Here’s Your Weekend Brunch Guide!

Sunday Brunch
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Come Saturday, most folks are busy planning the perfect weekend. Well, what better way to cure a Saturday night hangover than a blissful luncheon?

The research is all done and here is your go-to list of haunts for the Sunday Brunch.

Whether you’ve planned a spot of gossiping with the girls or a late brunch sipping hearty mimosas, these destinations have it all…

212 All Day Cafe & Bar

Buffet_Germany212 is the hep and relatively new haunt foodies frequent in Viman Nagar. Their brunch offerings are interesting and you shall particularly enjoy desserts such as the Chocolava Cake and the 212 Tiramisu. But their Pizzas and Pastas are well made as well. Their meat is fine as is their Calamari.

Where: Viman Nagar
Cost for two: Rs. 1,000

Mosaic, Crowne Plaza

Brunch 1Mosaic made the list for their special Lohri and Pongal brunch this Sunday. Their festive delicacies are sure to sizzle the taste buds celebrating the harvest festival with all time favourites. Right from Chole Bhature, Lassi and Sarson Ka Saag to Makki da Roti, they have it all. They offer you fare fit for a king with a delightful poolside brunch.

Where: Bund Garden Road
Cost for two: Rs. 1,500

Earth cafeThe Earth Cafe

If you dig minimalist ambiance and the zing of fresh brews, then this place is for you.

Their brunch offerings are spectacular what with their Pasta, Broccoli Soup, Pizza and Sushi. Try the Tiramisu and Cheesecake if you feel peckish.

Where: Koregaon Park
Cost for two: Rs. 1,100

 

WYNKK The Lounge

BrunchIf you’re in the mood for Mocktails and perhaps something stronger than WYNKK is where you must head for a smashing brunch. Their fare comes with a twist and you shall revel in the beautifully spiced Chicken Chatpata and enjoy their Burmese Khau Suey.

The Chicken Biryani and Garlic Rice are worthy selections to sate your hunger. However, they also excel in Chinese fare making their Chicken Satay and Noodles a highlight.

Where: Pune University
Cost for two: Rs. 1,500 

IndependanceCafe 1730

One of the finest places in town for a stellar Sangria, Café 1730 serves up a stunning brunch. Their Belgian Chocolate is dark and rich as are their Gulab Jamuns.

Savour their Pancakes with maple syrup and kick start your Sunday on a delicious note.

Where: Koregaon Park
Cost for two: Rs. 1,500

 

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 #All prices mentioned are indicative and readers are advised to check with individual outlets to confirm rates. Images used for representation purpose only.

#This article is not an official Pune365 review of these outlets and is purely for reader information. 

Aditi Balsaver

Aditi Balsaver

A rapacious reader and animal lover, Aditi is a traveler on weekends and a writer at night..
Aditi Balsaver

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