Authentic, Affordable & Absolutely Delicious! The Best Thalipeeth Across Pune

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The Maharashtrian equivalent of the mighty pancake, thalipeeth is a savoury dish made out of a special multi grain flour with different herbs and spices. Here’s a list of restaurants where you can get some of this authentic Maharashtrian fare across the city!


Located in Parichay Hotel, this multicuisine restaurant has made a name for itself with its quick, yet polite service. With copper ghanghaalas filled with flowers, carts of spices, and traditional paintings adorning the wall, the ambience has a very distinctive Indian appeal to it. Always bustling with people, Shabree is a crowd favourite because of its clean and hygienic standards. You can try out their thalipeeth as a part of their Maharashtrian thali {INR 320}. The thali offers a wide variety of food including pakodas, shrikand, dahi wada, pithla and the iconic Wangi Masala and Zunka. What’s interesting is how they experiment with their thalipeeth; sabudana, moong, bhajani, kakadiche, a different type for different days! So head on to Shabree to experience some Maharashtrian love!

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This iconic restaurant is the perfect place for a Sunday brunch; hearty portions of scrumptious food! Although slightly steep in pricing, they have a cheeky policy of a refund in case you’re unable to finish everything on your plate. The clean and functional ambience is reflective of the busy crowds and the prompt service. You can avail the thali at INR 280 with a plethora of dishes like aamras, shrikand, kadi, spicy curry, dahi vada, rice fritters, spicy chana, fried cabbage, koshimbir, and of course their famous thalipeeth. Known for their simple yet delicious thalipeeth {onions and herbs}, we promise that you’ll leave very satisfied! A family friendly joint, frequented by all ages, Durvankur is almost always at full capacity. Make sure you plan ahead as parking space is limited.


Another gem offering traditional Maharashtrian food with interesting flavours, Mathura offers a great variety of dishes. The thalipeeth here is usually served with Mataki Usal, making for an extremely healthy and tasty breakfast. What’s great is that they experiment with ingredients for different flavours. The Thalipeeth batter is made with kala mirch instead of the regular chili powder for a different kind of spice kick! Additionally, they offer different types of thalipeeths such as bhajani thalipeeth, sabudana thalipeeth, and besan thalipeeth; all with slight variations in the batter. The service is comparatively slow, be prepared for a 10 minute wait even on weekdays. However, the courteous staff makes up for it.


Aptly named {Khadadi means some one who eats a lot in Marathi}, this is a one-stop destination for affordable and tasty meals! Don’t be fooled by the small size of this joint, tucked away in a bustling locality. With an open kitchen, you can watch your food getting prepared, rest assured about the cleanliness and hygiene. The thalipeeth at Khadadi is served with authentic homemade butter. Apart from butter, Khadadi offers a few other condiments such as spicy pickle, yogurt, and even ketchup for the more adventurous kinds. Known for its affordable yet satisfying portions, Khadadi’s thalipeeths are the perfect mix of crispy and dense, the batter prepared freshly every day. The best part? The warm personalised advice offered by the owner about the different items on the menu.


Over a decade old, Sharvaree has carved a name for itself in the ever changing food scene of Pune. Known for its quality and quantity, Sharvaree serves huge portions of tasty food, giving you real value for money. It has an outdoor and an air conditioned seating, and it attracts a steady stream of people, specifically college students. It offers a 10% discount for FC students. The thalipeeth here come in unique variations- tawa thalipeeth for the health conscious and fried thalipeeth for the taste oriented. Known for the delicious and unique taste, Sharvaree’s thalipeeth is made using a mix of millet flour, rice flour, split Bengal gram flour, sorghum flour, split black gram flour and a hint of coriander seeds. However, the full recipe is a well kept secret!