Spiga gets the simple aspects of Italian dining bang on. This Southport restaurant, although contemporary and rather stylish in appearance, has nothing pretentious about it. The aim of the game here is simple: keep guests coming back for more simply by providing the tastiest Italian food possible, prepared using the freshest produce available. And Spiga succeeds, frankly, because Southport diners do indeed return to this centrally-located restaurant on Bold Street time and time again. Then again, that’s probably also thanks to tip-top service and homely atmosphere buzzing around the place. Spiga gets busy, so do reserve a table in advance.
Rather tired decor and misleading notices of offers Pasta was rather insipid and presentation poor. Thought the prices were high. Over £75 for 2 people with just water and Coca Cola. Would not visit again.
Pizza wasn't properly cooked and the wife's pasta was not particularly inspiring but the starters and desserts were very good. The early bird menu does however offer real good value for money.
Lovely friendly welcme and attentive service throughout the meal. Food was good, honest Italian - perhaps just lacking a touch of finesse. Sadly no draught beer on the night.