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Cooking has become an art, a noble science; Chefs are gentlemen (Robert Burton)
A few words about us
Let us introduce ourselves
In over three years from when Aromi Diversi is open, we have served many customers, most of whom were satisfied by the service, the quality and variety of ingredients offered in the dishes of our menu.
How do we understand if a customer is satisfied? First of all by his reactions in front of our dishes, how much the guest eat and how many food he advances, but these are only clues, another way – certainly more reliable – is his return to eat with us (despite in the island there are a myriad of other restaurants) and then from the reviews on the social networks.
Obviously we’d like to be appreciated by the totality of the customer even if we do not claim to all the pleasure and it shows that on our several feed-backs (the date of this article) only 4 are negative, the reasons are in our view, specious, and range from the quality of a wine (the cheapest on our wine list), to traffic noise, a blackout,
the presence of pets that gravitate in the area of the restaurant (we are pleased to offer entry to anyone with their pets and for this reason we exposes the entrance to a special welcome pets sign), at the price of some of our dishes (clearly declared on the menu), the lack of creaminess of a dish of pasta (spaghetti carbonara), left to cool because busy taking photographs to our stunning sunsets, in short, with all due respect for the customer who “is always right”, those are objections so specious as inconsistent.
A bad review is like baking a cake with all the best ingredients and having someone sit on it. (Danielle Steel)
In short, make everyone happy is practically impossible, we are kind, helpful, we offer what we hold in order to make our guests happy.
Years of experience