Pune's Best Delicacies That You Must Enjoy This Monsoon

From Durga’s cold coffee to Garden vada pav, these are Pune's must-try food joints.

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Brace yourself Punekars as your favourite season comes up with splashes of fresh rainwater and petrichor. As we embrace monsoon, the other thing that pops up in our mind are the flavours of deep-fried delicacies like pakoras and samosas.

If you are in Pune you can never keep yourself away from best flavours of this city and here are some of the best eateries you cannot afford to miss this monsoon-

Pithla Bhakar and Kanda Bhaji at Sinhagad Fort:

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Located roughly 30 kilometres from the city, Sinhagad is place where one can find solace. The place with its serenity and cool breeze is absolute bliss; and when here, one must definitely try the most authentic and delicious staple food of Maharashtra - Pithla Bhakar and Kanda Bhaji.

Corn Pakoras at Tiger Point:

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Tiger Point is the ideal place to capture the best sunset and to experience the fresh breeze. What makes this place even more special, is the garma garam sweet corn pakoras, served with a steaming hot cup of tea.

Bun Maska & Chai at Cafe Goodluck:

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Located at the prime location of FC Road, Café Goodluck is the best place to grab a bite of the bun maska whilst sipping your tea. How much better can it get when you have an awesome weather complementing golden buns smeared with generous amounts of butter?

Momo’s and Thupka Soup at Model Colony:

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Here is a combo that will beat your monsoon cravings to the core. Not very far from CS, Momo’s and Thupka soup at Model Colony is the best thing that you should try this monsoon.

Also Read: 7 Places To Eat Lip-Smacking Momos In Pune

Vada Pav at Garden Vada Pav:

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Garden Vada Pav in Camp area is a popular stall among patrons for its large-sized golden brown vadas, served along with onion, chura and lemon. What makes this stall standout amongst others is its hygiene and reasonable price.

Misal Pav at Bedekar Misal:

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Stepping out in this awesome weather and not savouring a hot plate of misal pav is punishable by death. Garnished with farsan and adorned with onion rings, this chatakdaar misal paav from Narayan Peth is the best thing to relish on.

Tea at Tilak Stall:

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The only beverage that can complement monsoon cravings is tea/coffee and if you are passing by Tilak Road then halting here for a tea break is mandatory.

Also Read: 10 Must Visit Chai Trails In Pune

Pav Bhaji at Supreme Corner:

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Pav Bhaji has always made us go crazy- how can you resist the small dollop of golden butter gradually melting over the red-hot bhaji? To enjoy the authentic taste of Pav Bhaji and Pulav one must definitely visit this place on JM Road and savour it to the core.

Maggi at Tiger’s Point:

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A cliff-top point in Lonavala is not just popular for its mesmerizing view but also the lip smacking snacks you get here and one such snack is our all-time favourite: hot bowl of Maggi. When here you’ll find a lot many stalls that are ready to serve you maggi in two minutes!

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Shruti Mendulkar (WRITER)

I am a girl full of beans. What drives me crazy is food, not just savoring it but also preparing it. I am a writer, food blogger, designer and potter header…oops, went too much with the flow!