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103 Queensberry St, Dumfries DG1 1BH, UK – 01387 248008
Primo Piano was not difficult to find on Queensberry Street. Follow your nose and you will find it; the smells alone convinced me and the group that I was with that we are at the right place. The decor was clean, very homey, but not frilly in the least. Comfortable, I would say, a wonderful melding of Italy and Scotland. I decided to have the Pollo Piano, this was my first time visiting and I was playing it safe. This turned out to be a delicious chicken dish with an unknown combination of cheeses, pasta, and vegetables. My reaction, on first bite, was to say "Oh my god, this is way too authentic to be in Scotland!" I have spent several months in Italy and strangely I can now say that one of my favorite Italian meals of all time came from Scotland. I am not certain who created the menu or who cooked this meal, but they are without a doubt authentically Italian. So many nuances to this meal were outstanding, layer upon layer of flavor that I would never expect from what I thought was a simple chicken dish. On this trip I was leading a group of study abroad students from the US, 10 in total, and they were each pleased and impressed with their meals. Upon returning to the states we have relived many stories about the food in Scotland, we all enjoyed the haggis, and we all look forward to returning, but, Primo Piano stands out as everyone’s favorite meal. I can’t remember the exact price, maybe 12 or 14 pounds, not overpriced, very much worth the money. I/we look forward to returning on our next trip. Jason
High price for decent food. Shame the service is not up to the same level. Slow, unprofessional, just kids being used on the cheap. Otherwise, OK.
20 Bank St, Dumfries DG1 2NS, UK – 01387 257342
Definiately the best steaks in Dumfries at very reasonable price. Well worth a try.
Amazing place fab food..😍
53 Nunholm Rd, Dumfries DG1 1JW, UK – 01387 269619
First ate here a few years ago on a visit to Dumfries and went again last week. Was a little disappointed from what I remember from the first time. Food was good but nothing special. Dessert was a strawberry and kiwi pavlova but was actually just a meringue nest filled with fruit and cream. A little expensive for what we had. On another note, nothing to do with the food but the chair covers looked awful, they were terribly creased and looked a bit untidy instead of elegant
Don't go here very often, mainly due to the cost. The food I'd beautifully cooked, if as little pricey. Surroundings are very pleasant and look spotless. Staff are good.
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