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It's large, noisy, and totally American style, so you won't get al dente pasta here. Even the pizzas are American style, which is to say, large pieces of ham and other ingredients atop the pizzas, which are 'loaded' far more than is usual in an Italian pizzeria. Approximately half the menu has been devised in India for desi palates, but far from being a masaledar atrocity, the flavours work brilliantly. Spicy Chicken Supreme (Rs 285) are spicy and tangy and the mayo-like dipping sauce takes the heat off pleasantly. The Thai Crunch Salad (Rs 345) has shredded vegetables and chicken in an addictive sauce flavoured with cilantro and lime as well as peanut butter while the crunch comes from rice sticks and wonton strips. I tried the Sicilian (Rs 605 for 9" diameter) and the Meat Lovers Pizza (Rs 625 for 9" diameter) and all I can say is that I should have tried one of their made-in-India versions too. Do not miss the desserts: Tiramisu (Rs 375), Red Velvet Cake with cream cheese frosting (Rs 265) and Sticky Toffee Pudding (Rs 190).

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First Milestone is more of a run-of-the-mill eatery which goes by the Butter Chicken-Shahi Paneer formula that never seems to fail. The Navratan Korma, Pudina Chicken, Malai Kofta and Mutton Rogan Josh fail to impress. First Milestone has its takers for its Chinjabi fare - Chilli Chicken, Manchurian, Noodles and Chopsuey, but I'd still say, avoid. No Milestone, this - certainly not a First!

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