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Serving up rustic Italian fare in a chic and sophisticated space in Randwick, Baccomatto Osteria is Italian dining at its finest. This is the kind of place where the chefs are singing in the kitchen as they make fresh pasta on marble benchtops and where you’re greeted like an old friend when you walk through the doors. This cosy hatted osteria and wine bar, located on Barker Street, is one of Sydney’s best when it comes to authentic, wholesome and outrageously delicious food. This is a dining experience like no other meaning reservations are essential.
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The move from Surry Hills has not affected the quality or service at this restaurant. Every part of the journey from booking to dining was excellent. We were happy to follow the team over to the Randwick site (which is a little out of the way till you work it out) and we are glad we did. Can’t wait to go again.
Lovely place and dinner was great. Will come back again.
Paulo was a total gentleman! The bar staff were thoroughly engaging! A really perfect night out - we will be back! Grazie Miele
So what can you expect from Baccomatto Osteria? Well, this award-winning hatted restaurant is home to a menu brimming with Italian classics and specialty signature dishes that will quite literally have you weak at the knees. Perfectly matching its chic decor, there is an air of cafe-meets-wine bar in this Randwick haven, yet the food is truly world-class – even nonna would be impressed. While the menu changes at Baccomatto Osteria according to season, you can expect starters along the lines of warm cuttlefish salad with zucchini and citrus, salted cod and potato croquettes and delectable tomato and basil meatballs. Also worth a look is the design-your-own antipasti platter with a range of charcuterie dishes you really want to be trying.
Then, for the main event, Sydney’s Baccomatto Osteria offers buckwheat cannelloni with sheep ricotta and Tuscan cabbage; chargrilled pork cutlets topped with almond puree, fennel and grapefruit and Roman-style lamb shoulder and vignarola that will melt in your mouth. Finally, round things off with a traditional Italian tiramisu, chocolate crusted pistachio panna cotta or affogato while you enjoy a bottle of wine from the award-winning list. With plenty more besides, including daily specials, Baccomatto Osteria on Barker Street in Randwick is one of Sydney’s premier restaurants and one that is well worth the trip.
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