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Located right next to the famous Status restaurant, Spesso is a vegetarian restaurant serving a variety of cuisines and dishes. Their menu consists of starters, soups, salads, pizza, and pasta, make-your-own woks, sizzlers and even Malaysian curries and Nasi Goreng. The pasta aglio oglio is far spicier than usual, comes with a bread roll (as do all the other pasta dishes), and is average at best. Tex Mex and pizzas are the other popular choices. The desserts are all eggless. The chocolate ones are the best but steer clear of the macarons.
Good family restaurants are hard to come by even in a city like Mumbai, especially if they are value for money. Diners are always on the lookout for places like these, which lends families a decent background to entertain while enjoying a lavish meal for moderate prices. What if we tell you that there are restaurants with great location, fabulous menu, Instagram-worthy décor and more importantly are very much in budget. It’s true! Take ‘Spesso Gourmet Kitchen’ for example. The restaurant is a charming amalgamation of location, flavour and service. It enjoys a marvelous location on the ground floor of Regent Chambers, Jamnalal Bajaj Road, Nariman Point. Every Mumbaiker knows, things can’t get better than Nariman Point. From it’s sought after perch, Spesso attracts a steady flow of families and office goers.
Spesso Gourmet Kitchen impresses the foodies with a diverse global menu encompassing European, Mexican and Italian cuisines. Even though food is vegetarian and they do not serve alcohol, the popularity for their food is nowhere reduced. They bring to you all the classic Italian-Mexican dishes minus the meat. The veggie versions of the classics are not half bad. Sip on a chilli guava punch to beat the humid weather of Mumbai before tackling the first course. Why not try, crispy vol-au-vent boxes, German potato & chestnut salad, Mexican quesadillas, jalapeno n cheese poppers, bruschetta assorted, mezze platter and 7 layered Mexican shots. Don’t stop the party and dive into the mains next with, pasta pesto alla Genovese, kung pao veggies, mariachi burritos, boconini & roasted vegetable sandwich, Mexican pizza, cottage cheese in pepper garlic sauce and countryside cannelloni.
You can call Spesso Gourmet Kitchen one of the few places where desserts get equal attention as rest of the menu. The restaurant churns out a great number of desserts to woo your sweet tooth. Cookiezza, red velvet cake, ‘Spesso’ classical mud pie, panna cotta piedmontese, tiramisu della casa, gooey chocolate cake, opera, Belgium chocolate truffle and hazelnut praline. Dishes can be made Jain-friendly on request. If you are more than three people, you can avail their all-you-can-eat menu for a fixed price. Home delivery is available. Restaurant is designed to seat a small crowd. Interiors are modern, smart and good-looking. Long sofas are provided to seat the diners comfortably. They add the style through medieval chandelier, Italy-inspired open kitchen and photographs mounted on the wall.