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This is one of the places I have sat on every table multiple times over the years (No, I am not the night watchman).
On multiple occasions this has been the place for all four meals in a day. The carnivore in me is on fire in here. The bun-maska n chai, omelette etc are all time favorites. Chicken cheese grilled sandwich is the best option for the diet freaks (people who like a lot of diet ;) ) and so is fruit funny! If you like to do like a Korian when in Rome, do not order these two. Otherwise no option.
When in doubt, always go for goodluck!
It's a old fashioned Iranian Cafe. It's one of our favourite adda to have breakfast along with chitchat.
Egg omlet, egg sandwiches, bun maska and tea. A perfect combo. :)
On a busy street FC road its situated. Very well known n famous.
Food quality is good. Dishes here have there own iranian taste which is quite unique.
A must go place .. :)
Memories.. Memories.. & lot's of Memories.. :-)
Each generation in Pune had a special bond with Cafe GoodLuck..
The place has an absolutely stripped down, no-frills ambiance but serves some absolutely finger-licking good food..
You can savor a variety of food at Good Luck – ranging from Bun Maska-Chai to Biryani..
Cafe Good Luck is a Value For Money eatery.. Must try the Biryani, the kheema, the mutton and chicken dishes, the puddings, the bun-maska, or maybe just a cup of tea.. :-)
You enter the Irani joint and you are all nostalgic with the old world charm, college days gone by, and bun maskas and cups of tea shared with friends.. I went their after ages to remember the good old days with friends.. So go with your old buddies & enjoy the moments & memories.. ENJOY
Café Goodluck has been an iconic eatery in Pune! If you ask me to define it in one line, it would be – No Frills Good food … period!
It’s as famous for breakfast as it is for meals. I particularly love going there for breakfast. Mind you, you have to be lucky and have goodluck on your side to get a place to sit quickly. Don’t be surprised if there are already a handful of people waiting their turn outside.
Ambience wise its … well a good ol' Parsi café! What do you expect? No frills….. No air-conditioning …..no sofas……. No fancy table cloth. But what it gives you is nostalgia with all its wooden furniture and signboards with instructions (Puneri patya) everywhere.
And then it’s all about fresh delightful food.
The morning there has to start with a steaming hot cuppa of Iranian chai! And how can you not order the bun maska and the brun maska. Fresh bun and hard bun lathered with yummy butter. I also like their masala omelette … its really nice and fluffy and spicy. Another interesting thing they have is the mini samosas.
You will often find a lot of westerners coming in here for their breakfast which proves how good and VFM place Café Goodluck is.
It’s a pity there aren’t too many nice Parsi cafés left in Pune anymore! I really hope Café Goodluck continues till the end of time :)
Damage: Rs 150-200 per person
Ambiance: Nothing great
Value for money: YES
One of the most frequented places by us for our breakfast on weekends. Aptly named as you need lot of good luck to get a table here as there is a waiting here for most part of the day. The footfalls increases linearly from morning to evening. One of the oldest eatery (which is still running), it has a huge following. But this is not a swanky cafe but good old fashioned Iranian cafe which serves lots of buns.The place has some interesting things to look around till the food arrives. The signboard with a caption 'Please do not comb your here as it may fall in some one's plate' is funny and amusing, the very old switches, the windows in smoking area.... all this shows that it is on its way to get a tag of 'heritage eatery site' (if there is something like that) on the same lines of heritage sites. So coming to the food now. All the bun items like bun butter, bun jam.... are worth a try and nicely accompanied by hot tea. We love bun butter but don't like bun omelette (which is quite popular). The rolls served (for morning time after 9 only on Sunday) are a bit spicy. The sandwiches are sourced from outside and they are fine, we like 'cheese tomato sandwich'. The 'samosa's' are tasty but cold whenever we have eaten (amazing consistency!!!). In South Indian, the 'fried idli' (a bit oily) taste good with coconut chutney. The 'baked bean on toast' is nice and worth a try. The pricing is good so it does not pinch the pocket either. The place is good for lunch and dinner as well but we prefer breakfast here which is more unique. So even if you skip lunch/dinner, do visit the place for breakfast. OH! and of-course, 'good luck' for getting a table as quickly as possible.
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