What’s Inside Kunal Kemmu’s Foodie Brain? Let’s Find Out
Image Credit: Kunal Kemmu/Instagram, Look at what he's been thinking about!

If you’re a real foodie, we bet you’d relate to how Kunal Kemmu has been feeling lately. The actor is a hard-core foodie and loves digging into good food every now and then. Be it some fancy treat or a simple street food, Kunal cannot say no to food. This time, it was his foodie brain that made him think hard and reminded him of all the yummy food he’s had in the past.

Kunal recently took to his Instagram stories to share glimpses of all that was going on inside his head once he woke up. He wrote, “Woke up thinking about food and some fond food memories”. He took us through a series of pictures where he was enjoying tasty food. The video begins with a slice of cake that he had on his birthday and it read “birthday breakfast” as the caption.

Next up was the popular Indian street food, called vada pav. This classic snack from Mumbai is a fried potato patty sandwiched between a bun. This is usually served with a red tangy and a green mint chutney. And he was seen hogging them. This was followed by a homemade burger. On this, he wrote, “Breakfast burgers are the best”. Finally, we saw a sourdough pizza with burrata cheese. It looked absolutely delicious.

All these yummy treats made us drool in a matter of a few seconds. In the caption of the video, Kunal also wrote that it was Instagram that suggested the whole idea of the reel to him and he wondered why. In the end, he wished everyone a very good morning and left his followers craving so much right at the start of the day. However, this isn’t the first time that he has given us a sneak-peek into his indulgences.

During his all-boy trip to Europe, he was seen having ice creams, waffles, and more. Earlier, during a festival, the Kashmiri Pandit also prepared a pure vegetarian Kashmiri lunch at home and it was so wholesome. Some time ago, he was also seen having samosa pav for breakfast, which was proof enough that he has turned into a true-blue Mumbaikar.