Antony and Cleopatra, Romeo and Juliet, Napoleon and Josephine – history and literature are packed with great love affairs.
Celebrate the greatest love affair of them all – the typically Italian union between tomato and basil – with today’s Big Deal on a tremendous meal at Mia in Dalry.
Fresh, simple, Italian
At Mia, the kitchen likes to serve fresh, simple, Italian dishes in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Kid-friendly and with large windows that look out onto Dalry Road, Mia is great for people-watching over a leisurely lunch or enjoyable dinner.
A la carte
Available seven days a week, this Big Deal is for two people to each enjoy three courses from the set menu followed by tea or coffee.
There are seven starters to choose from including prawns cooked in a brandy and lemon sauce, slow cooked ribs and an orange salad served with slice of coppa, buffalo mozzarella, olive oil and a glaze.
The six main courses on the menu include veal cooked in a rich Marsala sauce; chicken cooked with red pepper, mint and honey; pan-fried sea bream with fennel, grapes, garlic and white wine plus, our old friend, spaghetti carbonara.
For dessert, diners can choose between panna cotta, tiramisu and a rather fine cheesecake.
Mia hasn’t been open very long. That hasn’t stopped the glowing reviews from mounting up on TripAdvisor:
‘Excellent all round experience. We visited on a very busy night but they found space for us. The experience was great because all of the staff were friendly and had time for you, the food was excellent, they were happy to discuss the wine list and give balanced advice and because you were given the right amount of time to have a really enjoyable dining experience. We would thoroughly recommend Mia.’
The restaurant’s Facebook page is also packed with reviews from happy customers like this one:
‘Great food, great service, great ambiance! Perfect combination for dining out. Quite possibly the best Italian restaurant in Edinburgh.’
Love Italian food? Try some of the best in Edinburgh with today’s Big Deal at Mia in Dalry.