Breakfast at Rs. 99 Only: Where Else Can You Get a Better Deal

Cuisines: Healthy, American, European

Filters: Non Veg, Outdoor seating, Home Delivery, Wi-Fi / Internet, Dine-in

Attributes: Restaurants, Family, Lively, Lively

Eggs cooked your way in three different options and toast/pav and masala chai/iced tea. Sounds like a perfect breakfast right? You can now start your morning with a king-size breakfast like this from 9.30 am to 11 am as often as you like, cuz it’s not only delicious but also pocket-friendly…

Price: Rs. 99 only

Timing: 9.30 am to 11 am

You no longer have to wait for an occasion or a catching up plan with friends to enjoy a scrumptious and filling breakfast at a café. Neither do you have to make unhealthy food choices or live off cereals as your morning meal. Where Else, one of our most favourite cafés located in Viman Nagar, is determined to change the way Punekars feel about breakfast.

Depending on your preference, you can choose between egg akoori, fried eggs or plain omelette. This will be served to you with an accompaniment of either toast or pav. Well aware of the fact that breakfast is incomplete without a beverage, team Where Else has also included the option to choose between masala chai and iced tea to complete your meal. Speak about being affordably spoilt for choice! So, whether you’re a working professional or a student with limited pocket money, where else will you find a better deal. Club this amazing offer with the chic interiors and free wifi and there’s nowhere else you’d rather go!

To start your morning with this unbelievably priced yummy breakfast, head to

Address: Shop 8, Ground Floor, Lunkad Sky Max, Datta Mandir Chowk, Viman Nagar

Contact: +91 9665271177 / +91 7219268752

Tags: pune, where else, breakfast in pune, restaurant in pune, cafe in pune, cafe in viman nagar, food in pune

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