5 items tagged "Italian"

  • Granata's at Pemulwuy

    Nestled near the gumtrees of the Pemulwuy neighbourhood sits a modern, Italian café. We visited on a Sunday morning for brunch and lots of locals had a similar idea. Though bustling with diners sitting inside and outside the café as well as nearby residents popping in for their morning coffee, the food at Granata's still comes out fresh and fast.

  • Pizza in Western Sydney: The Italian Bistro

    When it comes to pizza, western Sydney has a lot more to offer than the standard Hawaiian (though we do love a slice of the ole’ ham and pineapple). Many cuisines have also recreated the traditionally Italian fare with their own twists. Stay tuned as we share our favourite pizza places throughout the west.

  • Port Bar & Restaurant Parramatta

    If you are looking for waterfront dining in the heart of western Sydney, look no further than Port Bar, Parramatta. In prime position, right at the ferry wharf, Port Bar serves delicious, generous portions of your favourite Italian dishes. My friend Nat and I went to Port Bar for lunch to celebrate her birthday on a sunny summer’s day.

  • Sicilian, Parramatta

    If you take a walk along Parramatta’s vibrant Eat Street on any day or night of the week, you will find yourself tempted by dozens of eateries that can offer you the world on a plate. Sicilian is one of the long stayers along this Church Street strip, and it’s also one of the biggest restaurants in the area. For just on ten years, Sicilian has been serving modern Italian food and woodfire pizza in the heart of Parramatta. We stopped by for dinner to find out for ourselves why Sicilian has become a permanent fixture on Eat Street.  

  • Smithfield's Neighbourhood Gem: Candelori's

    Last Friday night after a less than average week, I forced my boyfriend to wine and dine me. He took me, under instruction, to Smithfield’s classy Italian dining spot, Candelori’s. I had already spent an hour or so carefully reading through the extensive menu before we had even arrived, but still took my time trying to work out what I should get once I got there - which is very rare for me!