Shisha Jazz Cafe Reviews, Koregaon Park, Pune - Burrp
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Niv 1960 - Burrp User

Niv 1960

April 28,2015

Exotic Location

The location and ambience of Shisha Jazz Cafe is their treasure! Never seen such a beautiful restaurant in Pune before! Also, the huge sofas are a treat to lounge on. The best place to go to in Pune for hookah. They serve a decent hookah in which they offer numbet of replacement of coal. In terms of fodd they have wide variety of lip smacking platters. As for pockets, it's on the moderate zone.
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RADHAKrishna 9393 - Burrp User

RADHAKrishna 9393

April 28,2015

Best platters ever

One of the better hangouts in Pune, it has an awe-inspiring ambience with delectable offerings and great great music. The hookkahs and the couches add a different dimension .Being from Mumbai, we crave space and nature and greenery. Having it all together is a big bonus. The food is decent, the variety of cuisine is a boon. We had the Mezze platter, Veggie platter and some other dishes which were pretty good.
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Foodie Love

April 27,2015

Heart stealing ambience

This place has got Heart stealing ambience. its an amazing place to be. where you can sit on couch and enjoy drinks and hukkah. Live music is a major plus point on select days. This is not the place you would like to rush through, but spend the evening from daylight to the fall of the night. order the huge draught mug. to pamper your taste buds with the absolutely delicious Mutton Biryani and Butter Chicken .
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Karan Vaswani - Burrp User

Karan Vaswani

September 27,2013

Come For The Music -- And The Rangineh. :)

Shisha's main selling points are live jazz and the decor. The Iranian dishes (zereshk polo, ash-e-reshteh and the like) are decent, as are the steaks and kebabs. But the food really isn't outstanding, and there are far better places in Koregaon Park to eat. Two dishes I would recommend highly, however: The Iranian tea with dates (it's Rs. 60; having already paid a cover charge, you can order a couple of these for your table and then enjoy the music in peace for a a couple of hours) and the rangineh with ice cream (Rs. 140), a unique dessert I haven't found anywhere else in Pune or Mumbai.
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