This restaurant is now called La Dolce Vita, not Zio's. Although the new owners took over from their dad and renamed it.
In my view the food is better than before. We went there as a family (7 adults) on a Sunday. We all took the salad buffet which has a smaller selection than before but it was good. I would prefer more choice though.
For the main course, some took the beef, I took the roast lamb. That was simply delicious. We have been there quite a few times before and I dreaded having the main course as the portions were so small and the meat transparent and so overcooked. But this time it was tasty, cooked well and decent portions, cut thick with a knife not with a cutting machine.
For dessert we had tiramisu. That was disappointing. The portion was so small but tasty. We all complained.
The service needs serious improvement. We just had to help ourselves to the buffet. Nobody asked what we wanted so we all got up and went to the salad/starters bar. Eventually we were asked, as we were having our self service starters, what we wanted as a main course. The main course was served quickly.
We all ordered coffee, but the young waiter forgot mine.
This is a good value for money restaurant. There were two waiters that day, the service was very different from the more mature waiter, who is experienced and considerate and the young one with an attitude (chef's son)
I still recommend it. I hope the young waiter learns or does something else.
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