Manchester’s oldest Italian bounces back after fire with 50% off food

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Last month Manchester’s oldest Italian restaurant was forced to close following a fire in their kitchen which started in the early hours of the morning.

Whilst the restaurant was undergoing refurbishment, Don Giovanni fans flocked to the restaurant’s smaller sister site Cibo for their Italian fix, which was offering a condensed selection of Don Giovanni favourites.

The restaurant has now re-opened and is offering diners 50% off food from the a la carte menu throughout September – including high-end items such as their spaghetti aragosta (lobster spaghetti in a creamy bisque sauce) and sharing steaks from the Josper – including their chateaubriand sliced at your table.

You must book online to enjoy this offer. Be quick to make the most of the deal, and you can use those extra pennies to splurge on one of their fancy bottles of Italian red, or a classic Italian dessert made fresh every day by the in-house team of pastry chefs.

Offer runs until the end of September 2018. Terms and conditions apply.

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