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Italian Restaurants in Dumfries

 Feast on culinary classics at Italian restaurants in Dumfries

The food from Italy is amongst the most popular and loved in the World. Thankfully, Dumfries is home to more than its fair share of incredible eateries — many of which serve all your favourites. Whether you’re searching for a creamy carbonara or a powerful polpette, there are Italian restaurants in Dumfries that are creating much-loved dishes with skill and love. Whether you’re in the centre of town or nearer the border with England, this wonderful part of Scotland has a great deal to offer when it comes to food from Italy.

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Primo Piano

Primo Piano

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.5/62
La Dolce Vita

La Dolce Vita

Whitesands
Italian££££
5.3/63
Qua Italian Restaurant

Qua Italian Restaurant

City Centre
Italian££££
5.6/6416
Trattoria Guidi

Trattoria Guidi

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.2/6216
Verona

Verona

City Centre
Italian££££
5.4/6118
Sorrento Restaurant

Sorrento Restaurant

West End
Italian££££
4.8/676
The Italian @ Redstones

The Italian @ Redstones

Uddingston
Italian££££
5.1/632
Franco's Restaurant

Franco's Restaurant

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.2/644
Tarantino Restaurant

Tarantino Restaurant

Charing Cross Station
Italian££££
5.6/667
Amalfi - Glasgow

Amalfi - Glasgow

City Centre
Italian££££
5.3/656
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    Be adventurous with your menu choices at Italian restaurants in Dumfries

    Let’s face it, most people have tried classics such as spaghetti bolognese and penne arrabiata at least once in their lives. Dumfries has Italian restaurants that allow you to be more adventurous with your menu choices, so you can broaden your culinary horizons with confidence. For example, keep an eye out for bigoli, which is thicker than spaghetti and made with buckwheat and duck eggs. If you love vegetable-filled stews, you have to give ribollita a try, which is packed with chunky vegetables and served with bread. And if you’re a fan of seafood, there’s no better dish from Italy than cacciucco, which is a spicy combination of fish, shellfish and rich tomato broth. The Italian restaurants in Dumfries deliver authentic flavours and aromas that will transport you to Italy in an instant.
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    Celebrate in style at Italian restaurants in Dumfries

    Throwing a great party isn’t just about planning; it’s also about finding the perfect venue. Fortunately, Dumfries has Italian restaurants that can cater for most types of celebration. A great place for a family celebration is La Dolce Vita, thanks to its laid-back atmosphere, children’s menu and large dining areas. For a more romantic party, book a table at Casa Mia on Nunholm Road, which is as elegant as it is sophisticated. But if you’re looking for a venue for a lively, adults-only party, there’s no better place than Neuro’s Bar, Restaurant and Spa on Bankend Road. This lively location always delivers a party atmosphere, and it has a cocktail bar packed to the rafters with original recipes. Whatever you’re celebrating, Dumfries is home to Italian restaurants that can put on a fantastic party.
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    Reserve tables at Italian restaurants in Dumfries in an instant

    Tables at eateries in this part of southern Scotland are always at a premium, so it’s best to book in advance — otherwise you run the risk of missing out altogether. Fortunately, you don’t need to trawl the Internet for reviews, menus, directions and contact details. Everything you need to book tables at Italian restaurants in Dumfries is included in the Quandoo restaurant app. With a simple touch of a button, you can reserve your table in seconds, leaving you free to plan your dining experience.