Whether you are a biker, foodie or a traveler with the wanderlust for road trips, we all get hungry and what better place to satisfy your soul than a rustic and reasonably-priced dhaba. Listed below are few of our favorites around Pune…
It’s not a Sunday if you don’t start with a killer breakfast! Neither Monday. Nor Tuesday… You get the drift. Here are some of the best (and reasonable) breakfast joints in Pune to hit for the perfect English breakfast to start your day.
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.
Take a drive around the city and you’d find many a restaurants claiming to be ‘Pure Veg’ but do you recollect of a place which proudly claims to serve just Non-veg? In a lane leading towards DSK Raanwara in Bavdhan is ‘I’m Lion’ owned and run by young Chef Ameya Madkaikar. Ameya claims that his […]
The intoxicating aroma of freshly prepared vada pav along with the spicy yet sweet chutney inside a soft bread is probably the fastest way to get a Punekar to clamp down on his brakes. That being said, let’s put the two heavy hitters of the Pune Vada Pav scene to the test.
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.
“Watching a match with your friends and some beers is always more fun, but most bars mute the commentary and play music in the background spoiling the experience. We wanted a place for ourselves where we could watch, play and celebrate sports. So we created one! – Kapil Punjabi and Varun Punjabi, founders of Aufside.
A generous dollop of butter, a dash of mixed vegetable mash and a sprinkle of masala. And voila! Performance complete. Sets my mouth watering no matter what time of the day or how full my stomach is! We recommend ten Pav Bhaji places in Pune you must not miss!