5 Puneri Foods you got to taste!

Puneri Misal

Bedekar’s Tea Stall has been around for over 50 years tucked in the lanes of old Pune, it is a legend among locals and yes it lives upto it’s reputation. Misal is mild-spicy and has a sweet after taste. Slices of bread are served instead of pao.

It’s not originated from Pune, but mostly connected to the city.

Bajirao Mastani

Mastani is a purely Pune phenomenon. The combination of ice cream, cream, milk and flavours is not unique, but the name Mastani sure is. You can find it pretty much in every street corner and is Pune’s version of an ice cream shake.
If you are really interested to taste Mastani, you should visit Gujar Cold drinks house at Narayan Peth. They have interesting names for this drinks like Bajirao Mastani. It’s named after Bajirao’s wife Mastani. Her beauty now converted to sweet drinks of Pune 😛

Shrewsbury biscuits from Kayani Bakery

Shrewsbury biscuits are packed in familiar, square, patterned, carboard boxes and sold out in a few minutes every day. It can be perfect for your tea time or a gift for a friend.

photo (10)Bhakarwadi

Bakarwadi is a fried savory snack that has a spicy stuffing rolled into a dough and sliced into small pieces that look like cookies.  Bhakarwadi has a good shelf life, can be stored at room temperatures for  weeks and your best travel companion. So visit the Chitale Bandhu Mithaiwale to get the best chatpati taste of Bakarwadi in Pune.


Supreme Pizza

Supreme Pizza is one of the first places in Pune that offered Pizza (and have maintained that same consistent ‘Indian Pizza’ taste) since the early 1980s. It’s located on J.M. Road. If you visit Pune, don’t miss this item on your way.


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