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Description This release presents the Francesca Zambello production of Puccini's much-loved four-act opera recorded at the San Francisco Opera in 1988. Mirella Freni and Luciano Pavarotti are featured in the titl... more

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“Pleased with Puccini !”

published 29/09/2011

AdvantagesVery cheap prices, clean, friendly service, central location

DisadvantagesRestaurant is quite dark, tables are close together

...food we wanted to dine on a budget therefore wanted to eat at more value for money establishment. After asking around within my group of friends the general recommendation for quality Italian food at a low price was Puccini. ***Puccini Restaurant*** The description of the restaurant on the website is ?inspired by the elegant charm of classic Italian ristorante, Puccini brings the true ?taste...

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AdvantagesVillazón's voice, Boaz Daniel's duet with Netrebko

DisadvantagesNetrebko's voice isn't as light as my feeling a Mimi should be

...Puccini's most popular opera, La Bohème is based on a novel by Henri Murger. The opera takes place in 1860 bohemian Paris, where starving artists are trying to make their name in the world. The poet Rodolfo meets seamstress Mimi and they fall in love and despite hunger and cold, they enjoy a whirlwind romance, surrounded by their friends. But fate is against them, as Mimi is dying, and things...

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“A truly hidden gem”

published 14/05/2003

AdvantagesWarm, welcoming, exquisite food, great staff.

DisadvantagesMay be a little expensive for some, you will have to book in advance.

...and wine to Manchester. The local paper (Manchester Evening News) has described Puccini?s as a, ?Hidden Gem?, and this is statement I do agree with. The paper also recommends its service and warm atmosphere. The restaurant is apparently named after Giacomo Puccini, who was an Italian composer famous for his love of food and good company and also for his exotic operas during the 1890s. Atmosphere...

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