Inside Sydney’s Puntino Trattoria, red and white checkered tablecloths, framed family photos and the sight of chefs kneading pasta and pizza dough set the scene for a truly authentic Italian experience. Locals have been flocking to this Woolloomooloo restaurant on Crown Street since owner and chef Antonio Sabia first opened it in 1996. Its reputation for being one of the city’s favourites for homestyle Italian food is unwavering. Take your seat in the lively downstairs dining area or head out back for a more romantic courtyard experience. With a Aperol Spritz or one of many Italian wines in hand, scan the lunch and dinner menus and choose between Italian wood fired pizza flavours and homemade pasta, as well as mozzarella and dried meat pairings and irresistible desserts.
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