People migrating into the city in the search of work, education and often peace also bring their culture and food to Pune. Pune being a cosmopolitan city is quick to adopt these varied cuisines and adapt them to the local foodies desires too..
Samosas are probably one such item that came in from North India and became an integral part of the Pune foodie landscape. With several variants depending on the region of origin, this makes a great anytime snack!
Here is a selection of some of the finest samosas we found in the city. This is not an exhaustive list, but yet does give you enough to stock up on!
Aloo Samosa at Anarse Samosewale
Opened as a small makeshift shop, this place is a favourite with the samosa lovers. People have been visiting them for years, enjoying their hot favourite accompanied with sauces, fried green chillies and multiple home made chutney. With just Rs 100, you can try most of the dishes from their limited menu.
Address: Shop 4, Near Dyanaprabodini School, Sadashiv Peth.
Price: Rs 20/piece
Samosa Chat at Waah! Indore
Indore is one of those places where people move around to sample the best street food from across the country. Taking the samosa to another level are places like Waah! Indore that serve some of the city’s best samosa chats, including some favourites like ‘Samosa chat with Chole’, ‘Dahi Samosa Chat’, ‘Kachori’, ‘Jalebi’, ‘Kanda samosa’, ‘Sabudana Khichdi’ and many more.
Address: Shop 9, Shubh Augusta Society, Next to Forest County, Kharadi.
Price: Rs 40/plate
Punjabi Samosa at Khalsa Dairy
This is one of the places where you can get to taste the best of both worlds; savory and sweet.
Apart from sreving their best seller, the Punjabi samosa and special veg samosa, they also cater to other food items like Khandvi, Paneer Pakoda, Sandwiches, variety of Lassi, Rajasthani Mathri, Dhokla and more.
Address: Viman Prestige, Off Datta Mandir Chowk, Viman Nagar.
Price: Rs 12/piece
Non-Veg Samosa at Akhtar’s Samosa Corner
In this city, everything is possible. We hunted down several outlets including ones that sell the meat variant of the traditional samosa.
Not just chicken, they have kheema samosa, and also serve fish, prawns, mutton, chicken mayo, chicken cheese and another interesting item called chicken chinese samosa.
Address: Hillmist Garden, Kausar Baugh, Kondhwa, Kondhwa.
Price: Rs 20 onwards
Dahi Samosa at Delhi Swad
The national capital is also the food capital where anyone can survive on street food with just Rs 50 a day. Bringing the local Delhi flavours to Pune, is Delhi Swad in Nigdi. From the north Indian chole kulche to stuffed parathas, rajma chawal, you name it and they have it.
Their Dahi samosa is a must try when you visit them.
Address: 2 & 3, Varalaxmi Apartment, Sector 25, Nigdi.
Price: Rs 50/plate
#All prices and details are indicative and only for reader information. This is not an official Pune365 Review of these outlets and is only meant to inform readers.
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