About Cavallino Ristorante
More about the restaurant: Cavallino Ristorante
More than just an upscale Italian restaurant, Cavallino Ristorante on Yulong Avenue is a multi-purpose restaurant catering for all functions including weddings. There’s a lot going on at this Terrey Hills family restaurant, ranging from Sunday roasts to pizza-baking classes. With a wine list spanning several pages, Cavallino impresses Sydney’s would-be sommeliers, all the while keeping gourmets satisfied with a menu packed with quality antipasti, homemade pastas, wood-fired pizzas and decadent desserts.
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From Monday to Thursday night, Cavallino Ristorante on Yulong Avenue offers some serious discounts on their superlative Italian cuisine. On Monday nights, for example, diners can choose to pay a reasonable fee and have access to as much pizza al taglio (pizza by the slice) as they can eat. Sunday roasts are especially beloved at Sydney’s Cavallino, where diners can enjoy a hearty plate of roast with baked vegetables while listening to live music performed on the restaurant’s garden terrace. And if you’ve been looking for that perfect spot to get married, throw an amazing birthday bash or organize a corporate gathering, it doesn’t get much better than at Cavallino in Terrey Hills. With four separate bookable areas, you can pick the setting that’s right for you, or simply hire out the whole venue, which can accommodate up to 350 guests standing.
Cavallino Ristorante is a foodie paradise, drawing in Sydney’s most discerning gourmands and food critics. Despite its popularity with the gourmet crowd, Terrey Hills’ Cavallino remains down to earth and accessible to any diner that appreciates superb Italian cuisine. The pizzas are incredible, as are the homemade pastas. Try the Calabrese, a pizza topped with mozzarella, ham, Italian sausage, mild salami and olives. If that’s a bit too meaty for your tastes, we recommend the Vegetariana, a pizza that’s covered from edge to edge in mozzarella, mushrooms, eggplant and zucchini. Pasta-wise, you can’t go wrong with the linguine allo scoglio, linguine cooked with prawns, calamari, mussels, salmon, San Marzano tomato and chilli. Don’t neglect to look at Cavallino’s dessert menu – an order of fritelle con Nutella is a sinfully delicious choice. Reservations are an absolute must.