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A relaxed, cosy woodwork ambience gives way to fine dine with interesting flashes. Starters include choose-your-own Lebanese antipasti, or three-cheese nachos with Asian ginger chilli paneer. The classic Caesar salad with orange glazed chicken and warm wild mushroom salad (with pak choy, arugula, prunes and parmesan in olive oil) are delightfully light, but for something heavier, try the classic carabeef cheese hamburger or Greenhouse Melt (with dill pickle). Interesting pastas include one in a pepper vodka cheese sauce and another gremolata (sautéed garlic, capers, olives, parsley and lemon zest). Exciting entrées span the like of pork tournedos in apple cider and tarragon sauce, coriander-lime-orange-juice-marinated grilled sole with coconut rice and tropical salsa, and an asparagus-corn ragout stewed in butter, white wine and dill. In Asian, the laksa curry is exceptionally creamy. Keep room for dessert: Blueberry crème brûlée, duet of red velvet and strawberry mousse, and a generous Knickerbocker Glory.
Went 3 times, the first 2 times the food was great and our waiter, Vivek, was fantastic. The 3rd time, we decided to invite a few more friends and the food wasnt good and the service was really bad. We waited for a long time for drinks and the place was empty. Really disappointing after the first experiences there.
Incognito was my introduction to Balewadi High Street in Pune. A recent culinary hub, it has a fairly good array of options to choose from. Inside, the service was prompt and courteous. The ambience and the props bring a lively air to the place which was no mean feat on a weekday afternoon. Here's what we (7) ordered: Roasted Tomato, Beetroot & Garlic Soup (excellent) Vichyssoise Soup (excellent) Spiced Bean & Tomato Enchiladas (strictly average) Loaded Potato Skins (the usual) Aloo Butter Roast (the surprise package in the sense that it felt like a routine dish to be ordering but upon eating, the texture turned out to be unique) Singapore Peppered Cottage Cheese & Broccoli (lovely dish) Eggplant Parmigiana (very good) Can't wait to see what this place would be like on a Saturday evening.
We enjoyed excellent service and freshly prepared, delicious dishes by virtue of entering the restaurant early for dinner, and the being the first / only ones around. The pasta was superb, and the espresso panna cotta rounded off our dinner nicely. Prompt service, and the kids enjoyed typing on the antique typewriter on display!
I guess you just pay for the Ambience and service here. The food we had was plain average. Not sure what the fuss is about.
The good They have Bira Cesar Salad with grilled chicken extra The bad The cottage cheese bao - paneer bhurji just stuffed in - really disappointing
Youths are always on the lookout for something fresh and uplifting, and with the latest bunch of fun bars to hit the city, they have plenty to explore. Pune’s night scene has gained a new life since it has received its funky dose with this popular hot gastro-bar, ‘Incognito’. The name alone gives away the young playful factor that seems to be the USP of this renowned chain of bars. It isn’t hard to guess why this place is so popular with the young set of Pune. It is a complete package. Great lively ambience, cosy relaxed décor and a menu to make your mouth water in anticipation. Its location at Phoenix Market City, Viman Nagar attracts all the right fashionable crowd, as the area is crammed with trendy hip places like Incognito itself.
The menu of Incognito is an eclectic one, featuring cuisines like European, Italian, North Indian and Asian. It is filled with crowd-pleasing dishes guaranteed to impress you. The vibe is eccentric so expect to see some of that quirkiness in the menu. The variety is immense, so much so, it becomes a delightful task to finalize the dishes. There is so much to pick from. Ask your server for their heady cocktail and dive into their menu starting with, loaded potato skins, pecan nut stuffed mushroom, chicken yakitori, bacon & water chestnut wraps, chicken joojey kebab, seafood chowder soup and quesadilla. Move to the mains with, Sicilian pizza, Italian style minute steak panini, pepper vodka pasta, niemeier currywurst, Japanese yum yum tofu steak, weiner schnitzel, fiery Phuket king prawns, rara gosht and Malaysian laksa curry.
Tickle your sweet tooth silly with desserts like, apple crumble, classic mango mascarpone cheese cake, duet of red velvet & strawberry mousse, bread & butter pudding and knickerboker glory. The décor is the first thing to grab your eye the moment you step into Incognito. The ambience is relaxed, casual and warm. Wooden tones are used all over the space to infuse some warmth to the place. Furniture is light and wooden. Dim lights casts a cosy glow about the spacious room. In the corner is a shelf loaded with books and board games to fill up your evening. Ask your friends for a match. It’s not too expensive, a fact we like.