Famous Dishes in Pune | Fort JadhavGADH - A Gadh Heritage Hotel

Famous Dishes in Pune

We're sure Punekars and the country agree, that some of the best street foods come from this western state of India. From street bites to mouthwatering treats that'll have your taste buds begging for more, here is a list of street food you can't miss in Pune.

Misal Pav served in a plate with onion and lemon on the side - Fort JadhavGADH

Misal Pav: Pune's Must-Have Dish
Start your Pune food tour with the city's OG dish, Misal Pav. It's a spicy lentil curry topped with sev, chillies, and a dollop of butter, best enjoyed with soft pav. Head to Kata Kirr, the Misal Pav king, for the real Pune taste.

Two pieces of Vada Paav ready to be served - Fort JadhavGADH

Vada Pav: Street Food Royalty
Pune proudly claims Vada Pav as its own – the most simple yet satisfying snack. A fried potato patty snug between a soft bread roll slathered up with chutneys and spices. It's the fast, cheap, and tasty way to dive into Pune's street food vibe.

Cinnammon Rolls stacked together -Fort JadhavGADH

Bhakarwadi: Pune's Hidden Gem
Bhakarwadi, a flaky snack with sweet and spicy filling, is Pune's undercover gem. Savour its unique textures and flavours, and you'll get why locals can't get enough.

Lentils curry served in a brown bowl with a spoon - Fort JadhavGADH

Pithla Bhakri: Rustic Comfort Food
For a taste of Pune's simple yet flavorful cuisine, try Pithla Bhakri. This traditional Maharashtrian dish, served with rustic sorghum bread, screams the traditional food of Pune.

A woman serving Sabudana Vada - Fort JadhavGADH

Sabudana Vada: Rainy Day Bliss
On a rainy day, grab a plate of Sabudana Vada – deep-fried tapioca pearl goodness. Golden and crispy, they're often paired with spicy chutneys for a flavour blast.

Mango thick shake served in a glass - Fort JadhavGADH

Mango Mastani: Sweet Treat
No Pune food journey is complete without Mango Mastani. This thick, creamy shake made with fresh mangoes, milk, and ice cream is a sweet treat perfect for cooling down on a hot Pune day.

Poha served in a white bowl - Fort JadhavGADH

Poha: Pune's Breakfast Bliss
For a light and tasty breakfast, Pune swears by Poha. Flattened rice, onions, potatoes, spices, and herbs – all topped with sev and a squeeze of lemon.

Indian street food served in a paper bowl - Fort JadhavGADH

Dabeli: Spicy Street Delight
Dabeli, a spicy potato patty with pomegranate seeds, sev, and chutneys, is the star of street food in Pune. The mix of textures and flavours is a snack lover's dream.

While you enjoy your time around Pune, for all the naps you want to take after meals, Fort JadhavGADH - A Gadh Heritage Hotel is the perfect stay. Rooms are luxurious, facilities are attractive and not to mention, our restaurants Chhajja, Payatha, and Aangan serve a variety from local Maharashtrian to continental in case you don't feel like stepping out.