This is one of those rare free standing Italian restaurants that does not believe in Indianizing its dishes just to please the jaded palates of most Indians who want their tandoori and paneer and manchrian with every dish. I had heard about this place for a whil but never had a chance until now to try it. Well, I have been missing out of something.
They have a brick oven pizza outdoors and you can sit just there watching your pizza getting cooked. It was very good, thin crust and all. It is very rare to find a pappardelle dish in India, but Don ahd it, and it was quite good, though it could have used with ait more of olice oil. Their wine selection by the glass is very limited and a real drawback. So was the tiramisu. It was a bit too dense and tasted more of custard than spongy tiramisu.
Service was very good, and the pricing is fair. If the location was a bit more convenient, I would eat here more often.
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