Il Caffe di Napoli restaurant
41 Westland Row, City Centre South
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|Mon||7:00am - 9:30pm|
|Tue||7:00am - 9:30pm|
|Wed||7:00am - 9:30pm|
|Thu||7:00am - 9:30pm|
|Fri||7:00am - 9:30pm|
|Sat||9:00am - 9:30pm|
|Sun||10:00am - 5:30pm|
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Cafe, Casual Dining, Delicatessen, Italian, Italian, Pizzeria
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Reviewed 24th November 2013
nice restaurant great service, lovely touch at the beginning when we got some bread and olive nibbles at no charge
Reviewed 13th November 2013
Enjoyed a very nice lunch here with 2 work colleagues. The restaraunt was quite busy but has plenty of room with additional seating down stairs. layout is nice and service was good. 2 of us had pizzas which were well made and the other the special lasagne which was enjoyed also. Some complementary olives and pesto pizza slices before hand was a nice touch also. Decent value and would recommend.
Reviewed 20th September 2013
I organised a girls night out with dinner and Il caffe di napoli was just great. The atmosphere in the place was excellent. The antipasti was excellent and the calzone was amazing..
Reviewed 07th August 2013
3 of us went her for lunch, had tuna salad which we had had many times before, it was nothing like it used to be, it was dry and old, seemed to have come straight out of a fridge where it had been sitting for the bank holiday weekend. it was unedible. when we complained saying it was too cold to be fresh the waitress said salads are meant to be cold instead of saying sorry for the poor food. We also had pasta with a sage butter sauce which was good and the chicken special which was good. The 2 waitresses were not very friendly or accommodating unfortunately, it was very off putting. We have been there many times before where the staff and food have been excellent but on this visit both were poor.
Reviewed 13th April 2013
Staff member exteremely rude to me. Service shoddy. Overpriced.
Reviewed 16th September 2012
We discovered this place by accident on our way home. Basically just because it was the last restaurant before Pearse station. It didn't look too impressive from the outside, and we didn't expect that there was a quite lovely restaurant downstairs. The interior with the open kitchen brought a very homely feel to it. A quite pleasant surrounding overall. Service was very friendly and attentive adding to the good atmosphere. Although we were just looking for a snack we both went for a Pasta main and a side salad. The gnocchi with butter & sage were delightful and you can't go wrong with spaghetti in olive oil, garlic & chilli. Overall the food was very well executed and truly enjoyable. We'll definable be back to try some of the other dishes on offer.
Reviewed 07th March 2012
Was waiting on a delayed steam train on Saturday last so I took my mother in for a coffee. Had we not have been delayed we would have gone for lunch later in the day. Despite the eatery being crowded oweing to the delay staff coped extremely well and were smiling throughout. I had a scone and a juice whilst my mother had a croissant and an americano. The place was buzzing whilst we were there. The food was very good value for money. The downstairs dining room looked very nice and I will return to try it.
Reviewed 16th August 2011
Working 2 minutes from this cafe/restaurant means I sometimes come here for a pick-me-up coffee or an extra nice lunch on pay day. I've yet to sit in and eat though. I usually go for a pasta to take out. Always satisfactory. Nice for a wee treat from the usual sandwich from home.
Reviewed 27th June 2011
I came here for lunch with a friend, pretty decor but not a huge amount of atmosphere. My friend got a pizza which was nice I got the gnocchi which was very oily and not that enjoyable which resulted in me leaving most of it. The small garlic breads at the start is a nice touch but overall very expensive for a lunch menu. Not too enthusiastic about returning.
Reviewed 19th June 2011
Have not had good experiences here. The first time the restaurant was very busy and I found the service staff unhelpful. We ordered wine which was warm and I asked for a wine cooler which I was informed sharply that it was coming. I had not received it 15 minutes later and had to ask again. Food was very slow coming and when it arrived it was certainly not worth the wait. We were given garlic bread to eat as the food was taking so long which was cold and soggy when brought to our table. My main the salmon was oily and tasteless. I attended again on a second day for lunch and had pizza which was mediocre at best and again the service was very slow coming. The atmosphere in the place is lacking and it appears they are trying to hard to appear like an authentic Italian.