November Food Adventures in Sydney
Da Vinci Italian Restaurant
Sydney suburbia hides a host of interesting ethnic restaurants catering primarily for the locals, but for some, their reputation definitely goes far beyond. Da Vinci is a case in point. Prominently displaying its Italian heritage in a stunning mural on the main square, you could be forgiven for thinking you are in rome rather than Summer Hill, Sydney...
"we take pride in knowing every dish we serve is authentic, tasty and good for yu, jut like our mamas used to cook for us" says Nicola on their website... And it shows!
A group of Sydney bloggers were invited by Rebecca Varidel of Inside Cuisine and Sydney Scoop fame. And I was lucky to be on the list! We had many pizza and then their famous gelati
iWe all know that a good pizza starts with a good base, and this one is one of the best I have had a chance to taste. Either Rosso or bianco, we sampled height different size, and the stars of the show were the dough and the fior di latte cheese. Even with no appetite left, we were all keen to have more...
And then, there is Gelatony... Tony originally from Sicily, first moved to Rome to open his first shop there and finally moving to Sydney 15 years ago and the rest is history, as they say...
Matthew Evans at Essential Ingredient ROzELLE
Born in France, well travelled, relocated to Sydney in 1997.
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