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    Quick Facts

    • Timings
      12:00 PM to 3:00 PM, 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
    • Food Type: 
      Gujarati, Indian, Maharashtrian
    • Price
    • Payment Methods
    • Average Meal for Two
    • Meal Type
      Lunch, Thaali, Dinner
    • Features
      Large Group Friendly
    • Ambiance
      Fine Dining
    • Tags

    Additional Information

    • Yes Pure vegetarian
    • Yes Take Away
    • No Home delivery
    • Yes Kid friendly
    • No Serves alcohol
    • No Live music
    • No Bar area
    • No Rooftop
    • No Valet parking
    • No Happy hours
    • No Large screen
    • No Air conditioned
Listing added by : gicho

Reviews of Durvankur Dining Hall

  • manhumhum manhumhum
  • Not Good, Its Just Ok May 26, 2013

    If you are from MP, Rajasthan or some better state in terms of eating habits, you won't like it. Just ok and not worth a visit with family. No taste at all. Coconut oil on rotis , sabjis are just tasteless. Waste of money.

  • vaibhavmorey vaibhavmorey
  • lunch Apr 28, 2013

    From burrp! Mobile App
    Awesome food quality and good service. specially the Aamras. Also you will get 20 rs discount on each thali if food is not left in plate.

  • priapadwal priapadwal
  • Perfect place for gluttony. Nov 18, 2012

    If you are a big fan of Maharashtrian Food, Durvankur Dining hall is the place to be. It carries forward the legacy of dining halls in Pune with a great success.
    Have been to this place quite a number of times and it didnt even once disappoint me or my taste buds. Quality Food, Reasonable prices and that too unlimited...What more does a glutton want??

    Its ras-malai, rabdi, khandvi, aamras are to die for and so is masale bhaat, batata bhaaji, bhaji etc. Service is ace and it is forever crowded on weekends.

    However due to the unlimited thali and dining hall system it is
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  • priyakdas9 priyakdas9
  • Average place for Maharashtrian thali Aug 25, 2012

    Went to Durvankur for lunch on a weekend and many of the items were good, though overall I wouldn't give it the best rating. The items that were great was khandvi and thalipeeth. Items below average were ras malai where the ras was very watery, the amarkhand clearly had a synthetic flavoring. The 2 sabjis, one was tondli and tomato and the other peas and cauliflower, were too spicy and my eyes were watering. Probably it's better for people who can handle more spicy food. Also it's a no frill ambiance in case people want an experience and atmosphere. Overall I would give it an average rating.

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