Bar Milazzo’s sleek wood and chrome premises along Bridge Street and towards the Circular Quay end of Sydney’s central business district is a clear indication of the Italian chic at work in the kitchen. At once a cafe, bar, and restaurant, Bar Milazzo is popular among the city crowd, invariably looking for a touch of class when they seek to impress, or simply drop in somewhere for a glass of fine wine and a modest plate of authentic pasta. Centrally located, Milazzo is also sought-after for office catering and functions. Book now to sample Bar Milazzo’s effortless Italian fare.
Bar Milazzo’s secret weapon is its five-star-hotel-trained chef, a champion in the kitchen when it comes to authentic Italian cuisine. You need this kind of pedigree to survive among the many Italian restaurants in Sydney’s central business district, all laying a claim to being the finest in the city, and all catering to a well-heeled and discerning crowd of connoisseurs. Bar Milazzo’s Bridge Street premises are open early for breakfast and roll out the Italian classics right through to lunch, with plenty of casual wine bar action in between.
The business lunch hungry looking for Italian in Sydney’s CBD need go no further than Bar Milazzo, whose menu is dotted with classics Italian dishes and contemporary interpretations thereof. For some, selection from the extensive antipasti menu is enough – Pugliese burrata with wild rocket and cherry tomatoes, 12-month-aged Parma prosciutto with rock melon, anchovies with black truffle and artisan bread, or a platter of Italian cheeses and cured meats. Those looking to indulge are advised to head for Bar Milazzo’s homemade pasta dishes, or go for a traditional pizza. Bar Milazzo’s wine list is suitably refined, also, with plenty of Italian vintages on offer. And, while Bar Milazzo is ideal for casual Italian dining, its other forte is serving the central business district as a n external catering service, whether for birthdays, corporate function, or private dinner parties at home.