About the restaurant
Bartolo in Surry Hills, Sydney is popular with lovers of Italian cuisine, as it serves up a variety of original dishes inspired by the homeland, including breakfast meatballs and the sought-after Bloody Mary mix. This all-day diner is located on the east side of the city and boasts bright décor. With food designed by the ex-head chef of Fratelli Paradiso, Teofilo Nobrega, and with bartender Grazia Di Franco also on duty, Bartolo is a lovely location to while away the afternoon hours.
Menus and wine glasses at Bartolo in Sydney are engraved with the signature of co-owner Jared Merlino's great-grandfather – giving the restaurant a family-owned feel. Weekends can get busy, so reserving a table online with Quandoo is a good option. Try the coffee granita, inspired by tastes of Sicily, or an omelette filled with cheese, bacon and broccoli. Grilled octopus with an arrabiata sauce can be sampled for lunch. An array of innovative European styled cocktails complete the deal, so don't miss out on such delights as the Sunscreen (cocoa butter, mango and rum), or Breakfast on a Verandah (mint tea, coffee, rockmelon and cachaça).
Bartolo is receiving great reviews from local patrons who love its relaxed and casual atmosphere, original and innovative dishes, and unique cocktails. The restaurant is located on Crown Street in Surry Hills and is open from 7am to midnight from Monday to Sunday. If you're a Sydney local or on holiday, this is one of the best venues to sample European cuisine. Created by the owners of Kittyhawk, Big Poppas and Lobo Plantation, this venue is sure to become a stalwart of the restaurant scene in the area. Reserve a table today!