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This bright little lobby restaurant has an à la carte menu that hides unexpected flavours among regular favourites. Take for example, the Kerala frito misto, with crumb-fried shrimp and squid tossed with mustard seeds and curry leaves; or the grilled fish fillet with basil-orange sauce (or light and creamy mango mousseline) served with rice. The lamb chops barbequed in pineapple juice, mint, celery and green onions are another unusual entrée, unless you opt for Indian or Oriental fare. In the former, the shahi hara bhara kabab (spinach dumplings stuffed with cheesy raisins) and tandoor malai jhinga are a good start, moving on to Gujarati bhindi sambariya (stir fried okra, peanuts and fresh coconut) or gosht adraki to have with fresh methi rotis. The Pan-Asian section leaves you grappling with a pork in orange-pepper sauce and Thai chilli rice. Finish off with the caramel apple crêpe or Nizami shahi tukda, if you will.
Visited this place in novemeber with friend for dinner. Good ambiance, neat and spacious layout, cordial staff and a very decent place to visit with family & friends. Staff was courteous, attentive and helpful too. Amazing place...... Loved the food.... The flavour used were amazing .......great service......and top of that peaceful environment..... All the above under one roof. dessert counter was very nice. we love it... Thanks to Akash for assistance.
I am not new to this Restaurant. It was perhaps 7th or 8th over the past 5-6 yrs. It had always been Above Average to Exceptional. 100 marks to the Chef now (managing since past 2-3 yeras), as well as the one earlier. For whatever reason, the fusion between various categories are well managed but the taste buds tell not just me but all those I have brought to this place, or those with whom I discussed in terms of certain comparisons. A working lunch or business dinner too are ok, though it misses the exquisite fine-dine experience. Perhaps not really a place for a quiet, private fine dining. The price to quality ratio is very encouraging and goes well into affordable segment for the many who are on a tight budget. No complaint on the F&B. BUT, the restaurant is in a Hotel called the Park Central Hotel, which I believe has turned into a lodge with a shanty, empty and deserted entrance and lobby. even though there was a Duty Manager seat occupied and one person behind the front desk, no one looked up, no one asked to assist, NO SECURITY, No Valet, the manager had different answers from the Hotel Gate & Barrier Operator (single man), different from the Front desk, with stories from people not available in Security because of Diwali Holidays, No Valet because they went for lunch, or lesser people because they were out on Diwali celebrations, no one to assist in lobby because people on leave. The situation remained even after I finished lunch over 2.5 hrs later. Even more lies thereafter with No Duty manager, no access to General Manager. In short, instructions looked clearly to brazen a stone wall before customers. This Hotel has fallen from Grace. The GM is some Mr Sharma, who was to return a call to me by early evening as I was told he is in a meeting. Some policies this hotel maintains, which brings embarrassment and poor grace that has got me to remove it from occupying as a resident guest. I had sometime back put up some overseas guest a couple of times, as well as some relatives too about 4-5 yrs ago. I did have some issues but the GM then was quick to call and attend to. I had lowered its grading since all bathrooms are with tubs, UNFIT for Senior Citizens and Physically abled persons. I ought to have put this down 4 yrs ago, but the kind of response met by the front desk, lobby and the Executives incharge, it was time to but it on record for all those who do not want to risk any absurd behavior and stone-walling by the staff. Unfortunately, this time, because of the arrival experience, I have to reject the Restaurant from my marked favorite to a Not Recommended one due to the risks it has posed. The hotel could be a potentially risky place as there is absolutely NO CHECK, NO X-Ray, NO SECURITY, NO RESOLUTIONS. I noticed many junior and middle level business and marketing executives use the hotel. I had attended some seminars too in the past. Here after, this Hotel stands rejected from my list till I am convinced there is a serious effort to resolve matters. Time After Time gets FIVE Central Park Hotel : ONE (Poor Services, Poor Guest Relations Interaction, No Assistance or No desire to resolve & feels Dangerous).
Decent food..but amazing desert..it was not planned one..but glad we did ended up here..we hungry n it was already 3.. though the buffet was about to close..the staff allowed us to eat from the buffet..we even ordered a sandwich which was also mouthful..n then best part.. dessert..each one better then other.. overall good experience..
The midnight buffet was very competetively priced at Rupees 295. Nothing too extravagant but enough to keep your satiated late at night. I visited the place after 7 years and it is well maintained
Time after time is a great place to spend loving mood and food moments with your near and dear. Friendly staff and comforting ambiance make time after time timeless
When it comes to family-style dining in Pune, the city is wonderfully blessed with numerous exquisite restaurants designed specifically for families and foodies. It has its fair share of places with sprawling quarters and a wide extensive menu to match. Diners come in hordes to enjoy their food and experience the excellent gastronomy of Pune first hand. Some restaurants more than the others take up our attention and one of them is ‘Time After Time’. This bright little hotel restaurant is placed at the lobby level of The Central Park Hotel on Bund Garden Road, Pune. Its well-designed space plus a lovely menu are the two major reasons why this restaurant is so famous with the locals. Also it remains open all-day long so drop in anytime for a fulfilling bite on the way to work or after a long party.
The menu of Time After Time doesn’t give you a chance to complain. It’s generous and all-encompassing, travelling all over the globe. You have a chance to savour cuisines like North Indian, Chinese, Thai and European, all under one roof. Keep an eye out for their buffets, they are a vegetarian’s dream. As there is free Wi-Fi turn a working lunch into a pleasurable one. Commence on their menu with, fish recheado, golden fried baby corn, murgh tikka, parmesan chicken strips, bruschetta with toppings, fried lamb chilli, paneer tikka sofia, salt ‘n’ pepper vegetables, mushroom fritters and Kerala frito misto. In main course tackle with, seafood thermidor, lemon chicken, dum aloo banarsi, lamb in ginger & basil, grilled fillet of pomfret with Dijon, farfalle aglio olio, grilled fish in basil orange sauce and chicken chettinad.
Get your sugar high on Time After Time’s assorted desserts. There is enough options to woo your sweet tooth into submission. Opt for kulfi falooda, chocolate mocha, hot gulab jamun, nizami shahi tukda, crème caramel, warm chocolate brownie, chocolate mousse, caramel apple crepe, chocolate cherry strata and a trio of halwa. The dimly lit intimate ambience of Time After Time is ideal for couples and families. The restaurant is designed in a modern and striking way with bold use of colours. From the windows one gets a lovely view of the pool at night and if the weather allows, slip outdoors and sit by the pool. A not-so-expensively priced place.