Pune as a city and as a people give a very content vibe the kind that tells you Listen it s okay Sit down Have some biscuits and Chai Everything is just fine and there s absolutely nothing to worry about Maybe it s the warmth of the people and maybe it s the lush greenery or maybe it s the general absence of hustle which makes the world slow down to it s optimum pace not too fast and not too slow As you enter Vohuman Cafe an age old Irani cafe the beautiful fragrance of freshly butter washed bun hits you and there s a high chance that if you were the kid who walked to the bakery twice a week to pick some bread for the house nostalgia will hit you with all it s mighty force It disarmed me We were greeted by the ever so busy cashier uncle who also moonlights as a logistics manager to send the fresh breads and buns out As you walk upstairs you realise that Vohuman has been stuck in time ever since from the pricing to the way food is served it s vintage While we place our order for their chai the maska bun and the cheese omelette I couldn t help but do a quick mental maths of how can afford these prices Conclusion I ll ask them on my way out Truth be told their chai is fantastic And so is the maska bun that damn bun The cheese omelette was good too just that it was a little too much of cheese for 6am The omelette was served with the in house bread which by now I m in love with We ate a little spoke a little and just sat there watching a part of the city slowly waking up On our way out I asked the cashier kaka how are they able to afford the prices he said we ve had the same prices for 25 years what you see on the board are increased prices We had to because the rentals of our new place increased Shocking as that was we paid the total bill of 170 for 2 chai 2 bread toast and a double egg omelette only to realize that it was maybe one of the most peaceful meals we d had in a long time Visit this place early in the morning if you can

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Pune, as a city and as a people give a very content vibe - the kind that tells you,"Listen, it's okay.. Sit down.. Have some biscuits and Chai.. Everything is just fine and there's absolutely nothing to worry about." Maybe it's the warmth of the people and maybe it's the lush greenery or maybe it's the general absence of hustle, which makes the world slow down to it's optimum pace - not too fast and not too slow.
As you enter Vohuman Cafe, an age-old Irani cafe, the beautiful fragrance of freshly butter-washed bun hits you and there's a high chance that, if you were the kid who walked to the bakery twice a week to pick some bread for the house, nostalgia will hit you with all it's mighty force. It disarmed me.
We were greeted by the ever-so-busy cashier uncle who also moonlights as a logistics manager to send the fresh breads and buns out.
As you walk upstairs, you realise that Vohuman has been stuck in time ever since - from the pricing to the way food is served, it's vintage.
While we place our order for their chai, the maska bun and the cheese omelette, I couldn't help but do a quick mental-maths of 'how-can-afford-these-prices'. Conclusion? "I'll ask them on my way out!" Truth be told - their chai is fantastic! And so is the maska bun (that damn bun!) The cheese omelette was good too, just that it was a little too much of cheese for 6am. The omelette was served with the in-house bread which by now, I'm in love with.
We ate a little, spoke a little and just sat there watching a part of the city slowly waking up. On our way out, I asked the cashier kaka, how are they able to afford the prices, he said,"we've had the same prices for 25 years, what you see on the board are increased prices. We had to, because the rentals of our new place increased." Shocking as that was, we paid the total bill of 170 for 2 chai, 2 bread toast and a double egg omelette, only to realize that it was maybe one of the most peaceful meals we'd had in a long time.
Visit this place early in the morning if you can.
#ipaidforit #foodaholicsinahmedabad #foodaholics #pune #livetoeat #foodhunt #foodfind #foodblog #foodinpune #food #foodlove #foodgasm #foodporn #foodstagram

Pune, as a city and as a people give a very content vibe - the kind that tells you,"Listen, it's okay.. Sit down.. Have some biscuits and Chai.. Everything is just fine and there's absolutely nothing to worry about." Maybe it's the warmth of the people and maybe it's the lush greenery or maybe it's the general absence of hustle, which makes the world slow down to it's optimum pace - not too fast and not too slow. As you enter Vohuman Cafe, an age-old Irani cafe, the beautiful fragrance of freshly butter-washed bun hits you and there's a high chance that, if you were the kid who walked to the bakery twice a week to pick some bread for the house, nostalgia will hit you with all it's mighty force. It disarmed me. We were greeted by the ever-so-busy cashier uncle who also moonlights as a logistics manager to send the fresh breads and buns out. As you walk upstairs, you realise that Vohuman has been stuck in time ever since - from the pricing to the way food is served, it's vintage. While we place our order for their chai, the maska bun and the cheese omelette, I couldn't help but do a quick mental-maths of 'how-can-afford-these-prices'. Conclusion? "I'll ask them on my way out!" Truth be told - their chai is fantastic! And so is the maska bun (that damn bun!) The cheese omelette was good too, just that it was a little too much of cheese for 6am. The omelette was served with the in-house bread which by now, I'm in love with. We ate a little, spoke a little and just sat there watching a part of the city slowly waking up. On our way out, I asked the cashier kaka, how are they able to afford the prices, he said,"we've had the same prices for 25 years, what you see on the board are increased prices. We had to, because the rentals of our new place increased." Shocking as that was, we paid the total bill of 170 for 2 chai, 2 bread toast and a double egg omelette, only to realize that it was maybe one of the most peaceful meals we'd had in a long time. Visit this place early in the morning if you can. #ipaidforit #foodaholicsinahmedabad #foodaholics #pune #livetoeat #foodhunt #foodfind #foodblog #foodinpune #food #foodlove #foodgasm #foodporn #foodstagram

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