Where to Eat And Drink in Pune: A Local’s Guide
Updated : July 01, 2021 05:07 IST
Here is a list of some of the most popular eating joints, restaurants, and bars in Pune where you can quench your hunger and enjoy a bustling night life of the city. Let’s begin.
Pune is a vibrant city known for its wonderful weather, steep hills, IT parks, and reputed educational institutions that made it won the title of “The Oxford of the East”. The city has a glorious past and has several popular natural and historic tourist attractions. Pune’s bustling nightlife is also quite known. If you happen to visit Maharashtra’s second-largest city after Mumbai for discovering its prominent landmark and eye-grabbing architect, and looking for economical places to have different meals of the day, you can refer to this piece of writing anytime. Here, we are going to tell you about some extremely popular eating joints, restaurants, and bars where you can enjoy a perfect meal and have a light night too. Let’s begin.
To quench your hunger in the morning, you can go to these places:
Vaishali – It is located on FC Road. The restaurant is one of the oldest vegetarian eateries which is famous for its South Indian foods. If you are looking for a hygenic and happening place to have the best quality foods, Vaishali can be your stop.
Roopali – It is another famous restaurant for South Indian foods. Eating here will cost around Rs 400 for two people. Butter idli, idli sambar, upma, onion uttappa, filtered coffee, and hot coffee are its popular dishes and beverages. Rooplai is also located on FC Road.
If you are craving typical Maharashtrian breakfast dishes, you can visit Supreme Corner for delicious pav bhaji, Aamhi Pohekar for light and tasty poha, and Kata Kirr for mouth-watering missal pav.
Another popular place for having delectable street foods in Maharashtra is Vohuman Café located in Dhole Patil Road. You will have to pay around Rs 200 for two people here. Its famous dishes include toast butter cheese, maska pav, double egg cheese omelette, and anda bhurji.
For lip-smacking foods in Pune during lunch time, you can visit the following places:
House of Paratha - This hotel in JM Road serves a massive vegetarian thali that contains 8-9 curry vegetables, salads, dum biryani, buttermilk, and more. For people with a big appetite, the House of Paratha is an ideal place to go.
Mathura Pure Veg – It serves both Maharashtrian and North Indian foods along with popular street foods of the state and beverages. A traditional thali at Mathura Pure Veg is enough to satisfy your tastebuds and quench your hunger.
Sigree – This stylish venue is known for its North Indian delicacies and buffet spreads. Without alcohol, the average cost of eating at this place is Rs 1,600 for two people.
Surve’s – This is an economical place where you can have pure non-vegetarian foods for just Rs 500 for two. Some of the popular dishes of Surve’s include mutton rassa, mutton kharda, and grvran chicken.
Some of the most sought-after places to have dinner in Pune are the following:
SP’s Biryani House – Located in Tilak Road, SP’s Biryani House is known for serving exceptionally good biryani that can leave you asking for more. You will find a variety of biryani and mutton dishes here. For having a satisfying dinner at Sp’s Biryani House, you need to spend just Rs. 800 for two.
The Blue Nile – If offers North Indian, Mughlai, and Malwani dishes to its customers. The venue is known for dishes including mutton seekh kebab, mutton biryani, aromatic biryani, and mutton masala.
There is no dearth of places for a perfect night out in Pune. More than 100 pubs and nightclubs remain open for you to have delicious food and cocktails and dance your worries away.
Mi-a-Mi is one of Pune’s most happening places. Here, free alcohol is served to ladies. Oak Lounge is another party spot where you can enjoy great music and mind-boggling drinks. Irish House in Pune’s Viman Nagar and Symphony Resto Bar in Shivajinagar are other perfect places to have an unforgettable night in the city.