Pune, the city that offers a splendid mix of old and new, is home to several renowned eateries. From the kitchen established in the 18th Century to Cafes from the 19th Century, Pune has quite a famous eateries that the Punekars swear by. Check-out these Eateries in Pune since Pre-Independence that the crowd has been loving.

1. Dorabjee and Sons since 1878

Are you a Parsi-food lover? Yes? Then, Dorabjee and Sons in Pune is a must-visit. It is Pune’s oldest Parsi Restaurant & one of the oldest in the country. What started with Bun Maska and Irani Chai in 1878, has now become a crowd-favorite restaurant in Pune. They still have displayed menus from the bygone era, where you can see dishes charged for some Aanas. Earlier people used to sit on the floors to eat. Many popular personalities have visited Dorabjee and Sons, one of them being the Balasahab Thackrey. From Mutton CutletChicken Biryani to Mutton Chilly Fry and Dhansak, the restaurant is full of surprises. Also, don’t forget to try their Caramel Custard when you visit them.

Where: Dastur Meher Rd, Pune

2. Husseny Bakery since 1932

One of the oldest bakeries in the city is known for its mouth-watering snacks. Late Mr. Mirdehghan Murteza started Husseny Bakery in Bhawani Peth in 1932. The bakery was known for supplying fresh baked goods to the Poona Cantonment and continued even after Independence. Later, the bakery was moved to Tatboot Street in Camp by his son, and soon it became one of the iconic bakeries of the city. From milk rusks with chai in the morning to nankhatais for your evening snack, they have it all.  

Where: Bhavani Peth, Pune

3. Cafe Goodluck since 1935

Ask any Punekar about their favorite Cafe, and chances are, they will say Cafe Goodluck. Founded in 1935 by Hussain Ali Yakshi, Cafe Goodluck is Pune’s oldest Irani Cafe. Many famous personalities like Rajesh Khanna, Dev Anand, David Dhawan, Radhika Apte have visited this cafe. Even after years, their recipes, cooking style remains the same and tastes mind-blowing. Their specialty is the bun maska with steaming tea/coffee and is loved by all. 

Where: Fergusson College Rd, Pune

4. Appa’s Canteen since 1942

Appa chi canteen has witnessed food lovers from across the nation, and why would it not? The place serves cuisines enriched with fresh ingredients, natural flavors, and quality food. Founded by Ramchandra Bhatt aka Appa in the year 1942, the canteen helps you experience home-made food even when miles away from your home. Make sure you order their special Cucumber Sabudana Khichdi and Uppit

Where: Shaniwar Peth, Pune.

Do you know anymore Eateries in Pune since Pre-Independence? Tell us your favorite in the comments below.

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