The Italian buon appetito

Craving for authentic Italian cuisine today? A date, family gathering, friends outing or a formal office meet, Chianti in Koramangala, caters to every kind of foodie that you are.

Enter and you are greeted by a waiter who will assist you throughout your journey from the Zuppa (soup) to the Dolci (dessert). A very classic and elegant ambience with brick red walls and beautiful lamps hanging from above. A bar on one side and cozy seating arrangement, with soft music in the background. The attention you will get from the waiters will definitely make you feel special. 10 points for service.

Bread basket with sweet paprika and butter dip. Pic: Anisha Nair

Delicious Bruschetta – appetiser, the Italian way! You will find an instruction leaflet on your table. Don’t worry. It’s the instruction to dress your own Bruschetta (toast). Delicately rub the Garlic, Basil leaf and Cherry tomato on your toast. Then add salt and pepper to taste, pour olive oil to your heart’s content and, tadaaa! Your yummy Bruschetta is ready.

Gnocchi di Patate. Pic: Anisha Nair

Next, you get a bread basket with butter and sweet paprika dip, to accompany your soup. Not to forget the cheerful waiter eagerly waiting to serve you. A variety of veg and nonveg pastas to choose from the main course. Spinach flavoured Gnocchi di Patate served with four cheese sauce just melts in your mouth. Pollo en Salsa di Vino or chicken breast in white wine sauce with potato and garden vegetables with capers and lemon is a good option you are a meat lover. Do leave some room for Dolci or the desserts.

Tiramisu. Pic: Anisha Nair

Fresh Tiramisu made from coffee flavoured liqueur, Cheese and egg yolk, will be a perfect ending to your lavish meal.

So what are you waiting for? Buon appetito!!  

Average cost for two is Rs 1000 (without alcohol). Alcohol is served here.

Address: 12, 5th A Block, Koramangala. Ph: 41132021

Citizen Matters reviews the restaurants anonymously and pays for the meals.

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Anisha Nair is a Staff Journalist at Citizen Matters.

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