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If you’re in Sale and you like Italian food, there’s something you need to know: Vida has arrived – a stunning restaurant offering the finest Italian cuisine – and it’s damn good. Yep, on School Road, opposite Sale Town Hall, the flavours at Vida are refined and the setting is elegant. Sit amongst eclectic furnishings and ambient light while you select from an impressive a la carte menu or a range of curious small plates. The wine list is long and the cocktails are a stunning value, meaning we are pretty certain Vida will leave you charmed. Reserve a table now, you won’t be disappointed.
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We were a party of 7 having the early bird menu. Staff were great and also the food. The early bird menu has sufficient choice to keep most people happy. We will be back
Loved the food, the service was great and lovely place to eat
This was my second visit and would probably go again
At Vida – one of Sale’s most authentic Italian restaurants – there is style as well as substance, a winning combination, we’re sure you’ll agree. Formerly known as Da Vinci’s, Vida is a chic and contemporary space. It is intimate, extremely stylish and somewhere diners are sure to feel relaxed – think dark woodswork, rich leathers and classic tableware. You can find it – excellently located in the heart of town – on School Road, opposite Sale Town Hall and a stone’s throw away from Sale Metrolink station, meaning there is no excuse not to visit and sample a true taste of the Mediterranean.
The team at Vida have put a great deal of thought into their menus, and it certainly shows. Begin, perhaps, with moules mariniere, fresh mussels with cream, white white and plenty of garlic, or goat’s cheese crostini. For your main, try the honey and lemon baked salmon served with a creamy prosecco and capers sauce, or the chicken ballotine, tender breast stuffed with spinach, mozzarella and sundried tomato, wrapped in serrano ham – all of this is refined, beautifully presented food. Vida is also open for foodies of Sale to enjoy a Sunday lunch, something from their bar food menu, or simply a glass from a wide selection of international wines. As we said, Vida brings style, and substance, it is Italian food that you can’t miss and we urge you to reserve a table now!
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