An intentional juxtaposition, the creative concept is set across a multitude of spaces, within exquisitely styled dining spaces and outside on the cobbled streets alike.
Creativity is element in every corner. Staff wear bespoke medieval leather aprons, handing out graphic newspaper style menus to intrigue passers-by. The interior design and décor is incredibly unique, ranging from typical Italian storeroom chock-full of dried flowers, jars of pasta and walls of wine to a high-end, low lit, Art Deco dining room.
Most importantly however, creativity is found on every plate. La Dispensa welcomes diners with all budgets and all appetites. Snack sized tapas offerings and small dishes ‘para picar’ are ideal for sharing, while elegant flambé sushi comes out of its own specialist kitchen.
To really experience the La Dispensa treatment, settle in for a full four-course Italian meal, including traditional antipasti and seafood starters, homemade signature pasta and rice dishes plus exceptional cuts of meat and freshly caught fish. The desserts are indeed a delectable affair – boasting their very own one-page menu – the only problem is you’re spoilt for choice!