Cult House Terra in Hadaspur, Pune is lit with food that's a hit!

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The colourful neon lights and vibrant decor makes Cult House Terra in Hadaspur, Pune a good place for Friday nights!

Punekars, if you are up for some pawri, music, and good food, here’s a place for you in Hadaspur. Cult House Terra is a dance and nightclub that is perfect for late-night outings where you can dig in food with a vibe that’s as high as its ceiling.


If it’s the party vibe and good ambience that is your priority, then Cult Terra & House is a 10. The place is segregated into 3 sections-1) Bar and live music area, 2) a Dining area, and 3) a Luxury Night club. It is well-decorated with plants and trees and the vibe is pretty chill and fun. We expect to enjoy the music next time we visit here as song selections by the DJ can get better to set the tone right.


For starters, we tried their Sheesh Tawook Kebab and it was a plate full of variety. There was Hummus chicken Kebabs and Fattoush on the side (salad). We ate the entire thing like a pizza, putting everything on the small round pita bread and that is when the magic happened. We simply loved it. Up next was Salt and pepper relationship, a veg starter that was savoury and crispy. The wok-fried veggies were on point and if you like a classic bowl of veg crispy, it’s a must try here. 

For the mains, we ordered Lemon Thyme chicken and were left happy with the flavours. The chicken breast piece was stuffed with minced chicken as well as veggies and had a zesty sour taste. The flavour of the lemon, thyme oil, and butter was also pretty strong and to our liking, while the side of mashed potato kept the flavours balanced.

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We also tried their Goan Prawn Curry, which was a fusion of coconut chilli and kokum. The prawns were soft and the gravy was thick. Both the items were served on a hot plate and so the food stayed warm for a longer time. The curry was served with cashew pulao and this duo was delectable and creamy.

Desserts and drinks

For desserts, we ordered Oreo broken brownie sundae and Ras malai Tres leches. The first one featured a few scoops of vanilla ice cream with a brownie and Oreos. It wasn’t much sweet and since we have a big-time sweet tooth, wished it was sweeter. Tres leches was a fusion of Tres leches topped with a layer of whipped cream and ras malai at the top. The sponge cake was soft and juicy and the combination of Ras malai and cream was good.

For the drinks, we ordered Terra on the rocks, which we are not sure if our taste buds approved of. It was a bit too salty for our liking. But what we loved was the Raw Mango Shikanjavi. This mocktail was refreshing and was a good mix of Aam panha, chaat masala, and Kafir lime leaves. A perfect afternoon drink, we’d like to call it.

Overall, the place is good and offers a party vibe. Team Local loved it minus the music part and we suggest you visit it once.

Where: Kad Wasti, Magarpatta, Hadapsar, Pune.

When: 12 pm–1:30 am

Price: Rs.2,000 for two

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