Travel + Leisure - India & South Asia



Perbacco, The Lodhi, New Delhi

Perbacco takes an inventive approach to contempora­ry Italian dining. The restaurant’s menu curated by Master Chef Adriano Baldassarr­e features traditiona­l Italian dishes with a modern twist. It has everything from ravioli, tortelli, risotto, and pasta to pizza with generous helpings of mozzarella. If the elegant menu doesn’t reel you in, the wine cellar with over 100 labels straight from the vineyards of Italy will. Don’t miss out on the rich tiramisu, or, if you prefer something tangy, try delizie al limone, Italian sponge cakes filled with lemon cream and covered in a lemon and whipped cream glaze.

Sorrento, Shangri-La Eros New Delhi

Named after a coastal town in the southwest region of Italy, Sorrento has an innovative approach to Neapolitan cooking. Start your meal with a selection of Italian cheeses, including parmesan that has been aged for 24 months. The sharing plates here are perfect for large groups; there is a section for rustic specialiti­es like whole roasted chicken and lamb shanks braised for 24 hours. The artisanal pasta and Neapolitan pizza are also popular choices. You can top these off with sorbetto from the Sicilian coast or the in-house gelato.

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