3 Reviews
Italian, Pizzas
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Monday to Sunday 5pm till late

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R110 avg main meal
Italian, Pizzas
R110 avg main meal
Business meetings, Groups
Mastercard, Visa
Accepts credit cards, Beer served, Cocktails, Dinner, Food, Licensed, Parking, Serves food

Critic's review

  • Ambience
  • Service
  • Food

Nikita Buxton

The menu features all the old favourites, which will make fans happy. It’s all about Italian-style comforts here. Thin-based pizzas and pastas come in all shapes and forms.
Sweet and simple tomato-topped bruschetta begins the meal with a satisfying crunch. In fact, it’s impressive how fast the table wolfs them down before signaling for another round. Other easy options include antipasti of buffalo mozzarella and tomato; calamari with napolitana sauce; and chilli-laden chicken livers. There are also four different focaccias from which to choose, which is a great order for big tables.

For mains, Spiga’s pizzas are as good as ever: pleasingly thin-crust, wood-fired to perfection, and finished off – bubbling with cheese – with just the right amount of toppings. If you’re all about the mozzarella cheese-pull, the Tricolore will tick all the boxes with a Napoli sauce, buffalo mozzarella, basil pesto and peppery rocket. The Mafiosa with crispy pancetta, feta and avo, or the Siciliana with anchovies, capers and olives are also magic.

Pastas are aplenty, with around 20 options from which to choose. The al forno options are one of the favourites, whether served with lasagna, cannelloni or baked pasta pockets. There’s also simple chicken ravioli with a moreish mushroom cream, and the ever-popular linguine di casa with olive oil, chilli, garlic, prawns, white wine, and a dreamy coating of Napoli sauce.

For dessert, go big and order the molten chocolate volcano, or keep the buzz going and sip on some limoncello.

A simple wine list is available, offering familiar easy-drinking bottles in both red and white varietals. If you’re wanting to pair your pasta with something a little more special, bring your own. Refreshing gin cocktails and Aperol Spritz will also do the trick.

As friendly and welcoming as always.

The new space has a real neighbourhood charm about it. Now situated on Innes Road, the sought-after outdoor seating area overlooks Mitchell Park and swarms with locals on any given night. The lights of the surrounding suburbia add a sense of familiarity. The famous graffiti wall is also back, waiting for diners to make their mark.

Best for…
A casual Italian-style weeknight supper with friends or family.


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User reviews

3 Reviews
    An institution in Durban and definitely worth the visit! This little gem is still as good as ever and serves up, literally, the best Italian food. The pastas are incredibly tasty and the pizzas are thin, juicy and so good! I can highly recommend any of the liguines on offer. The owner is friendly and cares about each patron’s experience. The menu is extensive and is really well priced. I will return again and again.
    It's all hype and fantasy for now. Tiny restaurant with no reservations allowed means you wait ....and wait ...and wait. From past experiences at Spiga I'd wait with pleasure. However my over one and a half hour wait for a table was presented by further waiting for the food to arrive. Unfortunately twas all a wait in vain. Food was average at best. The table for four had an uninspiring seafood pasta , a bland slightly uncooked chicken ravioli, and a tasteless terrible pepperoni pizza. The one ok dish was the chicken gorgonzola Tiagelltelli. I do believe they will improve. I sure hope so but for now I'd avoid Spiga until then.

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