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Lounge Review | Otto Infinito, Mumbai

Lounge Review | Otto Infinito, Mumbai

Mediterranean restaurant Otto Infinito, which opened on Monday at the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), is an all-day eatery that attempts to combine daytime quick meals with fine dining in the evening. Run by KA Hospitality Pvt. Ltd, the group which has Hakkasan in Bandra and Yauatcha just above Otto Infinito, the latter is unpretentious, competitively priced, but not necessarily memorable.

The good stuff

It can seat 172 people (including an outdoor section) in a 6,600 sq. ft space. The indoor section appears bare because of the absence of any artwork on its large, grey walls.

The two stand-out offerings were the Quattro Stagioni pizza (Rs 395), loaded with ham, mushroom and chicken, a good choice for a quick meal and the grilled chicken (Rs 450) on a bed of spaghetti in tomato sauce, which was a pleasant surprise.

The service, new and nervous, is excellent. There is a grab-and-go selection for people in a hurry.

The not-so-good

The Maghrebi Assorted Platter (Rs 350 for vegetarian, 395 for non-vegetarian) with sambousek, falafel, chicken, lamb kofte was barely adequate and the harissa dip was unpalatable. The hummus, moutabel, roasted tomato that come with the Mezze Dip (Rs 295) were no different from what’s part of any decent house party.

Talk plastic

Lunch for one, with a drink, starter, main course and dessert, should come to around 1,000.

Otto Infinito, Raheja Tower, Block G, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai. For details, call 26567777.

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