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The world served on your plate

The world served on your plate
This quirky restaurant has a very interesting décor and has used a lot of recyclable things in the furnishings. With the tables set innovatively on spare parts of truck engines and the chairs leathered with the flags of various countries and their hand rest made out of water pipes would definitely make this place stand.

The extensive Pan Asian, European and Middle East menu had a lot of interesting dishes to offer like Baadami broccoli and Tangy button mushrooms for starters both of which turned out to be quite excellent. The highlight of the entire meal were the thin crust pizzas we ordered, Smoked chicken with argula and Al Fungi which were  made in authentic wood oven and tasted perfectly crispy and delicious, I can without a doubt term them as one of the bests I’ve had. I ordered a mocktail called an Italian smooch which turned out be very refreshing with the right amount of ginger ale, lime and coke.

Cafe Gartino has a separate stone tava grill which gave the fish tikka and grilled chicken we ordered an unique, rich taste. We also ordered an intriguing dish called a Chicken Chuski which was served in a curious little glass with chicken wrapped around a tiny sugarcane stick and dipped in a mixture of sauces, It definitely is a must try of the place. The desserts included Triple Chocolate Mousse and a New York Cheesecake which were equally good, especially the cheesecake. A meal for two costs Rs 1800 at this place and is certainly a must visit, I for one would be visiting this place again.
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