Dimora Glasgow celebrates Italian cuisine in all the right ways. Specialising in traditional and delicious food hailing from the Campania region in Italy, you’ll find truly exceptional Neapolitan dishes on offer here, made with produce sourced from both Italy and Scotland. Serving up rustic Italian dishes in a stylish setting, located inside a 19th century sandstone villa on Ayr Road, Dimora is a favourite among the Italophiles of Newton Mearns. Expect to find plenty of antipasti dishes – like the mussels cooked in white wine, chilli and garlic – as well as freshly made pastas, meat and seafood options and stone-baked pizzas as well. Keep a close eye out for the prosciutto pizza topped with Parma ham, rocket and parmesan shavings – it’s a favourite. Dimora is an Italian restaurant in Glasgow with a whole lot of heart, so do yourself a favour and book a table now!
Excellent service, food and ambience. Great prices in lunch menu. Very family friendly. Only tip is to get more kids colouring items to keep the wee ones happy!
We had a lovely meal. Food was good and staff very friendly. Atmosphere was good and you could hear yourself talk which was great. Usually places are too noisy. Definitely be back.
MY compansion and I were very impressed by all aspects of the place. The food and service were excellent .Will be back in the near future.
Very comfortable, I was there with my husband and daughter for lunch. The service was very good and the food was excellent. For my starter I had calamari which was the best I have ever tasted, it was so tender and tasty. We will definitely be back.
Waited about 20 minutes to be seated after making a reservation. Good atmosphere and plenty of wait staff who were friendly. Menu was excellent and had plenty of favourites without being too standard. Boys had pizzas which disappeared entirely so must have been good! We had the prosecco risotto - could taste the saffron so excellent job with the balance of flavours. Would go back!
Two out of our party were satisfied with their food.The spicy leak soup was was so hot it was almost I edible ,despite the fact that I eat Madras curries.Th risotto had no seasoning ,far too creamy and tasteless. The other main course ,beef strips with pasta had two slices of tough beef and the pasta with tomato sauce tasted like Heinz tinned spaghetti.When the plates we're take away the waiter did not even enquire why so much was left on the plate.The prices are very reasonable ,but I am sure customers would rather pay more for better quality.However the Ministrone soup with the bread was lovely.
as expected we had another lovely meal at volare, the food is always tasty and piping hot. Service is excellent and never obtrusive. The staff are always very friendly and ver accommodating of the 8 year child who is in our party. We will be back
Good menu choices. 6 of us booked for 2 special birthdays. I took up balloons earlier in the day which they had on our table. Our table was in the conservatory. Service was good. Food delicious. Couldn't fault it!!
Staff very friendly and not over bearing at all. Were there when we needed them but not constantly asking how things are. Lovely atmosphere and most importantly the food was delicious. Will definitely be returning.
Nice atmosphere, friendly staff and good food at very reasonable prices. What more could you want? Their House red, Castillo del Moro, was very good too, which isn't always the case with house wines.