Don Giovanni

Don Giovanni


0.5 miles
Peter House, Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 5AN
When walking down Oxford Street, you're bound to notice Don Giovanni's chefs preparing fresh pasta and tempting desserts from scratch in the window. Let this showmanship tempt you inside and you'll be well rewarded.

Reputedly the oldest independent Italian restaurant in Manchester, the Les Routiers-accredited Don Giovanni has been attracting Mancunians in the know for 31 years now. Favourites on the menu include homemade lobster ravioli, spaghetti carbonara and lasagne, as well as free-range steaks that are locally sourced from the Macclesfield area, and fresh fish options such as the whole baked Anglesey sea bass served with a salt crust. Traditional homemade Italian desserts are also well represented in the form of tiramisu and panna cotta. To accompany your meal, a choice of Italian wines and Prosecco is available, and many options that would normally be ignored due to expense can be fully enjoyed at Don Giovanni thanks to costly wines being served by the glass - for this you can thank the use of the innovative Coravin System that extracts wine from bottles without removing the cork.

Having recently undergone major refurbishment, Don Giovanni is as comfortable a place to relax in as it is a fine place to dine. In fact, the restaurant was recently crowned Most Romantic at the English Italian Awards 2015, so, if you're as taken with the venue as most are, it's worth knowing that there's a private dining room that can be booked for special occasions, and the staff can comfortably look after groups of up to 60 people
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