Artusi takes its Italian cuisine pretty seriously, though the portion sizes are not in sync with hearty Indian appetites. Make sure to marvel at the dramatic black and white photographs on the wall. The best one is that of a young Marlon Brando from the movie The Wild One, where the matinee idol can be seen clad in leather and standing next to a stylish motorcycle.However, the fare served here is made with top-notch ingredients and does not compromise on the cooking techniques either. A good way to whet your appetite is by ordering the 'Burrata Maestro Fellini'. It is a dish that plays up the contrast between a melt-in-the-mouth burrata and a delicate 'Prosciutto Di Parma', that has been aged for 18 months. You also cannot go wrong with 'Raviolo Al Burro E Agli Asparagi', where square-shaped pasta pockets, filled with spinach, herbs and ricotta floats in a butter sauce.