Tarsh Gastronomy: Ravishing Ambience, Scrumptious Food and Affordable Rates.

Tarsh Gastronomy: Ravishing Ambience, Scrumptious Food and Affordable Rates.

Right on the wakad road on the way to Hinjewadi, A nest called Tarsh lies to cater to its guests a wide range of delicacies and a pleasant ambience. A perfect place for friends’ party or family get together or a corporate lunch or dinner which is almost on Mumbai-Bangalore highway.

Tarsh offers buffet for Lunch and it has Ala-carte for dinner.



With numerous options, they have a few of their signature dishes. Offering more than 42 dishes both in veg and non-veg, Tarsh is a paradise for every food lover.

 (Basil Mojito)

 (Falling Angel)

From starters till desserts, every preparation of Tarsh has an immense blend of flavours. Along with a fabulously designed bar, they have great mocktails and cocktails options. It is indeed a value for money place.

Coming over to their ambience, they have 4 seating options:

Beautiful Couple Cubes: Tine yellow movable seats in a cube is a perfect place for a candle light dinner and some quality time.

A classy outdoor option: For your Sunday brunch or and evening under the stars with breeze; the floral seating calls for your squad.

Under the roof: With an indoor screening option and a bar nearby; this is for the lovers of cricket and great music.

Overheld couches. If you think your family time is just for talking with each other while enjoying great food, then they have overhead seating for solitude lovers.

Also their staff is too courteous to give personal attention to each and every guest visiting them, A thumbs up for their service.

PS : My favorite picks- Mumtaz Aloo, Crispy Corns , Dahi ke kababs, Dimsums and Chocolate mousse, Not to forget Hong Kong Noodles Schezwan Style , Basil Mojito and Bread Butter Pudding. 

I am visiting them again for sure, how about you?


About Author: Aastha

A Company Secretary by qualification and a traveler by passion. An urge to see new places and meet diverse people stimulates me to travel more because life is not meant to be lived in one place.

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