Focaccia: The mezzanine level of the Hyatt Regency is not the first place you would think to find an authentic Italian restaurant. But the food here (prepared by the loving hands of a Milanese chef is surprisingly good, and there’s an uninterrupted view over the creek and adjacent promenade to boot. Click here to see how much you can save.
Dante: Here at Time Out towers two of our favourite things are Italian food and saving money. You can do both at this Al Barsha restaurant so if you are in the neighbourhood drop in and enjoy a slice of pizza on us. Click here to see how much you can save.
Busola: Although we can’t actually understand the lyrics of classical Italian opera it is highly likely that they’re singing about places like Bussola. The beautiful setting, enjoyable atmosphere and good food often make us feel like bursting into song as well. Click here to see how much you can save.
Prego’s: The menu at Prego’s boasts a fantastic assortment of Italian cured meats. Watching chef Mauro Cereda haul fat, speckled rounds of dismembered shoulder and thigh, and slice them as thin as sheets of paper, is almost as mesmerising as letting each delicate slice melt on the tongue. We hope you can enjoy the pleasure factory. Click here to see how much you can save.
La Traviata: We’ve often been confused by the people who don’t like crossing town to savour a piece of the good life. It really isn’t that hard. Click here to see how much you can save.