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The dim, relaxing ambience in woodwork is often imbued with snappy live music. Any one-time visitor would make haste to recommend the ‘Devils on Horseback’ (king prawns wrapped in bacon, drowned in a piquant mayonnaise), or a classic roast in delicious brown sauce, or crab and mascarpone crêpes. Alternatively, tuck into soft, buttery 'Garlic Naans with creamy Dahi Kababs' or 'Spicy Mutton Rogan Josh'. For a lively outing with a bigger group, split a pizza con cipolle e olive (sweet caramelised onions and salty olives in bubbling cheese) over drinks. The restaurant serves a pleasing breakfast variety of fluffy omelettes, eggs benedict, pancakes and waffles as well. Their happy hours from Monday to Friday have some great deals on spirits, and there is an excellent selection of innovative fruit cocktails.
On those weekends when you want to let your hair down over some cocktails and great soulful food, ‘Café 1730’ comes in handy. This café is a fabulous place to take some friends along and even family members who adore good food. Café 1730 is a low key and casual restaurant with a superb menu. Tucked in Koregaon Park the restaurant is a favourite with the city crowd who often pops in for a helping of delicious food. Being served in a smart and attractive ambience certainly helps too. Décor is earthy and artistic here with oodles of creativity displayed to attract the punters. The walls are this beautiful planks of wood in which you can see each crevice and crack. Split into two levels the restaurant forms different nooks and corners for the guests to get cosy in. The lights are dim here and the mood is relaxed. Slide into a chair while they bring your order to you.
The service at Café 1730 is a friendly one. The staff is prompt and always cheerful giving you a hassle free evening. Food is multi-cuisine here carrying variety and spice. You can indulge in European, Continental, North-Indian, Goan and American flavours. Menu features fantastic breakfast classics like cereals, waffles, pancakes and a whole array of fluffy omelettes with numerous fillings. Besides the breakfast you can dig into the appetizer section which covers four whole pages with some mouth-watering delicacies. Have your way with cottage cheese paprika pimento, pomfret recheado, dahi ke kebab, prawn tandoori, stuffed mushrooms, curried chicken croquettes, rissois, crispy fried fish, murg malai kebab, shami kebab, tomato bruschetta, butter garlic squid, tandoori gobi, mutton seekh kebab, crunchy chicken basket, sea food marinara and tender lemon chicken. For something little more substantial you can opt for a sandwich or a burger or a salad.
The mains section at Café 1730 is mind-blowing. Its brimming with scrumptious options to make your mouth water. Arm yourself with a flaky naan and dive into veg korma, fish ambotik, crab xec xec, shahi paneer, mutton rogan josh, pork vindaloo and chicken xacuti. European menu showcases mushroom & corn crepes, lamb chops with mint sauce, veg moussaka, chicken steak, grilled trout, crab & mascarpone crepes, stuffed canneloni, honey Dijon chicken and fillet steak. Chocolate mousse will end this evening perfectly. Café 1730 will fit your pockets pretty nicely and is affordable.
The search for a casual peppy drinking hole may end up taking you to Café 1730 in Koregaon Park, Pune. During the day what may seem like an airy sunlit eatery, transforms into a lounge-y affair as the evening falls. However, their whole focus remains on the food, which is the backbone of this restro-bar. Their menu is an eclectic mix of several cuisines and some of the most wonderful dishes comes from Goan section. If you are looking for a low-key fun place to grab a few drinks with your loved one for a Special Occasion, Café 1730 will be idyllic.