Eating Healthy Just Got Simpler In Pune

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The newest trend to capture the attention of the Puneites is the shift from processed food to dishes that are made of organically produced ingredients that are considered healthier. 

The obvious question is of course if it will be as tasty and lip-smacking as the good old choices, but that’s for your refined palate to answer!

The good thing is that Pune now has several outlets that work on the ‘Farm to Plate’ concept and dish out the fresh wholesome fare. Here’s what we found:

Café Paashh

A café that recently opened its doors for Pune is more than just another food joint in the quaint lanes of Kalyani Nagar. It apparently intends to provide its guests with a complete experience of soulful food in an ambience that resonates of a natural abode.

The café not only offers organic food with ingredients sourced from local farmers within the state, but also promotes local artist by displaying their work at the lower level boutique.

With a menu perfected by their chef, their dishes are artistically presented by a team of experts. It’s Paashh- if you want to visit a place that offers healthy, organic, vegetarian and sustainable fare.

Address: Plot E1, E2, Hiramath Park, Next to Orange Ivy School, Kalyani Nagar.

Cost: Rs 1500 for two (approx.)

Sante Spa Cuisine

From wholesome smoothie bowls to a line-up of healthy breakfast options, appetising bites and more, this place promises to keep your gut healthy.

If you are searching for good homemade soups and salads packed with freshly sourced ingredients, then a visit to a place like this could be worth your while.

Address: Lane 1, off North Main Road, Koregaon Park.

Cost: Rs 1300 for two (approx.)

The Real Green Café

Catering to the vegan population of the city, this café doesn’t compromise on the taste of their fare.

An ‘A’ listed place by frequent visitors, the quaint joint in Koregaon Park should be your go-to spot if you love romancing the soothing Pune weather in a quiet corner, while sipping your detox drink and enjoying your latest read.

Address: Shop 17, 1st floor, The Hub, Lane 6, North Main Road, Koregaon Park.

Cost: Rs 750 for two (approx.)

Karlo Art Kitchen & Café

Serving vegan and gluten-free dishes in their exhaustive menu, this art café nestles in the heart of the city.

A quaint bungalow converted to a restaurant makes it both comfortable and quirky. The menu here if full of innovative recipes giving you a different take on your regular favourites.

Address: 35/6, Madhav Nivas Lane, Shramasaphallya Apartments, Prabhat Road, Deccan Gymkhana.

Cost: Rs 750 for two (approx.)


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Loveleen Kaur

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