€22 instead of €61 for a choice of any two main courses from the a la Carte menu plus a glass of Prosecco each at Riva Cafe - Save 63%
- Authentic Mediterranean dishes with Italian specialties
- It will be your favourite dining locale in South Dublin
- Enjoy Wild Mushroom Crostini, Gnocci with Cauliflower Puree and Confit of Duck Leg
- 1 voucher per 2 persons, may buy multiple as gifts
- Voucher valid for 3 months, only from 5.30pm on Tues-Sun
- Advance booking required, please have voucher and security codes ready
- Please call 089 4192138 to book your table
- Valid at the Rathgar Road restaurant only
- Not valid with other offers
- Does not include service charge
There are days when you look at the empty plates and cutlery around you, and feel like this. Then the mere thought of brewing foods with spices in pots and pans, sends you in a right frenzy. Not a worry. Just abandon the kitchen and treat yourself to meals cooked, with some proper TLC, at Riva Cafe. With someone around your arm, and today's CityDeal, dine on €61 worth of food, with a glass of Prosecco each, for only €22.
Riva Cafe, a sista restaurant to Riva Restaurant, is a welcomed addition to South Dublin's glittering restaurant landscape. Authentic is the name of the game for the mediterrenean - with heavy Italian leanings - Riva. Start with the baked goats cheese salad, with poached pear and walnut (€9) or the Riva Antipasto Misto, which brings forth a selection of Italian meats (€12.50). Move on to the thin, brittle pizza crust. Pizza Riva, topped with tomato sauce, smoked chicken, salami and mozzarella (€14.90), perhaps? Or a pasta dish: Bolonaise Lasagne served with tossed salad and garlic bread (€14.90)? Take your pickings through their a la carte menu, and don't forget to consider their Daily Specials, or knock back that glass of Prosecco.
Perfect for when the magic in your own kitchen fails, allow your taste buds to spellbound by the wizards at Riva. That's 63% off when you dine with CityDeal.
What people are saying...
We got off to a good start with tomato bruschetta -- fat fingers of focaccia drenched with top-shelf olive oil, thick with basil, bright tangy tomatoes and the odd crunchy flake of sea salt. Simplicity and quality combined to make it a winner...
No such criticism of the springy ribbons of tagliatelle, soft and slippery in cream with sharp nutty notes of Parmesan and a crop of dark, chewy, porcini mushrooms. It was a delight to eat...
Riva opens from 9 'til 9 Tuesday to Saturday and from 10 to 8 on Sundays. How the locals will survive on Mondays, God only knows.