- Last Tuesday of the month at
Chianti Restaurant in Falkirk from 7 to 11 pm


  - Second Wednesday of the month at
Giuliano's on the shore in Leith (Edinburgh)

- Third Wednesday of the month at
La Salute in West Calder, from 7 to 11 pm

- Last Wednesday of the month at
Cibo Restaurant in Milton Bridge, Edinburgh from 7 to 11 pm


  - First Thursday of the month at
Da Claudio in Motherwell from 7 to 11 pm

- Third Thursday of the month at

La Ciociara in Stirling from 7 to 10.30

- Last Thursday of the month at
Anema e core in Dalkeith from 7 to 11 pm


-  Last Friday of the month at

Ristorante Amaretto in 60 Main St, Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire, PA11 3AB


Every Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6.30 at Mediterraneo in Ingram Street, Merchant City, Glasgow


- First Sunday of the month at
Little Italy in Penniquilk 5 to 8 pm

- Second Sunday of the month at
Incontri in Dunfermline from 5 to 9 pm

Here's some of customers comments:

Just a quick text to thank you for yesterday Roberto...
you were your usual brill self everyone was saying how great you were all night you really made Maxene's day special and I thank you sincerely   
David  Lennon            

-Dear Roberto, 
I want to thank you so much for playing @ Ilana &Fabrizios wedding it was absolutely fabulous 
Everyone loved your music & all Italian songs made it all so lovely.
I am sorry I never got chance to say bye to you but hope to meet you again soon!
It was a truly amazing weddibg was a pleasure having you there 
Vivien & Edward

just got home last night and we had the best time ever!! 
Definitely the best day of our lives. 
Your talent certainly enhanced our Wedding! 
You created a beautiful ambiance with your talents which has been commented upon over and over again via texts and whatsapp. 
Your song choices were also perfect! 
Words seriously can't describe how much I appreciate your work. 
Many thanks
Tracy Hill

-Hi Roberto
Thank you so very much for playing at our wedding. 
You made the service quite unique and special for us. 
Our guests absolutes loved ur music. 
We will remember it forever x
Love and best wishes 
Caron and Paul Tortolani xx

Many thanks for your fantastic singing and musicianship, and for helping to make Saturday night a memorable occasion for both of us.
In spite of repeated delays, you managed to gauge your audience and enthral them with your amazing renditions of Dancing Queen, Con te Partiro andNessun Dorma, amongst many others! We can only apologise for the lengthy delay before your "secondhalf" and are extremely appreciative of the added time you provided; as always, you are so obliging.
Our special evening would not have been complete without your presence and we are very grateful for the sacrifices made and re-organisation of your regular bookings.
With much appreciation,
your number 1 & number 2 fans,
Robbie & Patricia

-Hi Roby 
Thank you so very much for your wonderful performance today (as always) :-). 
Everyone commented on how much they really enjoyed your singing. 
Antonio was so overwhelmed when he saw you there. 
He said that was the best surprise of all. 
Alla prossima :-) 

-Dear Roberto,
this is the first time my housband Pat and I have ever heard you played here, but never had the opportunity to go...
Today, mother's day, Pat volunteered to take me and not drink, and do the driving... I've appreciated this very much as so really enjoyed your music, especially that you gave us our own private dance area next to you...
Thank you so much for this, you made our day, not just 'my' mother's day but both of our day...
Love from Margaret and Pat xxx
hope to see you in the near future...

-Hi Roberto
I'm writing to say a big thank you for entertaining us at Airth Castle yesterday. 
You were absolutely amazing and wish you had been able to play on as everyone wanted to hear more. I'm sorry we weren't able to thank you personally but we didn't want to interrupt you. 
My father who was sitting next to you the whole time was in awe of you and can't stop talking about how wonderful you were. 
So thank you again and I will certainly pass your name on to friends and family.
Best regards
Ian and Irene Rayne 

-Hi Roberto,
Just a quick mail to say how much we all enjoyed your performance for us on Christmas Eve at the Bothwell Bridge Hotel.
As I looked around the table of my guests, all I could see was happy smiling faces - they all commented how much your playing and singing contributed to the event. Well done.
I hope you have a happy and peaceful Christmas and New Year.
I look forward to seeing you soon.
Nigel Durno.

-Hi Roberto,
Just to say thank-you for a lovely afternoon from all at Brookwell Court...
Hoping to see you back again "SOON"

-Hi Roberto
Really enjoyed your music at Riva last night, such a pity their were a few really loud diners, see you soon
Christine Kincaid

-Hello Roberto. 
Many thanks for coming along to our club on 11th Dec. 2014 to entertain the Senior Section of the club.
We really enjoyed your music and singing. 
All members of the club that I spoke to were delighted with your choice of tunes and songs. 
The overall opinion was 'We must have him back again'. 
All being well, we will certainly keep you on our list of contacts for a later date. 
Thanks from all who attended on that day. 
Jim Pettie, Senior Section Treasurer.

Gary Ralston's 

Chianti Restaurant review

A NIGHT in the shadow of the Kelpies ended with memories of the Rat Pack in the casinos of Monte Carlo.

Chianti music man Roberto Enzo missed the chance to play in the backing band of Frank Sinatra when Ol’ Blue Eyes sadly popped his clogs.

Roberto was riding high in April when he won the gig in the South of France only to be shot down in May when his idol was called to play his last concert at the Pearly Gates.

Oh well, That’s Life.

Roberto, from Venice, gave up a sterling career as a session musician to stars such as Sarah Vaughan and Sammy Davis Jr after falling in love with Scotland during a holiday to these shores.

The musical arrangement of his career was quickly rewritten to include numbers such as Luck Be Aberlady, New Wick, New Wick and, that old Aberdeenshire favourite, I’ve Got You Under My Skene.

He plays Chianti on the last Tuesday of every month, a fact of which my mucker Scooby and I were oblivious when we walked into the place and found it so rammed you’d have thought Dean Martin’s estate had offered the residents of Falkirk a free night on the fizz.

for afternoon tea in Edinburgh this Mother's Day Roberto was clearly the draw, although the food played a major supporting role at the restaurant, opened for the last three years just off the slip road of the M9.

Roberto’s flowers to throw at his feet while DJ Scooby, fresh from a top 10 last month in the European dance charts, was adding drum and bass in his head and dreaming of another Ibiza floor filler (incidentally, Scooby has just decided to write his autobiography. Can any friends who know what he was doing between 1991-2008 please drop him a line?).

 John Gibson: A bit of a squeeze with Roberto Enzo

Now he tells me. 
He’s the greatest accordionist I’ve heard, the more with Tito Burns no longer with us, but Roberto Enzo, below, had me believe his skill with the instrument was honed in East Kilbride, where he lives. Little did I know, though it’s not beyond belief, that he was taught in Venice, his home town. 
He was world champion by the time he emigrated to the UK and he, for a long time, had a Monday night residency at Giuliano’s in Leith, on the Shore. 
Says the multi-talented Roberto: "I’ve been here some 20 years, virtually as long as Giuliano himself. 
My favourite gig, although I put myself about every night of the week, to Falkirk, Kirkintilloch and Bridge of Allan. I’ve a mortgage to pay and besides, I’m a carer since my wife became an invalid after a fall at home." 
Roberto was classically trained but he is, too, a swinger. 
His repertoire on Monday included The Way You Look Tonight, Isn’t She Lovely and For Once in My Life. 
It was Edinburgh College psychology student Sara Kechida’s 18th birthday at the next table. 
The striking brunette slipped me a piece of the cake. 
So it was a good night for me altogether. The music, like the celebratory cake, was good enough to eat. 
Giuliano Binanti has booked Roberto for Hogmanay. 
The accordion will be intoxicating. 
Created by Roberto Enzo Accordionist