10 best Italian restaurants in India


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Trattoria – President, Mumbai

Trattoria arrived in Mumbai in1981 and introduced the city to pastas and pizzas made with produce sourced from Italy.

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CinCin, Mumbai

Some of the signature dishes at CinCin are Suppli, a dish from Rome made with leftover risotto rice; and Chitarra Cacio e Pepe.

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Pizza By The Bay, Mumbai

It is the oldest pizzeria on Marine Drive. The freshly rolled dough and fresh tomato sauce are the secrets to their eternally popular pizzas.

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Cecconi’s, Soho House, Mumbai

Cecconi’s is part of Soho House, and this Italian restaurant has branches across the world. It is a beautiful restaurant overlooking the sea.

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San Gimignano, The Imperial New Delhi

Named after a gorgeous medieval Tuscan town, this chic restaurant has been serving authentic Italian food to the capital for about two decades.

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Le Cirque, The Leela Palace New Delhi

Le Cirque is a  tastefully designed, dinner-only, 144-seater restaurant is spread over an entire floor The menu is a mix of Italian and French!

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La Piazza, Hyatt Regency Delhi

La Piazza opened in 1994 and Chef Hermann Grossbichler gave the city its first tiramisu, espresso and wood-fired oven pizzas.

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Olive Bar & Kitchen, New Delhi

AD Singh opened Olive with the idea of providing a chilled out, laidback space for people to relax and unwind. And that is exactly  that.

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Ottimo Cucina Italiana, ITC Royal Bengal, Kolkata

Dishes like smoked salmon tartare with sour cherry coulis, lobster ravioli and burrata, and black ink spaghetti are just some of the must haves.

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Via Milano, Bengaluru

We recommend, the creamy spinach and ricotta ravioli! Finish your meal with their highly recommended tiramisu or the almond semifreddo.

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