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About the restaurant
Olivello Middlesbrough is rustic dining done very, very well indeed. Located in the town centre, this stylish and elegant restaurant is inspired by the iconic Italian dishes we all know and love – and local foodies can’t get enough. The menu is packed with plenty of pizza, pasta and parmas, as well as burgers and steaks and seafood. That means no matter what you’re craving, there will be something something for everyone at this Linthorpe Road Italian restaurant. So whether you’re in for breakfast, cocktails and pizza with the crew or something a little more special with your loved ones, Olivello Middlesbrough is the place to be go for a meal you won’t be forgetting any time soon.
Now, it is time to take a closer look at the delicious Italian-style food on Olivello Middlesbrough’s menu. To kick things off, we recommend ordering a few starters to share, which means you’re best off dining with friends who enjoy eating as much as you do. Trust us on that one! Some of our favourites at this town centre Italian restaurant include the signature aubergine fries served with garlic mayonnaise and the homemade chicken liver pate served with toasted bread and caramelised onion marmalade. Plus, what meal at Olivello restaurant is complete without the antipasti platter? This is a classic option brimming with a whole host of Italian cured meats, homemade toasted bread and a balsamic dressing.
Pizza fans will love Olivello Restaurant Middlesbrough’s menu as it’s got pizza options to beat the band. We love the frutti di mare topped with mixed seafood, rocket and cheese; the Olivello special that’s bursting with four cheeses and tonnes of meat or the ever delicious margarita. If you’re after pasta, keep an eye out for the puttanesca made with chilli, capers, olives and cherry tomatoes or tuck into the Ultimate Parmo topped with pepperoni, peppers, pulled pork and crispy bacon. Olivello Middlesbrough on Linthorpe Road in the town centre is one of the best around so book a table and discover it for yourself. Then, perhaps head to Harry’s Bar for a tipple to follow!