Farina 00 Pasta & Wine has hit Adelaide’s Italian scene with a big shot of authenticity and style, characteristics found not just in the food but the vibe, atmosphere and design of this spot in Hyde Park. As the name suggests, Farina 00 does two things very well, using prized Stagioni 5 ‘00’ flour imported from Italy to make fresh pasta every day and arming themselves with a good showing of Australian and southern Italian wines. Everything from the arancini di agnello to the rich homemade tomato pasta sauce, as well as an addictive Nutella semifreddo, shows an acute understanding of traditional Italian techniques. Farina 00 is on King William Street, not far from both Goodwood and Millswood stations.
The location also features a new outdoor dining and function space called Bar Zero which can accommodate up to 100 people. If you’re interested in holding a private event, please contact Farina 00 with your enquiry.
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The music could be described as anti diner. Why anyone would play a series of folk style voice tracks at the volume we experienced is beyond me. We were there to eat, not listen to folk music. The music and the volume detracted from an otherwise pleasant dining experience.
My favourite restaurant for dinner and take away! Always so yummy and good serving sizes!
Great place for dinner and take away! Fast and convenient!
Adelaide’s Italian dining scene might not be as well known as those of Lygon Street in Melbourne or Norton Street in Sydney, but down in Goodwood, they have a restaurant that is the equal of anything in Carlton or Leichhardt. Farina 00 Pasta & Wine specialise in, well, pasta and wine, two of the key elements of Italian cuisine, and they use only the finest ingredients to make the most of both of them. They exclusively use Stagioni 5 ‘00’ flour – the best there is – as well as imported Italian tomatoes, cheese and plenty more. Take a trip to King William Street in Goodwood and let them show you the best.
The best Italian cuisine requires time and effort, and at Farina, they really let their ingredients do the talking. Their pappardelle is accompanied by 8 hour roasted rabbit in marjoram and hazelnuts, their lamb is also long braised and comes in a house tomato sauce with 24-month aged parmesan and their casarecce included smoked pancetta, crack black pepper and eggs. In short, if you’re after some of the best Italian food in Adelaide, then you need to be at Farina on King William Street in Goodwood. Book now.
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