|Address:||C 56, G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai|
|Telephone:||+91 22 6672 7640-41|
Botticino, the Italian specialty restaurant, serves traditional Italian cuisine with a contemporary flair. The menu includes specialties from Piedmont, Lombardy, Emilia Romagna, Tuscany and Lazio. These areas are best known for porcini mushrooms, risotto, cured ham, pancetta, polenta and a variety of seafood.
The enoteca includes over 120 wine labels from all over the world, allowing for perfect wine and food pairing. The restaurant also features a display of fine grappa in beautifully designed Venetian hand blown glass bottles.
The ambience of the restaurant is one of contemporary and refined simplicity with an extensive use of beige botticino Italian marble, gentle cove lighting and furnishings in pastel shades of lavender and cream - offering a perfect setting for fine dining.
Chef Sushil is an aspirant of excellence, a stickler for detail and a talented photographer. Always creating something new in is kitchen, his vibrancy is not just inspiring but highly contagious. Chef Sushil has years of experience in Italian cuisine and has gone beyond boundaries with his expertise.
Having completed his hotel management degree from I.H.M Goa, focused and energetic Chef Sushil’s debut was with The Oberoi Wildflower Hall, Shimla where he mastered the art and took on to the position of a CDP. He then completed his training as a chef from the OCLD, Oberoi Center of Learning and Development graduating as a gold medalist from the institute.
His experience and intense education took him across borders from the bustling city of Mumbai where he was Kitchen Executive at The Oberoi, Nariman Point to the business and cultural hub of the Middle East, The Oberoi, Dubai, where he assisted in setting up the kitchen base and kick started their operations.
Plating exorbitantly Italy’s finest cuisine here in the new business hub of North Mumbai is where Chef Sushil’s culinary has taken abode. "There's nothing more romantic than Italian food."And what better then to experience an Italian delight at Botticino which is now headed by Chef Sushil.