A crowd-puller, Little Italy has spread its wings and established quite a few branches around the city. The ones in Indiranagar and Koramangala are always busy, so, if you are looking for a quiet nook for lunch or dinner – we recommend you head to the one in Kalyan Nagar or their most recent branch in Sanjaynagar. The decor in their Indiranagar branch is cozy, with
But when you are not looking to stuff yourself to the gills, the a-la-carte menu will work splendidly. You can start off with a Corleone Salad (mixed salad with lettuce, corn, Italian pickled onions, potatoes, sun-dried tomatoes and capers with olive oil and balsamic vinegar). For starters, The Crostini Rustici topped with olives, capers and artichokes is good choice if you want to try something different.
Weirdly so, we feel Little Italy’s menu is tailor-made to the Indian palate with spicy options everywhere, especially their pasta and pizzas, which are particularly popular. From the classic pasta section, we recommend the simple yet soul-satisfying Puttanesca – where the pasta comes bathed in spicy, tomato sauce and is studded with olives, capers, and basil. You can also order Pesto Pizza – where the creamy pesto is adorned with slices of potato and mozzarella. Finish up your meal with their slurp-worthy Tiramisu or their Chocolate Bomb, a molten chocolate cake served with Vanilla ice cream. A meal here will set you back INR 1,200.