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Review - Made In Italy

Does My Bomb Look Big In This?


An Italian trattoria aims to be more casual than a restaurant, but a little classier than a pub. This gleaming glass box caught my eye by being well patronised on most evenings I drove past – my assumption was that they must be doing something right.



Upon closer examination, it’s warm and inviting inside, and their pizzas are definitely the draw-card. The Pizza Bianca ($25) with Parma prosciutto, rocket and sweet shaved Parmigiano-Reggiano is thin, crisp, and not weighed down by excess toppings – bellissimo - particularly with a glass from their small but affordable selection of Italian and Australian wines.



The chock full specials board holds gems like an Insalata of Figs, Prosciutto and Buffalo Mozzarella ($20) made great by perfectly ripe, fleshy figs against salty pig and creamy cheese.



From the regular menu there’s crisp Zucchini Flowers ($20) stuffed with more creamy Buffalo mozzarella, ricotta and anchovies;



and a Fritto Misto ($20) that employs the proximity of the Sydney Seafood Market to full effect.



New chef Franco Berlusconi’s mains are competent – I tried the Scaloppina al Limone ($25)



and the Scotch Fillet ($27) with crispy pancetta, porcini and red wine jus.



Both come with a well-cooked selection of vegetables.

 

Kids are welcomed, dress is casual, prices are reasonable.

Made in Italy
G01/55 Miller Street, Pyrmont
Ph: (02) 9518 8182

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minxyminou
Apr. 20th, 2010 06:31 am (UTC)
Mmmm fig dish. One of my boys keeps raving about this place. Will have to check it out one of these days.
(Anonymous)
Apr. 20th, 2010 08:32 am (UTC)
ive been looking for my 'GOAL' restaurant, this may be it !
(Anonymous)
Apr. 20th, 2010 09:09 am (UTC)
Everything looks super tasty! I love the look of the figs, zucchini flowers & both the mains. Love how they come with a dish of veges too. Must try this place!
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