Not everyone is a morning person and when you are already running late with your schedule, whipping up a breakfast is next to impossible. Agreed?
And then comes the weekend and you have all the time in the world, yet, not for cooking though! But, skipping the very first meal of the day is not a real good idea.
As luck would have it, we have the solution for all these pangs! Whether you are the eternal eggetarian, the health conscious type, the truly hearty breakfast kind or the suave english breakfast one, we have it all here for you!
Egg-licious Breakfast at Yolkshire
Eggs for many are the first choice to kick start the day and their three outlets across the city does justice to the humble egg! From the traditional ‘half fry’ to eggs benedict, ‘anda bhurji’ or just egg-white omelette, they have it all.
Pair this with with your choice of bread, side or add ons to have a breakfast that will keep you going for the day. This pocket friendly place will definitely give your your protein fix and give you a healthy and nutritious start to the day.
Cost: Rs 650 for two (approx.)
Address: 20, Karishma Society, Off Karve Road, Kothrud and 2 more locations.
Hangover Remedy at Peter’s Pan
If you are looking for a pocket friendly place with a welcoming ambience and good service, then this place in where you could head to.
Apart from their chocolate marble waffle, classic pancakes, omelettes and the savoury waffles with salami, sausage, chicken, spinach etc. they also have the must try “Hangover Remedy for those unpleasant mornings’.
Cost: Rs 500 for two (approx.)
Address: 16, Green Valley, Wanowrie.
Eggs Benedict at The French Window Patisserie
A quaint cafe with elegant and classy vibes, this cafe serves some a great egg benedict that won’t disappoint you.
These Parisian style eggs are served with butter croissants, poached eggs, salmon, bacon or ham with a generous serving of the creamy Hollandaise sauce.
Their nachni oat pancakes, oat and ragi porridge, granola bowls are some of the most popular orders from their breakfast menu.
Cost: Rs 600 for two (approx.)
Address: Bungalow 4, Lane 5, Koregaon Park.
Comfort Food at Coffee House
There is nothing better than your ‘desi nashta’ but what if you can savour baked beans with toast, assorted pakoras, south Indian delicacies, sandwiches and more, all under the same roof?
Coffee house should be your go to place if you are looking for a ‘masaledaar’ morning breakfast. And yes, don’t forget to taste their hot chocolate and fried Idli.
Cost: Rs 550 for two (approx.)
Address: 2A, Next to Dorabjees, Moledina Road, Camp Area.
Parsi Mornings At The Bawa
With a relaxing and peaceful ambience, this joint is tucked away in Viman Nagar and offers authentic Parsi treats.
Some of their most recommended dishes are Akoori (Parsi style scrambled eggs), Bharichi Akoori, Bheja Per Edu (eggs on brain masala), Paneer Bon Bon etc.
They also have a wide variety of sandwiches, waffles and pancakes in their breakfast menu.
Cost: Rs 800 for two (approx.)
Address: Plot 108, 4-Nandgaon, Opposite Lunkad Garden, Beside HDFC Bank, Dutta Mandir Chowk, Viman Nagar.
#All images and prices are indicative and readers are advised to check finer details at the respective outlets. This is not an official #Pune365 review.
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