It’s Greek for me!

To make a morsel enter my mouth, the texture, the flavour, the aroma, the colour, are all put through an acid test. Call me what you like, but believe me you, I have been like this all my life. As a kid, I would go to the kitchen and inspect mom-made food to see if the four of these are okay. If not, I would declare ‘I am not hungry’. Of course at that point in time I never knew I would grow up to be in love with food.
Later, a lot of additions were made to this list (which are often written about at DFZ).
I once opined that food courts at shopping malls can never serve good food, and hence should not be even thought about unless you are dying of hunger and cannot drag yourself to a good restaurant nearby, or far away for that matter. Little did I know that I would soon trounce my own opinion (proudly so), and throw it down the tallest tower. Ha!
Wow! I am finally talking (read writing) about Wow Italia, the one place whose mention can make my stomach growl and howl. This place has left me awed for quite some time now; this is the place I would love to visit again and again and yet again. They do, inarguably, the best Greek Pizza in or around town.
Stationed in the food court of The Metropolitan Mall in Gurgaon, for money the size of the smallest black mustard seed (‘maybe’ I am exaggerating), Wow Italia serves me their chef-d’oeuvre Greek Pizza topped with Fresh Garlic, Feta cheese (my favourite), Black Olives, Parsley and Green Beans. If I die and go to heaven when I have Costa Hot Choc, after having this Greek Pizza, I enter a state of blissful trance.

Wow Italia also hold the distinction of being the first eatery to own a heartfelt personal note hand-written for them by Reeta Skeeter on a circular sheet of paper which comes beneath the Pizza on the Pizza tray. πŸ˜€

Also, I would recommend their Pasta (Spaghetti is the best bet) with Dansih Gorgonzola. This pasta is falvoured with Rosemary and topped with Capers, Black olives and Parsley. Yum!
Do visit. You will NOT regret.

0 thoughts on “It’s Greek for me!”

  1. AlterinG Abhishek: Haan jana to padega πŸ˜€
    woody: πŸ™‚ Tastes great too!
    ~ ΰ₯ ~ : πŸ™‚ Thankoo
    Rohit Jain (felon): Must visit.
    j: Believe me it is not as complicated as you make it sound like πŸ˜›

  2. Though Greek Pizza is still Greek to me…cant quite recall if I had any anywhere..I am a big big big fan of Italian food! Next time I am in Delhi..I am surely gonna try this one!
    Btw Skeets…if the pizza is made in India with Amul cheese does it become an Indian Pizza??? πŸ˜€

  3. gonecase: Socho mat. Jao πŸ˜›
    Nuts: aaja re ab..tere bina jiya na jaye…khaya piya bhi na jaye πŸ˜›
    juhi: hmm aaja tu bhi aaja chalenge πŸ™‚ Yo good question..will get back to you on that one re πŸ™‚

  4. dont know abt this place and will surely try it…….but woodsmoke and me can surely vouch for Italic at the same mall which has original outlet at VV and another one at Def col flyover next to flavours……..i am sure u wud have checked italic………

    i am of same opinion that food courts (not counting famous restaurant branches like italic) can never serve good stuff and i will stick to it ……….

    another good place in MGF is rajdhani…….try it out…..

    btw coming to greek pizza…….have u tried them at “its greek to me” at SDA and odyessia at CP ?
    both are very goood places to try out greek food

  5. ~ deeps ~: I have been eyeing Italic and Flavour both… they are up next πŸ˜€ have you tried Diva?
    I’ve been to Rajdhani at CP and did not like it at all.
    It’s Greek to me is also on the cards πŸ˜€
    Kalyan: πŸ˜€ do That!
    Kulpreet: yes they do!
    KP: πŸ˜€
    bird’s eye view: yes you must!
    deepigoyal: Thanks and yeah nice effort that!

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