Salt Meats Cheese Cronulla is the latest branch to join this now iconic restaurant group. Housed within a historic art deco Commonwealth Bank building, it’s no surprise that one of Cronulla’s most famous landmarks is now the location of Salt Meats Cheese. Salt Meats Cheese is a family-owned group dedicated to serving outstanding gourmet Italian dishes with a unique modern Australian twist. The menu is brimming with dishes made using premium ingredients and you can expect to find plenty of freshly made antipasti platters, cheese boards, pizzas, pasta and plenty more besides. Salt Meats Cheese Cronulla includes a restaurant, delicatessen, alfresco area and pizzeria, so there’s definitely something everyone will love. Located on Cronulla Street in Sydney, reservations are essential.
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Great Valentine’s Day package Very enjoyable Would recommend highly .
Great restaurant refurbishment, excellent atmosphere and value for money. Highly recommended.
I great place food was awesome we really enjoyed it.
Salt Meats Cheese is fast-becoming the go-to restaurant of choice for lovers of fine Italian food done with a twist. Unique, fresh and innovative, the team behind this group of restaurants are passionate about serving dishes that will leave you happy, full and with a big smile on your face. With several restaurants peppered throughout New South Wales and Queensland, it’s little wonder Salt Meats Cheese is as popular as it is. This latest venue in Cronulla brings a fresh take to the South Sydney dining scene and we’re absolutely thrilled it’s here.
No visit to Salt Meats Cheese in Cronulla, Sydney is complete without first sitting down to an aperitivo and antipasti platter of some description. We love the cheese platter served with house-made chutneys, fruit and crackers, or the classic platter with salami, truffle pecorino and mozzarella. If pizza is what you’ve a hankering for, keep an eye out for the capriosca topped with fior di latte, double-smoked ham, mushrooms, olives and artichokes – it’s a delightful time. Pasta fans should not miss the tagliolini al granchio cooked with blue swimmer crab, cherry tomatoes, zucchini and lashings of garlic and chilli, or the beef shin rigatoni ragu. If all this is up your alley, book a table and discover why Salt Meats Cheese on Cronulla Street has us weak at the knees.