Divino Enoteca

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Divino Enoteca, 5 Merchant Street, Edinburgh EH1 2QD

PRICE RANGE: around £50 for dinner for two, with a glass of house wine each

Descend into Divino Enoteca, a uniquely romantic Italian paradise in the heart of Edinburgh’s Cowgate. Boasting a vast selection of wines and a menu featuring authentic yet modernised classic Italian dishes, we were extremely excited to give it a try. Andrea, our charming waiter, recommended the Trebbiano Spoletino D.O.C 2013, a deliciously crisp medium white that perfectly complements our sumptuous meal. I go for the chef’s special ravioli, a melt-in-your-mouth swordfish-filled homemade pasta that definitely beats my partner’s delicious speck with mozzarella served on a bed of foccacia. Mains, a sumptuous Scottish crab and asparagus risotto and the chef’s special –juicy pork belly served on a bed of cabbage with new potatoes- don’t fail to disappoint and perfectly honour Italian flavours. We top off the meal with tiramisu and white chocolate tart, a sweet ending to a perfect evening.

By Lidia Molina Whyte

www.vittoriagroup.co.uk/divinoenoteca/

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