Type of Cuisine Italian
Price Range £££££
The Ristorante Sellini – a place where Rome meets Bombay. Sounds strange but it isn't. The chef is the most Italian of Indians - and it is not without reason that the regulars call him Antonio. Antonio comes up with traditional Mediterranean dishes, which are light and easy and put you into a holiday mood. The décor is chic – with white table linen, filigree seating - and the antique and trimmed wall paintings give the place a rustic look. The waiters and waitresses are fantastic and they don't like keeping their customers waiting. Multo bene!