Indian - Sigree (Dhole Patil Road), Vaishali (F C Road), Blue Nile (Bund Garden Road), Chingari (Le Meridien Hotel), The Yellow Chilli (Koregaon Park), Nawab Restaurant (Bund Garden Road), The Great Punjab Restaurant (Koregaon Park), Bay of Bengal (Shivaji Nagar), Radhika (Chaturshrungi), Kebab Hut (Hotel Sun N Sand), Roopali Restaurant (F C Road), Coffee House (Moledina Road - Camp), Dorabjee & Sons (Sharbatwala Chowk), George's Restaurant (Camp), Coconut Grove (Mangalwar Peth), Golconda (Koregaon Park), Koyla (Koregaon Park and F C Road), Kalyani Restaurant (Kalyani Nagar)
Chinese - Mainland China (Dhole Patil Road), Chinese Room (East Street, Camp), Malakas Spice (Koregaon Park), Whispering Bamboos (Hotel Taj Blue Diamond), All Stir Fry (University Road), Haka (Shivaji Nagar), China Grill Restaurant and Lounge Bar (Wanwadi), Zen (Shivaji Nagar), Spice Island (Hotel Le Meridien), Golden Dragon (Karve Road), China Grill (Wanwadi), Dai Wong (Viman Nagar), China Park (Koregaon Park), China Gate Restaurant (Deccan Gymkhana)
European/Continenta - Arthur's Theme (Koregaon Park), Toscana (Kalyani Nagar), Stone Water Grill (Koregaon Park), Curry on the Roof (Deccan), Polka Dots (Aundh & Kalyani Nagar), La Dolce Vita Ristorante Italiano (Dhole Patil Road), Prem's (Koregaon Park), The Place Touche the Sizzler (Moledina Road), Mirchi Kola (Camp), E-Square Food Court (University Road)
Regional Speciality - Authentic Maharashtrian cuisine is served at Mystic Masala (Hotel taj Blue Diamond), Shabree ( F C Road), Shangrila (Erandwane), Durvankur Restaurant (Tilak Road) and Shreyas (Deccan), while road side vendors sell snacks such as vada pav, bhelpuri, kachhi dabeli, misal, chivda and bakarvadi.Pune is peppered with Iranian restaurants. Café Sunrise at Deccan Gymkhana area is famous for its cheese omelettes. Localites swear by the fresh, soft and delectable chutney, vegetable and cheese sandwiches of MG Roadâs Marz-O-Rin. The rose milk, mango shake, walnut brownies and macaroons available here are equally popular. And for the non-vegetarian lovers, there is Dorabjeeâs â an ancient Parsi eatery at the Camp area â whose mutton biryani and Dhansak (a Parsi dish, served only on Sunday afternoon) have earned itself a huge fan following. Besides mutton, there are some equally delicious chicken dishes available here, as well. For those with an ear for jazz, there is the Shisha Café at
Koregaon Park. It offers a wide range of cuisine â from authentic Iranian food, including mouth-watering omelettes, to Indian and Continental dishes. A popular haunt among foreigners and jazz lovers (Thursday nights are âJazz Nitesâ), what adds to the already âchilled outâ atmosphere of the Shisha Café are the eponymous shisha (or hookahs), which are available in six flavors.
The Pune University area, which is dotted by innumerable roadside eateries that specialize from tandoori chicken to misal pavs is one of the favorite hang out places for those who want variety on their palate without burning their pockets. The German Bakery at Koregaon Park and Kayani, which is renowned for its Shrewsbery biscuits are two of the most popular confectioneries.