Every suburb of Sydney needs an Italian restaurant it can rely on, and in Bacco Re, the people of Enfield have theirs. Just off Liverpool Road, the small but completely dedicated team at Bacco Re do everything they can to make their guests happy, the restaurant itself is stylish and rustic and the menu, well, it’s pasta and pizza done absolutely right. Classic flavour combinations make up the bulk of it, the prices are sublime and it’s really very difficult to go wrong. Reserve a table now.
Would of been nice to know that they are no longer operating as we got to the restaurant only to find a for lease sign on the windows
All good - lovely casual Italian eatery with delicious food
The food is delicious and the staff is friendly. Don't have many wine options. Would be great if there was a wine menu as you have to check the wines at the shelf and ask the price one by one.
The food at Bacco Re has a great reputation in Enfield and indeed other surrounding areas of Sydney, and as we’re assuming the food is why you’re here, we’ll get straight to it. Begin your visit to Liverpool Road with traditional antipasti, mixed and paired however you like best. We were particular fans of the swordfish rolls with a light Italian-style breadcrumb, the arancini Siciliani, and the Australian mussels with white wine, garlic, black pepper, parsley and lemon. Alternatively, Bacco Re sure know how to make a refreshing salad, or put together a sharing plate.
You won’t find better pasta dishes at any other Italian restaurant in Enfield. There, we said it and we’re not sorry. Dishes like the homemade tortellini stuffed with salmon and saffron cream and prawns really do put a smile on your face, as does the daily risotto special. In terms of pizza, most are classically-topped and you have the option of either a mozzarella base, pizza bianche, or tomato and mozzarella, pizze rosse. Bacco Re really is worth the trip from just about anywhere in Sydney, and it’s absolutely worth reserving a table in advance.