There are some dishes you probably wont see on a Southern Italian menu - like the home-made bread and parmesan pasta (which seems distantly related to Spätzle) served with tasty Eastern King Prawns, cherry tomatoes and wild fennel ($27). It's good, and weird at the same time.
Vegetarians are sure to be pleased by the giant field mushrooms entree, and three different types of pasta on the menu - I recommend the gorgeous home-made pasta stuffed with spinach and marjoram, in a creamy, dreamy walnut sauce ($27).
But it doesn't get much better than their Warm Chocolate Torte served with Caramelised Fig Icecream ($13). It explodes with warm brown goo went gently nudged with a spoon. My photo does it no justice.
The chef (Davide Lagomarsino) is handsome, and jocular - as well he should be. The food rocks. I have found my Italian restaurant, and I've never been that big a fan. It outdid Grappa.
2-14 Bunn Street
Ph: (02) 9552 1509