Our days are incomplete without binging on afters and the best part? Desserts, when served pretty on a plate or however, is always a wholesome meal because we believe, it goes straight to heart and not the hips!

When we speak of desserts, Theobroma is one of the top pop-ups in our mind because it has consistently contributed to our double chins and muffin tops yet we cannot simply resist stepping in here! Be it for their fudgey chocolate cakes or the cutesy fluffy cupcakes, Theobroma is a force to reckon with in the dessert circuit.

After effortlessly accompanying every Punekar’s dessertarian trails through their Koregaon Park outlet, Theobroma is setting foot again, at Viman Nagar this time!

Are we absolutely over the moon? Well, that’s an understatement!

This pastel themed bakery has successfully brought exclusive and indulgent cakes and desserts to the high street and is within the reach of many. We’ve seen it rise from its humble beginnings to a rapidly growing renowned chain of cafe!

Theobroma actually means ‘Food of the Gods’ in Greek and honestly, the more time we spend here forking and spooning the delicacies, we realize that the treats are all god-sent!

Don’t believe us? Well, you gotta try the almond croissants, mawa cakes, apple and blueberry danish, Oreo brownies and of course, the French-style coffee and you’ll know what we’re rooting for!

Go in for a weekend breakfast date with bae or for a quick catch up with friends over desserts and you’ll fall in love like it’s your first time again!

Location: Unit 02, Sai Apex, Near Khalsa Diary, Dutta Mandir Chowk, Viman Nagar, Pune

Timings: 9am – 12midnight

Cost: ₹600 for two people (approx.)

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