La Dolce Vita Ristorante, Milton, Brisbane - my name is Food.

La Dolce Vita Ristorante, Milton, Brisbane

November 08, 2016

What you may wonder is what an Eiffel tower is doing in an Italian restaurant... This restaurant has been an icon in Brisbane and has been always one of the best places to go to for tourists as well as visitors and the locals of course. The one place where you can dine delicious Italian food then continue to coffee and dessert without having to move restaurants. The place where even if you come here for late night coffee, they won't kick you out or purposely start packing up the chairs and so on making you feel uncomfortable to even stay back a bit longer..

'Hot Chocolate' (AUD$3.95) was served in a small glass tumbler and although their Italian Hot Chocolate maybe the best here, this was not too bad.

We wanted something light but filling at the same time as we weren't too hungry so we decided to order 'Funghi' (AUD$24) as we browsed through the menu. The pizza had a buffalo mozzarella base topped with mixed wild mushrooms, truffle oil and thyme. Perfect also for Vegetarians. Sometimes having a tomato sauce or a bbq sauce based pizza may be delicious but when you're wanting something different, do go for the white base pizza as it allows that creamy-ness and texture of the toppings to pop out more not overpowered by the base sauce of the pizza.

What I enjoyed was their pizza base, not too thick and not too thin yet still has that fluffy texture when you bite into it. It would have been great if there were more mixed wild mushrooms on top as it felt as if only some were cut thickly and the rest were just leftovers or bits and pieces of mushroom stalk.

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