-By Swati Sucharita
This vegetarian Italian restaurant has become the favourite of many Hyderabadis. Little Italy brings a plethora of traditionally prepared authentic Italian offerings made with fresh ingredients. The menu includes a wide selection of soups, pizzas from a wood-fired oven and pastas that range from the classic to the simple peasant food eaten in the Italian hinterland. Start the meal by sampling some antipasto or starters. The Crostini Della Casa is a slice of rustic-style farmer�s bread topped with sun-dried tomatoes, olive oil, herbs and roasted aubergines. The Crema di Avocado is a mild pur�e of avocado and tomato served on farmer�s warm bread. If the dish names confuse you, just ask for a platter of Crostini Assorti, which is a mix of different Crostini and Bruschetta. The salads have interesting names like Gladiatore and Corleone in addition to traditional ones like Caesar�s Salad. Thin-crust pizzas are offered here: the Sadu is a plain tomato, garlic and oregano pizza, while the Nawabi is a spicy pizza with tomato sauce, onion, capsicum and corn, and the Tabasco is a spicy pizza with jalapeno peppers and sun-dried tomatoes. And yes, a dash of Tabasco will go well for the Hyderabadi palate. A wide variety of sauces are on offer to go with your selection of Tagilatelle, Spaghetti, Fussli, Gnocchi or Ravioli. Complement this culinary delight with courteous service of the knowledgeable staff and you have a great place for dining. Little Italy has proved two things - it is a welcome culinary change in the city and is a vegetarian�s delight. �Little Italy� is not so little after all
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