Head to this Bistro if you are craving for Modern European Cuisine in Pune | Bellydriven tells you why?

If you are in Pune, you have to head to this Bistro if you are craving for Modern European Cuisine. Let me tell you why?

Start your meal here with the Trio of Bruschetta

Bruschetta are a great way to start a meal and a fun way to experiment with all kind of toppings. These three variations are a perfect example of their versatility. The ones available here are Cream Spinach with confit tomatoes, Roasted Beet mousse with black olives and Herbed Cream Cheese with homemade onion compote. And out of the lot I would skew towards the roasted beet mousse with black olives for its earthy tones and the smooth texture of the beetroot puree

Munch on some Bacon and Cheddar Cheese Croquettes perfect with the beers on Tap here

These are heavenly and are addictive. These crispy potato croquettes filled with smoky bacon and melted cheddar cheese is the perfect lift me up at the end of a tiring day. PS: The bacon used is actually made from chicken fat

Dig into some Seared Kaffir Lime and Lemongrass Prawns with that drink

These prawns are full of Thai flavour with kaffir lime leaves, lemongrass, lime and fish sauce. And unlike most shrimp recipes, it doesn’t contain a lot of cream or butter which means this dish is lighter, but still rich in flavor. Lemongrass adds to the lemony taste, while kaffir lime leaf and lime zest contribute an extra bit of zing. Perfect for a sea food lover

Take a bite of the Mushroom, Caramelized Onions, Herbed Cream Cheese And Wilted Spinach Pizza

Onions sautéed until brown and caramelized, mushrooms and wilted spinach top this crispy chewy herbed crust along with creamy herbed cream cheese. The flavors of mushrooms, spinach, caramelized onions, garlic, and cheese mingle really well in this pizza.

Pair it with that kick ass red wine sangria…

Rule the Mains with Bacon wrapped Chicken Roulade

Let me present to you – Bacon wrapped smoked chicken sausage pate with red wine jus, roasted onions, herb mashed potatoes, carrot puree and sauteed mushrooms. In short you can just ask for Bacon wrapped Chicken Roulade. Thing to note in this dish are silken smooth carrot puree, the sweet and crunchy roasted onions, the sautéed mushrooms, the bold flavours of the jus..just perfect

Fulfill those Pasta Goals with Spinach and Ricotta Ravioli !!!

The classic Spinach and Ricotta Ravioli is a labor of love. Its simple, its clean and the subtle wine butter sauce does not take away the limelight from the pasta. It has got the tart from sundried tomatoes and the crunch from the almonds

And for the Meat Cravings -Thyme and Balsamic Lamb Chops

Though the lamb itself is deeply flavorful, the sweet-tart sauce is the real reason that you want to go back for seconds here. Balsamic vinegar, thyme, and honey, marry beautifully to dress up otherwise simple sauce. Paired perfectly with pomme puree (a fancy way of saying mashed potatoes), asparagus, spring onion bulb, cherry tomatoes, baby carrots and micro basil.

Satiate your sweet tooth with the Belgium Chocolate Cheesecake

What a better way to end the meal than with a 70% Dark Belgian Chocolate Cheesecake – what an adventure in taste!

The Big Question – Where??

Still wondering where will you find all this?? All you have to do is head to Krusty’s Bistro in Kharadi located in the World Trade Centre premises. Meal for two here will cost you around Rs. 1400 approximately.

Pro Tip:

Krusty’s Bistro is also currently pouring beers from Independence Brewing Company and they have some fabulous offers up for grabs till 31st October as a part of their Oktoberfest.

Krustys Bistro Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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