Naaz Bakery

East Street, Central Street Camp
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Naaz Bakery Reviews and Ratings - Central Street Camp, Pune


Rated 5.0 by Bejoy Peter

Naaz means pride. Yes Naaz, we have for you. One such place that does not go overboard on commitments. They deliver what they promise, that’s great value for every rupee spent. Great on quality & wonderful behind the counter, Naaz in every way is Pune’s crown jewel & should always be !!

Loved it!

Rated 4.5 by Ankita B. Singh

Went here last evening Loved their cakes and the friendly owner, who was very helpful in letting us choose the correct cake. Appreciate that he was straight forward in telling us not to buy a cake which might be spoilt. Thats a USP clients want. Must buy: Shrewsbury biscuits,they are better than even kalyani bakery Can buy: breads, in house baked breads and much more.


Rated 3.0 by Krishna Vyas

This bakery has been there at camp for more than 25 years. They have this fresh burun which make u tempted to have them. They are also famous for their mawa cup cakes And bun maska Haven’t tried their pastries but one can give it a shot Not to forget the diffrent khari’s they serve.

Good Enough

Rated 3.5 by Foodie Bay

This is a very good place for bakery stuff, obviously cant be an alternative for the legendary kayanis nearby. But if you fail to get you hands on some famed catch in kayanis then this place can be a soothing balm for you pain. The variety here is quite good and most of the stuff is fresh..Have never encountered any stale leftovers in my visits. The jeera butter, toast and brown bread are the frequency buys for me. Have still to try their cakes and snacks though.

Loved it!

Rated 4.5 by RKC

Had the best experience here! Went there to pick the non creamy cakes and some khari. The two men attending to us were really nice. They helped us pick the cakes since we needed eggless & one with egg as well. The mawa cupcake was really fresh. We asked him for a taste of khaari & he gave us a fistful of them happily. Fresh, Light & Crunchy. The jeera butter followed suit.. He asked us if we would like to have some vanilla roll and offered us a big vanilla roll - it was so fresh that the cream was flowy and delicious. Since they do not accept cards, we said we would like to taste the Shrewsbury biscuit only once we withdraw some cash from the nearby ATM. Very large heartedly he offered us a 250 gm pack of biscuits​ and asked us to take it. Considering how people at kyani & Co. treat customers like crap, this was a welcome change. Going here again soon for some breads, naans & cream rolls of course.