They have Lebanese, Moroccan and Italian cuisine (The options in the Lebanese and Moroccan are a little limited though). Their real USP is the wood fire pizzas. There are such few places in Bangalore that serve these and the ones here are pretty darn good. In the vegetarian section, we tried the Pizzeria Romano Special which consisted of onion, capsicum, mushroom, tomatoes, black olives, red peppers and cheese (oodles of it:) ). The pizza was incredibly good. The veggies were fresh, the different flavours blended together perfectly and they didnt overdo the cheese. Tuhi and Pooje ordered the hot basil chicken pizza. Tuhi claims that it was a happy marriage of cheese, chicken and mushroom. The best bit about it was the crust. It was light and smoky, unlike the sitcky-flour crusts that Dominos and gang produce.
While their speciality is pizza, our favourite dish that day was the creamy chicken pasta. A slice of baked chicken sauted in fresh cream, butter and garlic. The sauce was simply divine. It struck the right balance between cheese, garlic and cream. I can't say much more about it cause the adjectives perfect, divine and heavenly seem to be coming up a LOT. If you go here, I definitely suggest that you try this (or it's vegetarian equivalent).
We had the samboosak (lebanese starter) which was a fried wanton type thing with cream cheese in it. The taste was good but the quantity was very small. Just four small pieces :(.I had the tiramisu for dessert and its amongst the best I've had in recent times. Rich coffee and chocolate layers in a beautiful spongy cake. Mmmmmm. They also have a nice wine selection.
That said, I must warn you that the place is a little pricey (At least for non-earning students like me, who are freeloading off Daddy's money). The Pizza is priced between 385 and 400 rs. The pasta was Rs. 240 and the tiramisu Rs.120. A meal for two will easily cost upwards of Rs.1000.