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दोन बन मस्का विथ स्पेशल चाय!

Irani Cafes in Pune have a long and delicious history. Know more about what to eat and where. It’s a must-try if you are a first-time visitor.

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The Aroma of Navratri

Colourful costumes and accessories, traditional or Bollywood music, synchronised garba or dandiya moves — Navratri meant all of this for most of us till now.

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5 Food Ideas for Pune's Foodies

Fast-forward to the present and we are riding a lip-smacking tide as cultural give-and-take has changed the food landscape to include everything from native delicacies, country-wide gourmet recipes to internationally renowned and luxurious entrées.

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7 Superfoods to keep you fit and healthy

16th October is celebrated as World Food Day every year, to commemorate the foundation of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in 1945.

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होम बेकर्सचं इंस्टा मार्केट

पण ती पैठणी बघून मी पोट धरून हसू लागले. कारण आई जी पैठणी बघत होती ना… तो खरं तर… पैठणी केक होता!

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Maharashtra to Reopen Bars, Restaurants from October First Week

Establishments will start at only 50% of their capacity as per norms set by the state government.

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Food

The Rise of Home Chefs During and After Lockdown

As the lockdown hit the country in March and April, most people were grappling with a new normal. Most were missing their regular restaurant visits and craved something different.

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Work from home ok, but what about eat from home?

Work from home is trending but you don’t want to be caught on the wrong side of it!

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This Unique Pune Start-Up Delivers Delicious Food Prepared by 5-Star Hotel Chefs

A unique start-up, Twisted Tiffin lets Punekars subscribe to single-serve Thalis prepared by 5-star hotel chefs across the city.

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The Rise of the Misal Pav and its Modern Variations

Favourites won’t change and enthusiasts won’t budge, but no street food story of Pune will be complete without Misal.