Show all timings
551Rank amongst restaurants in Delhi NCR
Ravioli Pasta (2)
Watermelon Juice (1)
Sorrento’s décor can be best defined as ‘refined rustic,’ with elements generously borrowed both from chic urban spaces and the white-washed countryside of Italy. There are cans of potted plants strung up on exposed brick walls that transport you to a Mediterranean landscape. The patron is surrounded by open kitchens and can wait for his meal by watching a battery of chefs whipping up complex dishes using both authentic and fresh ingredients. The live pizza counter is a delight to gaze at, where extravagant pizzas take shape right in front of your eyes from modest dough balls. Oven-fresh pies with bubbly tops are then placed under warming lamps before the server zigzags his way to your table. The savoury affair is placed on a bed of sweet raisin mostarda (candied- fruit condiment) and quenelles of potato mash. Also, currently, there is a special offer from Monday through Saturday for lunch, that is priced at Rs 1500, plus taxes, per person. The offer comes with a choice of salad, pasta dish, main course option and dessert
Our perception towards Italian food has changed in the past few years. No longer is the cuisine about pizzas or pastas, it has evolved into a much more sophisticated image of its original self. Diners have become more aware of the depth of Italian cuisine and do not fear trying out the lesser known dishes of this wonderful fare. Many fancy restaurants have taken upon themselves to find out more about Italian food and have not backed down from creating an adventurous unusual menu. ‘Sorrento’ of Shangri La’s Eros Hotel at Janpath, New Delhi is a constant source of delight to us. It is one of the few places in the city that deals into the untapped recipes of Italian cuisine. If you want luxurious Italian dining at its best, then choose Sorrento.
Sorrento gives Italian cooking in Delhi a polished refined sheen. This much awaited five star restaurant has changed the image of Italian food in Delhi forever. The menu targets pure Italian food with majority of cooking being from southern states of Italy. The chef himself belongs to Calabria and being a native brings authenticity and genuine unique touch to the menu. Take advantage of their stunning wine library, by choosing a nice bottle of red to match your meal. Whet your appetite through, Sicilian fennel & fava bean soup, risotto with chorizo, baked polenta in gorgonzola cream, fragrant seafood broth and Sardinian pearl fregula & seafood stew. Mains are the showstoppers. Dig into, agnolotti stuffed with farmed rabbit, 24 hours braised lamb shanks, 4 cheese pizza, ratatouille & homemade tart, tortellini stuffed with roasted sweet pumpkin and wood oven roasted whole sea bass.
For your sweet tooth indulge in some traditional Italian desserts. An array of delicious homemade sorbetto and gelato are on offer or opt for, tiramisu, infinity chocolate, apple tart, cheese cake and Mount Vesuvius, which is a sublime dessert made out of chocolate. A blue Vespa is parked just next to the entrance of Sorrento. As you step inside you will see a beautiful inviting dining space, which seems like a melange of old and new. Exposed white brick walls blend wonderfully with gleaming wooden panels, while black old fashioned lamps hangs low, washing the entire dining room in dim light. The restaurant is welcoming as well as elegant. On the days weather is behaving, sit outdoors. Sorrento may be expensive but it’s certainly worth it.
Main cuisine served at Sorrento is Italian.
₹3000 (approx.) for two at Sorrento.
No, Sorrento serves both veg and non-veg dishes.
Sorrento restaurant timing For Today : 06:30 PM to 11:30 PM
No, Sorrento does not serve buffet.
No, Sorrento does not serve alcohol.
No, Sorrento doesn't play live music.
People love Ravioli Pasta, Watermelon Juice the most at Sorrento.