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11th Dec 2018

There’s A Brand New Italian Restaurant In Dublin With Distinct Sicilian Feel


Word on the street is a new Italian eatery has opened its doors and it’s a little bit dreamy.

Moving from Dawson Street to South Anne Street, the owners of Dolce Sicily have opened their new evening restaurant Altamira, in the same location – serving up an a la carte menu from 5pm every evening.

The new addition to Dolce Sicily brings with it an authentic Sicilian feel to the Dublin food scene with handmade pasta and a exquisite Italian style cuisine the city has never experienced before.

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With many years training in his native Rome, their Head Chef Riccardo Grande moved to Ireland and brought with him his unique cooking style. The former Head Chef in La Cucina, Grande is also a regular House of Peroni chef – you’re tastebuds are in good hands with this guy.

Altamira offers delish handmade pasta, duck and venison cooked to your liking and an extensive exclusively Italian wine list.

They even make their Tiramisu with Guinness!

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Tiramisu… made with Guinness!

To celebrate the opening of their new evenings restaurant, Altamira are offering you a delish meal for two with two cocktails and a bottle of house wine.

To enter, make sure you keep an eye on our social channels this December. Good luck!