-By Odette Mascarenhas
Siricco, named after the hot wind which blows towards Southern Europe across the Mediterranean from Africa, making a howling sound as it travels, is the Mediterranean speciality restaurant at Intercontinental The Lalit. It commands a great view of the pool and the sea and its decor is that of a Goan-Portuguese casa. Once guests have taken their place either indoors or outdoors, they'll be spoilt for choice with items like Whole-baked Baby Snapper,subtly flavoured with European spices and herbs and Gorgonzola and Argula Salad. A wonderfully prepared item is the Sprouting Broccoli with Hollandaise, which can be paired with a meat dish and much more. In addition, there are some meaty items, a variety of chicken preparations and some quiches, besides risottos and pastas. They are open for cocktails at 5.30pm and serve dinner from 7.30pm to 11pm. You can choose from starters, soups, pastas, risottos, and other main courses, and end your meal with a delightful Tiramisu. Other sweet delights here include Sachertorte and Cheese Cakes.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Siricco is not just a restaurant for me the view of the sea, pool and the classic Goan interior is soothing for the senses and what can be more satisfying then some great food for company. The European menu has really good Salads, pastas and chicken dishes to offer. Also their desserts menu is tasteful with awesome Cheese Cake and Tiramisu to choose from besides few other things. Siricco is blessed with a great chef who knows how to use spices and herbs for that impeccable taste.
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