Pune Oldest Supermarket Sells Fine Wine, Gourmet Food Products, Cold Cut Meat & More

Food Stores


Viman Nagar, Pune
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Town Square Shopping Center, 230-A, Viman Nagar, Pune


Sprawling over 20,000 square feet, Pune’s heritage super-mart, Dorabjee’s & Co, at Moledina Road in Camp, stores the finest range and a mind-boggling variety of products, across categories – exotic and seasonal fruits and vegetables, tinned and canned food, assortment of cold cut meat, health and personal care products, pet-friendly essentials, confectionery and much more.

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The story of Dorabjee’s traces back in the mid 1860’s when the store was called Treacher & Co., and was run by an Englishman. In 1911, Dorabjee Pallonji Patell bought it over, thus kick-starting an one-of-kind shopping experience, roping in the best of local and imported products, catering to all customers’ needs for over 100 odd years!

Run by the fourth generation of the Patell family, Dorabjee’s, today, has expanded itself across two more locations- Viman Nagar and NIBM.

With an average footfall of about 10,000 customers per week {perhaps, more during weekends}, Dorabjee’s well-stocked shelves of local and global produce, will spoil you for choices.

From Villar-Maitre white chocolate to Gruyere and Cumin Gouda, from Marquis de Rothberg wines to Maretti’s bruchetta; classic Monin syrups, Europaea milk from Ireland, Belgian fat-free ham, Raw juices, gourmet bread, canned olives, multi-vitamins and grain-free pet food by Wellness Natural, take a step forward towards organic food and healthcare options at Dorabjee’s.

Homegrown chefs, find your freshest produce out here! The spacious interiors of Dorabjee’s houses your day-to-day staples, grains, pulses, spices, coffee and tea, sauces, pickles, preserves, baking ingredients, snacks and crackers, noodles, pastas, dairy essentials and literally, EVERYTHING under the sun!

Anything Else?

You can grab a quickbite at Dorabjee’s Coffee Corner in the foyer. We recommend you try the choco mint pastry {INR 90}, along with a glass of cold coffee with vanilla ice cream {INR 100}. If you want to eat something filling, dig in to a plate of chicken cream tikka for INR 45 and the mutton bombay kebab for INR 40.