Plain, Cheesy or Spicy: 5 Eateries That Get Their Maggi On Point

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Ten-Second Takeaway

A hot plate of delicious Maggi on a rainy afternoon is an inexpensive form of happiness you can get under two-minutes! But let’s try to experiment with our childhood-fave and play around with ingredients you never thought can blend well with your Maggi. These places in Pune are acing the deal and giving Maggi a whole new look!

Good Food’s

Good Food’s at Law College Road, popularly known as Pune’s ultimate Maggi point is a major attraction for students of ILS, Symbiosis, FTII and Fergusson. The reason is simple – 34 varieties of lip-smacking Maggi, starting at INR 50! Needless to say, the old-school masala magic Maggi tossed in onions, tomatoes, chillies and garlic paste is an all-time favourite. However, we absolutely loved the hot-served double cheese curry Maggi {INR 100}, the spicy schezwan magical {INR 80}, the chicken double butter and chicken schezwan cheese for INR 120.

K Anna Maggi Point

K Anna Maggi Point at Ragvilas Society in Koregaon Park has been on every Maggi lovers’ favourite list for over five years. Anna keeps his stall open between 7 am and 6:30 pm, everyday. However, we bet you will always find the joint bustling with foodies with a plate of Maggi in their hands. Yes, Anna is that famous out here! The classics out here are the masala Maggi for INR 50, the egg bhurji Maggi for INR 70 and the magical cheese Maggi for INR 60.

Cheezy Bites

What if we say you can customise your favourite bowl of hot Maggi with toppings and ingredients of your choice? At Cheezy Bites in Kothrud, that’s a possibility for just INR 70! Also, you have to try the mint mayo Maggi for INR 50 and the paneer masala Maggi for INR 60.

Annie’s Kitchen

A quaint little restaurant near Niranjan Park on the Sinhagad Road, Annie’s Kitchen serves simple yet mouthwatering Maggi dishes, starting INR 30. The plain masala Maggi is an age-old favourite on a rainy evening. You must try the egg Maggi {INR 40}, the schezwan Maggi {INR 50} and the cheese Maggi {INR 50}.


Run by a couple for over a decade, the Maggi at this small roadside cart is a big hit amongst students and working professionals from Pune I.T. Park at Bopodi. The place is right next to Kundan Plaza at Bhau Patil Road. The classic masala Maggi out here, for INR 50, is deep fried and tossed in caramalised onions, tomatoes, carrots, peas, chillies and red chilli powder. If you want egg bhurji and cheese on your maggi, the aunty will happily customise your dish for an extra INR 20. Don’t forget to get a cup of hot adrak chai to go with the food. It’s the best feeling you’ll ever have during monsoon!


Former Features Writer, LBB