Traditional Italian cuisine with touches of nostalgia. 1930s decor.
📍 Mogan Mall Puerto Rico
Avenida Tomas Roca Bosch 9, 35130 Puerto Rico, Mogán, Gran Canaria Spain
📞 Telephone : +(34) 928 94 27 99
🌐 Website: VincisRistorante.com
📧 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Everyday: 13:00 – 23:00
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Our Vinci’s Ristorante Review
Vinci’s Ristorante in Mogan Mall has been on our must visit list for too long. Finally we got to check it out and it certainly won’t be our last visit as we really enjoyed the traditional Italian food and service. We felt spoilt for choice where to sit and enjoy our meal, with the terraza overlooking the magic fountain, or the interior seating which allows you to take in the 1930s style art deco. There’s even a round VIP table with curtains, perfect if you want to book it for a special evening.
We went on a date night so chose an interior table to take in the decor, atmosphere and the air conditioning! As somebody with a bad back, I took note that the chairs are very comfortable or there is booth style seating if you prefer. It was still quite hot outside at 6pm on our visit to Vincis in May 2023. Later on when the sun goes down you can enjoy a breeze on the terraza as you watch the bright neon lights of the Mogan Mall fountain.
The menus are done by QR code so we scanned in with our phones and chose Bruchetta and Caprese Salad to share for starters. They were absolutely delicious!
The tomatoes were juicy and complimented so well with the salad dressing and fresh cold mozarella cheese. The homemade bread was perfectly crunchy!
Next up was the Diabla pizza, a thin crust pepperoni. The waitress asked if we would like to try some chilli oil, which certainly gave the pizza a further kick. The pepperoni was lovely and crispy and the pizza was a win.
Because we shared our dishes, it gave us room for coffee and dessert. We ordered two cortado largos which came on striking red saucers and a melt in the mouth Belgian chocolate. There are many mouthwatering desserts to choose from. We have heard amazing things about the Chocolate Volcano so had to try it for ourselves. I can still taste it now and as I write this, I’m already looking forward to another visit.
The chocolate was warm, with a gooey inside that blended nicely with the cold vanilla ice cream. The Vinci’s restaurant logo decorated the plate in powdered sugar and we tried our best to keep it in tact.
The food tasted amazing, presentation and staff were top. We arrived around 6pm on a midweek day so it was quiet, by 7pm there were quite a few tables of people inside and out, so it might be best to book a table if it’s a weekend or busy day, especially if you want a certain table or view of the fountain outside.
Our bill came to around 40€ which we thought was pretty good and well worth the fantastic food and experience.