Slices from Europe

This eat-out spreads the taste of a unique cuisine

The spread at Casa Piccola.  dh photo by shivakumar B H

When asked how the journey has been so far, Bhushan Oberoi, the Managing Director of the restaurant, says, “It has been a marathon race for us. We were one of the first people to start the open dinning concept and I still recollect introducing pizzas to some of our customers back then. Everyday has been special and so will be this day.”  Till today, the place has not found the necessity to change the menu nor have they compromised on the quality of the food, ambience or value for money.

“Our tagline We Care stands for all these things. We want to give our customers the very best,” explains Bhushan. Of late, they have added few dishes under the ‘Tapas’ and ‘Chinese’ category, “Though they are not our stronger points we have included them on the request of the customer,” he adds. Head to any of the Casa Piccolas in the City and one can indulge in an array of classic and still popular items like the varieties of vegetarian and non-vegetarian Pastas, Fish and Chips, Hungarian Gulyas (a meat soup), steaks, Chicken Pot Pie and the sinful Crepes, which the staff fondly call European Dosas.  

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