There’s more to a good Italian restaurant than wine, grapes and olives to nibble. A good Italian restaurant doesn’t copy the culture of Italy but creates the authenticity of the Italian culture and brings it to you.

We’re going to look at the differences between a class act Italian Restaurant where you could see the ancient Ceasars of Rome dining and the lesser Italian restaurants where the senate may give a miss.

Today, Italian Restaurants have been monetised and franchised losing the authenticity and identity of a good Italian restaurant.

Dgh Dgh is an Italian restaurant Chester, located on 66-68 Northgate Street, Chester, CH1 2HT boosting a large authentic menu of traditional created and presented pizzas, calzones and pasta. If we do say ourselves, we consider our pizza to be the best pizza in Chester!

So, what makes us a cut above the rest when it comes to Italian food cuisine?

Well, the answer is simple, our chefs have been to Italy to soak up the culture and learn how Italian food is made in the traditional practices. We don’t try and give you an Italian food experience, we give you the Italian experience, full-stop.

Our eatery has a authentic layout with large oak tables, traditional nibbles such as bruschetta, olives and freshly baked soft Focaccia drilled in olive oil and seasoned with a crack of black pepper and rosemary and thyme.

Don’t take our word for it, we have over 107 happy customers reviewing our food on Google and averaging an impressive 4.6 stars out of 5.

We pride ourselves on not being just another generic osteria, trattoria or ristorante but a truly traditional eatery practicing the homegrown cooking and preparation methods associated to the original cucina-style of cooking.

If you want a slice of Dominoes or Pizza Hut be our guest, if you want the real taste of Italy you know where DghDgh is!

We look forward to seeing you very soon, as the waft of freshly baked dough tingles your senses, you’ll know you’ve made the right choice.