We came here to enjoy a bit of Italian. It was good to find out that the restaurant is completely vegetarian. The ambiance is quite nice. More cozy, than spacious. More formal, than relaxed. We ordered the insalata Gennarino: american lettuce, capsicum slices, sliced green olives, and capers. The salad was just huge, and could easily have served four people. So we loved the portion size. American lettuce (foxy) must be crisp and sweet. This lettuce was soggy and limp. There was too much dressing (a light Italian), and a disproportionate amount of capers. I'm talking about maybe a hundred capers. hahaha! It was a satisfactory salad. But there was nothing gourmet or special about it. She ordered the simple pizza Goa: capsicum, and corn added as a favor. They make a brick oven type, thin sliced, and fairly dry pizza. It is a 12" or 13" pizza. Good enough for a 10 yo girl (and her dad! buahahaha!). They add some other cheese beyond the mozzarella and a salty pecorino. It gives it a smoky flavor. It was delicious. The last dish was the special enchilada... ermmm... because nothing goes better with Italian than a bit of... umm Mexican. :0P It was fine: too much tomato sauce, mildly spicy, a bit of cheese, and a taste that was Mexican enough although the ingredients could not be distinguished one from the other. Overall, the experience was pleasant. but forgettable. We will be back because it is good to see such a large menu of vegetarian Italian food. Your meal here will be good enough, but it might not be spectacular. And it should be around Rs 1,000 per person. Enjoy!