Wednesday, October 7, 2009

BM Review: Pizzeria Romano

Last Saturday, over the long weekend, I visited Pizzeria Romano (the place I'd visited a week before with P and VP) to review the place for Bangalore Mirror. The review can be read here. My guests for the review were Ruth D'Souza Prabhu, husband Sudhakar Prabhu., and their almost-3 year old daughter Anoushka. Ruth, apart from free lancing as a journalist now, also runs a blog about places to eat in Bangalore, and is one of a very few who actually blogs about restaurants in Bangalore. Sudhakar is a 3-D graphics visualiser at an architecture firm. He's also a drummer with two bands, Bourbon Street and Quasar, formed during his college days in Manipal.

Nice & Naughty (Litchi based drink)


Splendido (Green apple based drink)

Garlic bread with cheese

The story behind the Margherita pizza is pretty interesting. In 1899, Queen Marghereta visited Naples to escape the dreaded plague, and Chef Rafaelle Esposito created a pizza for the queen with tomatoes (red), Mozzarella (white), and basil (green), the colours of the Italian flag. The queen loved the pizza, and the chef named it after her, and the rest, as they say, is history.


Shitake mushroom pizza

Veggie Supreme

Spaghetti Arrabiatta, ordered for Anoushka, who wanted to eat 'noodles'. It turned out to be a little spicier than what an Arrabiatta should be - a case of being a little too liberal with the chilly flakes.

Spaghetti Arrabiatta

Wood fire Pizzeria Romano special

Chocolate Mousse

Banana dessert pizza

Portuguese rice pudding

Pizzeria Romano, #55, 5th Cross, 6th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore. Phone: 25525104


MEGalomaniac said...

Looks interesting, going to check this place out tonight myself. Would be nice to know what the prices are like and what you thought since that has'nt been covered.

MEGalomaniac said...

This place looks good. Love woodfire pizza so can't wait to check it out. Wish you had some info on prices and there was something about what you thought....


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