Mark and Vinny’s Spaghetti & Spritz in Sydney’s Surry Hills invites you to come by for a taste of the bel paese at this restaurant in the heart of the city. Brought to you by restaurateurs with a passion for healthy al dente pasta, this popular spot provides guests with flavour-packed dishes with high nutritional value. Don’t let the fact that it’s healthy scare you away. The food on offer at Mark and Vinny’s is made using traditional recipes that feature a modern twist, and trust us, you’re going to be hooked. Reserve ahead for a table at this stylish restaurant on Waterloo Street.
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Amazing and delicious food, great customer service and great unique menu. Loved it
Mark and Vinny – of none other than Mark and Vinny’s Spaghetti & Spritz in Surry Hills – are trailblazer’s in the dining scenes of both Sydney and Melbourne. Their aim: taking dairy- and meat-laden dishes and turning them into healthy creations using plant-based ingredients. Not only are they unique, but they’re also as delicious as the originals. And alongside your food, you can order up some of the best cocktails in town – try the Fly Me To The Moon or one of the signature spritzes if you’re up for some bubbly goodness.
Now let’s get to the good part: the food. Sydney’s Mark and Vinny’s Spaghetti & Spritz serves food that harkens back to the good old days, without the unnecessary use of excessive dairy products and meat. After all, what’s the point of moving forward if you don’t evolve in the process? This elevated Italian cuisine does just that. Start off with melanzane, a burnt eggplant dip with calabrian chilli, before moving on to Mark & Vinny’s signature spaghetti dishes – we like the beetroot spaghettini with mushrooms, truffles and homemade cashew creme fraiche. For dessert, the vegan No-Tella Ravioli is simply out of this world. But don’t just take our word for it, make your way to Mark and Vinny’s Spaghetti & Spritz on Waterloo Street in Surry Hills to taste it for yourself.