The French-German theologian Albert Schweitzer summing up the importance of Sundays once said, "Do not let Sundays be taken from you. If your soul has no Sunday, it becomes an orphan." Sample this, not only can a well-spent Sunday sum up an otherwise crazy week but can also set the tone for one to follow! While we relate to the fact that Sundays should only be about you and your bed, indulgence is the only thing that can draw out lazy bums like myself.
If you happen to be in Pune and looking for a reason good enough to actually step out and treat yourself, congratulations, because you've just hit jackpot! Owing to the city's flourishing food scene, Pune has some great options for your perfect Sunday brunch plans. Call up your gang, fix those long overdue plans and get down to hogging at these great Sunday brunches in Pune this Sunday!
Can't decide on what type of food you want on a Sunday afternoon? Located in an upscale hotel, Coriander Kitchen is the answer you've been looking for—well, because they have it all! Right from chaat counters to wood fired pizzas to authentic North Indian spread and even sumptuous waffles, Coriander Kitchen is a foodie's paradise. Make sure that you come on an empty stomach because this one will spoil you for choice!
Cost per person: ₹2,400 for food only; ₹2,700 for food, soft drinks and mocktails; ₹3,400 for an alcoholic brunch and ₹1,200 per child for food only
Cuisine: Indian, Asian, Mediterranean
Standout dishes: Thin crust margarita, Bhel puri, Chole bhature, Eggs and bacon
Timings and location: 12:30PM to 4PM; Conrad, Mangaldas Road, Bund Garden Road, Pune
There are brunches and then there are 'big brunches'—the folks at Pune's 212 All Day Cafe and Bar swear by the latter. With more than 60 dishes on offer, this cafe in Pune's Phoenix Market City Mall puts up one of the biggest spreads in the city. To accompany the delicious food, they also offer a great selection of spirits. And as if that wasn't enough, there's always live music that keeps the vibe going at the city's favourite Sunday brunch spot.
Cost per person: ₹799 for food and soft drinks; ₹1,098 for food, soft drinks, beers, wines and cocktails; ₹1,198 for the full fare, including wines and ₹399 for kids aged between 5-12 (unlimited food and soft drinks)
Cuisine: Continental, Salad
Standout dishes: Almond french toast, Seared fish with lemon paprika sauce, Turkish chicken salad, Tiramisu
Timings and location: 12PM to 4PM; G-53, Phoenix Market City, Nagar Road, Viman Nagar, Pune
Looking for motivation to get out of bed on a lazy Sunday morning? Ice-cold, freshly brewed beer—need we say anything more? A microbrewery beer lovers in Pune swear by, Independence Brewing Company offers a selection of six home brews making it the booziest Sunday brunch in town! And the best part is that the food is as lip-smackingly good as their beer. The eatery puts up a generous multi-cuisine spread that includes everything from classic bar bites to mains cooked to perfection and a crazy variety of mouth watering desserts. What more could one ask for, we wonder!
Cost (per person): ₹850 for unlimited food and soft beverages; ₹1,300 for food and beer; ₹1,550 for food, beer and cocktails.
Cuisine: American, Continental, Mexican, North Indian, Salad
Standout dishes: Juicy IPA (beer), Chicken sliders, Independence paprika wings, Chocolate mousse
Timings and location: 12PM to 4PM; 79/1, Zero One Complex, Pingale Vasti, Mundhwa, Pune
In-house restaurant of the plush Hyatt Hotel in Pune, Baan Tao gives your traditional Sunday brunch an oriental twist! With their generous offerings of dimsums, sushi bars, Thai curries and wok-tossed preparations, Baan Tao's brunch is unlike any other. Sunday mornings here are nothing short of crazy with people pouring in huge numbers to get a taste of authentic Asian delicacies. Make sure you book your spot well in advance!
Cost (per person): ₹1,450 for a non-alcoholic brunch and ₹2,650 for an alcoholic spread
Cuisine: Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian
Standout dishes: Pan seared chicken dimsums, Pork bao, Prawns in honey and burnt garlic, White chocolate coconut dome stuffed with ruby chestnuts
Timings and location: 12:30PM to 3:30PM; Hyatt Pune, Adjacent to Aga Khan Palace, Nagar Road, Kalyani Nagar, Pune
Located in one of Pune's most posh localities Koregaon Park, The Earth Cafe (TEC) is a humble yet lively eatery best known for their pocket- friendly Sunday brunches. With a good mix of spirits and food, TEC's brunch is all about offering its guests a homely and comfortable dining experience. Be it the eclectic interiors or warm service, everything is planned to give diners a wholesome experience. TEC is definitely the place you should be heading to if you're looking for a great brunch under ₹1000!
Cost (per person): ₹699 for a food-only fare and ₹1,111 for food and beer.
Cuisine: Continental, North Indian, European
Standout dishes: Basil chicken broth, Fiery sambal chicken curry, Earth roasted chicken drumstick, Fudgie brownie with ice cream
Timings and location: 12:00PM to 3:00PM; Upper Ground Floor, Lane 7, Power Plaza, Koregaon Park, Pune
A favourite amongst office-goers in Pune, Cafe 1730 wears a completely different look every Sunday morning. This quaint and relaxed cafe beautifully combines the exciting flavours of Goa and North India with those of the west to result in a unique brunch spread. And since no good meal is ever complete without great dessert, they also offer a table full of sweet treats that are nothing but sheer indulgence!
Cost (per person): ₹725 for a non-alcoholic meal; ₹1,059 for food, beer, wine and cocktails; 1,599 for unlimited food and Indian Made Foreign Liquour
Cuisine: Goan, Continental, North Indian
Standout dishes: Cheese platter, Red wine sangria, Goan prawns curry, Sizzler ice-cream
Timings and location: 12:00PM to 4:00PM; Unit 8, Tower 2, World Trade Centre (WTC), Near EON IT Park, Kharadi, Pune
No buffet is a big, fat one unless there's a sinful Punjabi tadka to it! The folks at Exotica have identified just that and are offering a stellar Punjabi buffet every Sunday morning right in the heart of Pune! The ultimate highlight of the spread is the live barbecue, dishing out juicy kebabs, melt-in-your-mouth tikkas and flavoursome sea food items. To add to that, they also put five other live counters and a pasta station apart from more than 10 main course offerings! Trust us when we say this, if you're someone who boasts of their appetite, Exotica will put you to a solid test.
Cost (per person): ₹850 without alcohol; ₹1,125 with alcohol and ₹520 for kids
Cuisine: North Indian
Standout dishes: Chicken tikka, Tandoori prawns, Dal makhani, Gulab jamun
Timings and location: 12:30PM to 3:30PM; 7th Floor, Tower C, Panchshil Tech Park, Near Pune Golf Course, Yerawada, Pune
If you're a vegetarian who's sulking after reading about all those chicken tikkas and kebabs, here's your silver lining. With multiple branches spread throughout Pune, Little Italy is bringing authentic flavours from the streets of Italy right on to your plate and they're doing it solely for the vegetarians out there! Top notch ambience combined with pizzas, pastas, juices, ice creams and desserts makes this one of those spots you can never have enough of.
Cost (per person): ₹749 without alcohol; ₹949 for food and alcohol and ₹549 for children below 10 years of age
Cuisine: Italian, Salad
Standout dishes: Pasta don vito, Arrabbiata penne, Pizza Napoli, Blueberry cheesecake
Timings and location: 12:00PM to 3:30PM; 465, Ganeshkhind, Next To Pune Central Mall, Off Model Colony, Shivaji Nagar, Pune
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