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Malaka Spice Restaurant
What started as a tiny serving place in Lane 6 of Koregaon park has now turned into one of the food institutions of Pune. Established in 1987 by Praful and Cheeru Chandarwarkar, Malaka has been mesmerizing its visitors eversince. <br>Divided into two sprawling sections, it easily fits upto 300 people on a saturday night.The gigantic indoor air conditioned section, has a very peaceful ambience with pretty lights gazing from the top, and beautiful paintings to lure your eyes. The outdoor space makes up for a perfect place to enjoy the extremely palatable pan asian cuisines the place has to offer. The well mannered staff greet gracefully and have answers to all your food queries. Due to the restaurants popularity, it is always advised to book a table, especially during weekends. <br><br>winners of :<br><ul><li>MasterChef Australia Award 2012 - Viewer Recommended Food Joint - 2011</li></ul><ul><li>Times food Award - Best Pan Asian Restaurant - 2013</li></ul>Malaka Classic<br>Malaka Classic is a dedication to the roadside cafe that Malaka Spice started as. This al fresco dining opportunity is rare in fast growing urban India and is extremely popular with the young and hip. It is especially popular with South Mumbai foodies who drive down to Pune on weekends to spend long epicurean afternoons at Malaka Classic. Celebs from sports, media and movies are a common sight here. Candle lit evenings draw romantic couples whose age may range from 16 to 60 plus.<br><p></p>
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