Volare (Southport) Reviews
Newest Review: ... We didn't have to walk far. Southport is rightly famous for its arcade shop fronts, that predate those for which Paris is famous, by some years. Until recently many had fallen into disrepair and some had even been demolished but the council has been handing out grants for repairs and rebuilding but nevertheless, there are still some gaps. Volare is in the first block of arcaded shop-fronts and so you can peruse the menu in the window, sheltered from the elements, whilst deciding if this is the one for you. It didn't take us long to decide that it was although we had never eaten there before. Volare is an Italian restaurant and occup... more
Customer Volare (Southport) Reviews (1)
by - written on 03/03/09 (Very useful, 386 readings)
As you will have gathered, we are regular visitors to Southport. I have reviewed several hotels and guest houses that we have used but until now I haven't told you about any of the restaurants. We aren't often frequenters of restaurants in Southport although, for the range of styles there are few places that can offer as much variety, especially with the quality that is usually found. Recently we were once again in Southport and rather than put my mother-in-law to the hassle of preparing a meal we decided to take her out for a treat. We didn't have any particular destination or style in mind so we simply headed south from the top end of Lord Street, keeping ... Read the complete review
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