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The hustle and bustle of the next-door hotel lobby strangely does not seep into the ambience of Kitsch, which exudes tranquility. Adding to the restaurant’s intrinsic elegance are the animal print velvet chairs, black leather couches, sepia-toned walls and the smooth and gentle riffs of blues music. Start with some chicken soup for the soul – the kheema shorba is surprisingly mellow and aromatic, and goes well with some Jodhpuri fish, which comprises tender chunks of basa marinated in a zesty green masala. For mains, something as simple as Hyderabadi murgh should suffice. Do not miss out on the mushroom dal – an effortlessly delicious fusion of two otherwise plain dishes. In the wide array of desserts, the strawberry panna cotta and orange cheesecake tease your taste buds with their sweet, fruity goodness.
Went to this coffee shop after attending an event at the O Hotel. Did not eat anything but had an interesting mocktail. It was made well, was really refreshing and not so sweet but the glass could have been been a bit longer. The staff was polite and came to ask us whether we liked the drink. The best part of the place was the decor and ambience. A good place for a coffee with friends.
Enjoyed the Evening Buffet with family members. A reasonably good amount of spread equally good for veggies. We enjoyed live bar - Pasta, full course, and loved the sumptuous dessert! The ambience is good, the staff is courteous, and very well mannered. For kids they provide discounts... Is a good option to spend evening with mates ...
Amazing staff at The O Hotel, friendly, at yr service young lads, who sphere head and execute their jobs superbly well. I have been a guest at yr hotel on 4 to 5 counts and I enjoy my stay, Why? Coz the team work by all depts is excellent. Keep it up all u staff and all the best in yr career with The O Hotel. Management try and bring back the Sunday Brunch that too was classy. Guest. Selwyn George. Room no 625. Cheers!. Not to forget before I sign off Rocky takes the cake, cool, calm, and down to earth staff.
enjoyed the dining experience here .food was good , the breakfast spread was good and I enjoyed . worth.
The breakfast buffet spread here was not that appealing for Indian taste buds like ours. The food was bland and most of the tasty items like cakes were non vegetarian so we were a little pissed at that. Cereals and breads were what we had to go with.
The tranquil oasis of ‘Kitsch’ may fool you into thinking that you are dining in a restaurant in a remote area not a place attached to a busy bustling hotel in the heart of Pune. The restaurant is part of The O Hotel located in Koregaon Park vicinity and is considered to be a fantastic place to dine by the local families. The smart and trendy interiors of the restaurant makes it a perfect foil for business lunches or important family dinners. The in-house guests adore the place and makes it a point to dine here instead of heading out into the city. The restaurant is operational for 24 hours so whenever the mood suits you drop in and have a fabulous meal. Kitsch is a visual delight with its contemporary design and edgy modern pieces. Even if you are a party of sixteen people be assured that you will be seated comfortably with ample of space.
Menu of Kitsch is pretty well done with good enough choices and an extensive display of dishes. Menu is multi-cuisine travelling the entire globe showcasing only the best of the dishes. Keeping the versatile clientele in mind menu offers something for everyone. No matter how conventional your tastes are you will see the patrons well taken care of. The menu opens with the breakfast section featuring egg Florentine, paratha, couscous upma, oats poha, waffles, pancake, French toast, doughnut, croissant and hash brown. But if you happen to be dining there in the evening then you will find multiple of options like chicken & brandy parfait, jumbo prawns on lemon grass skewers, carpaccio of beetroot with feta & mint vinaigrette, nalli shorba, gratin of aubergine with tomatoes & goats cheese, funghi trifolati, crostini della casa and bruschetta con Pomodoro.
The mains at Kitsch are exceptionally delicious and displays a wide variety of mouth-watering dishes. Food critics swear by their steak mignon in red wine jus, jumbo prawns in chilly garlic sauce, Norwegian salmon steak, paneer khurchan, rack of lamb with mint pesto, chooze ke niwale, spinach & corn au gratin, pork chops with tarragon sauce, gosht roganjosh, red snapper supreme, roast chicken forestiere and rasmissa rajmah Punjabi. A meal this great deserves an equally great finish so for desserts you will find New York cheese cake, panna cotta, tiramisu, key lime pie and chocolate mud cake. Dining at Kitsch is an expensive entity so be prepared before heading there.