In the wake of the recent judgement passed by the Supreme Court of India, regarding the restaurants serving alcohol within 500 metres of the highway, we'd suggest that you call the restaurants to ensure whether they serve alcohol before you visit. Thank you.
Due to the roll out of GST from 1st July 2017, prices as listed in the menu at restaurants may be subject to change. We request you to check with the restaurant for any change before dining out or ordering in.
I should share this. Every time I go to Fire & Ice to dine, it is always a different experience. Sometimes its good. Sometimes its bad. Only once I completely lost it and made it a point to fill in the feedback form. We ordered for pasta in alfunghi sauce. The sauce was delicious. But the pasta was not cooked properly. I informed our waiter. To that he said, "It is supposed to be like that". I asked him to taste it and tell me if it was really supposed to be like that. He didn't bother doing anything about it. Then came the pizza. It was a vegetarian pizza with different bell peppers as one of the toppings. And I had clearly asked for NO TOMATOES on the pizza. The bell pepper toppings were not crispy. They tasted like boiled peppers. The red one tasted like tomato. I was very disappointed. Pizza is something I don't compromise for. If it's not good. I'm never returning.
I've been here a few times. I would say the price is a little over "moderate". Its a nice place to go with families and girl/boyfriends but I don't see this as being a student hangout as such. The food is good, particularly their pasta. I would start with a glass of white wine with bread or the pasta salad with olives and tomatoes.They also make nice crepes with chocolate for dessert. Its very different from the Park Street old world eateries, but don't be put off by the red light flashing their name over the door.