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About Di Valletta Restaurant
Enjoy breathtaking views of Grandover Resorts lush garden and the rolling terrain of our East golf course in DiValletta, Grandovers AAA awarded restaurant. The elegant dining room features a large ceiling mural themed after Malta, a Mediterranean Island south of Sicily. Enjoy our affordable, upscale cuisine prepared in an open kitchen. If it is Chilean Sea Bass crusted with Macadamia Nuts over Black Truffle Risotto and Porcini Mushroom Cream Sauce or a Southern favorite of Lobster and Shrimp served over local Stoned ground Grits with Sharp Wisconsin Cheddar, DiValletta's Chef's are sure to please.
Greensboro, NC 27407
Continental, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 6:00am - 11:00am;
Brunch: Sunday: 11:30am - 2:30pm;
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 2:30pm;
Dinner: Daily: 5:30pm - 10:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Ample parking is provided within the Hotels lot as well Valet parking.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Di Valletta Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Greensboro residents think of it as a resort restaurant and don't think of it for everyday dining. It's fine dining at a very reasonable price and we love to go there. I'm always surprised it's not very busy unless there is a big event in town when the hotel is full.
I felt like I was special guest and I had a private reservation there is no one else where we were at the climb it was beautiful the sunset was gorgeous , The people were so nice and they even took a picture for me I really appreciate it and I will be coming back
Great service, lovely venue. My companion had filet & eggs which he loved. I had the brie & asparagus omelet. Oddly, the brie was not warm and still had the rind attached. Perhaps that was intended, but I found it offputting. The rest of my meal was superb.
Let me first say that we have been to this restaurant 7-8 times - most recently for our wedding reception which was fantastic . The food is always good , creative menu wine list is ample and the hostess is very friendly and engaging . However, this time the service provided by the floor manager and waiter was at a new low level for this restaurant . The waiter didn't know the dishes and when pressed for specifics on how a dish was prepared just said - it was one of his favorite dishes in the restaurant . In addition , I asked him to decant the bottle of wine we ordered as I felt that based on the "first taste" that it could benefit from breathing . He really didn't know how to do that properly as he abruptly poured the entire bottle into the decanter forgetting to slowly retain the last few drops of sediment in the bottle . Then when he filled our glasses he caught the drop on the spout of the decanter with his finger . For a diner - this would be OK. Then at the end of the meal the floor manager came around to each table like a robot and asked if everything was "ok" ? I replied that it was not as good as usual and her response was " I hope that we can do better next time " . No question as to why it was not good - how it could be improved but just the assumption that we would be back and by some magic the restaurant would be able to do better . Amazing . This is not the way a top notch restaurant operates . The food is so much better than the service - the service used to be much better .
We booked in for a Sunday Brunch to celebrate our daughter and son in laws first anniversary. We have been many times over the years and really enjoyed the breakfast buffet. We were very disappointed to find this had been discontinued when we got there. We decided to stay and while the food was nice, they were very small portions, and quite expensive for what you got. We would not return unless they brought back the buffet. I believe a lot of people may feel the same way as there were not many diners, previously the place was packed. Very weird decision by management.
This was nothing very special. They were not clear that the 'special' Mother's Day buffet didn't start until 11, we were not given the option to attend the 'special' buffet and instead had their 'normal' offering, which was extremely sparse due to the attention being paid to the Mother's Day buffet. The servers were uninterested and provided mediocre service. I mentioned to multiple employees my concern and each shrugged their shoulders.
Love the restaurant and have been there before for brunch however this time they only reservation available was for breakfast. I took my entire family out for Mother's Day including my 92 year old grandmother. Our reservation was for 10:30, the BIG problem that no one comunícated with me at the time of my reservation was that the breakfast buffet closes at 11:00am. By the time our party 8 sat down and walked to get our breakfast there's was very little left and very cold. We left hungry and dissatisfied. We were not aware the breakfast ended at 11:00.
We had Easter brunch there. Waiter hardly ever came by our table. For $36 a person they should've had more than cold cuts, salad and pasta. Biggest rip off. In my role as host, It's never good to have to apologize that you didn't choose a better place to dine.
Was nice to bring the buffet brunch back for Easter. Great food choices and having it take place in the ballroom allowed more space for attendees which was a plus. I always enjoy my time at the Di Valletta and although it was not physically in the restaurant section of the hotel, the setup in the ballroom still provided that same ambiance.
I took a dear friend for lunch to celebrate her birthday. The bouquet I had ordered was on the table when we were seated by the big window with a lovely view of the garden.
We both had the salmon grilled as neither of us can have the "blackened" seasoning, it was delicious. We were treated to a delightful hazelnut dessert after our meal..
Our server Donna was courteous, accommodating and attentive, without being overbearing.
This restaurant is ranked #1 on my list of "go to" places.
We went to Di Valletta for brunch after spending the weekend at the Grandover for my birthday. We come down about once a year to stay and have eaten breakfast and now the brunch. The food and the service was good. They are very attentive to your needs. The pricing was not to much for our taste and we will be eating there again, even if we do not stay.
Very disappointed that they no longer serve the brunch they used to serve. Now it is a menu based brunch. It took 15 minutes for the waitress to come to our table after seating so we left and went to Village Tavern. Brunch off the menu (to narrow a brunch menu at that) is too pricey when there are better options.
Service the times we have gone is very inconsistent.
Really enjoyed our Valentiens Dinner. I ordered the ribeye medium rare and it was great around the edges but the center was tough and over cooked more so than the outside of the meat. My fiancée got the beef tip medallions which were excellent and then we had to ricotta strawberry cheesecake which was some of the best I've ever had. Slightly pricey for portions but overall a nice dining experience.
Had gone anticipating the brunch we'd enjoyed for many years--it was no longer available. Offered menu based brunch which was heavily weighted with breakfast types food which at 1:15 pm was not particularly desirable. We much preferred the variety of the previous brunch.
I made a reservation for a party of 10 and while we were pleasantly surprised to be seated early, the rest of our dining experience was extremely less than satisfactory. It took extremely long to even receive our drink orders and then we were informed that the wonderful brunch buffet has been eliminated from The Grandover dining experience. This option was the reason we drove from out of town to dine here for this occasion because the buffet has always been so grand in the past! This was a huge letdown but we chose to still give the new menu a try. I understand we had a large party but it took almost an hour to receive our food and the dining room was not busy at all. Myself and the birthday guest both ordered the Filet and Eggs and while my entrée was cooked correctly, his arrived completely raw inside. This is not something we would expect from The Grandover, and then the waitress did not take his entire entrée but instead, only took his steak off the plate and said they would continue to cook that and bring it back. Why was it so hard to just replace the whole entrée at this point? The meals were extremely small for the price and we all left still hungry. We felt like our drinks (Bloody Mary’s) were basically the size of our meal. We were extremely disappointed in the whole experience and honestly felt like we should have gone somewhere like The Village Tavern for that type of meal. I am not sure if the wait staff and main chef have changed recently or what the reason for the change in menu was but we were not in favor and most likely will not return based on this experience.
This restaurant was a wonderful place for our family to meet. My husband and I were greeted by Terri who made sure everything was to our liking. She quickly replaced the arm chairs at the table to accommodate our need for armless chairs. She also helped one of my sisters bring in gifts. Our dietary concerns and substitutes were handled so professionally and our server Pauli was EXCELLENT! We were treated so well by the staff that we felt comfortable staying well after the meal and were able to enjoy each other. We were in the restaurant from 12:30 to almost 3:30. Thank you Di Valletta for providing a wonderful meal and comfortable atmosphere.
Lunch was very enjoyable and the service was first rate and friendly. All of the four of us have been there before and went for our favorite salad. This salad was taken off the menu! We were disappointed but all enjoyed trying a different salad. All added grilled salmon and thought the new salads were very good.
Very good brunch!
Five of us went for brunch and enjoyed it! The breakfast selection is very good along with the salads, cheeses, and desserts. The main entrees could be improved though!!
The prime rib was very good but the hot side dishes only included rice and roasted vegetables. Although they had hash browns at the breakfast bar, mashed or scalloped potatoes would be a nice touch instead of rice!! The chicken was nothing special.
I would go again and hope they would add to the hot entree section!
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