Sorrento – Extravagance and panache is certainly on the plan here, a contemporary characteristic Italian restaurant watching a gorgeous outdoor area. The buzzy bar feasts its allure to the restaurant and lounge crafting the picture-perfect setting to ease and indulge. The show kitchen makes for a distinctive and interactive dining experience. The culinary spirit is old-style and genuine Neapolitan with a robust inspired element. Speciality Chef Luigi Ferraro has formed a menu that also sports a basic range of heartening Italian classics using exceptional quality ingredients which change, as per the seasons. The food is sincere and Luigi serves each dish with the most imaginative flair without negotiating on the taste. Italian food has been adulterated, and largely syncretised to a significant degree. It is thus satisfying to dine on good, authentic Italian food.
Most Popular dishes on the menu – Fagottini Stuffed Pasta With Ricotta And Lemon from the Amalfi coast & Black cod, Lardo Wrapped With Olio Negra, Nuts and Roasted Forest Mushroom.
Zanotta – Swanky Italian with fetching décor, noble ambience and spectacular city views reverberate the beauty of Renaissance Italy. Italian Chef Leidy Liz Levitan’s original and scientific approach to cooking, breaks down each dish to best experience and savours and textures of specific ingredients and redefines the context of the dining experience succeeding her exceptional vision. Chef Leidy is chiefly alert to the choice of basic ingredients: homemade pasta, meat and fish based preparations; truffles etc warmly salute Italian cuisine with its intense tastes and flavours. Lovers of wine will be seduced by an exceptional wine list resulting from an exclusive selection. A live kitchen makes Zanotta a delightful pictorial treat. If I had to pick one restaurant out of the countless of excellent choices in the capital, Zanotta will definitely top the list.
Most Popular dishes on the menu – Branzino Crocante-Pan Seared Chilean Seabass on black olive crust & Homemade Porcini Pappardelle, Pork Loin and Wild Mushroom Fricassee.
Prego – Comfortable and intimate, Prego takes you away from the jostle of city life; as the glass doors of this Italian Escapade open, one is speechless with the state-of-the-art features with genuine artwork, an open kitchen, visual light earthen colour scheme; glass blocks in different colours, a rich wine cellar (as in the wine is excellent!) and the outlandish bouquet of Italian food. And once you get cosy you experience the best of Italian cooking by Chef Salvatore Sallis, who emphasises on the tradition of the food and in the impressive ritual of Italian cuisine. He serves inventive flavours and textures that only an Italian chef can put for a theatrical effect and he is highly inventive with local products – on the menu is delicate seasoning, a wealth of experience and tasty dishes.
Most Popular dishes on the menu – Cream Of Field Mushroom, Black Truffle Scent and Deep Fried Squid With Tartar Sauce.
La Piazza – Without a doubt one of Delhi’s most popular Italian restaurant. Chef Alessandro Sandrolini in his menu of Italian gastronomy proposes local products or rare dishes exuding clean savours prompting us that flair can go hand in hand with simplicity. Do not miss finishing your meal with a fine grappa. Yes, evidently this is a place to appreciate great food and wines as it certainly has all the seamless elements for a great dining experience and the evolution into the new menu is exceptional.
Most Popular dishes on the menu – Pizza La Piazza, Mushroom Risotto & the signature Tiramisu
Bella Cucina – Quite like in the countryside, Bella Cucina embodies the Italian way of life. Decorated in a sophisticated Italian style, three well-appointed Private dining rooms, a good wine list and the star of the show aka the Molteni Kitchen makes it well worth a visit. Chef Amit has focused his talents on producing light and delicious Italian dishes, using Avant-garde techniques to revisit Italian cultural heritage and Simplicity made elegant – the quintessence of Italian cuisine.
Most Popular dishes on the menu – Compressed Beetroot And Goat Cheese Snow and Chicken Parmigiana With Tomato Cappellini.
Rupali Dean is a familiar name in Food & Travel writing. Her passion and work takes her on various travels across the world and her by-line is familiar to discerning readers of esteemed magazines and Newspapers like Uppercrust, Food & Wine, Discover India, Economic Times Travel, Hindustan Times City, Statesman etc to name a few. A trained hospitality professional, from the Institute of Hotel Management, Ahmedabad gives her an edge over any other food writer. She has also won the Best Food Travel writer award in India by Spain Tourism and has been Featured among India’s Top 5 Food Bloggers in India in the Hi Blitz magazine.
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