Cult Terra has consistently been in the news right from their launch. And rightly so. A magnificent place set-up over sprawling acres of land.
East Pune had a shortage of good places around and Cult Terra, and it’s sibling Cult House, have managed to fill the void. A fancy place with different seating sections to cater to every group demographic, and every mood.
I recently tried their new menu items and came back highly impressed.
Considering my sugar restrictions, the bartender was kind enough to whip up a sugar-free off-menu drink for me. The Mint Mayhem was made with whisky, blueberry, mint and a splash of sweet & sour. Hitherto unheard of combination; it was an absolutely amazing blend of flavors. #HighlyRecommended
The Mirchi Peanut Gobi had a nice hit of spices which complemented the crunch of peanuts while the Morrels and Truffle Croquettes sported some good flavors however were slightly dry.
|Mirchi Peanut Gobi [Rs. 195]|
|Morrels and Truffle Croquettes [Rs. 225]|
The Rajma Chawal [Rs. 225] was the showstopper of the evening. Rajma galaouti presented on a cumin spiced rice tikka base, the texture of the kidney beans was just apt and went perfectly with the stickiness of the rice. #YumYum #HighlyRecommended
Cold Mezze Salad Plates
The Greek Turner with Romaine, Feta, tempura chickpeas, California grapes, cucumbers, Spanish onions, and drizzled with black garlic and feta aioli was light and fresh and had a nice burst of grape flavor in bites while the Mango and Tandoori Chicken with mango salsa, water chestnut, spiced tandoori chicken, baby spinach, basil and jalapeno vinaigrette had a good balance of spiciness with the sweet.
|Greek Turner [Rs. 295]|
|Mango and Tandoori Chicken [Rs. 295]|
The Whisky Garlic Prawns had garlic tossed prawns with a Jack Daniels glaze for the added punch.
|Whisky Garlic Prawns [Rs. 395]|
The Tandoori Momos had a lovely flavor of the stuffing with a slight bitter undertone of the char. Unfortunately, the Veg. Dumplings had a slimy coating and the texture of the mushroom stuffing too was off.
Wood Fired Pizzas
The Roast Chicken Pizza had shreds of chicken with olives, Spanish onions, basil and mozzarella. Loved the thin crust which allowed the toppings to shine through. #YumYum
|Roast Chicken Pizza [Rs. 475]|
While most Indians include a sweet dish in their meals, everyone wants to end it with the ubiquitous paan. Cult Terra offers the best of both, in the form of the Paan Ice Cream. Three large scoops of the ice cream are enough to satiate anyone’s cravings. The strong punch of the betel leaf would make anyone swoon, wanting more. #HighlyRecommended
|Paan Ice Cream [Rs. 195]|
A humongous open-to-air place with different seating for different moods, Cult Terra now scores high on everyone’s wish list.
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