Street Art meets globally influenced Street Food at this eatery in Pune | Bellydriven

Street Art meets Street Food here at this eatery…as you enter this place in Koregaon Park you will be hit by walls splashed with graffiti, the place has successfully managed to marry street art in a fun, quirky way with their rendition of globally influenced fusion street food. Cozy corners, An in house food truck that serves on the go churros and mocktails and loads of board games stacked to have a fun time with the gang of friends… Welcome to Mr. Vandal Continue reading

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Mutton Golgappas…You will find them here in Pune | Bellydriven

 

As I read through the menu here…GHOSHT KE GAPPE instantly caught my eye and I went ahead and ordered a plate of that for myself . Crispy puris filled with stuffed with tender juicy cubes of mutton topped with onions and mint made their way to my table. Continue reading

A cozy corner of Kalyani Nagar, Pune is home to this Bakery, Patisserie and a Café – all rolled into one | Bellydriven

In one of the cozy corners of Kalyani Nagar in Pune, this place is perfect for a light lunch, afternoon tea and great breakfasts. Armed with a comprehensive all day menu – The Flour Works is many entities in one – It is a bakery, patisserie and a café all rolled into one. Check out my lunch experience here Continue reading

The Deli comes to Koregaon Park! | Bellydriven | Pune

With a menu that encompasses much-loved selection of sandwiches, salads, pastas, light meals, and such; a wide range of scrumptious desserts; a bevy of handcrafted cocktails and other beverages and a daily changing, “specials” menu – the Deli comes to  Koregaon Park.  Famous for its European and Continental cuisines, Indigo Delicatessen threw opened the doors to its second outlet at Koregaon Park on the 22nd August 2017. Read on for the complete experience. Continue reading

I for Indigo aka Neel

Indigo Delicatessen Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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Indigo Deli was my usual hangout in Mumbai…I must have spent a ton of time haunting their Bandra joint, I was happy when they opened in Powai, because it was closer to home and travel time was reduced to 1/10th of the usual….And even though I moved to Pune whenever I was in Mumbai I would go back to have breakfast there before I started my day. So I was happier- read ecstatic when I heard that the opened in Pune and that too at Phoenix Market City and much much closer to home… So in a way wherever I go Indigo follows 😉

I was initially skeptical, if they would be able to give me the same experience that I used to have in Mumbai in terms of food, or whether they would treat Pune as the wicked cousin but all my inhibitions went out of the park with the experience that I had in their 92 seater, warmly lit space at Phoenix Market City Pune. Read on for my adventures here… Continue reading