What it says about itself: Master chef Dario Dezio brings home-style Sicilian and Italian cuisine to Mumbai in Corleone, a striking restaurant overlooking the Arabian Sea. The finest cheeses and meats flown in regularly from Italy and Sicily are combined with herbs from our own garden to create pastas, risottos, gourmet entrées and hand-tossed pizzas and calzones. There’s also a nice selection of antipasti, soups, salads, entrées and pastas for guests who prefer vegetarian fare.
Average Spend for 2: Rs. 1500 and above
Serve Alcohol: Yes
Offers and Discounts: Midnight Buffet @ 550+taxes
What we thought of it: This first floor restaurant in the Intercontinental is home to some very authentic and truly flavoursome Italian Food. Corleone gets almost everything right, from the delicately chosen interiors, to the well mannered, courteous staff, to the view of the sea each add to the wonderful dining experience here.
A simple menu and a passionate chef make for a great combination as far as satisfied customers go. Corleone plays host to a well chosen range of Primari and Antipasti. Soups are a tad too thick but still manage to tickle the tastebuds. Corleone is best known for its range in pizzas including some whole wheat pizzas and pastas for the diet conscious. The pastas and risottos were well made, especially the Fungi Porccini. Main needed some working on though. But they have a great choice for veggies and that's definately a plus point.