More towards Kirrawee than Sutherland, Sapori D’Italia is a taste of Italy in the southern suburbs of Sydney. It’s a no-frills affair on Oak Road that’s simply yet stylishly decorated to allow the wonderful flavours of the food to take centre stage. At Sapori D’Italia you’ll find pasta dishes that are nothing short of delightful and wood-fired pizzas that are as fresh as it gets. In terms of toppings you can expect the well-loved Italian classics done just right, as well as some that are slightly more experimental. Kirrawee, Sutherland and plenty more surrounding Sydney suburbs have a soft spot for Sapori D’Italia – make a reservation to find out why.
Great food, super affordable prices, big menu. We’ll definitely be back!
Loved the food. Good service. Attentive staff. Nice environment. Will return for sure.
Very enjoyable experience and food was fantastic, will definitely come again
Located in Kirrawee, a stone’s throw from Sutherland and only half an hour out of Sydney’s CBD, Sapori D’Italia is one Italian restaurant that you need to be visiting as soon as possible. The food – as you’d expect – takes centre stage here, and is home to woodfired pizzas, freshly made pastas, succulent meats and freshly caught seafood cooked to absolute perfection. We recommend kicking things off at Kirrawee’s Sapori D’Italia with freshly fried calamari served with lemon; Italian-style meatballs and a serve of the famous bruschetta topped with tomato, basil, onion and lashings of extra virgin olive oil. Feeling hungry yet?
Then, things at Sapori D’Italia in Kirrawee get even more interesting. For pizza lovers, we recommend you tuck into the pizza alla casalinga topped with baked prosciutto, marinated artichokes, mushrooms and basil, or perhaps the roast pumpkin bianco pizza with gorgonzola, pine nuts, garlic and sage is more your style? Or, why not sample the spaghetti marinara loaded with calamari, tiger prawns, octopus, mussels, garlic and chilli in a traditional Napoletana sauce? Whatever you fancy, you’ll certainly find it at Sapori D’Italia. You’ll find this wonderful spot on Oak Road, just be sure to book ahead as this Sydney haven tends to fill up for very good reason.