12 Places In Pune Serving The Best Aamras This Mango Season

We want aamras!

by Curly Tales Desk
12 Places In Pune Serving The Best Aamras This Mango Season

Aam ka season is here and the one thing that gets us craving every mango season is the aamilicious aamras. Aamras is an Indian delicacy that is prepared using mango pulp. The mango pulp is extracted and then devoured with hot, steaming puris. When in Pune, aamras is not a difficult dish to find. Eateries in every nook and cranny serve this delicious mango delicacy. The trick is in knowing the best place to get your hands on a plate of aamras thali and we’ve got you covered.

Here Are 12 Best Spots Serving Aamras In Pune

1. Sukanta

Sukanta is an all-vegetarian restaurant known for serving some of the best North Indian, Gujarati, and Maharashtrian cuisine. But the one thing that you can not miss there at this time of the year is their Aamras.

Where: Sukanta,636, Pulachi Wadi, Deccan Gymkhana, Pune

Timings: 12 PM to 3:30 PM, 7 PM – 11 PM

Cost For Two: ₹850

2. Durvankur

Dhurvankur in Sadashiv Peth is a vegetarian restaurant known for serving delicious food that delivers a homely vibe. The place serves delicious aamras and other dishes to go with it. And the best part is that it isn’t even hard on your pockets.

Where: Dhurvankur, 1166, New Sadashiv Peth, Sadashiv Peth, Pune

Timings: 12 PM – 3:30 PM, 7 PM – 11 PM

Cost For Two: ₹750

3. Rajdhani Thali Restaurant

Rajdhani Thali is one of the go-to restaurants for all Pune residents for a nice, filling vegetarian meal. And the best part about it is that they are not just serving delicious aam ras, but have an entire thali dedicated to all dishes prepared using mangoes. So, if your love for mangoes is unmatchable, then this place is your calling.

Where: Level 2, East Block, Amanora Town Centre, Hadapsar Kharadi Bypass, Hadapsar, Pune

Timings: 12 PM – 3:30 PM, 7 PM – 11 PM

Cost For Two: ₹1100

4. Manbhavan – Premium Thali Restaurant

Manbhavan is a vegetarian restaurant which serves delicious aamras as one of their dessert options. The decor is minimal but the beautiful chandeliers are a game-changer for this place. Be ready to indulge in a plethora of dishes, as the thalis are quite huge with a perfect balance of Gujarati and Marathi dishes.

Where: SEASONS MALL, Magarpatta, Hadapsar

When: 12 PM – 3:30 PM, 7 PM – 11 PM

Cost For Two: ₹500

5. Sawai Veg

Have a lovely gastronomical experience at this upscale restaurant in Pune, where cuisines range from north Indian to Thai dishes. We would recommend you order aamras puri thali for the table. They serve piping hot puris, aamras, a couple of vadas and pulao in the thali. Post-dining, you have to head straight to your bed for a nice nap!

Where: Plot No 14A, Survey No 120, Devgiri Apartment, Sinhgad Rd, Sarita Vihar, Dattawadi

When: 11 AM – 11 PM

Cost For Two: ₹1200

6. Janseva Bhojanalaya

How much do you love aamras? Janseva Bhojanalaya is ready to serve you ample dishes infused with the juiciest mangoes of Maharashtra. And that too at extremely affordable prices. Along with relishing aamras, do not miss out on puran poli and mango rabdi! Uff, we are drooling here.

Where: Garware Bridge, Deccan Gymkhana

When: 12 PM – 3:30 PM, 7 PM – 11 PM

Cost For Two: ₹450

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7. Maharaja Bhog

Get ready to immerse yourself in Maharaja vibes with an amazingly detailed Rajasthani-style themed decor and a great ambience for your next family dinner. You have to relish their Maharaja Bhog Thali but keep in mind that their dishes on the thali change daily. Currently, a Mango Mela festival is going on where unlimited aamras is being served. Yes, you read that right; do not miss it!

Where: Floor 2, The Pavillion Mall, Senapati Bapat Rd, Chattushringi

When: 12 PM – 3:30 PM, 7 PM – 11 PM (Mon-Thurs)

12 PM – 4 PM, 7 PM – 11 PM (Fri-Sun)

Cost For Two: ₹1400

8. Green Signal

It is not your basic restaurant like the others on this list of best aamras spots in Pune! This place serves thalis, pizza, paranthas, chai, coffee, nachos and so much more. You will find dishes ranging from continental to south Indian cuisines. We are giving you the ‘green signal’ to book your reservations at this restaurant in Pune for delish aamras ASAP!

Where: Apte Rd, Shivajinagar

When: 7:30 AM – 11 PM

Cost For Two: ₹1200

9. Mathura Pure Veg

This Maharashtrian restaurant’s name might mislead you to assume its menu consists of Mathura dishes. But people go gaga over its aamras puri, kothimbir wadi, matki usal, shev bhaji and many more. If you want to go for authentic thalis, they have that option as well. Mind you, aamras puri is a hit here!

Where: Prestige Chambers A, 1262/A, Jangali Maharaj Rd, Deccan Gymkhana

When: 12 PM – 11 PM

Cost For Two: ₹850

10. Panch Shahi Pakwan

This is a very cool Rajasthani restaurant in the lanes of Hinjewadi in Pune. The decor here is top-notch notch and they will hand you a rose along with a Rajasthani pagdi to match the vibes; How cool! Next, you have a massive menu to choose from and the unlimited thalis have royal dishes. They also have the option for unlimited aamras! Beat the heatwave with unlimited refills at Panch Shahi Pakwan.

Where: Near Wakad Hinjewadi Bridge, Hinjewadi Phase 1 Rd

When: 12 PM – 4 PM, 7 PM – 11 PM 

Cost For Two: ₹1100

11. Rajwadi Gaurav


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We have another Rajasthani restaurant in Pune that serves unlimited aamras! Even their logo is the typical long Rajasthani moustache and a colourful padgi. They present you with this same colourful padgi for an authentic experience. Enjoy the service of unlimited aamras and call it a day.

Where: Omega Complex, Shankar Kalat Nagar, Wakad, Pimpri-Chinchwad

When:  11 AM – 3:30 PM, 7 PM – 11 PM

Cost For Two: ₹1000

12. Sahare Dining Hall

This simple yet welcoming restaurant in Pune has almost all the popular dishes from Gujarati, Marathi and Rajasthani cuisines. Every thali is extremely affordable and quite fulfilling and that too with unlimited refills! You better refill your aamras bowl as a proud mango lover. Well, it is the season of mangoes so why not?

Where: 5, Sadhu Vaswani Rd, Camp

When:  11 AM – 3 PM, 7 PM – 10:30 PM

Cost For Two: ₹400

Also Read: Mango Cold Brew Coffee To Raw Mango Pakora, Enjoy Mango Season With 8 Chef-Inspired Recipes

Happy aamras season!

Inputs by Ankita Mazumdar and Angel Srivastava.

Cover Image Courtesy: Instagram/maharajabhogpune

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