The city is known for its large appetite for great food and the variety of street food and cuisine available bears testimony to the Puneites Foodie Spirit!
Interestingly, Pune still offers a great meal at low cost. Presented here is a random selection of a few of the wholesome all-time favourites:
Anda Chingari is Spicy hot gravy with boiled eggs and scrambled eggs served with chappati or pav.
This place is a heaven for eggetarians, 80% of their menu contains only egg dishes! This Eggetarians’ Paradise serves a variety of Egg dishes right from bhurji pav to egg biryani, all with super quirky names.
Must Try: Anda Bhurji, Anda Chingari, Anda curry
Where: Reshma Bhurji Centre, Karve road, opposite Garware college
Cost: Rs 100
The simple, casual, easy on pocket place is a favourites with Puneites.. A huge burger with a delicious combination of cheese, meat patty, soft house buns along with abundant of mayonnaise and ketchup dipping from the burger.
Everything that you order here will make you want more. Their salami sandwich with sausage and lots of the cheese is a must try
Where: Burger king, Koregoan Park, Mundhwa
Cost: Rs 100
From college-goers to working professionals and from couples to families, the aloo paratha is a classic that caters to everyone.
Just make sure to get there before you get ravenous- you will probably have to wait a while to get a table, and the aroma won’t help your wait!
Must Try: Aloo Paratha, Haryali Paratha, Stuff chole, Tawa Pulav.
Where: Chaitanya Paratha, F C Road
Cost: Rs 95
Tandoori Paneer Pizza
Though you might find the menu a bit limited and restricted to vegetarians, the place serves all the dishes oozing with cheese.
Must Try: Cheese chilli Pizza, Peri Peri Paneer Pizza, Olive Corn Pizza
Where: Crazy Chessy, Sadashiv Peth.
Cost: Rs 100
Rolls and Biryani
Located in Modern Colony, Good Food is a life saviour for all the college students and for those who find it difficult to control their hunger! Known for biryani, rolls and North Indian food, this is a great place to visit for good food at pocket friendly rates.
Must Try: Chicken Rice, Biryani, Butter chicken combo, Paneer Butter masala combo, Rolls
Where: Good food, Modern colony.
A small, crowded all-vegetarian joint, this place is known for its low-cost home-style Punjabi fare.
You may have to make your way through a long queue to find your seats. Their soft bhaturas with hot and spicy Chhole is something you wouldn’t want to miss.
The pickled chillies served along with it are a real hit too.
Must Try: Chole Bature, Rajma Rice, Dal Makhani Rice
Where: Raju Uncle’s Chole Bature, Bharti Vihar, Dhankawadi
Cost: Rs 60
#This is not an official Pune365 food review. All prices, details and images are only indicative and readers are advised to check finer details at the respective outlets.
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