Spago’s gourmet Italian with such simplicity rustles on the lively N-block market of Greater Kailash I. Recently renovated, the restaurant looks like a light, flower highlights, wooden furniture, and a cafe-style atmosphere. While the food is excellent, in particular, it’s Grilled King Prawns in a fiery Harissa Olio, Saltimbocca, Barbecue Artichoke Hearts, which are filled with Parmesan Walnuts, and Lasagne Alla Bolognese-their in-house recommendations is a sure shot winner. Enjoyed an olive oil and vinegar and sprayed with pesto.
Artusi Ristorante E Bar
This initial home in Greater Kailash-II honours the Emilia-Romagna region with great lavishness. You will be taken to a different place from the time you go to Artusi. It is the perfect place for an intimate Italian meal-candlelit with soothing music and a wide range of wine and authentic food. Burrata Maestro Fellini, Pappardelle Faraón (heavenly spaghetti with herbal ragu of chicken), Gamberoni, Alla Griglia (jumbo creeping prawns eaten with mashed potatoes and a little bowl with tropical fruit) and The Lamb Chops.
Travertino is just a ride if you are hunting for a truly fine dinner and an authentic Italian experience. The restaurant is designed to open the winemaking cellar in the kitchen, and its cheese range does not equate anything to anything. Crab & Asparagus, Wild Mushroom Risotto, and scrupulous Minestrone Soup are the homemade Fettuccine. You have to move here for the full Italian deal if you are a lover of Gnocchi or Ravioli. In fact, most of the ingredients used come directly from Italy, which only adds authenticity.
A self-sufficient restaurant close to a Tuscan villa, suitable for a romantic dinner and a hearty meal with the children. In the sun you will catch a nip in the kitchen, which seems like an ancient Victorian living room, but I like the backyard–comfortable and nicely decorated without the spectacular décor. They have the amazing Costolette Di Maiale and Mushroom Ravioli. By the best basilica of Bruschetta Pomodoro and date in the region.