The gloriously exhuberant restaurant which means haute couture in Engish is located in Priya Mall is three-storied and has been my long time favorite in Delhi. The floridly charming interiors wear a fine Italian look and the ambience for long has been a visually and intimately stunning destination for the hungry soul. Every time I visit this boroque styled restaurant it feels lovingly legendary.
The live one-man-band rolls out memorable oldies, digging from long time hits of Queen, George Micheal and Bryan Adams. The third floor corner table centered with a candlelight is enchantingly elegant and my chosen-one.
For the tongue, there is the delicious Italian food served by the well-dressed waiters who help with everything that you don’t understand. They have a small menu to choose from and I sincerely like it, as I have tasted all the vegetarian edible dishes here. I start with an emeraldly green drink named ‘Lost in the Forest’, overstated with mint and Indian basil (tulsi), every sip of which finds you hungrier. We proceeded into the deeply tasty artichoke spinach dip, the visually stunning very very veggie pizza, the medley of vegetables which had the white sauce subtlely shored up with saffron and cinammon and finally the farfalle in arabiatta sauce. The food is an intricate workmanship masterminding a carte du jour with flavour and subtleness. Am whetting your appetite 🙂
The company was wonderful with Siddharth, Sakshi and Shruti and we re-lived a lot of lost wonderful memories, palate full of Guru stories on a Sunday evening which was a perfect setting for recalling those graceful, loving moments, at Sartoria. One more beautiful day to be grate-full 😉