Thali from Italy
Dario’s at Amanora Town Centre has introduced a variety of fresh and crisp non-vegetarian dishes to their Italian menu. Dario Dezio, chef and owner of Dario’s said, “I wanted to be a pioneer of Italian cuisine and hence I stared an Italian thali which is called Thalitalia.”
Dario’s offers a mix of delicious food, art and beautiful surroundings. Complementing the food is a wide selection of imported and domestic wines and liquors to further transport you to the Mediterranean.
Dario’s at Hadapsar, A non-veg thali
The inspiration behind the ambience of Dario’s is largely Art Deco, an eclectic artistic and design style which blossomed in Paris in the 1920s and flourished throughout the world during the 1930s.
Italians, in general, are known to have a sense of style, a passion for food and the good life. From the furniture to the colour theme which consists of cool blues, deep warm purple, black and white, there is attention to the small details.
Their Thali include a whole range of dishes including starters, soups, salads, pastas, pizzas and desserts. The food is unlimited. The vegetarian Italian Thali is for `500 and non-vegetarian is for Rs 650.