-By Rashmi Uday Singh
As crammed and cacaphonic as ever, it has one more branch in Malad attesting to its popularity. This magnificently handsome, high-ceilinged, swish area is packed to the hilt with families. Executives rave about the Lunch Buffet in Nariman Point (Mon–Thu Rs.430 AI on weekdays, Fri–Sat `482 AI and Sun Rs.750 AI). While the thin-crust pizzas are as good as ever, they seem to have cut down the number of options. The Bruschetta is not as light and refreshing as before. Ditto for the Mushroom Cappuccino Soup. However, the al dente Vodka Penne Pasta and Saffron Risotto delight. Veggies, rejoice! More than half the menu is dedicated to you - Super Cream Cheese Potatoes, Wood-grilled Paneer, soups, flat breads, pizzas, pastas, Vegetable 4-Cheese Tart and more. End with the oozing Chocolate Bomb. There’s a fully-stocked bar at every location too. Dislike Italian? Want Indian? Head next door to the legendary Copper Chimney, Spaghetti Kitchen’s companion restaurant, weaving its reliable spell with Reshmi Kebab, Chello Kebab, Dal Maharaja and Murgh Makhni.
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