My first visit to Doppion Zero had been a disappointing one. I had initially planned to visit Koi (across the courtyard from Doppio Zero) but was shortly sidetracked by my fiancé to rather dine at Doppio.
Upon arrival, the waiters attended to us quite hastily however when asked to choose the seats that we would like to dine at, there had been confusion and uncertainty from them... This had been due to the fact that we chose a table that had a 'reserved' sign placed upon it, however the restaurant had been somewhat empty and was 45 minutes away from closing, so to us, this made no sense whatsoever. We ended up being seated at this table after I had explained the very obvious circumstances... Baffling as to why this was raised confusion with their staff in the first place.
The food: I had ordered a prawn ravioli as my starter which had been one of the most amazing starters I've ever had! Credit to the chef for that outstanding starter! I order a mushroom fillet as the main, which was highly disappointing. The sauce included red peppers which did not compliment the fillet nor the actual sauce and the serving if veggies on the side had an abysmal taste.
Overall a very bland experience which certainly nothing to rave about despite the very impressive starter. Dropping Zero is certainly not a place I'd like to return to anytime soon, certainly not at this location seeing as other restaurants such as 'Koi' and the 'The Grill House' are very nearby...
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