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The long-awaited Italian restaurant at the Shangri-La has an open kitchen, a wine library, patio seating and plenty of nooks and corners for a meal in cosy comfort. The cooking is of the highest order and the menu has been put together with great flair. All the cooking is from the southern states of Italy and the chef himself is from Calabria. The food bursts with flavours, whether it is the strozzopreti with Italian sausage and fennel seeds, cod with lardo or the pizzas and salumeria. The mood in the restaurant is casual but there is nothing lackadaisical in their approach towards food.
One must visit this restaurant for a good dine in experience espeically Italian. The ambience around is just amazing. You would get to order some live recipes through chefs which you can see it. Overall a nice experience with family. Much thanks to the waiters around. They were just amazing.
It was a friday evening and my friends birthday and he took us for a dinner at sorrento. The ambience of the restaurant is good . I love the concept of live kitchen. I have nt seen such kind of restaurant and chef cooking in front of us. It was i great evening... Staff was polite enough and understanding... also music selection was amazing..it made the evening more happening. In the end the person who ws serving us Gaurav made some lemonchillo shots for all of us on the table... Efforts appreciated...
I always feel dinning in sorrento is as good as dinning in Venice.. authentic Italian .. staff around is very friendly and careful about your needs and Sanjay is the best .. he took minute care of your menu and made us super happy 😊
Finally- a european restaurant in New Delhi which isn't pretending to be one. Sorrento is southern Italian food in its truest sense. Artisanal hand- made pastas, meats from Sicily, thin crispy pizzas with authentic Italian aromas wafting around your nostrils. 3 of us had the Calabrese sausage with the Stozzpreti pasta, the Black Cod with forested mushrooms, and the artisanal pizzas and meats platters. For me the true sign of a good restaurant/kitchen is when everything that comes out of it couldn't be better. Sorrento totally delivers on this count. This is fine dining in an expensive restaurant ( about $20 for mains ) located in the Shangri-La hotel, but true to the Italian spirit, it has a light, airy and almost casual elegance. Ben fatto!
I arrived past the restaurant's lunch time, but they kindly let me order from the menu and made sure I didn't go hungry. They have a good selection of homemade pasta, one of which I ordered. I enjoyed my meal, the ambience and the great service. Thank you, Sanjay and colleagues.
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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.