I keep hearing about Toscano having small portions. Well, this has never been my own feeling about the place, because I, for one, am quite happy to leave a place not feeling bloated. But I would also argue that the whole concept is to spread your meal out over 3 courses. You do not expect to go to Sunny's and only pay 3-400, you would be hungry leaving there as well if you did that. Sure, you can eat next door and Rajdhani and pack in enough rice for a Chinese family of 6 if you want (and it is apparently awesome) but that is a different experience)
Now that said, I have some bigger eater friends who want to throw down when at a restaurant. What we have done in the past (and I have been to Toscano over a dozen times) is order a pizza with the appetizer. These are so reasonably priced and will provide that weight to the belly some feel they need as they pull themselves off of the seat.
The rest has been pointed out in other reviews: you will feel you are eating a piece of art from a canvas. Jean-Michel (owner) also has such an eye for detail on everything that he has picked out for the place. Everything from the dishes, to the color schemes is impeccably tasteful. I have not had a dish here that I have not liked, so it is hard to pick a favorite, but I generally like to see what is on the chalk board for the day, as it surprises me with something different.
I love that one can eat here outside, not pay a bomb, and have a wonderful consistent (that is a rarity in Bangalore) meal. Also like that they are shaking up the menu every few months, especially for as often as I go!