Nowhere does Italian in Moore Park like Fratelli Fresh. Located within the Entertainment Quarter, the concept of this highly sought-after Sydney group is centred on the Italian way of life and gioie della tavola, the joys of the table. What we mean, dear foodies, is that Fratelli Fresh is all about delicious food, quality wine and exceptional company. The idea is bringing together your nearest and dearest and sharing with them, at the table. Which is what we’re all about. At this branch, you’ll find a spacious and sunny beer garden with plenty of greenery and olive trees that’s perfect for soaking up the sun, Italian craft beer and some simple, classic Italian fare. Located on Bent Street, there’s only one thing left to do: book a table.
The menu was disappointing and overpriced. It’s just a pizza n pasta restaurant at unrealistic prices. Portions were entree sizes except for the Bolognese. Very disappointing. Charged 10% extra because we were a party of 10 & when we went to pay the bill they tried to over charge us by nearly &30. The rocket salad had no balsamic taste it was just rocket n Parmesan. Will not return. It was not an Italian experience
Quick service, food was ok but not amazing. Good value for money. Quite noisy (as expected) on a Saturday Swans/SCG night. Staff were pleasant, but quite busy.
Over priced, pasta bland, small serving and meals not all arrived together. Worst Italian food and experience ever had. Would not return.
With seven locations peppered throughout Sydney, it’s no surprise that Fratelli Fresh is one of the most revered places for Italian. This spot at the Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park has plenty of space so the whole family or all your pals can easily fit. The interior is fitted out with rustic furniture and plenty of plants so you’ll feel totally at home while you gorge on your weight’s worth of pasta – and there won’t be any judgement for doing just that at Fratelli Fresh Entertainment Quarter, don’t worry.
So, let’s delve a little deeper into what you can expect from the menu at Fratelli Fresh Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park. If you’re in for breakfast, we love the healthy Italian poached eggs served with kale, zucchini, quinoa, tomato and avocado and the ricotta and blueberry pancakes topped with lemon curd and orange blossom. For dinner, begin with the Fratelli antipasti board of cured meats, gorgonzola and semi-dried tomatoes, before a main of spaghetti with crab, pancetta, garlic and chilli. The whole baked trout cooked in brown butter and lemon is good too, or pizza topped with fennel sausage, garlic and chilli. Whatever takes your fancy, be it for brunch, lunch or dinner, Fratelli Fresh at the Entertainment Quarter on Sydney’s Bent Street is one of the best and well worth a reservation.