Small venue with eclectic decor Food is good but serves on the small size Service pleasant and efficient
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Di Vino is an authentic Italian bistro which meets the traditional 'minimalist' ingredient of the Italian culture perfectly. I recommend a pasta dish for anyone who visits this Bistro.
Since first going to this wonderful little place four months ago, I have been back several times, with different friends and work colleagues. Each time has been fabulous. The friendly personal service and excellent Italian food and wine makes this a real CBD treasure. Keep...More
I was looking for a local hostelry in which to have a post-work drink with an old friend. We found Di Vino and had a drink. I noticed the menu and the wine list (small but appropriately Italian) and decided to return with the wonderful...More
An old friend and I went to Di Vino Bistro for lunch in early June. It is in a quiet cul-de-sac off Stanley Street. We sat outside on the sheltered deck and enjoyed the warm winter sun. We shared a small antipasto, then we each...More
Little restaurant in a business area. Few seats inside and outside, We definitely had a great dinner, we tried the pizza. antipasto to share and 2 (primi) risotto and gnocchi, lemoncello and grappa to conclude! What else?! I can definitely say that we haven't eaten...More
Meet friends here for special occasion this Italian food was really good. Odd time between late lunch and early dinner, we ordered Pizza only, three different Pizza, Margherita, Cappricciosa, Tirolese. Used thin bases these Pizza were really delicious. At the corner of parking building and...More
Being Italian from Rome, I love Italian food and I can be very critical. Well, this place is simply outstanding. Great food, great service, great atmosphere. Keep it going !
Great food; engaged staff and a real sense of Italian pride and passion Small intimate eating area. Good sized and delicious meals followed by a very tasty desert. Very warmly recommended. Note that it is hidden away in a out of CBD area (but close...More