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A classy premium décor and a good variety of North Indian, Continental and, more unusually, Latino fare are the mainstays of this place, set in a sprawling club almost on the outskirts of the city (which means you can expect some much-needed peace and quiet in the course of this meal). Start off with the likes of their fruity pasta salad or crumb-fried mushrooms stuffed with chillies and cheese, progressing perhaps to a wholesome risotto with spinach, broccoli and zucchini, or a healthy grilled fish with lemon caper sauce, veggies and mash. Alternatively, order the yummy bhuna gosht to mop up with an aromatic subsi dum biryani. If it is the Tex-Mex fare that excites you more, it starts with the toastadas and fritto misto de mer in the appetisers, or a sopa de frijol (kidney beans soup). Next, you could easily move on to the pollo en mole verdure, which is chicken in a green herb sauce served with Mexican rice or the pescado a la veracruzana of grilled, chilli-marinated prawns, served with sautéed veggies and a special mayo. To end with, do try the plátanos borrachos or drunken bananas, or cinnamon-sugar dusted churros, or crepas de cajeta with caramel toffee overtones.
The other evening we dropped in for some tea. We were escorted to our tables and soon after hot piping tea alongwith an assortment of colored cookies were served. Enjoyed the evening.
Try their lasooni jhinga, it was amazing. Other food options are good too. We were satisfied with food. Service was sub standard though.
Had dinner in this restaurant during our stay in Corinthians resort for our anniversary. Loved the garlic prawns and chicken sizzlers with oyster sauce. Good dessert options. We tried walnut brownie and tiramisu.
Everything was just perfect right from the time we entered and the time we left the place. The food was just so different and i left it to Atul to take care of it and he got us the most delicious authentic food we have had for a long time. The ambience was too good for an anniversary celebration. The small surprise from the team for our Anniversary celebration made my wife went ga ga over it. Abhijeet the cook too came out to ask about the feedback of the food. Thats something we really liked. Over ll a great place to dine with family and friends. I will definitely go there again and again.
So we had visited Salsa restaurant on 29th Nov which was our wedding anniversary so thought of keeping it pleasing, sophisticated and special. However, we had a big time disappointment after visiting there. First of all the ambience was very average, one don’t get the feel of five star property at all, then comes service which was good, people were courteous and helpful. And then comes the food, most important part of any restaurant which was horribly sad. We’d chosen Crème of tomato and paneer angarey in starters, the taste and appeal was very ordinary, to my surprise we received roasted bread (white) chunks with sauce. Then we’d tried our hands on dal makhni and garlic naan and laccha paratha. Dal was good however the breads (garlic naan and laccha paratha) were either half cooked or burnt, we’d left half garlic naan as it was not properly cooked. And the most annoying incident was that during midway of our dinner, one of the staff came and placed salad on our table which was not ordered by us and then after enquiring more we got to know that as one of their guest had refused to take it so they gave it to us which was very humiliating and unacceptable. Had never observed or received any such treatment from other five star places.
Promise yourself a peaceful meal with family once in a fortnight away from the loud trappings of Pune city. Take your family or friends away from the city and give them a chance to recharge their batteries. And what better place to do exactly that than at The Corinthians which very conveniently lies just outside the city parameters. The Corinthians is home to a wonderful multi cuisine restaurant ‘Salsa’ serving sensational food to its patrons. Its lovely interiors certainly helps the matters. They have taken a regular family dining establishment and given it an extra edge. A bright cheerfully lit room welcomes you as you first enter the premises. Look is somewhere between timeless and contemporary. The furnishings are tasteful and elegant to say the least. Interesting art work graces the wall and what could have been a monotone room is uplifted by a sharp use of colour red. Salsa is interesting, edgy, modern and elegant just perfect for a lavish weekend dinner.
As we mentioned before Salsa is a multi-cuisine restaurant which indicates that the menu is wide and encompassing. That much is true. Menu of Salsa is combination of Indian, continental and European fare. Foodies can hail in joy upon the availability of sassy Latino fare. Salsa offers plenty of options to woo your palette but to do things right begin with the delicious range of appetizers. Dabble in some crispy tacos served with refried beans, fresh tomato salsa and loaded with cheese or have a ensalada de fungi which is a pickled mushroom salad. Diversify the start by indulging in bruschetta, dahi ke angare, stuffed mushroom, broccoli & roasted almond soup, lasooni jhinga, Mexican fish finger, frito misto de mer or toastadas. Salsa gives you a mouth-watering start on the menu but we were you, we would save some space for their spectacular main course.
The main section of Salsa is a promising bunch. It promises delights of flavours and forays into the territory of gastronomy in full throttle. The Italian part of the menu tempts you with risotto verdure, penne alfredo, spaghetti carbonara, thin crust pizza and lasagne siciliano. Get serious with the Mexican fare and go crazy with camarones maya, pollo en mole verdure, pescado veracruzana, enchiladas and chilli con carne. Indian section as expected is brimming with the classics. Be adventurous and finish with churros or crepas de cajeta. Dining at Salsa is a bit on the pricey side but very satisfying.