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CENT’ ANNI on Dandenong Road offers some seriously tasty and authentic Italian cuisine in Melbourne. Serving up all kinds of special delicacies, this traditional eatery has a menu bursting with all your favourite dishes as well as a few specialties which are sure to delight. The skilled team behind CENT’ ANNI, and its sister restaurant on Atherton Road in Oakleigh, believe in generous portions of simple dishes made using the freshest ingredients that are locally sourced where possible. And we can confirm that this results in a food offering that is absolutely delicious! So, what are you waiting for? Reserve a table today.
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If you’re heading to CENT’ ANNI Ristorante Italiano, firstly we must admit that we are very jealous indeed. The standard of traditional Italian cooking that is on offer at this Melbourne restaurant on Dandenong Road is truly second to none – except for maybe its sister restaurant on Atherton Road in Oakleigh. So, build up an appetite and loosen your belt, friends because you are in for one hell of a feast when you dine out at CENT’ ANNI. No matter if you’re trying to be a bit healthy or if you’re in the mood for a full on carb-fest, CENT’ ANNI will tick all the right boxes.
We love kicking things off at this Melbourne hotspot with some Italian antipasto to share. How about some fried rice balls by the name of arancini; meatballs in a Napoletana sauce and a sharing board with prosciutto, capicollo, salumi, parmigiano reggiano, bread, olive ascolane and artichokes? Then, for the main event at CENT’ ANNI it’s time to decide between gnocchi, salad, cannellini, ravioli, bruschette, lasagne, paninis and everything else in between. Plus, you’d have to indulge in an aperitivo or two, as true Italians do. Buon appetito!