Delicious Vada Pav and Misal Pav are surely the favorite street food items for anyone in Pune. Nevertheless, the street food in Pune is a lot beyond these items. Read through to know more about the evergreen , lip-smacking street food in Pune.
People in Pune love their hot piping Misal Pav and it is one of the favored fast food items here. Bipin snacks serves amazing Misal Pav from morning 8 AM to noon 1 PM and evening 4 PM to 7 PM. Misal at Damodar is also worth a try. Apart from that, Madhuchi Gadi is also great for misal craving on Sundays. If you visit it during the month of April, they even serve aam shira. On other days too, they have an equally amazing menu.
Vada Pav, the India Burger, is the most popular and loved street food of Maharastra and when you Pune do not miss out the awesome tasty and tangy Vada pav’s served at Garden Vada Pav stall and Shiv Shakti Vada Pav stall.
Crispy hot dosas are loved by all. But if you want to have the street version of it- cheap,, tasty and crispy try Dakshin Davangiri , they serve very tasty dosas with lots of butter. Near to this place, you can even savor on parathe and sugarcane juice from the neighboring stalls. Tasty Dosa is even available at Durga stall.
Medu vadas and super soft idlis available from 7 AM in the morning plus crispy dosas and uttapam in the evenings at Mohan are certainly worth trying. Sambar here smells so good that you ought to crave for more.
Sweet Water fish Fry and Kolkata rolls
For anyone who is looking forward to Bengali food items, head to Flavours of Bengal. Amazing fluffy and tasty Kolkata Rolls are the specialty of this street food joint. You can even taste the awesome fish fry and aloo posto too. This place is a favorite of all the Bengalis in Pune- Rolls at its best.
Yashwant’s at JM Road serves special Kacchi Dabeli and you ought to try even if you are not a Gujarati. Dabeli originates from Kacch in Gujarat and this food joint serves amazing and almost authentic Dabeli that is absolutely extraordinary in Pune. Dabeli is made mixing boiled potatoes with a dabeli masala, and putting the mixture between pav.
Bajri Wada, Khandvi, Dhokla and Samosa
For all the Gujaratis out there, Mahila Udyog puts up a tempo on the is a place you cannot fail to visit. From fresh khandvi to dhokla to bajri wada to mouthwatering dessert gulab jamun, this is the most recommended street food joint to visit on weekdays. They remain closed on Sundays.
JM Road, FC Road and Model Colony have some great food joints serving juicy momos and awesome veg and non-veg thukpa. The thin covering of the momos served here reflect the authenticity of the dish.
Khichda, Tilli and Kheema samosa
For non vegetarian food lovers, Farooque Bhai’s stall is worth visiting. The small cooked meat pieces of Khichda would surely mesmerize your taste buds. Try tilli and keema samosa too if you are here. The prices are unbelievably cheap.
Hindavi Swaraj serves crispy and soft sabudana vada to devour along with steaming hot tea. 15 Rs. per plate for delectable sabudana vada is certainly worth an experience.
Musk Melon Milkshake
Royal Cold Drink is very popular for musk melon faluda with icecream and musk melon milk shake- one of its kind- to beat the summer heat of Pune. Green Kashmiri drink is also worth trying if you happen to be at Royal Cold Drink.
Banana Lassi with lots of cream topping at Shiv Kailash is one of the most recommended items to have after dinner,. They even have the options of hot milk or cold milk. The best part of this place is that it is open till midnight.
This is Pune’s distinctive drink and a must try while in Pune. A thick milkshake that is served with a huge blob of icecreamon the top. Best places to have Mastani in Pune are Sujata Mastani at Camp Vanowrie and Gujjar Mastani.
Pune Camp and Chowpatty of Pune are also some of the most popular places to enjoy appetizing street food in this city.
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