They believe in the goodness of quality, this attitude has shaped the hands-on approach at Doppio Zero . Every season they revisit menu’s with some fresh ideas and seasonal ingredients. Doppio Zero love entertaining and so they celebrate each season with fresh campaigns and specialita on dishes or products that they love.
A lovely looking restaurant on the bustling Plein Street, is the perfect location to drop in for lunch. Except you can’t just make it a quick stop. It took more than 10 minutes for someone to take a drinks order so by the time someone arrived, we placed our food order as well. We were told that we couldn’t have certain items due to load shedding, which is fair but then one expects the waiter to know what these items are - not run back to the kitchen after every mentioned item. Further, our food took 20-25 minutes (sandwich) and arrived without the side. After asking where the salad is, I was asked whether I wanted salad. Um, it comes with a side salad, right?
The food was not bad.
Again, another 5-10 minutes before cleared our table.
We eventually got up to go ask and pay for our bill.
A bit of Johannesburg comes to Stellenbosch. Doppio Zero stays true to the franchise name and sells bistro food. Theres pizzas, pastas and some heartier meals on the menu. They offer bowls which are on trend and also some tapas options. Quite a sizable restaurant with a nice modern interior. Its quiet during the week - it is brand new - and busy on weekend evenings. I found the food to be standard - the type of food I would only eat during work lunch breaks. There arent other restaurants like this so there is definitely a market. If your going for Pizza then rather go next dooe CalCacchio which I believe sells better pizzas.