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Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day. And, we agree! Kick start your day with an omelette, eggs Benedict, pancakes and more. Here are the best breakfast places in Pune where you can go and eat like a king.
Fat Cat’s Cafe in Wanowrie has a breakfast menu that they dish out starting at 8 am. The spread includes different styles of eggs: sunny-side up, scrambled, and stuffed omelettes; all of which are served with toast, sausages (chicken or pork) or hash browns. The menu also includes breakfast sandwiches, pancakes, smoothies, and desserts. Their fluffy ‘ooh la la’ omelette – stuffed with tomatoes, ham and cheese, two toasts, and two juicy-fried pork sausages – is a must-try. And, their churro pancakes, which are very indulgent are worth ordering too.
A meal for two at Fat Cat's Cafe will set you back INR 800. The cafe has free WiFi, indoor and outdoor seating and has a smoking area too.
The Terttulia Bistro at Balewadi High Street serves up some delicious and mouthwatering breakfast items all day. Their breakfast menu consists of sandwiches, breakfast meals, cereals, eggs, shakes, teas and coffees. Their breakfast meals start at INR 300 and include fruits, a main-pancakes or sandwich, a drink and some other condiments. We love their choco chip pancakes that comes for INR 250 teamed with a fresh, cold glass of lemon iced tea for INR 100. A meal for two at Terttulia would cost you around INR 800.
Tucked away just off lane 5 in Koregaon Park, in a bungalow, The French Window Patisserie is a nice spot to grab breakfast. Choose from eggs-to-order, freshly baked croissants, Parisian-style Eggs Benedict, eggs on toast, pancakes (classic, and a healthy nachni-oat option as well), porridge, and granola bowls are available from 9.00 am, until 12.30 pm. For those who take their breakfast game seriously, we suggest trying their classic Parisian Eggs Benedict – a butter croissant served with poached eggs, smoked salmon, topped with Hollandaise sauce; while dessert lovers could partake in the apple-pie pancakes, and meat-lovers could enjoy their cheesy ‘meat-fest’ omelette with a side of toast and some salad leaves. Caffeine addicts will also appreciate their manual-made brews here, available in Aeropress, French-press, and pour-over. A meal for two at French Window would cost you around INR 700.