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Flying Saucer Skybar- Reviewed!

A 360 degree view from the rooftop, pink and purple decor, quirky one-liners as neon signs on the walls and a cold winter breeze while you sip on some cinnamon flavored mocktails and bite into some warm, juicy kebabs- this is what my Monday night looked like. After it’s huge success in Delhi, The Flying Saucer Skybar launched in Pune in Dec 2014, and is slowly catching up. For those of you who haven’t heard of it or are too intimidated by the decor to give it a try, I strongly recommend this place as a value for money option. With a vast menu with a large variety of dishes at affordable rates, I see this becoming a new favorite with the locals, especially college kids.

 

Moving on to the food, here is what it looked like-

 

We ordered a couple of mocktails- I loved the green apple martini with cinnamon while my sister enjoyed a blood orange and basil mix, and a minty blue curacao mix later. 

 



Starters

 

 

Mezze Platter

Warm kebabs on  a cold winter night- need I say more? Loved how the kebabs were light,oil free, warm and duh, delish!

 


 


 

 


 

 

Jattar Prawns

Tangy, juicy and tasty- I see myself having this for a perfect summer lunch soon this year. 

 


 

Salads

I’m not much of a salad person, but this was something interesting. 

 

Japanese middle salad w/ drunk soy  chicken

Loved this for the interesting flavours- fresh, tangy and chilly. 

 




Chargrilled Mustard chicken and cous cous salad

Absolutely loved the chicken preparation- it’d been marinated in mustard for 12 hours. 

 


 

 

 

Indian Tandoor platter- with chicken and sea food

Gobbled this up in 15 minutes. Or was it 10?

 


 

 

 

Desserts

Assorted Tarts- lemon, strawberry, chocolate

 

 


No surprises here, the chocolate one was my favorite. 

 

 

Ambiance- 5/5

Service- 3.5/5

Food and Drinks- 4/5

Value for money- 4/5

 

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