We’re happy to introduce the much-acclaimed Sorelle to the Quandoo community. Located in the eastern Adelaide suburb of Magill (but only ten minutes from the city centre along Magill Road), Sorelle excels at whipping up a quiet storm when it comes to authentic Italian cuisine. Matching supremely stylish and inviting premises with an incredible selection of dishes gathered from the best of the bel paese – with award-winning wood-fired pizzas to top it all off – Sorelle is a must-visit destination for any committed Italian food fan. The hype is justified – so be prepared to book in advance.
We all thoroughly enjoyed our lunch at Sorelle last Sunday. The staff were attentive and friendly (but not obtrusive), the atmosphere pleasant, the environment modern, open, clean, bright and welcoming and the food was beautifully prepared and presented. Oh .. and it tasted great! Serving size was just right .. and the bill was about average. Certainly not too high for the dining experience we had.
Staff were very attentive. Food was tasty, well presented, good temperature. I have mentioned the restaurant to friends and family and recommended they visit for a meal. I also noted there is a function room which may be nice for birthdays, will keep the location in mind!!
The elegance of Sorelle’s restaurant acts as counterpoint to the rustic but considerately manicured selection of five-star Italian cuisine on offer at this Italian restaurant in Adelaide’s Magill. Famous in the eastern suburbs as a superlative dining destination, Sorelle’s Magill Road premises is regularly booked out with families sharing authentic wood-fired pizzas and other dishes al forno, romantic couples enjoying an intimate moment over fine wine and superb food, or big parties, celebrations and function in one of the many gorgeously appointed dining areas.
In fact, Sorelle excels at catering to private dining events, with room for 20 to 200 people across three dining areas. Events such as these are memorable, but we recommend a smaller booking to get acquainted with Sorelle’s take on modern Italian cuisine. A centrepiece of this popular eastern Adelaide Italian restaurant is the traditional wood-fired oven, which does more than a proper Neapolitan pizza pie. Dishes that get the al forno treatment at Sorelle include the mouthwatering butterflied whole chicken, pork and fennel sausages with oven-baked polpette in a Napolitana sauce, pasta Siciliana and pasta Bori, osso bucco, porchetta, saltimbocca al Roma and more besides. Another way into Magill’s most beloved Italian restaurant might be to opt for the two-, three-, or four-course prix fixe menu, allowing you to really explore what the justifiable fuss is all about.