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Shri Krishna Bhuvan At Budhwar Peth Sells The Spiciest Misal Pav In Town

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Misal-pav is one of the most iconic Maharashtrian dishes, and also one of the most hotly debated topics in Pune food circles. One thing most people can agree on, though – is that Shri Krishna Bhuvan’s misal-pav is authentic, and super tasty.

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Each home or eatery serves their own version of misal-pav, so it’s not always going to be presented or taste the same, wherever you go. Misal-pav at Shri Krishna Bhuvan is served as a potato bhaji and yellow pohe base topped with chivdasev, and chopped onion, with two slices of white bread and the tarri or ‘sample’ {spicy gravy} on the side.

You can add the tarri to the pohe-bhaji mix as per your desired spice level. Shri Krishna Bhuvan’s tarri is made with tomatoes, onions, red chillies, and grated coconut – which we hear is a very pleasing combination of flavours, popular among locals and tourists alike. Soak it all up with the soft bread, and you’re good to go.

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Shri Krishna Bhuvan is situated in the by-lanes of Tulsi Baug, and there’s a bit of sightseeing and interesting shops you can visit nearby, as well. One order of misal-pav will cost you INR 70; extra bread is INR 3 per slice, extra tarri is INR 40, and extra onions INR 2. We also hear that their kanda-bhajji {6 pieces} for INR 40, and kande-pohe for INR 35 are worth trying. You can eat a full meal within INR 200 – a deliciously tempting offer that has us making plans to visit, right away!


We’re told they sometimes shut shop early if they run out of stock – so try and get there by the afternoon, latest.