About Made In Italy - Pyrmont
About the restaurant
Made in Italy in Pyrmont is your answer to all-things Italian. Whether you’re craving traditional pizzas, fresh pasta or create-your-own antipasto platters, this Sydney restaurant has you covered. Driven by a dedication for gourmet cuisine and bringing the indulgent flavours of Italy to the Pyrmont area, this Miller Street restaurant is a foodie destination where attention to detail is paramount. Made in Italy make their pizza bases and pasta dough by hand, homemade sauces from scratch and source authentic ingredients from the best suppliers. The drinks menu also pays homage to Italy as a great producer of beverages and features Italian wine, beer and aperitifs. Those with dietary requirements are well catered for with gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options available as well.
Made in Italy was opened with a vision of sharing authentic Italian food with the people of Sydney. Passionate about honouring their Italian heritage, the restaurant focuses on simple flavours and fresh ingredients in an atmosphere that replicates an Italian trattoria right on Miller Street in Pyrmont. Casual and fun, Made in Italy has a large dining hall and outdoor seating, not to mention memorial decor – towering wine racks and a retro Fiat 500 parked right inside as a nod to the iconic car. The bustling atmosphere is perfect for couples, the whole family or a large group of friends.
Diners are spoilt for choice with the extensive menu that highlights some of the best Italian dishes, beyond the usual pizza and Bolognese. Pick from eggplant parmigiana, arancini, clam pasta, daily specials or even traditional porchetta alla Romana when ordered in advance. Gluten-free customers are also catered for with suitable pizza bases and pasta, and vegans can request vegan mozzarella washed down with vegan Chianti wine from Tuscany. Made in Italy’s popularity continues to grow, so be sure to book. What began in the Pyrmont location in 2001 has now expanded to six venues across greater Sydney, a reflection of the Sydney’s endless appetite for dishes Made in Italy.