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Consistently ranked as one of the top-rated restaurants in the Castle Hill region, Cibo e Vino has long been a destination for Rouse Hill locals and Sydney’s fans of fine Italian cuisine. Since 2007, Cibo e Vino has built trust with local suppliers so they can bring only the freshest produce to diners at Cibo’s Panmure Street premises, as would be expected of even the smallest village restaurant in Italy. This attention to detail is matched by the kitchen’s confident hand when it comes to crafting each dish: on the nose and authentic every time, with the odd splash of contemporary flair for good measure. While the focus here is divine homemade pasta, the menu is classically Italian in scope. Beloved by locals, we recommend you always book ahead for a table at this well-regarded Sydney Italian restaurant.
Like any good regional Italian ristorante, Cibo e Vino curates its menu the sensible way: entrees and salads to start, primi and secondi piatti (that’s pasta, risotto, and gnocchi to the uninitiated, followed by meat, fish, and vegetarian mains), plenty of sides to choose from, and delectable desserts. Our picks would have to be the calamari fritti, dusted and fried Sydney squid with rocket and lemon and served with a Cibo’s homemade tangy tartare, the penne with spanner crabs and mussels, and the slowly braised lamb shanks. This last is sourced from certified bush lamb, imparting a fantastically rich flavour, and cooked the traditional way with sago flour and herbs. Cibo e Vino is a regional Italian ristorante, serving the good people of Rouse Hill from its Panmure Street premises.
As for the desserts, take your pick from Cibo e Vino’s praline semifreddo, Amaretto creme brulee, tiramisu, or scoops of pure Italian gelato. On the subject of desserts, it pays to remember that younger guests to this Rouse Hill local Italian restaurant eat free, making Cibo a top destination for family outings. Another highlight beyond the a la carte menu is that Sydney’s real aficionados of Italian cuisine can indulge in fantastic cooking classes, learning from the masters in the restaurant’s Panmure Street kitchen and finishing by presenting a three-course menu to your friends and family. Whatever your plans, be sure to reserve your tables.