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We all do love Italian food. Any kind of pasta or pizza. It’s our new pig out food. Here’s a list of must try Italian restaurants in Bangalore.
This new Italian restaurant has an interesting open-space kitchen. The front-facing counter is laden with fresh produce and kitchen trays of micro-greens. The chefs, certainly, take pride in the quality of ingredients that feature in the restaurant’s offerings. A couple of black boards list the day’s specials. The dining space has a very modern, gold-glass-and-lightwood décor and a large communal table in the centre.
There is something inherently elegant about Italian food without being fussy and Alba, the specialty restaurant at JW Marriott, offers diners the best of Italian and Tuscan hospitality. It takes a few visits to discover the finer nuances of this restaurant, which has stunning interiors, but it’s well worth it.
Incanto means enchantment in Italian and this place certainly charms with its décor — which includes pearl white wooden furniture, pastel hues and eye-catching frescoes. Classic Italian is what the restaurant serves and you can taste the gamut from a starter of Seafood Terrine or Tuna Carpaccio to main courses of Grilled Lobster and the popular Ossobucco.
Bene is simply beautiful with the cheerful coloured interiors and natural wood and stone. The design is functional and modern. Good weather permitting they will also serve you at the outdoor terrace. Otherwise choose to be seated either at the bar counter, private dining room, or a communal table. Menu is quite extensive.
Aloro is the Italian speciality restaurant located at the lobby level of the Hotel Crowne Plaza. The interiors are done in elegant chrome and glass with large windows, and a wall sized wine rack. It offers the diner a variety of choices among homemade pastas, wood-fired authentic thin-crust pizzas to freshly prepared antipasti, and a wide variety of superb meats and seafood.
Encountering Tuscany will no longer involve a trip to Europe. Chianti is just around the corner, tucked away in Koramangala. An exposed brick facade lit with warm, yellow lights and no-nonsense scrubbed wooden tabletops sets the tone for a lovely meal.
Translates from Italian into superlatives like very good, very fine, excellent, perfect, splendid. Aptly named as it turns out since this signature restaurant at the ITC Gardenia is a trend-setter and Master Chef Vittorio Greco does not craft his food the conventional way. Instead, his menu takes you beyond pastas and dishes commonly associated with Italian food into clever culinary avatars.