Their food used to be very good. But they are going down. There are still some good things on the menu, but their pasta is not great anymore. Staff is the same and they are very nice and professional.
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Have visited La Dolce Vita many times over the years, it is a great local restaurant that consistently delivers time and time again. It serves all the expected Italian delights, some of my favourites are the bruschetta romana, mushroom pasta, tiramisu and the dolce vita...More
Had lunch in the restaurant during the week and although the place was jammed, the staff were super and couldn't do enough for us. I eat there the odd time and should do more as the food is always fresh and full of flavour. Well...More
I went there with a voucher so I wasn't expecting nothing but a nice dinner, nothing more. We had an early bird menu, with main and dessert, my boyfriend calzone was average but not more, my pasta were just..well, what you could have if you...More
This is a lovely restaurant, decor is cool. There is a large choice on the menus for both adults and kids. They have an offer on Sunday where 1 child eats free per 1 adult which is superb value.
At the end of the meal, we went up to pay the bill. The staff weren't busy and were chatting to themselves. We asked if we could pay individually. Even though they were doing nothing, they put up a fuss saying that they don't normally...More
We came here last Saturday for lunch. A party of four. Couldn’t believe the value on the lunch menu. Most dishes were under €10. €9.95 for most pasta dishes and pizzas. Fresh tasty pasta and the pizzas were great. Service was fantastic and our lunch...More