waiters and hence you get what you want the fastest way. VFM: 4/5 Misal has reached a standard price across the city. So can't complain there. Sheera felt little overpriced but still taste made me forget the price.


Great!

Rated 4.0 by Deepa Khaladkarr

Since last few days , I was craving for some good Misal, - we headed to #ShreeUpaharGruha @ Sadashiv peth. I remember visiting this place with my dad way back in 2006 . I remember the old place in the vaada with a stern kaku sitting at the counter. It has now shifted to a building with not so stern kaku at the counter ( with little bit of puneri attitude though- you’d get to know why have I specifically mentioned this 😉). The moment I entered I saw a ‘puneri pati’-ie two people should not share one misal ( I assume they serve unltd tarri without charging extra amt). We really did not have the appetite to have one Misal each & being obedient punekar we followed the rule and asked for a take away. My aunt even requested the kaku at the counter if we could share the Misal , however she denied. I always prefer having the Misal at the place itself rather than a takeaway ( I tend to relish it better ). I was a little bit disappointed and said nothing but stood quietly waiting for the parcel. Probably the kaku noticed my disappointment and then later agreed - that three of you can share one Misal and have a sabudana wada, till then our parcel was ready. Immediately on getting home we served ourself the misal. It was neatly packed. The Misal had a good mixture of pohe with batata, sprouts, bhacke poha cha chiwda and farsan. The tarri was classic - aromatic and good balance of flavours . Aptly spiced ( so you can really enjoy this ) with a little sweet after taste. We really enjoyed this . Next time ( with better appetite) - I will visit this place again. The Misal is served with two slices of bread . ( honestly I prefer pav 🙃). To sum up it was a lovely start of a Tuesday morning . ! 😇🙏🏻.