I've traveled far and wide, sampled different cuisines from the far east, middle east, eastern and western Europe and Latin American. I had heard a lot about this restaurant from TV shows and magazines. Therefore, I was looking forward to a good fine dining experience. I visited in Aug with my sister-in-law and her family.
Ambiance: well done interiors, however the seating was poor. The tables were too small and didnt have enough room for a comfortable seating.
Service: Not worth mentioning, the waiters were well dressed, inattentive.
Quality of Food: I would rate it below average.
Rotolo di mozzarella con carciofi e rucola con salsa di peperone
Antipasti misti (non veg)
The starters were a disaster with the mozzarella cheese being a tad old (it was sour).
The mix platter had cold cuts drizzled with too much of olive oil.
For the main course we:
Coscio di capretto con rosmarino e vino rosso
Fagottino di pasta “Phyllo” ripieno di carciofi e taleggio con fonduta di spinaci
Risotto con mela verde e salsiccie
Ravioli tondi con fonduta, salsa di funghi
Without exception, every single dish was poorly done.
The pasta was undercooked and the edges of the ravioli was sticking to the teeth (therefore, not al dente).
The plating of the dishes were done in a very shoddy manner. For example lamb shanks were served on a deep dish plate with the bones resting on the edges. Its difficult to describe how the risotto was plated - suffice to say that it was just ladled.
A complete let down, would not recommend.
If you own or manage Diva Restaurant, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.