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Who doesn’t love good old Italian food? Constantly adding new restaurants to its humongous offerings, Gurgaon will absolutely have something or the other to please the lover of Italian food. Here is a list of the best Italian restaurants in Gurgaon.
Pasta Bowl Company is almost the only place that makes insane raviolis and tortellini in Gurgaon. On the first look, you really wouldn’t find this small diner to have so much potential. It’s a quiet, cutely done up place. Extremely simple and nothing fancy and that is good in a way because the food does the talking.
Fat Lulu’s is a small place with a wood fired oven which is the highlight of the joint. The pizzas here are as thin as thin can get and taste absolutely spectacular. Though the pizza sizes are good, owing to the nature of the crust you might need to order a little extra. The joint is slightly expensive but the food is absolutely worth it. There are ample vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian toppings and the sides are worth a shot as well.
With a double-height ceiling (that reportedly gives the place its name, the ceiling is 56 feet high!), the restaurant looks great. Yet the best part of the restaurant is not its stylishness but Tiziano Ranieri, the Italian chef who presides over it. You’ll get Saltimbocca here and simple dishes cooked to perfection, from the south of Italy from where the chef hails expect pasta with seafood, tenderloin cooked to your specifications and Garlic-Flavored Grilled Tiger Prawns with atatouille. Their pizzas too are very good. End your meal with a whisper-light Panacotta. Vatika, the estate agents, have managed to excel at restaurants in this part of town.
As you enter the about-to-open restaurant, you are struck by the openness of the ambience. The wrap-around glass frontage gives you a feeling of space. A crystal lamp highlights crisp linen and sparkling glassware in its soft glow. La Riviera promises urbane dining inspired by authentic French-Italian coastal food and wine. The chef practices his art in a flamboyant cooking suite. Traditional recipes from the Riviera – Nice and Marseillaise – and modern interpretations balance the card. Fresh seafood, prime cuts of meat and game are the focus. Seems promising.
Casual interiors and an easy menu defines Prego. Open to the public more than a year after the hotel was ready, Prego has more in common with high street than hotel dining. It’s only the presence of an Italian chef that gives you a clue about the food in the restaurant. One entire wall is glass, which means that you can overlook the hotel’s pool and catch a fair bit of sunlight during the day. With stone floors and natural Atmospherics.
The concept of all these outlets is a fun, casual, light-hearted look at the cuisines of South-East Asia. You won’t break the bank either when you eat here. How the youthful owners have kept their quality up and their prices down across all branches is the key to their success. As a result, either call in for a table (and arrive in time) or be prepared for a long wait. It is obvious that the brain behind the menu knows the cuisines offered really well. Soups, meals in a bowl and anything from the Robata grill are the things to order here. The humble aubergine makes its appearance several times on the menu, including in the Robata grill. One of the best versions of Khao Suey in the city.
Spaghetti Kitchen, a brand of the Blue Foods Group, offers value-for-money Italian dining experiences. The antipasti, pizzas, pastas and desserts are all good. The antipasti has a fine selection – sun-dried tomatoes, pickled peppers, olives, mozzarella (the real thing) and tomatoes. The pizzas are available in two bases – cracker style and thin crust. Try the Primavera Pizza. Over the years, the food has become rather Indianized. So, it does have a synergy with our palate and at the rate they are expanding, perhaps it is not a bad thing. Two eternal favorites are the Spaghetti a la Norma and the Osso Bucco a la Milanese with Saffron Risotto. Their version of Tiramisu is among the best in the city.