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Ristorante de Medici

The Peninsula · Italian · ££££
Very Good
3.5/6
2 Reviews

About Ristorante de Medici

The famous Renaissance dynasty of the House of Medici gives its name to this Italian restaurant in Durham, perched on Elvet Bridge in the northern section of The Peninsula. It’s a great place to have a meal if you’ve been exploring the historic precinct of The Bailey, with the castle and cathedral dominating the landscape, though the bold Mediterranean colour and flavour of the food is in stark contrast to this picturesque but brooding, centuries-old quarter of Durham’s town centre. House-made pate and the de Medici involtini are fantastic to start off with and the pizzas are a local favourite, but it’s signature dishes like the penne de Medici, the house steak and chicken with prawns and mushrooms in a white wine and cream sauce that really fly the flag for authentic Italian cuisine.

Address

Ristorante de Medici
21 Elvet Bridge, The Peninsula
Durham DH1 3AA

Opening Times

Closed today

Chef's Choice

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Starters

Caprese (v)

Beef Tomato, Mozzarella, Olive Oil, Oregano
£5.75

Prosciutto Di Parma E Melone

Parma Ham with Melon
£6.50

Antipasto Misto

Mixed Hors D'Oeuvres
£6.95
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Mains

Cannelloni

(Pasta Rolls with Fillings)
£8.95

Spaghetti Carbonara

(Egg, Pancetta, Cheese, Cream)
£9.50

Tagliatelle Al Salmone

(Smoked Salmon, Tomato, Cream)
£9.90

2 Ristorante de Medici Reviews

"Good"4/6
Chris B.a year ago · 1 review

Food was ok, floor was very dirty, tables were left with crumbs on them until the next guests arrived. Staff seemed to be friendly, got served quickly

"Okay"3/6
imgKen A.a year ago · 2 reviews

Really great food and wine but not the best service/ambience; very basic seating, not overly welcoming; a bit like an Italian version of Fawlty Towers!!

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