I had popped in very briefly once before to try their coffee, which is a house blend Italian roast. I was quite impressed with it, so hoped the food would be to a similar standard.
Upon my arrival, the friendly counter chaps outlined their lunchtime deal which featured soup and a sandwich for £5. That sounded good to me, so once I’d established that the soup of the day was tomato and basil, then settled upon a salami, cheese and caramelized onion panini, I placed my order and sat down at one of their counter seats.The soup soon arrived in a takeout cup. They’re still finding their way with bowl sizes for sit-in customers, which was fine by me. The soup was a good tasty rendition of this classic combo.
The panini was a notch better with a large and well-made item packing considerable punch. The little pesto dressed salad was rather tasty, too.So overall, I enjoyed my trip to Di Rollo. It’s a very friendly place that serves pleasingly good dishes. I’d be happy to visit again, when next I’m in these parts.
Blythe scores Deli Di Rollo
3.5/5 for food
3.5/5 for presentation
4/5 for service
3/5 for setting
giving an overall 14/20
I ate: tomato and basil soup; salami, cheese and caramelised onion panini
I wore: blue and red suit
Total bill: £5