Divino Enoteca

6 reviews

5 Merchant Street, EH1 2QD

Old Town, Edinburgh

Cuisine: Italian

About Divino Enoteca

  • Food: 4

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Great Wine Bar / Restautant

    Lovely ambience and great service, we just had a main course each which was very good, the menu is compact which isn't a bad thing. Extensive wine list we found some great wines which we'll definitely have again. Will be returning for sure.
    - dined in restaurant 24/10/2015
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 4

    Value: 4

    Dining

    Not been to my Italian Restaurant, this was great and the food was lovely would go again. The choices of wine was fantastic and my only critic was they never had a house value wine, started £20/22 per bottle. I would like £13/15 start from to suit all budgets.
    - dined in restaurant 01/07/2014

Atmospheric Italian restaurant in Old Town Edinburgh

Part of the family-run Vittoria Group of restaurants, Divino Enoteca is an Italian wine cellar and restaurant on Edinburgh’s Merchant Street. Blending Old Town atmosphere with Italian chic, it is a warm and welcoming venue for dinner with friends, a family celebration, a business meeting or a great glass of wine from their extensive wine list.

Authentic Italian cuisine using local produce

A brilliant selection of Italian and World wines is not the only reason to visit Divino Enoteca. The kitchen is expert at using seasonal, local produce to create genuine Italian dishes. As well as plates of artisan charcuterie and classic dishes such as veal Milanese, the menu includes a carefully selected range of pasta and fish choices like the roast cod with an Italian cheese crust. All the desserts from the tiramisu to the pannacotta are freshly made from scratch. Their Enomatic wine dispenser means that Divino Enoteca can offer a wide range of wines by the glass – all served in perfect condition.

Italian wine bar, Old Town transport

Divino Enoteca is on Merchant Street just off the Grassmarket and below George IV Bridge. A five minute walk from the National Museum of Scotland and ten minutes from the Festival theatre, it is fifteen minutes from Waverley rail station. There is limited on street parking nearby. Taxis are plentiful.

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Silvio Praino from Divino Enoteca in Edinburgh's Old Town shares his knowledge and vast experience as a wine expert, sommelier and wine lover.

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Reviews for Divino Enoteca

6 Reviews