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We do so like the ambience here – one of the few outdoor settings that remains perfect for a chilly winter evening or a languid summer afternoon alike. The shrimp and pineapple salad is a good way to enjoy a light meal here, as is the egg Currimbhoy salad, with lashings of mayo and crispy croutons. Under Indian dishes, you have an elaborate list of kababs to go with drinks, or shahi paneer, chicken handi, boti gosht and fish moilee with heaps of jeera rice. For the orientally inclined, check out the crispy lamb in schezwan sauce or mixed fried rice. For a no-fuss option, blindly order the kheema pao, fondue, nachos, or pastas. Special mention for the Prem’s special meat overload – layers of pasta stuffed with chicken, lamb, sausages, ham and cheese, baked and served with garlic bread. Finish off with banoffee pie, shahi tukda or Celeste Peche, a special dessert combining chocolate and hazelnut dacquoise, chocolate brûlée, Cointreau chocolate cupcake and chocolate chip ice cream.
Beauty of French food is its simplicity and complexity of flavours. The skill that goes into the preparation of this cuisine gives it an expensive tag which makes it hard for patrons to afford it or enjoy it. But we have for you a good news. If you adore French food then drive down to Koregaon Park, Pune where there is a wonderful French restaurant which goes by the name of ‘French Creperie’. The management has converted a small space into a mecca for food lovers especially who love French cuisine. You will find this place lovely and quite simple with pale white walls and light wooden furniture. Restaurant is divided onto two levels with a quaint outdoor sitting area where you can enjoy a warm plate of stuffed crepes and a cup of coffee. Huge picture windows draws the atmosphere in along with abundant sunlight giving the room an airy and breathable feel. Casual but chic the restaurant is meant for families and friends who like French food once in a while.
The service at French Creperie is smooth and very professional. The staff is dedicated to give their patrons a memorable evening and they take care of their guests in truest sense. To encourage ‘don’t drink and drive’ they provide freebies for those who flash their private taxi service receipts – cute. Now coming to the menu, it is small and very compact so don’t go expecting a lot of variety. In limited sense enjoy few starters and mains made beautifully by the brilliant chef. As first course they make bruschetta, tuna salad, quiche with tomato onion mushroom chicken ham, Greek salad, tajine pie with onion egg tuna cheese parsley and caprese salad. Ingredients used are fresh and humble handled beautifully.
Follow the starters with delicious main course of savoury galettes stuffed with fantastic ingredients. There is Maison (potato, crème sauce with onion, cheese & egg), cheese trio (goat cheese, gorgonzolla, lofobu, crème sauce with onion & egg), complete (mushroom, cheese, onion, chicken ham & egg), Mediterranean (tuna, hot chilli & harissa, cheese & egg) and sea food (scallop, stewed leeks & crème sauce). If there is one thing French is famous for, it’s their decadent desserts. At French Creperie they dish out sweet crepes, waffles, apple pie, chocolate fondue and verrine yoghurt. Best thing about French Creperie is that it is affordable and pocket-friendly.