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Ti Amo .. Our Italian Valentines ...

Last night Sean and I celebrated Valentines weekend by visiting Da Vinci's Italian restaurant in Yarm. I felt I had to share with you our experience as I believe it to have been one of my favourite meals to date. The service couldn't be faulted, and the food was delicious, along with great wine & great company, it was a Valentines evening I will remember for a long time. 
This little Italian was quite hidden on the main street of Yarm, it was set back from the other restaurants and bar, which added a little mystery to what we should expect. When entering, we found that the restaurant was rather small and seated around 15 tables. The bit I loved the most was that the restaurant had an open kitchen, I loved being able to see our food being made, it was also nice to see the high standards the chefs worked in.
The restaurant had put on a special Valentines menu, as shown above. I found it cute that they had a sharing dish for each course, such a shame that Sean's not a massive fan of seafood or steak else I would have definitely tried all 3. This menu was alongside the normal menu, which Sean seemed to stick to as he's abit of a plain jane when it comes to food.
As you can see by my photos, the food was presented lovely, and I can vouch that it tasted amazing aswell. 

I went for the ..
Oven baked Sardinian Cheese wrapped in Parma ham and served with Ratatouille.
Pigeon breast, Potato fondant, baby spinach, charred onions and a Blackberry Jus.
& we shared...
The Chocolate Assiette, which included white chocolate rice pudding, warm chocolate brownies, dark chocolate truffles, triple chocolate ice-cream, white chocolate & raspberry icecream & some caramel flavoured white chocolate pieces.

I would definitely rate this place 10/10, if you live locally you have to give this place a try. 

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