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Pegged as a playful Asian brasserie, Pra Pra Prank has a creative menu that is also a hat tip to various regions in India and their distinct flavours. There is 'Rara Mutton Bao Dog' which features the north Indian favourite Rara mutton served on a pillowy-soft steamed bao. You can plonk yourself in seats close to the sushi counter and watch the live kitchen in action. A live sushi counter ensures that your Sushis are freshly-made and come to you with great textural contrast. Offering a great mouthfeel is the 'Melon Cheese Roll' which combines fresh watermelon, cream cheese, tempura beads and Japanese mayonnaise. Equally inventive is the 'Cottage Cheese Pot Sticker', where cottage cheese mingles with diced vegetables inside a dumpling that comes cloaked in a crunchy wafer. If you are a porcine-loving diner, then the 'Pork Belly Skewers With Kalonji Raw Mango' relish will be right up your alley. The pork belly, braised for hours and ready to disintegrate on your tongue, gets an acidic kick from the perfectly seasoned sweet mango pickle. The Italian dessert comes on a Pristine White Platter with a filling of mascarpone and ricotta cheese, accompanied by tart raspberry coulis and fresh blueberries. All the cocktails served here come with their stories. So, do swipe across the tablet to read about them before zeroing on a favourite. The best seats to grab at the restaurant are those next to the glass windows that offer views of the outdoors.
It is hard to stand out as a restaurant when you are located in the middle of Cyber hub. This one stands out with its dark, almost gothic plates and creative menu. The palak chaat was delicious as was the appam chicken. All meals are creatively presented. A bit on the expensive side specially if you are drinking , it nevertheless makes for a good evening out with friends.
I visited this place on a cold Tuesday evening. The ambiance was nice and warm, done up very tastefully. The service was good and the food was very tasty.
This restaurant amazed me beyond words. The variety of spread and the quality of food was exhilarating and it was tasty too. Although it was the first time I was there but I think I will have to revisit this place for enjoying the food .
Well, my rating of Pra-2 is also relative to other options available in Cybecity! And given the mammoth of amazing options available here...this one doesn’t score more than a 3 star for me! What I liked about this place is the fusion food and drinks they had created- while they sound so tasty, they were actually just so so for me. Ruby momos looked yum with their ruby colour but honestly was nothing that great. The palak patta chaat( some other fancy name was there)! Was the yummiest for me but overpriced for few spinach leaves-similar dish available in chaayos at 1/4 th pricing. I liked the mushroom appam dish - quite unique( mushroom was made in south Indian style) and served with appam. The best part though was their various chutneys- from strawberry one to mango n the tastiest was the mango chilli chutney(like the schezwan but tangy) Overall, the ambience was ok-ok. Service levels were nothing great n actually slow. The waiters were passing on requests to one another n seemed a lil uninterested! Overall:3/5 VFM: 2/5 Service levels:2/5 Ambience:4/5 Food:3/5
I visited yesterday night for dinner with my family. The restaurant had a good vibe and well done decor. The channas in the bun, ruby dim sums, hummus chat and melon sushi were a variation from the usual cuisine. The lobster 🦞 and the giant ferrro rocher as a dessert were uniquely presented and tasted well too. Nevertheless to mention, the service was prompt.