Travellers in Italy restaurant marks first birthday with Prosecco, Pasta and Puccini

Prosecco, Pasta and Puccini night at Ramsgate’s Travellers in Italy restaurant

Travellers in Italy restaurant in Ramsgate is celebrating its first birthday by hosting a Prosecco, Pasta and Puccini night.

Travellers in Italy opened last Summer in the former Nat West/Pizza Express building. The property is Grade II listed and dates back to circa 1893.

The venue, which can cater for around 70 customers, is one of the additions to James’s portfolio, joining the Royal Harbour Hotel, the intimate 30-cover Empire Room in Nelson Crescent and the Little Ships restaurant just a few steps away on the harbour front.

Mediterranean warmth inside Travellers in Italy

The former bank manager’s office is now a private function area while downstairs four bank safes and  the original steel doors remain.

The kitchen is open so diners can see the food being prepared.

Opera D’Amici Singers will entertain on Wednesday, September 14 while diners enjoy a Mediterranean themed three-course meal from head chef Craig Mather.

The music selection will be well-loved opera classics and show tunes.

Travellers in Italy

Restaurant owner James Thomas said: “Our customers loved the last two Opera D’Amici performances, as did our team; we couldn’t wait to invite them back again.”

The event starts at 6.45pm. Cost is £56pp.

To book your place call (01843) 260 866.

Find the menu of the facebook pager here

4 Comments

  1. £56pp for some prosecco, pasta and puccini, they are having a laugh aren’t they, that is pure greed to charge that much for what you get!. More fool anyone that pays that!

  2. Apart from the £56.00 PP for P.P and more P. These guys that own and run the place have done a great job.
    Hopefully they will expand locally, that area is changing Some multi storey buildings with a ground floor pub are changing to holiday lets with no bar.

    Wishing them a happy birthday !

  3. Empire Room and Little Ships used to be great. The former no longer allows dogs and the latter charges 26p for a miserly portion of ketchup. I don’t go to either anymore and haven’t bothered to try Travellers in Italy because of my experience

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