Pune: Alto Vino- the authentic Italian restaurant at JW Marriott Hotel Pune is bringing to us an array of succulent grilled delicacies with its “Italian Grills Festival” from Friday 18th September to Sunday 27th September 2015. The festival is open for dinner from 7:30pm onwards.
The Italian grilled preparation is a simple method to cook meat. Preserving the flavors and eating just simply the product. Adding lemon or olive oil to meats is the perfect way to season the dish. It is a healthy option on how to eat food the plain and simple way. Known as a family gathering event this popular way of cooking in Italy has long spread in the best restaurants and worldwide. Usually served on the side will be salads or breads or simply grilled vegetables with olives.
The Italian Grills will bring to its patrons juicy variety of grilled preparations complimented by a choice of different sauces and varieties of sidings offered. Alto Vino is popular amongst the connoisseurs of wine due to its finest collection of wines, where customers will get to pair the wines with their favorite dishes only to the add to the enjoyment of dining here. Starters like Prosciutto di parma, Focaccia al rosmarino , Carne like Costine di molale, Poletto alla birra and Pesce like Salmone scozzese, Spigola Chilena will be seen on the menu list.
The Festival will offer an A la Carte menu designed by the Italian Expat Chef Christian Huber. Some of the signature dishes are Aragosta, Salmone, felleto di bufala, to name a few.
So, head to Alto Vino at JW Marriott Hotel Pune to relish on some authentic Italian grills.
For reservations, please call: 91.20.66833333
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