Awesome food and great size portions, nice vibe and good atmosphere.
Plenty of gins to chose from which is always a bonus. :)
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We were looking forward to a meal and some saxaphone music.
The first table we were sat at was very wobbly and seats too low, we were thankful to move to a different table.
The olives were delicious and the food was ok.
The decor is chic though this was spoilt by the tacky Hallowean additions, which as it was only Ocober 28 and they had no Hallowean event seemed tastless.
The saxaphone was advertised to start at 21.00 but did not start until 21.30 and the beautiful saxaphone was drowned out by the backing music.
Sorry to hear you were not satisfied with your experience with us recently. As you mentioned you were not happy with the initial table you were sat at, however we were more than happy to move you to a new table immediately whilst we fixed the one you were on. I'm unsure of why this would upset you? As you mentioned it was the 28th October, with Halloween being only being 3 days away this was the weekend everyone was celebrating. Although we do understand the Halloween/ Hop Tu Naa Holiday is not for everyone we do like to make the extra effort for our customers.
You did mention earlier that you have listened to Ariel play the Saxophone before which is why we are surprised by your comments. Of course any musician needs time to set up, the background music belonged to Ariel and was not background music that we provided. We would like to note though that we think Ariel is an amazing artist and have invited him back to play on a number of other occasions as everyone else seemed to enjoy the evening.
Thank you for your comments as we take constructive criticism very seriously.
Sat outside in the sun overlooking the harbour. Had a bottle of prosecco, garlic prawns, cheesy garlic bread, beef sliders and calamari. Fresh and tasty, will go back again.
I seriously recommend a visit to this lovely, stylish restaurant #cocktails on tap! Such a beautiful setting, food is amazing and the staff are friendly and inviting. So if you visiting Douglas don't forget to visit Da Vinci's, it's a must must before you leave.
We walked around Douglas for most of the morning and looked for a place to have lunch along the way. Nothing really looked good until we saw the menu outside of Da Vinci's. We had never eaten food like this so we thought we would give it a try.I'm very glad we did. Our server was very friendly and helped us pick out the dishes she thought we would like. I chose the Spicy Chicken Chorizo and my wife got the Chicken Skewers. The bowls and portions were huge so we shared and still could barely eat it all. We ordered New Zealand cider that was really good. It was a week day so they were not crowded. We sat and enjoyed our meal, drinks and the free wifi. They are located right on the docks with a beautiful view. We'll go back when we return next year.