Pune has innumerable restaurants that offer every
conceivable kind of food A few of the restaurants
listed below are worth checking out.
is the word to describe this restaurant.There's
polished mirror and stained glass; marble and
granite and of course, there is very decent Chinese
food. For reasonably priced, above average Chinese
meal, one could check out the this place
Address: 2434 East Street, Pune 411 001.
Phone: 613 9637.
60 year old restaurant exudes warmth. Run by a
down-to-earth Chinese couple, you can be sure
to be served some authentic, wholesome Chinese
food here. Kamling has maintained its quality
down the years.
Address: 2431 East Street,
Pune 411 001. Phone: 613 0080.
An extremely popular eatery, this two-leveled
restaurant is always buzzing with customers. The
menu is exhaustive and if you like your food to
be nice and pungent, you will find the spicy dishes
to your taste.
Address: Shardaram Park, 37 Sassoon Road,
Pune 411 001.
Phone: 612 8474
Set amidst 42 acres of greenery, far from the
madding crowd is Ambrosia, virtually the nectar
of the gods. The ambience is to be experienced
to be believed. The restaurant serves a variety
of foods. One could even choose to spend an entire
day here with enough activities like tennis, golf
and swimming to keep you occupied.
Address: Survey Number 38/2, Bawdhan Khurd,
Pune 411 021. Phone: 528 1928
This is a large open-air restaurant with a fabulous
view of the river. A variety of food is served
here but a hot favourite is their coastal cuisine.
For an entirely different eating experience, Riverview
is a must.
Address: 81/82, North Main Road, Koregaon
Park, Pune 411 036.
Phone: 681 1335
Swiss Cheese Garden
India's first cheese restaurant, specialising
in fondues, raclettes, roestis, etc. The restaurant
is designed like a cottage with smart wooden interiors.
If you have a fetish for fondues and do not particularly
care for cheese, no sweat, they serve Indian and
Chinese as well.
Address: ABC Farms, North Main Road, Koregaon
Pune 411 001. Phone: 681 7413
Half an hour's drive from the city is Garden
Court, a large restaurant, nestled inside a large
open area with the hills providing the perfect
backdrop. It is a popular weekend restaurant with
a small pool for kids to splash around outdoors.
The place can be booked for large parties and
they also have facilities to hold conferences.
Address: 76/2 Kothrud, NDA Road, Pune 411
Phone: 528 3502
This is not just another eat and scoot place.
You come to Abhiruchi with plans to spend the
entire day amidst rustic surroundings and of course
enjoy wholesome Maharashtrian food. Set amidst
42 acres, there are plenty of activities to keep
you going for the day. Rides on camels and trains
plus a bumpy one on a bullock cart. There are
also hammocks to lounge on. After a satisfying
meal seems just the place to head for. The Thali
is priced at Rs 80/- for an adult and Rs 40/-
Address: Vadgaon Budruk, Pune 411 041.
Phone: 439 2588 / 439 2483
This is a very functional restaurant, with dining
halls.You come to Shreyas to savour typical Maharashtrian
food. At Rs 75/- per thali, it's good food and
great value for money.
Address: Café Shreyas, Apte Road, Pune
Phone: 553 2496
This is an extremely popular and reasonably priced
restaurant that serves some delicious Maharashtrian
fare. The place has an ethnic feel about it -
with its tasteful furniture, soothing upholstery
and potted plants, all of which contribute to
the cheerful ambience. At Rs 60/- per thali, one
is not surprised at Shabree's popularity.
Address: Hotel Parichay, F.C Road, Koregaon
Park, Pune 411 004.
Phone: 553 1511