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Cutesy food-themed posters on the walls, neat décor done up in beige and wooden tones, and some tastefully presented European food are just some of the reasons why Krustys is fast turning into one of the city’s most sought-after restaurants. As the groovy music acts as the perfect foil for conversation, gobble down some fluffy ricotta and herb-stuffed crêpe rolls. A cheesecake for entrée might sound like a bit of an oxymoron, but epicures who are into mixing things up a little should sample a slice of the bacon, leek and gorgonzola one, which has a crumbly base of thyme and oregano biscuits and comes accompanied with onion compote. Once your mind is sufficiently blown, proceed to their thin crust pizzas – the ones with moist slices of German cheese sausage and garlic krakauer and, for vegetarians, the ones with sautéed mushrooms, goat cheese and wilted spinach are particularly lip-smacking.
The joint has a bistro feel with a fairly well put together menu. The pomegranate ice tea was well made with the right balance of pomegranate and without drowning out the tea notes. The bane of most iced teas is that they are too sweet. The salad was light and flavourful. We tried ravioli which was crumb fried and was a neat take on the dish. I’m definitely doing back for that one.
Considering the cuisine, fresh preparation of say wood fired pizzas, bakery stuff, the ambience, seating was a big let down! The staff, cuisine and the food quality deserves a better sitting and ambience which matches it. Nevertheless just try! Hope other branches have better setups
It's nice but too expensive. Eating a Rs. 400 thin crust pizza is not something one would prefer when there are dozens of cheaper options around.
Went to this place with my friends. There was ample seating and thankfully not very crowded when we reached there. We ordered the soup of the day and a pizza. The food was really good, maybe we had low expectations to start off with. Having said that it is worth a visit.
Awesome place for pizzas and just to hang out too. And it seems to have opened in quite a few places. Can't wait to explore the other outlets. Nice decor, calm and quiet feel.. A bunch of youngsters were there too but were not as noisy. Quick service. Good staff. They recommended we try something new and we weren't disappointed at all. Quite a pleasant experience. Must check it out if you haven't yet.
There are few places that reminds you of home. Places that are cosy, warm, comfortable and yet is chic, smart and fun. What we tell you that we have found you a home away from home? Yes! You heard it right. We have for you a quaint yet attractive place which has all the possibilities of being your very next haunt. Drive over to Kothrud, Pune and enter ‘Krusty's’ which is so approachable that you will feel right at home. The entire restaurant is decorated using a warm earthy palette that attracts the punters looking for an intimate environment. Decked up in brown and beige the only burst of contrasting colour is yellow which pops up at different places. Lighting kept dim to encourage intimacy to the couple's delight. Krusty's is warm, stylish and casual, ideal for friends and family alike. While you await your food a steady flow of cheery music in background keeps you interested.
Dining at Krusty's is a comfortable and fun experience. The staff is always attuned to your needs and will do their best to make your visit a happy one. The menu of Krusty's is basically comforting to the soul armed with lovely airy crepes, juicy burgers, smooth silky pastas and crisp warm pizzas. Menu is mostly Italian with dashes of continental and European. For punters there is no better way to start their day than breakfasting at Krusty's. The restaurant will serve you fluffy omelettes, waffle, pancakes, cinnamon French toast, eggs made to order, masala baked beans and banana & Nutella crepe. But if you happen to visit in the evening then with a glass of iced tea pair some appetizers like, tempura babycorn, peri peri spiced chicken, lamb patties, roasted red beet & caramelized pears, stuffed potato skins, mezze platter, bruschetta and panko crusted prawns.
Main course at Krusty's is a gala affair depicting thin crust pizzas, gourmet subs, pasta and risotto. Their savoury crepe, one with the filling of creamed spinach, feta cheese, sundried tomatoes and caramelized onions steals the spotlight here. More conventional mains take you towards, wine braised lamb stew, cottage cheese cacciatore, almond crusted chicken, slow cooked rustic vegetables, pan seared red snapper, veg lasagne and rosemary infused grilled chicken breast. To finish opt for bread butter pudding or orange centered dark chocolate mousse. Krusty's is a bit on the pricey side but a superb choice for friends.