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The fare here is ‘European’ – most items have a centrepiece with sides such as a creamy mash, buttered veggies, rice and sauce. Favoured hors d’oeuvres include ‘Bakunin’ corn and cheese quenelles, ‘Jeanne D’Arc’ fish croquettes, or ‘Edgar’ spiced chicken sausages. Veggie mains bring you potato pancakes, croquettes, stir-fries, cottage cheese steaks, savoury crêpes, cutlets and more, while poultry lovers can experiment with turkey and chicken in a light vegetable sauce, tangy barbeque sauce, ginger oil, classic demi-glaze, or cheese, mushroom and garlic varieties. There is a host of fish fillet, prawn and delicious carabeef entrées as well. For a pleasant finish, the crêpes suzette or chocolate lava cake leave you ambling out with a smile on your face. Tipplers note, there is happy hours and some deliciously strong cocktails on offer.
I found this place pretty avg and nothing new. I went with my friends and was totally disappointed. Hope they add new things soon
Been to this place multiple times. and the best part about this place is its food. The variety they have for European food is something I haven't found in other places! the only reason I have not rated it excellent is coz for some dishes I felt the quantity was less. Other wise the taste is always up to the mark!
We went to this restaurant on a Saturday night and found that the people just kept coming in, even at 10pm. The ambience is nice, the TV doesn't help much since people on one side of the table can watch and people on other side of the table would really have toturn their neck around :D The presentation of food is nice, since we eat with our eyes first, it looks appealing when brought to the table. Portion size I would say is very less for the price. Agreed it is a fine line restaurant but isn't it part of customer satisfaction as well? My husband enjoy the steak and tenderloin. Kids loved the pepperoni pizza. I liked the salmon with wasabi and Alexia. Overall, food was really scrumptious. If only it was more affordable, I would be dining here more.
Arthur's Theme probably has the best mix of Continental Food in Pune... and the standard is excellent.
Nice location, perfect for a date or just a meal with friends I recommend Cecelia .. it’s Veg but very very good!
At every corner of Pune is a surprise. You might happen along a quaint bistro tucked behind your favourite bakery or chance upon a swanky upbeat nightspot throbbing with life. The city has a motto: Live life to its fullest, at least gastronomically! Residents of Pune are known for their eclectic food choices and that shows in the extensive array of menus offered by the restaurants. If you are a lover of western cuisine then ‘Arthur’s Theme’ will do nicely for you. The restaurant has two outlets on opposite sides of the city, one in Baner and the other in Koregoan Park, both locales trendy and well-known food districts. Find out what we are raving about by visiting Arthur’s Theme by yourself. Drive down to Balewadi High Street in Baner and lose yourself in the delicious delights of Arthur’s Theme.
You could guess by the name that Arthur’s Theme is a fun playful place where their quirkiness extends into their menu as well. Crowd-pleasing dishes from European and Italian cuisines have found a place on the menu. You can start your meal with a strong drink from their bar menu and, if you don’t drink, then a cup of coffee. Each dish is given an interesting strange name, which makes menu reading all the more fun. Start with, sautéed spinach & corn croquettes (Karl ll), calamari rings tempura (Alfredo), fiery chicken wings (Ronald), crumb fried mushrooms (Houdini) and beer battered prawns (Gerard). Main course is just as entertaining. Try, cottage cheese shaslik (Humbert), romano pizza, grilled fish fillet with pesto (Czar), char grilled prawns in lemon butter sauce (Lady Jennifer) and oven roasted duck (Saxon).
The variety is pretty vast, you will be spoilt for choices. Polish off few decadent desserts before heading home. Indulge in, chocolate lava cake with mint ice cream, tiramisu, blue berry cheese cake, hot chocolate brownie served with truffle sauce, banoffee pie, baked cheese cake, stuffed crepes and pancakes. For a moderately priced bill this is not a bad place to be. Interiors of Arthur’s Theme is done in a very feminine yet earthy way. Delicate white furniture works beautifully with floral printed sofas. A couple of white chandeliers casts soft glow about the room, washing brick walls in golden hue. A charming outdoor section comes with the main dining room. Take advantage of it on pleasant Pune days.