Flying Duck, Pune
Ever thought of holding a food challenge or trying out a dish made with the world’s hottest chilli? If you feel like experimenting with food and exploring intense flavours try Flying Duck on Baner-Pashan link road, Pune. A tiny, fun Asian eatery with a crazy unique menu and great food. They serve a variety of dishes including Vietnamese, Taiwanese, Thai, Chinese and Burmese items. The food is very different and the menu is great if you want to try something new. The waiter with a jolly smile, seems to be very proud of their Burmese Khau Suey, Thai Prawn soup and Chilli Chicken made with the world’s hottest chilli, BhootJholakia or Ghost Chilli from Nagaland.
This places is specially good for meat lovers or experimental diners. Their specialities include pork, duck and seafood items, along with regular meats like chicken. They do have some great vegetarian dishes as well. They also serve your regular favourites like Manchow soup and Hakka Noodles.
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Spicy Vegetarian Kimchi Noodles
If like me you love that pickled cabbage salad, pickled cucumber and carrots munchies just before a chinese meal, then you will love this dish. I tend to eat an entire bowl full of kimchi before my food arrives. This noodle dish is a great way to include this side as the main hit. Spicy vegetarian Kimchi Noodles .. Among the many unique offerings of this tiny Vietnamese, Taiwanese and North Eastern speciality eatery. Very spicy, very different food #PuneEats #PuneFood Here’s a glimpse.
Most Spicy Dish Ever ..!!
Ghost Chilli Chicken
Ghost Chilli Chicken at the Flying Duck, Pune is made with the hottest chilli in the world BhootJholakia. This Ghost chilli is from North East India. This dish made my eyes, nose and mouth water. My ears were red and warm with heat. I managed to eat a little with combination of honey, cold milk and water.
The most intense food experience of my life so far. Do you want a challenge? #SpicyFood #ChilliChicken #PuneFood#Chinesefood #chilli #foodmantraPune
Speciality Duck Soup at the Flying Duck
Special Duck soup with mature, well-developed flavours of duck stock. Real Carnivores put your hands together. The duck soup had intense duck flavour like that of a well-made and naturally thickened stock base. The duck meat with the bone in this hot soup intensified the flavours even more. It was cooked with zucchini and yellow squash slices, finished with some fresh herbs and served with a wedge of lemon.
Apart from duck, other uncommon meats such as pork are also served in Flying duck.This sets their Vietnamese, Taiwanese fare apart from the regular chinese shop around the corner. The flavours are authentic and they fail to impress the real meat lover.
This place is usually crowded, even on weekdays. They have a handful of tables that get full in no time. If you wish to visit the Flying Duck . Here are the details of this place.
Cuisine – Asian
Cost AVERAGE₹800 for two people. Cash only
Opening hours 12 Noon to 3 PM, 7 PM to 10:30 PM
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