House of Parantha

Open Time : 10:00AM to10:00PM

Entry : paid

Address : 1206, Jangali Maharaj Road, Shivajinagar, Pune, Maharashtra, India

Website : https://www.houseofparatha.net/

Phone : +91 7775 9 7775 7

Why to visit House of Parantha

There are a few well-known spots in Pune where you may eat as much as you want, but nothing compares to the thali offered at House Of Paratha. The thali is superior to the Baahubali movie, which may be a visual feast for the eyes.

Along with the enormous Baahubali Paratha at the top of the list, it also features Devasena Paratha, Kattapa Biryani, Sivagami Shaahi Pakwan, and Bhalladeva Patiala Lassi. The accoutrements come with five different kinds of farsan and fried appetisers, five different kinds of sweet dishes, a drink or shake, salad, pickles, and chutney, and three different kinds of ice cream on top.

You will have to wait for your thali to be served to you for at least an hour. It is served in a huge steel thali. Alternatively, you may just call the restaurant ahead of time to ensure that your order is ready when you do.

However, if you'd prefer something lighter, check out their selection of soups, appetisers, and other unique thalis. They also provide Tandoor thalis, so you can pair your thali with some amazing paneer kebabs. Even though House of Paratha only serves vegetarian food, they don't skimp on flavour.

FAQ on House of Parantha

Does House Of Parathas offer takeaway?

Yes, House Of Parathas offers takeaway services.

What types of cuisines does the House Of Parathas serve?

House Of Parathas offers food like Pure Vegetarian, Indian, North Indian, Chinese, and Multicuisine.

What different forms of payment are accepted House Of Parathas ?

Cash, Mastercard, Visa, and Credit Cards are all acceptable forms of payment.

Which landmark is the closest?

House Of Parathas is conveniently located because it is near to the opposite Sambhaji Garden.

Special Tip

Eat their other delectable treats, including as Bahubali Thali, Kattapa Biryani, and Bhalladeva Patiala Lassi, while relaxing among the trees.

By Suraj Seth

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