Urbanspoon reviews by Paul Mercurio

NOT A JOKE: Superdancer of No Award’s childhood, Paul Mercurio, has an Urbanspoon account and he really, really cares about your food.  Paul thinks every dining experience is the Pan Pacifics, and it’s great. He just wants you to be happy!

Volpino - Excellent food and service. "We went to Volpino on Friday night for my Mum's 79th birthday - there were 12 of us and there no complaints from any one! From the outset the service was excellent, very attentive without being pushy and considering how busy they were that night we never had to wait for service or assistance. I love the menu it is the sort of food I enjoy eating and in fact the sort of food I love to cook. The pizza was very authentic, thin crust simple toppings fresh good quality ingredients. I had squid ink pasta with seafood - all of it delicious and the serving size was spot on. My wife had the fish which was delicate fresh clean and also delicious. I could go on about all of the dishes we ordered and ate but quite simply the food and the service was excellent and I was impressed. They were also happy for us to bring in a birthday cake which they hid and then delivered to our table with candles burning. Thanks for a great night to everyone at Volpino and Friday night!! I will definitely be back. "

He wants what’s best for you!

Cammeray Craft - Excellent

He doesn’t want to tell you bad news, but he’s just so disappointed and all he wants is for you to do well!

He knows that when you’re doing work you can still find time for a nice meal.

Zonzo - An absolute delight

He used to own a restaurant called Merc’s Bier, and he totally supports you if you need to be alone – Paul would never shame you for dining on your own.

His Urbanspoon account is a delight:

Look at his excitement! So great.

See more from Paul on Urbanspoon or Twitter. Nobody quote Strictly Ballroom at him or I’ll be very disappointed in you. (You can quote it at me though. Never get tired of NEW STEPS)

4 thoughts on “Urbanspoon reviews by Paul Mercurio

  1. His name comes up regularly in relation to craft beer events, which just goes to show ballroom dancing is a gateway to excellent taste. Or something.

  2. “Where do you think we’d be if everyone went around making up their own steps?”

    “Out of a job.”

    (Sorry, couldn’t resist. Need to watch that movie again right now!)

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