-By Rashmi Uday Singh
Ever since this Worli bar and grill opened quietly last year, it has been making waves. However, the buzz in the bar seems to have slowed down somewhat in this smart, sassy and handsome space offset by unfinished black marble tables. It’s a three-levelled restaurant serving Italian-European fare with a global sensibility. Its glassed-in show kitchen stands prominently at the entrance and overlooks the alfresco terrace with its white umbrellas (a boon in the cool winter months). Well known for its martinis - especially the Watermelon, Basil, Ginger and Pomegranate - it has a well-stocked wine bar too. As the book goes to press, I am informed that Chef Mikhael Shahani has taken over from Chef Alex Bignotti. Delightful cooking (menu changes frequently), service continues to be pleasant, a well-stocked bar, plenty of choice for vegetarians, well-made with high-quality ingredients (with prices to match) and (at night) music that gets too loud for conversation. The verdict? We welcome the newer star near Nehru Planetarium.
Review posted more than a year ago
I visited this elite and high-end restaurant with my fiancé, and boy was I surprised with the steep prices of each simple food that we ate! The Spaghetti Carbonara that we orderd was quite delectable, and so was the pizza, but the prices still keep me wondering!
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