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Nobody does Italian cuisine quite like Melbourne’s Bocconcini. Italian to the core, this excellent restaurant on Barkley Street is known for its cosy setting and especially its soul-comforting Italian cuisine. Sticking to tradition, Bocconcini makes sure that diners enjoy Italian food as it should be – that’s simple, satisfying and incredibly flavourful. Open every day of the week except Monday, St Kilda's Bocconcino is a must-visit for fans of hearty, rustic cuisine.
The atmosphere was a bit ordinary. Food presentation was great. Food taste could be improved but very acceptable. Will come back again to try other dishes.
Super cute place, the food is amazing and super affordable, had dinner and sides for $50 for two people !! Only suggestion is that they change to reusable or paper straws and recycle their plastic straws at the 7/11 down the road
Both pizza and pasta were sumptuous. Staff attentive and delightful.
From pizza to seafood, the offerings at Bocconcini on St Kilda's Barkley Street are made with authenticity in mind – the pasta is fresh and made from scratch, and the desserts will put your local pastry shop to shame. The Melbourne restaurant’s atmosphere in the dining area is simple yet elegant, functioning both as a casual lunch spot for dining with friends, or the perfect date night destination. No matter what the occasion, Bocconcini is sure to impress with its fantastic cuisine and amicable service.
Pizzas at Melbourne’s Bocconcini are done both the Italian way, featuring a thin crust, or the way you’re probably used to eating it, with a slightly thicker base. We like ‘em either way – there simply isn’t a bad choice at this amazing St Kilda restaurant. Go for the Aussie topped with tomato, cheese, egg, ham and bacon, or get traditional with the Quattro Formaggi. The pastas deserve an essay all on their own, and include options like the vegetarian pumpkin ravioli with burnt sage butter and pine nuts, gnocchi gorgonzola or linguini carbonara. End with pavlova or tiramisu, then go ahead and start preparing for the next visit (booking ahead is the smart way).