Monday, June 23, 2014

Cafe Infinito - A Mediterranean experience !

Eat, Drink, Dance, Repeat is the concept of Cafe Infinito, a Mediterranean restaurant where I had been last week. I was impressed by the simple elegant decor and seating arrangements. There was a small bar and a live pizza counter.

We got to see how the the pizza was made, right from scratch which my son enjoyed a lot.The cuisine is primarily Cafe-ish with influences from Italy and Med but not limited to it. This forms the major inspiration to create an offering that exists from breakfast to desserts and drinks for a post dinner offering. One can hop in anytime of the day for a quick bite of a crostini or attend out-of-office meetings devouring varieties of small eats and salads; work on creative projects on work table or indulge in home preparations of pastas, wood-fired pizzas, healthy sandwiches, burgers and wraps.
We were served with assorted bread basket which was fresh from oven along with some condiments.
 Their Vegetarian Pizzas have signature smoked cherry tomato sauce & house salad
Greek pizza‐ crumbled feta, pitted olives, red onions, sun dried tomatoes & torn basil,
Garniture pizza ‐ seasoned potatoes , fresh thyme, sizzling brie & sour cream,
Margarita pizza ‐ mozzarella, plum tomato sauce with torn basil,
Been to Mexico pizza ‐ salsa , re fried beans, jalapeno, cilantro & sun dried tomato (this was served to us) are some of their specialty.

These days I am much into salads so loved the Arugula, goat cheese crumbs, red wine poached pear & balsamic fresh salad. to my surprise the menu had veg-pastas, Penne with smoked cherry tomato sauce & broccoli florets and Spinach & ricotta ravioli in porcini cream sauce kept me asking for more.
Oven cooked spinach & ricotta cannelloni with pine nuts was nice and creamy.
I loved the wide chioce for kids. There are huge burgers with Soya, barley & crack wheat, with onion tomato relish & harissa mayo and many variety of milk shakes.
We were so full but could not resist the desserts even veg options!
Bakewell tart, Classic crème brûlée and Tiramisu were some to pick from! You can see what a feast it was :)
Address:Cafe Infinito Level 1, Inorbit Mall, EPIP area, Whitefield, Bengaluru.

All were reasonably priced and it is a nice place for a simple weekend brunch with family or friends!

1 comment:

Ema Trinidad said...

This looks really yummy, Sharmi. I am now craving for my comfort food after seeing this again today.