Taking the place of The Curious Squire, Da Vinci Ristorante not only offers pizza and pasta dishes but also a selection of American dishes as well. Their pizzas are notable for using stone-ground flour sourced from Italy, and natural homemade yeast, which helped to make them low in gluten.
The pizzas at Da Vinci have a sourdough base, which gives them a different texture from those at other restaurants. The hot salami in the Diavola Pizza that we ordered gave it a delectable spicy taste and the topping of rocket leaves gave it freshness. All their pizzas use fior di latte, a type of cheese made using the same technique as mozzarella.
Diavola Pizza (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Ideal for sharing or for a diner with a big appetite, the Grand Canyon had two Angus beef patties which were juicy and had a char-grilled flavour. Jack Daniels BBQ sauce imparted a delightful smoky flavour and elements of crispiness were provided by bacon and onion rings. The burger came with a serving of steak cut beer battered chips.
Grand Canyon Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
When ordering their Chicken Wings, you can choose from a serving size of 10, 20 or 30 wings, and one of seven flavours - Buffalo Suicide, Fiery BBQ, Honey Soy, Peri Peri, Plum, Sweet Chilli and Smokey BBQ. Their Buffalo Suicide Wings had a delectable spicy taste with a background tangy flavour and the Smokey BBQ wings had a scrumptious smoky flavour.
Buffalo Suicide Wings (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Smokey BBQ Wings (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Da Vinci is offering a Mega Combo Deal of 2 pizzas and a pack of 6 beers or a bottle of wine for $45.