We all love some level of spice in our food. Most of our palates have evolved to handle a very high level of spiciness. Here are some of our picks for the must try spicy Chicken Curries that Pune has to offer. We assure you they score high on the Scoville Heat Unit Scale. Get on this trail before Shravan begins, Punekars!
Continuing on this frugal gastronomy journey, our city has so much to offer that we had to divide the article into two parts. Let’s see what other goodies we can find at the prices we love.
On an average, we eat three square meals a day and about two snacks in between. I, on the other hand, seem to be eating every 2 hours, which means food can get pretty expensive, for a staunch Punekar like me. Here’s a list of foods which you can enjoy on a budget and where you can find them.
Whoever said Thalis are only veg simply didn’t know where to go. Also, those of you who think Maharashtrian food mainly consists of tindli and puran poli, and no meat, you’re in for a slurrpy surprise! If you’re looking to have a hearty, homely, and filling non-vegetarian meal, here’s where you can head. Neh, SHOULD head.
Baner-Pashan Link Road (BPLR) has become a hub of great eateries and having tried a few of them, I have found them to be good and unique at their offerings. Flying Duck is a (not so) new kid on the block, which serves oriental cuisine, to an extent unique by not serving the Chindian favourite Manchurian-Chilly Chicken kind of stuff.
More of the best places to eat in Camp, Pune.
The food heaven that Pune’s Camp area is!