Bhaskar’s Puranpoli Ghar In Mumbai Serves 26 Varieties Of Puran Polis Including Flavours Like Chocolate & Spicy Dal

Bhaskar's Puranpoli Ghar
by Sanjana Shenoy
by Sanjana Shenoy 505

Come festival time, and a plate of puran poli, is mandatory. The sweet flatbread originating from Maharashtra and southern India is known by many names, holige, baksham, obbattu. While there are many varieties of puran poli, it’s usually prepared with ghee, sugar and dal and flour. The heavenly dish is best savoured during the festive season. But at Bhaskar’s Puranpoli Ghar, you can gorge on your favourite dessert 365 days in a year. Serving over 26 unique varieties of Puran Poli, here’s why you must visit this Thane restaurant.

Bhasker’s Puranpoli Ghar In Mumbai Serves 26 Varieties Of Puran Poli

Bhaskar’s Puranpoli Ghar situated at Naupada in Thane West is just as its name suggests, a house that serves puran poli. The large eatery is a welcoming space for people craving a hot plate of puran poli, prepared right in of them. The staff roll the dough, add the chosen filling and prepare the puran poli on the hot tawa, in a synchronised manner at the live counter. It’s simply fascinating to watch them prepare your order. While this is the first such eatery in Maharashtra, it has 11 other branches in Bangalore. The idea behind the Puran Poli Ghar was to help women of the household, take a break from the hectic preparations of puran poli. And instead treat them to a fresh batch of the festive dessert, made hot and delicious.

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Bhaskar's Puranpoli Ghar

Picture Credits: Bhaskar’s Puranpoli Ghar/ Facebook

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Gorge On Chocolate, Anjeer, Dates, & Even Spicy Dal Flavours Of Puran Poli

With 26 lip-smacking varieties of puran poli, which ones should you go for? Bhaskar’s Puranpoli Ghar serves puran poli in dal, coconut, dry fruit, anjeer, carrot, dates, khova and even pineapple flavours. There’s also a Spicy Dal Puran Poli for those who’d prepare a spicy snack rather than a sweet one. It was introduced for Maharashtrians from Kolhapur, who love their chilly. Foodies who suffer from diabetes can opt for the Sugar-Free Puran Poli. And Chocolate lovers can experiment with the unique Chocolate Puran Poli.

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This Eatery Also Serves Snacks, Pickles & Condiments

Apart from the freshly made puran polis, this restaurant also serves an array of aromatic homemade spices, rich dry fruits, sweets, addictive farsan, papads, condiments, snacks and pickles too. You can also try their modak, kachoris and samosas. From Pizza Cheese Samosa, Sweet Kachori to Mini Punjabi Samosas, there’s plenty to choose from. In case you aren’t able to visit the eatery, just order their delectable sweets and snacks and enjoy them in the comfort of your home.

Bhaskar's Puranpoli Ghar

Picture Credits: Bhaskar’s Puranpoli Ghar/ Facebook

Address: Bhasker’s Puranpoli Ghar, Vatika Building, Naupada, Thane West, Thane, Maharashtra 400602
Timings: 10 am to 9 pm
Price: ₹300 for two approx
Contact: +918452870524

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