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Reviewed 21 December 2018 via mobile

This grated ice saviour that was once known only for its bright Orange and Kala Khatta flavours, is now endowed with a multitude of flavours and colours. Personally we love this different type of gola.

Date of visit: December 2018
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Reviewed 21 September 2018 via mobile

This is probably the most tastiest option available for you gola cravings. It isn’t like your ordinary gola with sweet syrup to it it has all the tasty thing you can have with it. Dry fruits, condensed milk, jelly and shredded chocolate. Best option to...try is the manasi special. It is expensive but definitely a value for money. 😋😋😋More

Date of visit: May 2018
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Reviewed 10 September 2018

after having read a lot about this place and its specialty, i decided to visit the place and taste it myself to convince my self that gola cannot be crushed ice alone. i found out that the place was a handcart and not a hotel,...and there were a lot of patrons around savoring different varieties of gola. having ordered a gola for myself, i found that the it was not the gola that we have on a stick with flavor,. it was crushed ice, served in a bowl and topped up with various flavors and with a dash of milk and khawa. however to sum it up, it not something which can be compared to a ice-cream, which many people out there compare with, it is just crushed ice, sprinkled with a lot of colourful flavours which pleases the eyes, but is not that tasty and it is expensively priced compared to the item they served. the conclusion: have an icecream instead, instead of eating scoops of crushed ice at the price of a real icecreamMore

Date of visit: March 2018
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Reviewed 23 July 2018

When you reach this place usually on a hot summer night, you'll notice a serpentine queue for Mansi Malai Gola. Needless to say its a popular hangout place for ice golas in the night time. However i found the golas normal and not supernatural for...such a beeline that it creates!More

Date of visit: February 2018
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Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Who though the humble Gola could be so much more. Over two dozen flavours are available. Fantastic way to end a dinner. In fact a great refreshing light dessert at any time.. the malai ones are a brilliant cross between a sorbet and a malai...kulfi 😄 Don’t leave Pune without trying! I’m hooked.More

Date of visit: May 2018
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Reviewed 27 March 2018

This one has been suggested by my friend to me. It has been a long time since I eat an IceGola. Gola is very good. It reminds me of my childhood.

Date of visit: March 2018
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Reviewed 24 November 2017

I heard about this small road side spot on TV news. Tried to search many times but every time failed as I was search it at wrong time in day light. The owner Chavan brothers bring their cart on that spot at 7:15pm and arrange...the stuff very fast so that they can start serving the customer queue waiting for them standing on the road. The exact spot is near Sarswati Vidhaymandir on Bajirav road. I have tasted malai gola before in Gujrat in Katch area 12 yrs back. SInce then I was search where I can get again. For those who don't know what is "Malai gola" let me explain the recipe first. Many of you must have tasted crushed Ice gola on stick with colorful syrups. In "Malai gola" the crushed ice is compressed in round shap on the plate and then different colorful syrups are poured on it. Then "Malai i.e. thick cream" is poured on it. Again some syrups are poured and then garnish this colorful dish with grated Khoya. According to dish type in some dishes they garnish with dry fruits. It was cool experience tasting "Malai gola" after 12 years of gap and taste was authentic that I tasted in Kutch, Gujrat. While passing I saw some people have started same kind of shops with same name. In my next visit I saw a board "Amachi kuthehi shakha nahi" (We don't have any branches) hanging on this cart.More

Date of visit: November 2017
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