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.
Favourites won’t change and enthusiasts won’t budge, but no street food story of Pune will be complete without Misal.
Until we have our regular joints back in action, we are definitely blessed with some of the best home chefs and bakers in Pune.
Pune peeps, if you haven’t mastered the dish already, here’s a superb recipe for delicious Kothimbir Vadi!
Pune’s FC Road has a plethora of dining options and sometimes it can get overwhelming if you don’t really know what you want to eat or which place has the best of what you want!
Here are Pune’s top choices for this legendary breakfast in the city!
Uber Eats is back with yet another outstanding offer called the Grand Food Gully on their app and it’s beyond amazing! Are you ready for this?
Standing the test of time and the several changes Punekars’ tastebuds have undergone, Irani cafes are still as renowned and loved as they have always been in Pune city.
Her series, aptly named ‘100 Days of Pune’, had me hooked. She’s illustrated some of the city’s most iconic spots, including places of heritage and legendary food.
Now that we’ve gloriously welcomed Bappa into our homes, you’ll also want to make the most of these MUST-EAT dishes in Pune before the festivities end!