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


- 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 my customers comments:

Roberto Enzo u were absolutely out of this world playing after the Ceremony and throughout dinner. So much so we had the Conga going on between courses!! I have never laughed liked that in such a long time! 
Kerry & Yuri Bronzina

Dear Roberto, what can I say! I don't know where to begin! 
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for making our daughter's wedding a day to remember! I have been inundated with text messages of appreciation of your music and the wonderful day we all had. Even the management at Crossbasket were amazed. My sister and brother law live in Canada and they said they would fly you over if their son gets married one day! It was truly magical. 
Thank you so, so much Roberto and hope to see you again soon in one of the restaurants you play in. 
Maria Pia xxx

Hi Roberto thank you so so much for coming and playing at my party.  
You made the night, fabulous  music. 
Thanks again 
Ruth  Musardo

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