A trattoria and deli serving rustic Italian cuisine, Albero di Limone is a foodie favourite on Old Princes Highway. Chefs Rebecca Kirk and Chris Hodges are all about simplicity, believing that the best flavours come from the purest ingredients. This philosophy carries over into the dishes on offer, which are all comforting, homemade and traditional, all made using time-honoured recipes and natural ingredients. The menu at Sydney’s Albero di Limone changes according to the seasons, so you can rest assured that you’ll be enjoying the brightest boldest flavours available. Pasta lovers are encouraged to try the house-made fettuccine with truffle butter, and parmigiano reggiano, the penne puttanesca or the orecchiette primavera, a fresh vegetarian option made with spring peas, zucchini, asparagus, and butter sauce. No matter what Italian dish you’re craving, be sure to book ahead to secure your table at this lovely Italian restaurant in Sutherland.
The restaurant has a wonderful atmosphere , the food is clean, fresh and delicious. As they now have a liquor licence this is an added bonus. The staff are efficient and friendly and nothing is too much trouble for them. Can't wait to go back.
Excellent food - rustic and full of flavour. Nice cosy atmosphere and staff were really friendly and helpful with questions about the dishes. Definitely eat there again !
Outside on a cool evening in August is probably not the best time to enjoy Albero di Lemone, but the food more then made for the minimal discomfort. The antipasto is de rigeur given they are a deli and charcuterie, and my partner loved it all -- I gave the olives & ham 100% at least. The bean bruschetta was an interesting new one for me. I had fettucini with "the best meat ragu" and it was -- I felt ready to go out and take in the spaghetti harvest all over again. My partner had the linguine with Italian sausage and mushrooms in a cream sauce -- we were sure it had fennel in it somewhere, it was all delicious. Next time we will miss out one of the courses so we can try the deserts.