The youth in Vizag now have something amazing to look forward to over the weekends, ever since Rosso stepped in painting the town red.The ambience and decor has been designed well, at par with the international standards. However, the seating arrangement is a little weird, huge couches that take up a lot of space and you may have to share your couch with other party people (whom you may not know and like). If you’re okay with that, then cool! But there’s ample space to walk around, you won’t have to squeeze between people to get to the other side. The no smoking ban made sitting at Rosso on a packed Saturday night, very comfortable.
The food is fantastic at Rosso, one of the best we’ve had in Vizag. The Stuffed Kalmi Kebabs were out of the world. The roasted chicken legs are stuffed with mince meat, yum! Mushroom Salt and Pepper was brilliant and so were the Taipei Crispy Chicken. But in all this, Stuffed Kalmi Kebabs and Mushroom Salt and Pepper top the chart.
That night DJ Sanjay from Hyderabad churned out some really good foot tapping music, both International and Bollywood latest hits. He knew his craft well, as he was able to do blend the music to everyone’s liking. He gauged the mood of the crowd and played music that kept the party people dancing and asking for more.
There’s a neat dance floor next to the bar’ so there’s ample place for you to dance. The crowd here, well, a big relief from what we had seen at Chrome. No teeny boppers here, especially the wannabe kinds. Here are kids from the local BPO, college goers, young couples and Hyderabadis who come down to Vizag for a weekend.
The food is slightly expensive here, and the quantity not too much, though the quality of the food makes up for the cost. Overall, this is a good place to drop by for drinks and dinner. However, order your snacks in advance as the kitchen closes by 11:00 pm. That’s not supposed to happen, considering its a pub/ discotheque.
Visakhapatnam – 3
Worth a visit – Yes! [scg_html_carrot]