€10 For €20 Worth of Food and Drink at Moroni's Italian Food (Up to 50% Off)
- Cafe and artisan food shop
- Authentic Italian food and drink
- Based in Douglas
- €20 voucher to be put towards cafe meal or food to take away
- Dishes include cacciatora stew and creamy pasta with bacon
- Artisan produce includes bread, jams, preserves, and sauces
Limit 1 per redemption. May buy multiple. Booking advisable for restaurant. 24 hour cancellation policy. Voucher has no monetary value; no cash refund given if the full value of the voucher is not used.
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It can be hard to win people over with home-made cooking, as bricks and mortar tend to taste bad with even the most creative of seasoning. Build fine appetites with today's Groupon: €10 for €20 worth of food and drink at Moroni's Italian Food.
A culinary postcard from the shores of the Mediterranean, Moroni's Italian Food writes home with tales of freshly prepared pasta and traditional desserts. The Douglas-based cafe feeds whole days' worth of belly grumblings, opening from 8am until 8pm Monday to Saturday. The chef also prepares a pantry full of artisan produce, seeing customers fill shopping baskets with home-made fare including jams, chutneys, and crusty bread.
Patrons can tuck into an authentic Italian lunch, or a breakfast option such as the three egg omelette served with brown bread and tea or coffee (€7.50). Alternatively, gastronomic gurus may swing by for a steaming cup of Italian coffee (up to €2.80), sipped alongside a slice of home-made apple tart (€4). The voucher can also be used to bag some treats to take-home, such as sweet preserves or sauces.
Although yet to be widely reviewed, Moroni’s has attracted some very favourable comments from TripAdvisors, who commend the authentic Italian meals and quality of baked produce and condiments.
This is a great little restaurant, the atmosphere and the staff is just great. Amazing food and very reasonable. Well worth a visit, looking forward to returning.
– MissDolly925, TripAdvisor, Apr 2012