So what do you do after you watch a classic like The Magnificent Seven at a cold storage called PVR at Phoenix Market city, Vimannagar, Pune?
You go out looking for warmth and Discover Incognito! Now that’s a Geek joke! Shout out to the ones who figured that out. Goodness gracious!
Incognito, Phoenix Mall, Vimannagar is another fancy place and a very good dine in option if you have a thing for European cuisine; I am a sucker for it, and I like to take my chances. As mentioned earlier I needed some warmth, I looked up for some soups on their menu and guess what? The Chicken Goulash came to my rescue.
You know there are a few decisions in your life that you take without blinking an eyelid and then you feel proud about it later and keep bragging that you are so good at decision making, Yeah?
That’s exactly how I felt after tasting this medieval soup, why medieval? Because its origin traces back to the 9th century to stews eaten by Hungarian shepherds! Now to tell you about it, this soup had some pretty traditional ingredients. A spicy Hungarian broth with chicken and onion dices, flavored with paprika and caraway seeds. The chef also threw in some dried rosemary which was more of an aromatic bliss. The accompaniments were multi-grain bread with dollops of herbed butter. The butter, I tell you, is a miniaturized treat for your eyes first and then your palate.
I can go on and on about it but I’d rather cut it short and tell you this, It really is a must try soup! Highly recommended! Go! Indulge!
When you are with someone who is equally fussy about food and you know that their choice would only be next to yours, you let them order too! And so she ordered Loaded Potato Skins with a filling of BBQ roasted chicken and loads of cheese, served with chipotle mayo. The insides were scooped with utter care, reserving scooped potatoes for the two things which I care the most about, of course after beef, Cheese and Chicken! Here’s my word, there’s nothing like a plate full of crispy potato skins filled with BBQ Chicken, naughty cheddar cheese and topped with zesty bell peppers! I agree at Rs 335/- plus taxes for a plate (4 pieces) is a little pricey but then again, don’t all the good things in life have a price!