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Artusi is rated to be the best Italian restaurant in the city and is an indispensable part of the dining scene. Ever so classy this trattoria boasts of lavish interiors, expensive chandeliers and incredible lighting that gives the diner an escape from reality. The restaurant rightly holds the culture and traditions, of the Emilia Romagna region, making it the ultimate feasting spot. Oscar Balon, the genius behind this place, believes in promoting the food where he hails from, educating people that Italian food is not just limited to a pizza or pasta. The menu enfolds dishes that are a great representation of Oscar’s native land, and have been able to wow the general masses. Italians usually eat a first and second course; there is as such no concept of a third course, the second course is usually ended with a fromage plate or a decadent dessert, paired excellently well with a shot of espresso. The must-have dishes include the famous ‘Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe’, this is traditional handmade pasta, that is tossed in a simple sauce made from black pepper, butter and Parmigiano – Reggiano and the ‘ Tortellini in Brodo’, mini tortellini’s served in a delicious hot broth. The desserts at this place are absolutely fantastic, and one must-try the 'Artusi Panacotta', that is accompanied with 'Sweet Figs and Almonds' and the 'Home-Style Tiramisu', which on its own keeps you wanting for more. My go-to place for authentic Italian!
Place was really good and fine.great for fine diner.take your loved one and enjoy real italian cuiaine with qide range of authentic wines..sangria was upto mark..
If you have a pasta craving for some authentic Italian food, this is the place to come. The appetisers are tasty and the mains also. I would especially recommend the hand made pasta’s. The sauces are just right not too overpowering as many Indian Italian restaurants do. My particular favourites are the Tortellini Panna and Tortellaci Mare. All deserts are good, as befits an authentic Italian place. The bread needs improvement - very ordinary - and cold - compared to the warm fresh baked breads on offer at other comparable places... Service is variable. The waiters are quite raw so better to talk to the manager directly - they are very knowledgeable and can help with the order. Ours recommended an excellent Pinot Noir to go with our food. Ambiance is nice, we sat outdoors under the heaters. This is an relatively expensive place, but you get what you pay for.
Artusi is one fine dine place where you enter and feel like you've reached someone's house in Italy. It is soo warm and fuzzy. The ambience couldn't be better and so is the choice of music being played. I absolutely love the air conditioning vents - soo pretty. The hues of pink on the he upholstery uplift the vibe of this place. We went here twice for lunch and we absolutely loved it the first time. Upon seating we get freshly baked bread with sundried tomato paste. So flavorful. We ordered for the ferro salad which is the best they do. Fresh greens, fruits, pine nuts in a balsamic dressing. It was soo impressive how they had already segregated it into two portions. This was followed by the stunning goats cheese, spunach and asparagus ravioli in a red sauce. I loved the Napolitana sauce they make. Superb. We were so happy by our visit the first day that we went here again next. Much to our high hopes, we were left a little disappointed. The butterhead salad was fresh but really minimal on veggies or anything. We had asked for extra grilled chicken else it was a meagre meal. The aglio olio peperoncino came with a spicy sauce but i feel the quantity was soo soo less. And it was quite okay in taste too. I have had better. I have a really mixed feeling about this. And like an upscale fine dine, its gonna leave a dent in your pockets.
It was a casual visit and heard great things about the place. To my disappointment except the ambience nothing was worth. I literally fell in love with ambience and music but being a fine dining place the service was below par and i had to ask several times even for placing the order. I would have given a second thought of being not so good at service if place was full, but it wasn’t the case. Risotto which I ordered was really oily and had to leave half the portion. Pasta was the only good thing. Very average place in terms of food but above par for ambience.
Move over simply pizza and try some hand made pasta and decadent meaty dishes at Artusi. A sense of vintage nostalgia envelopes the place with monochrome frames and a fireplace. Try their amazing wine cocktails and hand made pasta. The truffle pasta (when in season) is a must try. I also quite liked the Burrata stuffed ravioli with calamari. Their desserts are also as authentic and traditional preparations - the Panna cotta and brandy tiramisu.