College students who go to different parts of the country to study rely on street food and cafés to eat and socialise with their peers. While food is crucial in every section of the country, we’re going to focus on the best 5 places to dine in Pune. When one thinks of Pune, one thinks of its young people and their love of cafes.
Vada-Pav At JJ Garden Vada Pav
When it comes to Maharashtrian specialities, Vada Pav is unquestionably at the top of the list. Vada pav is an Indian burger that consists of a deep-fried patty, which is a vada, sandwiched between two slices of pav (bun). JJ Garden Vada Pav is one of the oldest vada pav stalls in Pune. The stall is located on Bootee St in Camp. The excitement around Vada-Pav at JJ Garden is well-founded; one should begin their culinary journey here.
Bun Maska At Vouhman Cafe
If you’re near Pune station and want the best breakfast in town, don’t waste any time and go directly to Vohuman cafe. Bun maska and chai are popular at this Irani eatery. You can also get a cheese omelette. This inexpensive bistro is ideal for socialising with your pals. If you’re coming on Sunday, arrive early because this area becomes very crowded on Sunday mornings.
Kheema Pav At Goodluck Cafe
If you’re visiting Pune, there’s a good chance you’ll go shopping on FC Road. If you’re in the middle of a shopping frenzy, stop by Goodluck Cafe for a delicious lunch. Goodluck Cafe is one of the oldest Irani style cafés, and it was featured in the Ayushmann Khurrana film Andhadhun. All of the dishes are must-tries, with Keema Pav being the most popular.
Shrewsbury Biscuits At Kayani Bakery
Shrewsbury Biscuits are one of the nicest things about the Kayani Bakery. Loads of butter and a touch of sugar cooked to perfection give these biscuits a wonderful crunch. There is no denying that Kayani Bakery makes the best mawa cake and Shrewsbury biscuits in the world. There are no seats available. The bakery has been in business for decades and has no other locations.
Where: Camp Road, 6, East Street, When: 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Misal Pav At Bedekar
The love for spicy cuisine is widespread and underappreciated; however, there is good news for spicy food lovers in the form of Misal Pav. Misal is a spicy lentil and pea dish that is garnished with Chivda/ Farsan and coriander leaves. The spicy curry is accompanied by a soft and fluffy pav, which has been toasted on a Tawa with plenty of butter. Misal Pav at Bedekar Tea stand is a good place to try this spicy cuisine in Pune. While weekends will undoubtedly be crowded at the shop, visit on a weekday to enjoy the delicious Misal Pav.