Bianca Mozzarella is as cute as it is small. There’s a tiny indoor area, a tiny conservatory-esque box (air-conditioned), and a tiny ring of outdoor seating around this on cosy and comfy looking sofas. As for the menu, there is no pizza (something you might expect for an Italian eatery); however, there are plenty of other options, and in particular, plenty of cheese. The first page of the list is a selection of fresh mozzarella, burrata and cheeseboards. The burrata is lovely: a fresh and classic salad of extremely creamy cheese, fresh baby spinach and chunks of cherry tomato, served quirkily and attractively in a glass jar. The truffle-scented tagliatelle is also pleasant, and good value for a large plateful that is easily enough for two. The pasta it uncomplicated and rather homely, with a very rich cream sauce, interspersed with little chunks of sautéed mushrooms. Bianca Mozzarella is one of the very few low-key, independent and affordable Italian restaurants in Dubai that does justice to a cuisine which, at its best, really doesn’t need to be complicated or expensive.