Hey mumble, mumble when eating Italiano. Doppio Zero food is so good that you shouldn’t be surprised when your conversations go something like this, ‘hurromph gollomp harremph’. Then again it’s bad manners to speak with your mouth full, but who can deny that Doppio Zero’s nourishment is a party for your palate and that you’ll want to share the joy. Gather your amici’s and famiglia and enjoy some fine dining at Doppio Zero, with a starter, main and two glasses of wine for R140. Godetevi (enjoy).
As an authentic Mediterranean restaurant and bakery, Doppio brings you the best food south of Napoli. Their ethos toward food and how it’s prepared is nothing shy of magnificent. The textures, colours, tastes and presentation of their dishes overloads the senses with delicious meals of yumminess.
Your eyes will do the two-step while your taste-buds do backflips. The Minestrone soup is heaped with delectable vegetables, eat them and make your mother proud. Then try the Spezzatino di Manzo, which is slow-cooked beef stew with baby onions, button mushrooms, tomato and wine served on mash or rice. Somehow tonight’s home-cooked meal just doesn’t hold the same appeal. This Groupon was made to educate your palate on mucho grande food so learn fast.
Order the Doppio Bolognaise and enjoy Bolognaise the way it should be made and not without the tomato, carrots and, in some cases, meat. Or, should you require something of a rounder nature and you’re not in the mood for pasta, take a look round the pizza menu. These are carousels of scrumptiousness, with fillings the likes of creamy Gorgonzola, Pine nuts, Salami, Cajun Chicken and other Doppio Wonderland goodies.
Wash the scrumptious food down with two glasses of good wine and your palate would have had all the education it needs on good Italian food and wine.Italiano food fact: People of Poland don't eat pizza. Instead they eat what they call "Poloniski" which is rice on a a large flat bread covered with a thick chutney sauce. One producer of the loved dish is submitting the dish to the governement to pass it as the national dish by the end of the year. There's even talk of the possibility of it going on the flag.