It all starts with Omar the owner, he is the life of this little restaurant... the flavorful fiesta begins when the first dishes start to roll out of kitchen... local, fresh, delicious... great lunch... amazing wine list...
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I wish we'd discovered this restaurant earlier than we did it's location was a bit out of the way and didn't really entice you to dine there. The food was just great, a limited menu but 3 choices for starter main and dessert make it...More
We just had one night in Imperia while passing through to Nice, France. We walked past the restaurant and decided to take our chances. When we arrived it was completely empty (19:30) but they only had a table if we could eat and be out...More
We have eaten in this restaurant every year since it opened under this management and the food is always excellent with fresh local ingredients and excellent wines. It beats, hands down, the Italian restaurants in London we have tried. The food is attractively presented, the...More
Loved this place, its clean and cosy. The food was good. Home cooking with a twist. I really enjoyed it. The service was great too.
We were the first guests for dinner and within thirty minutes the small restaurant filled up. We were the only non-Italians. I had a local fish dish and my wife had pasta with ragu. What we liked about Didu was the fact they are proud...More
Not an obvious location for this value for money local restaurant. The menu is not very extended, a plus in my view, mainly focused on daily suggestions based on seasonal produce. Classics are slightly revisited to give it some branding and interest. Always pertinently. Few...More
Next to a busy road but surprisingly quiet. We'd heard about this place from friends who live locally and we had high expectations. The food was - as we would have expected - fresh, local and seasonal. The menu changes daily according to availability. It...More