King William Road is known for it's diversity of restaurants from Italian to Indian, Greek to Chinese, even brekkie to dessert. This is where an establishment like Godi La Vita fits in perfectly as the newest addition to the prestigious area.
We attended the opening night which showcased the antipasti, mains and wines on offer, as well as flavoursome desserts and an irresistible range of cheeses. The atmosphere is unique, creating a modern vibe as soon as you walk in the door, where you can smell the Italian aromas coming from the kitchen. You can indulge in a wonderful platter of Bottega Rotolo cheeses and some vino after work with friends, even munge on an Italian feast and finish the night with a traditional tiramisu and espresso martini #getinmabelly.
Godi La Vita offers everything you want in an Italian eatery and more! Owners Federico and Laurie Godi are keen to introduce their own Godi La Vita South Australian wines, as well as offering an extensive wine list. This establishment offers a great breakfast menu, lovely on-the-go lunch choices, and a large dining and take-away menu for dinner. Your after work dinner hassles are sorted with Godi La Vita!
Be sure to check out Godi La Vita at 162b King William Rd, Hyde Park. They're open Tuesday to Friday 11am-9:30pm and Saturday/Sunday 8:30am-10pm, check out their website, Facebook and Instagram for food porn and important updates. Thank you to the team at Godi La Vita for having us on your special night, we hope to be back soon!
Images via Godi La Vita Instagram & This Is Radelaide Instagram.
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