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They call themselves A Taste of Napoli at De Vita in Manly: we’ve never been to that particular part of Italy, but if their food is anything like the fare served up at De Vita, then get us on the next flight. Their chef Vincenzo trained in an Italian kitchen, and latterly has been working all over Australia, giving him a unique insight into combining the techniques of the old country with the freshest local ingredients. Hop over to Darley Road – easily accessed by the ferry from Sydney CBD – and book a table now.
Pleasant dinner and service. Enjoyed the evening in pleasant atmosphere
Have been here once before and got the pizzas which were great, but this time we opted for a pasta and the veal. Both dishes were rather plain, and the veal had a pool of oil in the bottom of the plate which was very unappetizing. Usually I hate to waste food, but I couldn't even bring myself to having my leftovers as takeaway.
Great food and service always! There is so much to choose on the menu at DeVita and everything is amazing! Great atmosphere for friends and family to enjoy.
Naples is the home of pizza, so a claim to be A Taste of Napoli is an awfully big one in the Italian restaurant world. Lucky then, that De Vita on Darley Road in Manly lives up to its own hype. Their chef – the eponymous Vincenzo De Vita – is a pizza expert with experience in both Italy and Australia, and their oven is made from stones from the Amalfi Coast, so you can be sure of complete authenticity. Jump on the Manly ferry from Sydney CBD to experience it for yourself.
An Italian restaurant lives and dies on its pizza menu, and at De Vita in the northern Sydney suburb of Manly, they have nothing to worry about. Their pizzas – cooked in an Italian-imported oven – come in an astounding array of variations, from the classic margherita and capricciosa options to self-devised specialities such as ricotta stuffed crust, 5-pointed doughs and even fried pizzas. Pasta, gnocchi and risotto are also popular with the locals, and they offer breakfast as well – so if you’re looking for a feed in Manly, then get out to Darley Road near Manly Wharf: just remember to book a table first.