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€10 for €20 Food & Drink Voucher for Da Roberta Ristorante Pizzeria, Salthill
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- It's said that the Italians in Ireland speak fluent Garlic.
- Pay €10 for a €20 food and drink voucher for Da Roberta Ristorante Pizzeria, Salthill.
- Experience the best Italian cuisine in Galway city.
- Choose from a wide and varied Italian menu.
The Italians really know how to get it right; they know fashion, art and food better than anyone else. But luckily enough for me and for you, they really hit the nail on the head when they invented Pizza and Pasta. After years and years of perfecting their dishes, Da Roberta Ristorante Pizzeria bring your the tastiest food in all of Galway.
Explore the culinary delights that Italy has to offer for just €10 for a €20 food and drink voucher for Da Roberta Ristorante Pizzeria, Salthill.
The best thing about a voucher is that you can pick exactly what you want. This means that you can mix and match up to the value of the voucher.
If it was me, I'd go for Insalata di gamberetti (The classic shrimp cocktail topped with Marie Rose sauce and lemon) for starters and then Risotto al Funghi (Risotto with wild mushroom, onion, butter and parmesan cheese) for mains. Sounds tasty right? Check out the full menu here.
In addition to their amazing menu, this voucher will be valid for their upcoming themed nights:
- Tuesday: Pizza Night - all pizza for €9.50
- Wednesday: Pasta Night - all pasta for €10.00
- Thursday: Burger Night €8.50
Da Roberta Ristorante Pizzeria is based in the hustle and bustle of Galway city. Take a stroll down the 2 km long Salthill promenade before or after the meal. Take in the scenes of Galway Bay and let one of the most exciting cities in Ireland sweep you off your feet.