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Basil Tree is a decent multicuisine restaurant with a catchy décor. They have showcased multiple liquor bottles all around the restaurant to give it a quirky look. The menu gives a joyride with delightful multicuisine dishes. It is an affordable place to enjoy some well-made Italian dishes. It is the perfect place for a small gathering of friends or a corporate party.
This multicuisine restaurant is part of the Sector 18 market. We usually don’t eat in standalone restaurants, preferring to go to the nearby DLF Mall of India since that offers many more options all in one place, but on this occasion, I was craving pizza. Since my husband and daughter also like Italian food, and we’d seen reviews about Basil Tree’s Italian food, we decided to give this a try. The restaurant is located on the first floor (no lift, just stairs) and is a little dimly lit (though this could perhaps be deliberate—we visited on a very hot summer day, when the cool dark interior of the place was very welcome). When we arrived, the restaurant was absolutely empty, even at 2 PM, which disconcerted us a bit (some more people arrived after we’d placed our order, though). The menu is a mix of Italian, Indian and Chinese, though thankfully they are all given their own sections. We were interested only in the Italian food, so this was where we focused. There are lots of dishes here, all the way from antipasti to risotto, pasta, and of course pizza. We ordered an al pesto pizza (10”, though it’s also available as a 14” pizza), and a lemon and chicken risotto, primarily for our daughter, who loves risotto. Our child ordered a fresh lime soda and I ordered an Italian smooth (shouldn’t that have been ‘Italian smooch’? But maybe this is Basil Tree’s version). The Italian smooth, with a good punchy hit of ginger and ginger ale, was very refreshing and good. The risotto, while it was good, was not lemony at all: if I hadn’t known, I would have said this was a chicken risotto, I wouldn’t have realized it was supposed to have lemon in it too. But the highlight of this meal was the al pesto pizza, which was simply divine. A vegetarian white pizza (that is, without any tomato sauce), this one was topped with lots of ricotta and mozzarella, spinach, little bits of broccoli, and dots of basil pesto. Everything was perfectly balanced: enough vegetable but not too much, enough cheese but not too much, enough pesto but not too much—and the crust was beautifully thin and with bubbled-up bits of dough, the way a good thin crust pizza should be. We paid Rs 1,497 (excluding tips) for our meal. I would happily go back to Basil Tree just for that gorgeous pizza.
Good food and nice people. Veg food should be given importance as normally restaurants focus of non-veg lovers! Otherwise a good place!
Last week on a lazy afternoon we decided to order food which is not so oily and spicy, so finally after a thorough search we ordered One Mama mia chicken Pizza and one mutton seekh kabab Pizza both 10” from Basil Tree SEC-18 Noida. Omg! it was such a pleasant surprise for all of us as the pizzas were so amazing in taste, the texture, the filling and the thin crust everything was excellent. Thanx basil tree for the sumptuous lunch we will keep ordering from you guys , 🥂
A multi cuisine restaurant with specialty in Italian cuisine. The pizza are really impressive in terms of taste and are served in to sizes, 10” & 14”. Mama’s chicken pizza was a delight to have, for vegetarians I would recommend paneer tikka pizza. If I talk about pasta then White sauce penne pasta( Non veg) is highly recommend, the mix of chicken and bacon gives an ultimate taste to it. Didn’t like the mix sause pasta much
We had a chance to dine at this place. The place is on two floors and has a nice ambience. Service is quick and variety is good. Prices are a bit on a higher side but are worth the food quality and service. The best thing about this place is the location. Parking could be a challenge on weekends.
What used to be a dry cluster of buildings and a major industrial area is today a sought after location for fashionable crowd. To say Noida has gone under a huge transformation over the years would be a gross understatement. The city has tremendously reinvented itself into a dynamic hub for snazzy restaurants and throbbing nightlife. It’s gastronomy has improved vastly as well. Amongst the numerous restaurants in Noida, ‘Basil Tree’ is known for it’s good wholesome food served for pocket-friendly prices. It is one of those modest eateries with a lot of potential if you ignore it’s not so trendy décor. Basil Tree finds itself in Main Market, Near Radisson Hotel, Sector 18, Noida. A decent number of diners show up regularly to enjoy the delicious food served at Basil Tree.
Basil Tree makes up for the lack of bling with a crowd-pleasing menu that encompasses Italian, North Indian and Chinese cuisines. The menu spreads up to eleven pages and each section is generously proportioned to include a plethora of dishes. It is backed by a full-fledged bar menu, which stocks all kinds of alcohols. Choose whatever draws you to acquire the buzz before tackling the first course. Non-drinkers can stick to mocktails. Pair the drink with yummy starters like, crispy chilli corn pepper, ajwani fish tikka, roasted chicken wings, chicken bruschetta, mutton seekh, Italian croquettes, paneer tikka multani, honey chilli potato and hari bhari seekh. With the help of flatbreads or rice mop up mains like, Basil Tree fish curry, chicken supreme, mix vegetables in hot garlic sauce, badashai malai kofta, pasta arrabiata, pizza al pesto, chicken black pepper and shahi paneer.
Every great meal deserves to be finished on a sweet note. The chef at Basil Tree concludes the menu with an assortment of desserts, gulab jamun, chocolate brownie and a selection of ice creams. Basil Tree is the perfect place to hold get together of family and friends or have a corporate party. Climb a flight of stairs to reach the restaurant. Interiors of Basil Tree are quite pleasing to look at. A huge plate glass window covers one side of the wall flooding the dining space with an abundance of sunlight. Faux brick wall effect is combined with a spacious room dotted with proper dining tables. A big photograph of Italian coast runs across the focal wall. Basil Tree is moderately priced.