-By Karen Anand
The restaurant is divided into two: one section is quite a smart bar serving a wide variety of cocktails and wines, both domestic and imported, and a small but significant selection of wines by the glass. The service and knowledge of the waiters is polite but relatively uninformed. Pizzas reign supreme here — hot, thin and crispy, and quite delicious. The risotto with asparagus, peas, basil and tomato was a large portion, too wet to be a risotto, and the rice a tad overcooked, and I couldn't see any asparagus but it hit the spot on a cold rainy evening. The Braised Lamb Stew was pretty much perfect. However, the Spaghetti Bolognese had too much tomato in it. The Bolognese ideally should be served on top of the spaghetti and not all mixed up like a half-eaten meal. Cheesecake is a little dry but quite tasty. Food seems pretty consistent and tasty, if not perfectly executed. The restaurant has dark wood floors and looks more like a smart five-star coffee shop than a Mediterranean restaurant. I like the clean lines and the no-fuss decor. Prices are on the rnsteeper side.rn
Review posted within last 6 month
Smart interior makes Sicilian enjoyable for both family crowd as well as large friends group. The bar area seems hugely attractive due to the popular imported as well as Indian made liquors. Pizza, Lamb Stew and Risotto are my favorite dishes in Sicilian restaurant.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Pizzas are the best thing to order here at Sicilia. Nothing new for many but the surprise add-on is the choice of liquor from cocktail to wine.
Braised Lamb Stew, risotto are other delicacies to be tried and loved here at Sicilia.
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