La Dolce Vita restaurant opening party – photos

La Dolce Vita restaurant opening event

La Dolce Vita restaurant: now open

Crosspudlains flocked to a party last night to celebrate the launch of a new local Italian restaurant.

The owners of La Dolce Vita laid on free tasters of pizza, focaccia, bruschetta and a selection of pastries, all washed down with Italian wine.

La Dolce Vita is based in the old A’Villa Caruso unit on Sandygate Road. The restaurant has been completely redecorated with clean white walls and a small drinks bar in the back corner.

It is a family-run affair, with Luciana and Gianpaolo preparing the food and Nirvana managing the restaurant with her husband Matthew.

The pizzeria is now open for bookings on 0114 266 9811.

La Dolce Vita restaurant

La Dolce Vita restaurant - locals at the opening event

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La Dolce Vita - serving food

La Dolce Vita restaurant

La Dolce Vita restaurant - fresh pizza

La Dolce Vita restaurant

La Dolce Vita restaurant - Nirvana and Matthew

La Dolce Vita restaurant - pastries

La Dolce Vita restaurant - pastries

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La Dolce Vita restaurant - chef Luciana with pastry chef Gianpaolo

La Dolce Vita restaurant

La Dolce Vita restaurant: now open for bookings

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5 Responses to La Dolce Vita restaurant opening party – photos

  1. Chris B says:

    Just had dinner at LDV – excellent, will be a real asset to Crosspool. Hope it doesn’t get too popular as I want to be able to drop in frequently!

  2. Rachael Hattam says:

    Does anybody know the address of this restaurant?
    Thank you!

  3. Robin says:

    The address for previous restaurant in this unit was: 52A Sandygate Road
    Sheffield, South Yorkshire S10 5RY. Might be best to call them on 0114 266 9811 to confirm though.

  4. David & Brenda says:

    Five of us had a full 3 courses at LDV on Sat. 23rd July night. The service was excellent throughout a very busy evening. We loved the retro ambience and the overall experience. However, we were dissappointed that almost every course was padded out with masses of dry salad leaves with the excepition of the pizza and the pasta both of which were really good. The sauces that were meant to accompany most of the dishes were absent or minimal (Frittura di Mare) . We all agreed that the desserts and coffee were delicious. The restaurant was at maximum capacity at the time. I hope our comments can be considered as constructive and we would like to see LDV succeed

  5. gooz says:

    what are the prices like? how much money should i take with me?

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