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Giro Osteria Cronulla is an honest and traditional Italian restaurant that Sydney locals are flocking from all over. Paying homage to all things Italian, expect to find quintessential red and white tablecloths everywhere you look and bespoke vintage art pieces adorning the walls. All of which matches the osteria-style menu just perfectly. Located not too far from the beach on McDonald Street, the Giro Osteria menu is brimming with freshly made pasta and gnocchi, antipasti platters and fish and meat mains which are absolutely packed with flavour. Perfect for a casual aperitivo and platter with the gang or a date with that special someone, this Cronulla Italian restaurants ticks all the right boxes. Book now.
It is so good to find a place that serves real authentic food staff are awesome service is great location is perfect
Superb - consistent and value for money! Recommend to all our friends.
Always a good. Top restaurant in Cronulla. It never disappoints.
As we said, Giro Osteria Sydney celebrates the Italian way of life in each and every way. With an expansive dining room, outdoor seating and some of the coolest art we’ve ever seen, this is sure to become your new favourite Italian restaurant in Cronulla. Speaking of the art, you’ll find 1950s-style black and white photos – very Sofia Loren – with splashes of colourful salami, pizza or tomatoes superimposed over the top… it works and we love it! While you’re taking all of it in, we recommend ordering some antipasti like the organic pork meatballs smothered in tomato sugo; polenta and parmesan chips with truffle sauce and the salami board. Then, perhaps a Negroni or an Aperol spritz?
Pasta lovers should keep a close eye out for the heavenly gnocchi cooked in a burnt butter, sage and gorgonzola sauce; pappardelle with mushrooms and truffle pecorino and the fregola cooked with clams and tomato. Though let’s be honest, it’s all delicious. If you’re after something from the sea or land, the acqua pazza snapper or beef cheek cooked in red wine and served with potato mash will have you feeling mighty fine indeed. Giro Osteria is tucked away on McDonald Street in Cronulla and is a must for Sydney locals or visitors with a weakness of Italian cuisine. Bookings are essential to avoid disappointment.