And then we got down to the ordering. Junior wanted some starch and that's why we got the potato wedges. Herbed, spiced and roasted, these were pleasant with the two dips that came along. Junior had a bite and then went on a trip of her own and left us to finish it off.
We decided to give the wood fire pizzas a shot and settled for the Lamb pizza with onions, tomatoes and mushrooms and peppers as add-ons. Always make sure you ask what the basic pizza comes with so that you don't repeat your add-ons. The pizza came in soon enough, well loaded and more than enough for two of us. It was still oven-hot and took a few huffs and puffs to get it cool enough to bite into. I liked that the pizza was loaded just enough and that they were not stingy with the lamb like most pizza chains tend to be. We thought if we had the space we would order another main course dish and share it... yeah well that did not happen.
But there is always space for dessert and we had the white chocolate mousse with lemon sauce. This was the one that sounded quite different the usual fare of cheesecakes and so one of it was asked for. Personally am not a white chocolate mousse, give me the good old brow version any day, but with this one, I felt the chocolate was not too milky as some of these tend to be. And the lemon sauce it what made it come together well. And nice way to round off.
I loved this new entry into the Bangalore Restaurants scene. The service is quite personal and friendly, though their mettle will be tested on a full house day. The fact that they make the effort to customize some food for us is a definite plus point. The unisex loo is clean. This meal came to Rs 1600 and is good for a weekend splurge. They do have a wine list as well.
Cuisine: Wood fire pizzas, pasta, grills
Wallet factor: Rs 1500 for two