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This unpretentious Osteria, comprises of comfortable seating options, and is characterized by excellent wooden interiors alongside a subtle yet charming atmosphere and serves up a rustic Italian fare that majorly highlights Sicilian culture. It aims at providing its customers with the latest seasonal produce and believes in the concept of eating fresh. Italian soul food is the speciality out here, and one must-try the house-made kinds of pasta that are cooked until ‘al dente’. The good thing here is that the menu offers, dishes for everyone, a good selection of antipasti, soups, salads, stuffed kinds of pasta, risottos, Panini’s, mains, desserts and an exclusive menu for kids as well, that comprises of smaller portions of pasta bowls. Besides the food, it also offers an excellent wine-pairing menu; the wine butler assists the customer to select a wine option that would pair best with the food that he/she has ordered. This eatery focuses on using the highest quality of ingredients, and it sources most of its ingredients from Italy, they believe in keeping the recipes simple and not playing around with the original flavours, giving their dishes the true Sicilian touch, a harbour of lip-smacking dishes that one must-try.
'The Pasta Bowl Company' is a seemingly fancy Italian restaurant with great interiors and well, good food. I remember ordering Ravioli here, which tasted amazing, however, as per as portion goes, for over 600 rupees, the dish served only one. I also ordered the strawberry milkshake which was abundant as far as quantity goes, however, was too sweet and hence missed the mark again. The presentation was great, the decor was nice, but the value was debatable.
A very good place to enjoy the pasta. The variety is very good and the fusion dishes are must a try.
A pleasant lunch with a friend. Fairly ordinary menu, nothing to rave about. The food was ok, portions reasonably generous to share. Disappointing Potato soup and the Tiramisu. The nect door d"Ghent could be a better choice.
Though this place has made a name for itself, I did not quite find every dish wowing me. The pizza was nice, crisp and the cheese used was of good quality. Loved every bite of it. The pasta I ordered wasn't available. The gnocchi wasn't available as well. Closed my eyes and ordered my favourite bolognese. Turned out to be dry and flavorless. Showed my disappointment, they immediately took it back and remedied it, but weren't very successful. We also ordered the seafood pasta, was better but lacking a certain punch. Liked their presentation and the courteous staff. Might not be visiting them again. Well,Maybe for my love of the pizza.. the bill was 2k plus with no drinks added.
A.C. Not working... food took for ever... the chef will not alter or make small changes like adding a dash of cream to the sauce or making the pizza well done... common did I ask ya much, it shows me how confident the chef is, upon calling the so called “head chef” asked where did ya get ur training done replies olive bar & kitchen (Mehrauli)... so in short it is a rundown version of olive bar, so ya just cut copy paste of what he learnt there, if you dont feel like to driving all the way up there and ready to put up with there stupid attitude here is an option. Once a famous person said “Look after the customer and the business will take care of itself” - by Ray Kroc founder of Mc Donald’s. Clearly you have failed it and struggling to maintain the restaurant. Good luck