Stellar New Summer Menu At This Amazing Restaurant In Cyberhub

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What Makes It Awesome?

You can't go wrong with the food that invokes nostalgia at Pra Pra Prank. There's nothing like biting into a dish that reminds you of another time, a person, a place, especially when those memories have a special place in your heart. Prankster, the parent outlet of Pra Pra knew this all too well and their food was more than well-received because of it but the new summer menu at Pra Pra takes it to a whole other level. The Chef has left behind the whole nouvelle food and hyper presentation bit (which I loved by the way) and focused entirely on creating new dishes out of memorable, comfort foods from days gone by! If you haven't been to Pra Pra then expect to step into a rather quirky space that's warm and welcoming, funky and chill and don't miss the decor accents, they're very unique!

The new menu's presentation is still very impressive and modern but the taste profile is deliciously familiar and comforting. We started with the Burnt Garlic Soup which was distinctly reminiscent of chicken hot & sour soup and very telling of how stellar this meal was going to be! Then came the Snow Peas with Gomae Dressing salad, I love the game as a dressing, the perfect extraction of the deep flavours of sesame, quite like a tahini-based sauce, only better! The Indian starters spread is huge, a lot of familiar flavours there but we chose what the chef suggested and we're so glad we did, the Prank Aloo Tikki Chaat was a whole other level of the way Pra Pra blends the old and the new. Perfectly crisp Tikki submerged in a soup like chutney, that was the essence of chaat all the way. This is a must-have, though we plan to go back for the Keema Kachori, mainly because the Rara Meat Bao Dog was so good. The true stars of this menu are actually the Dim Sum and the sushi, I have been here for a meal of just these, you could choose any and they would hit the spot but don't miss these, truffle and edamame, spinach & prawn and the chicken curry dim sum. From the sushi menu, my recommendations would be, melon & cheese, veg rainbow roll and the Pra Pra bomb which has all the goodies, prawn tempura, salmon and spicy mayo.

The summer menu also has a slew of Asian starters, with desi classics like Chilli Paneer and Chicken Lollipop but I suggest you keep your appetite for the insanely good, Shanghai Pork Belly and Butter Garlic Prawns. If you manage to keep space for mains, which is hard to do with such a huge menu, but try, and then order the Meat Martaban, straight out of Punjab and soul satisfyingly awesome. Complete this kind of feast with some of the finest desserts a restaurant could have and I say this because a lot of places have great food but don't focus enough on the dessert, which for me is an integral part of a dining experience. The Malai Kebab sounds misleading but it's by far the best dessert I've had in a long time, it had all my favourites, gratinated Ras Malai, which gave it a caramelized flavour, topped with nimish and son papdi, that's a real bowlful of dessert goodness!

What Could Be Better?

There’s mango sushi that’s going to go off the menu soon, I wish there was a way to keep that on all year long!!

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1,000 - ₹3,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae

Chef & Mommy! Personal Mantra: eat, run, repeat 💪🏼