I have always enjoyed the starters and main courses here but the desserts are a real disappointment, the Tiramishu served is not original but a rather a coffee mousse, the creme brulee was not well done. In all I would go in for the food but avoid the dessert.
Sometimes it could be a really hard to pronounce Italian names. But that's not the case with their food. Like the Minestrone soup, good tangy taste with boiled corn bits and Cannelloni pasta.
But the Risotto Primavera, which was indeed creamy with the parmesan cheese and full of vegetables doesn't go well with the pocket. The most dreadful was the Pizza Pesto, oops, pesto sauce on Pizza, who thought that!
The Tiramisu was great, very very soft layers and good flavors of chocolate! Very well good indeed.
The ambiance is average and its not very crowded even on weekend because of so many restaurants near by.
The verdict:- Food/Taste - 6/10 Service - 6/10 Value for Money - 5/10 Quality - 5/10 Ambiance - 6/10
Do you love Italian food? Do you want to have the real pizzas ans pastas.Then spaghetti kitchen(i am talking about the one in Saket) is where u should be heading to.The decor when you enter Spaghetti Kitchen, is exquisite. It is a fine dine.The ambience is very good. The culinary art of the restaurant is the one most admired. The menu has many options like pastas, pizzas, risotto, starters, soup, salads, meat etc. There will be some names in the menu,which we Indians would fail to understand but the easy way out is that every name of the dish is given with its details. If you ask for, a variety of breads will be provided to you.
What i would suggest you to go for is Chicken risotto which is very scrumptious and the spicy neapolitan pork salami which is topped with tomatoes and lots of mozzarella cheese,is actually jaw dropping which is a must try if you are a hard core non vegetarian. Iced lemon tea can be tried as it is very refreshing.Tangy chicken rolls are also amazing which are rolled in fontina cheese and mustard sauce. If you are a vegetarian, the veg lasagna al fomo is a delight and a good try. If you are fond of white sauce pasta,then pansotti with mushroom pasta is the best pick.
The service was very astounding and spectacular. The staff is polite and very soft spoken. There is a buffet system as well which is not paid much attention and the service is a bit slow.But all said and done,this place is a must try and a-la-carte system is a better option and the place is worth trying.It is a bit expensive but the yummy food covers it all.I assure you will come out of the restaurant quenched.