The Pune city is famous for its weather, hills, IT parks, and reputed educational institutions. Pune is also known for its food. What makes Pune’s foods so special? Are they small eateries that got established years aback and have gain fame over the years?
There are lip-smacking delicacies to eat in Pune, you need to look out for.
We are here to help you find the best food in Pune. Scroll down and see why Pune won our heart straight away!
Kata Kirr is the best place to eat in Pune if you want some mouth-watering missal variety. You can choose between the light, medium and spicy versions of the dish, which means there’s a misal pav for every palate here! This one is a crowd favorite.
Where: Kata Kirr, multiple outlets
When: 08:00 am to 05:00 pm (Tue-Sun)
One of the oldest and most Pune famous eatery, Garden Vada Pav Centre is legendary for serving (arguably) the most famous Vada Pav in Pune. The taste and texture are unsurpassed, and the portions are huge, which is always a good thing. Also, don’t forget to ask for some churra with your yummy vada-pav.
Where: Garden Vada Pav (All outlets)
When: 09:00 am to 10:00 pm
According to legends, the name 'Mango Mastani' stems from the warrior princess Mastani's name who had floored the Peshwa king Bajirao with her beauty. So if you are looking for famous food in Pune then you should not miss Sujata Mastani for delicious Mango Mastani.
Where: Sujata Mastani, multiple outlets
When: 10:30 am to 11:30 pm
Savoury roll that is stuffed with a wealth of spices and deep-fried. It is a tangy Indian snack and Chitale Bandhu is the best food place in Pune. You should also try the Mango Barfi, this too is awesome. No one should leave Pune without trying the absolutely delish Bhakarvadis from Chitale Bandhu.
Where: Chitale Bandhu, multiple outlets
When: 08:30 am to 01:30 pm and 03:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Cafe Goodluck of Deccan Gymkhana is one of the oldest Irani cafe restaurants in Pune. Bun Maska, Cheese Omelette and Keema Bread are the most popular breakfast items for Punekers. It is one of the best eating places in Pune.
Where: Café Goodluck, multiple outlets
When: 07:30 am to 11:30 pm
It is a massive vegetarian thali loaded with a list of food items such as giant paratha, 8-9 curry vegetables, lassi, buttermilk, salads, dum biryani and many more. We suggest you go to the best place to eat in Pune with a big appetite and a couple of friends to help you relish this giant thali that is super fresh and absolutely delicious.
Where: JM Road, Opp.To Sambhaji Garden
When: 11:00 am to 11.30 pm
The Maharashtrian Thali was an amazing culinary experience to taste the local cuisine. Shabree offers authentic Maharashtrian thali. Thalis are special, but there are too many other local foods in Pune which you can try with it. This gives you a memorable experience at Shabree
Where: Shabree, FC road
When: 11:30 am to 03:30 pm and 07:30pm to 11:30pm
Golden, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth Shrewsbury biscuits. People from all around the country are clamour to buy them as if they are the last batch of biscuits on earth. Loads of butter, some sugar baked to finesse give these biscuits an amazing crunch and the sand like texture while you eat it. Kayani Bakery is a good place to eat these biscuits in Pune.
Where: 6, East Street, Camp Road
When: 07:30 am to 01:00 pm and 03:30 to 08:00 pm
Pithla or Besan Pithla along with Bhakri also known as Zunka Bhakri is a vegetarian traditional Maharashtrian dish served with onion and Thecha. You can relish Pithla Bhakri at many restaurants but if you want to get the best, authentic experience, I would suggest visiting Sinhagad Fort. It is the best place to eat in Pune.
Where: Singhgad Fort
When: 08:00 am to 06:00 pm
Crispy on the outside, super-soft on the inside, served hot - what else can make your post-work evening better? You will have classic and cool Cucumber Dahi and hotter Thecha Chutney on the side. This is Pune's speciality.
Where: Opposite Jangli Maharaj Temple, JM Road
When: 11:00 am to 09:00 pm
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