An inimitably elegant marriage of Italian cuisine from the Emilia Romagna region, and modern, metro-chic style awaits guests at Weymouth’s Al Molo. Here, traditional Italian cooking is brought to the forefront by eminently talented head chef Giuseppe Vannucci, whose eye for sourcing high quality and authentic Italian produce has seen Al Molo’s reputation go from strength to strength.
Up to 200 diners can be accommodated across Al Molo’s three Art Deco dining rooms, all of which remain faithful to the building’s historic promenade location and bandstand heritage. Settle at a table with your chosen libation from the expertly selected wine list and be awed by unparalleled panoramic views of Weymouth Bay, the Jurassic Coast and the surrounding seaside townscape.
Al Molo’s well-drafted, seasonally changing menu might offer primi of venison bresaola served with tangy lemon spheres and fresh rocket salad, or pan-fried queen scallops on a bed of pea purée and crispy pancetta. The main course offering might see diners enjoying oven-baked chicken breast with cherry tomatoes, basil mashed potatoes, capers and black olive sauce, or risotto of sea bass and pistachio or pancetta and pumpkin. The thoroughly compelling bill of fare is completed by a tempting cadre of sides, a delicious selection of children’s dishes and a tantalising set menu for group bookings. Conclude your meal in authentic Italian fashion by sampling the house’s famed tiramisu and you’ll agree that an evening at Al Molo promises style, sophistication and flavour in equal measure.