Pune is the cultural capital of the Maratha people. It is known as the city of education and is also famous for its food culture. The natives of Pune always try to retain their traditional food.
Pune’s Missal is world-famous snack food. Kata Kirr missal at “Karve Road” serves the best Missal pav in Pune. Along with the Kata Kirr Shree missal, the Bedekar missal is popular among Punekars.
Vada pav is a very popular snack food in Maharashtra. J J Garden Vada Pav in the “Camp” area serves one of the best in all over Pune
Pav Bhaji is the signature dish of Maharashtra. Pav bhaji is a gravy made of various vegetables and mashed potatoes, served with butter, finely chopped onion, coriander, and slices of pav. Varieties are available like paneer pav bhaji, cheese pav bhaji, etc.
Poha is usually served as breakfast. Serving steamed poha, slice of lemon, and putting shev on it. The best place to eat poha is Amruteshwar bhuwan Erandawane.
Sabudana Vadas are made with sago, mashed potatoes, coriander, chillies, and peanuts. You must try them at “JM road” and Hotel Vaishali. It is typically served with curd or green chutney.
Bhakarwadi is a tangy and crispy snack. You can find the most famous, authentic, and delicious Bhakarvadi’s from Chitale Bandhu.
For some lunch-break snacks, you must visit Kalyan bhel, in Kothrud. You won’t be disappointed. Their chaat as well is a must try.
Wondering what is a mastani? It’s a delicious combination of milk and ice cream with superb garnishing. Pune’s special mastani is fully loaded with dry fruits and Kesar. There are various types of flavors are available like mango mastani, sitafal mastani, and more.
9.Mysore Masala Dosa
Vaishali is a famous snack point on FC road. Dosas glisten with butter and an aroma so rich that you won’t be able to control drooling.
10.Chicken Biryani At Tiranga
Tiranga is famous for non-veg food. Hotel tiranga is popular for their Chicken Biryani. Their biryani is made in pure ghee with using high quality rice and tempting flavour. This place is popular among all the non-vegetarian foodies.
The Maharashtrian thali is an amazing thali of Shabree. The restaurant is located at “FC road”. The speciality of this thali is it includes all the famous foods of Maharashtra. Puranpoli, masala bhat, 5-6 curries, 3-4 sweets, etc.
Filter coffee is hot, aromatic, and served in steel glass. You must try Hotel Rupali’s filter coffee. The speciality of Rupali hotel is they served both hot and cold coffee.
Though it is a Punjabi food it is famous in Pune by the varieties like aloo, Gobi, mooli, paneer, onion, and mixed veg parathas. You must try the various types of parathas at House of parathas.
Durvankur’s summer special Aamras thali is very popular. They are mostly known for their Maharashtrian thalis. They cross the barriers of generation, culture, and cuisine.
15.Bun Maska At Goodluck
Goodluck café is one of the oldest Irani restaurants in Pune. Cheese omelette, bun maska, keema pav are usually breakfast items which are popular amongst the diners.
The best place for pithal is at Sinhagad fort. Kanda bhaji is also famous at the sinhgad fort. You’ll get the authentic taste of pithal bhakri only at sinhgad fort. This amazing dish includes Pithal bhakri, green chilly thecha, red chutney and buttermilk.
Bahubali thali is one the most famous thali in Pune. This thali is a giant thali with a variety of foods, including giant paratha, 8-9 curry vegetables, lassi, salads, Dum biryani, etc.
If you are a non-vegetarian then you must try the seafood at Hotel Nisarg. They are making fresh seafood and have a delicious variety.
Golden, buttery, Shrewsbury biscuits. Amazing crunchiness, fully loaded with butter it is the reason the biscuits are famous all over country. You’ll find the best biscuits at Kayani bakery.
Sabudana khichdi is a fasting food, also people eat it in their breakfast. It is made from sabudana, potato and crushed roasted peanuts. It is served with curd. You can get this khichdi at any roadside eateries.