This week we visited Divino Patio for the first time. Even though the atmosphere and the decor was good, the food was more than merely disappointing.
For the starter we had the choice between a salad or a wild mushroom soup. Neither of the options were a good option with the soup being watery and tasteless while the salad was very salty. New salads were requested and they returned with totally tasteless salads for which we put in olive oil ourselves to make it a bit more tasty.
For the main course the choices were between Spit-roasted Game hen (signature dish), Home made Ravioli, or Salmon steak. I chose the Spit-roasted Game hen as this is their signature dish. When presented, the dish looked nice. However, once you start eating you realize how incredibly dry the chicken was. To reduce the feeling as if i was putting dry paper in my mouth, I kept putting ketchup (the only sauce provided) on the chicken. If that dish is the signature dish, imagine how the other dishes were. For the ravioli a total of 7 pieces, yes 7 pieces, were served. How is that supposed to be enough for a proper dinner? On top of that, the pasta was rather dry and the dough thick. The salmon was acceptable but just very plain.
As a dessert we had an apple tart. Out of the three courses, this was the best part. And even this was disappointing with the dough of the tart being dry and hard to cut.
We left with the decision not to come back to this place again with the food totally not worth the money. This decision especially holds after we were 'treated' with huge stomach ache after dining at the venue.