Branching out from their famous joint out in Lane Cove to a new place out in Hunters Hill!
A whole 4.8km! That's roughly around 11 minutes drive depending on Sydney traffic. (If you don't believe me you can check google maps - it doesn't lie)
We called at 6.40pm to book a table as its always best to book a table, was told they can sit us down at 8pm? Sure why not, you can always go to the pub next door (Hunters Hill Hotel) to have a drink or two and visualize which delicious flavours you will be eating shortly.
Our table was not ready until 8.10pm but we were happy to wait instead of sit outside as it was freaking cold! Place was still packed and loud at this hour.
Between the 4 of us we decided a metre long pizza was in order. The 3 flavours chosen was:
Quattro Formaggi (San Marzano Tomato,fior di latte, ham, sausage, mild salami, hot salami& basil)
Diavola (San Marzano Tomato, fior di latte, hot salami, olives & basil
and the (Fior di latte, prosciutto parma, rocket, parmesan & basil on a white base).
Pizza came out in under 10mins! Perfecto! All flavours we superb! The Diavolo was spicy hot! I could only have one slice, 4 cheese pizza amazing and the best would be the proscuitto.
Staff are friendly, efficient and loud (yes majority are Italian). If you have yet to try Via Napoli - I suggest you get on it quick smart young man/lady!
Address and opening times can be found here: weebly
Great new cafe that has only been open for 3 months now. Has the industrial vibe feel with exposed brick walls and open plan kitchen.
Have tried their chicken panini and that was great, toasted with rocket, semi dried tomato and Swiss cheese! Who knew all the flavours would sync.
They have a large brick wood fired oven for their delicious pizzas! Dough is freshly made on site! Very authentic.
You can choose to sit indoors or outdoors, however, its winter and its probably freezing outside!
Coffee is good, Staff are friendly and helpful.
Lots of different specials everyday in their bain marie stand so definitely one to check out if you are in the area. Last week they had Rolled Pork Porchetta with roasted veggies......nom nom nom Delish!
Address details can be found here: weebly
I have been here a few times and every single time it has been a treat!
After visiting Salerno Gallery for the Sally Higgens - Down the rabbit hole exhibition (just across the road) we proceeded to Pastabella with hungry bellies !
The staff are friendly, although they can take time to come to you to take your order but that is a good thing as sometimes you need that extra time to decide from their vast selection of pasta or the special menu items. Too many good options!
Last visit i trialed the Fettuccine Al Gamberi - Yum!
This place is BYO which is an added bonus.
Desserts are as delicious - try the sticky date!
If you are in the Glebe area and looking for food, look no further! Reasonably priced for their authentic Italian food.
Good food, wine and company always makes a night memorable.
Address & opening hours details can be found on my Inner city - Eat Sydney page: weebly-
I like trying new things, visiting new places and going on food adventures. I keep it short, simple and sweet!