Bowls and bowls… of Italian pasta. At Sul Verde you can easily go from turf to surf if you finish up your game at the Pennant Hills Bowling Club and head to this on-site Italian restaurant for a meal of pan-grilled wild barramundi with seasonal vegetables and a salsa verde sauce, just for instance. There’s heaps to choose from here, including pizzas and a great bambino menu for the little ones and it’s easy to reach, too, just minutes from the station up Yarrara Road. Plus, with the bowling club as a venue, it’s a fantastic spot to host a catered party in this part of Sydney.
Menu selection was good including additional blackboard specials, could possibly do with an additional member of staff in busy periods e.g. Friday nights - bar service could be improved, however that would be the Club's responsibility,
We thoroughly enjoyed the environment. The service was good and the pasta excellent. We will definitely be returning to sample some of the other dishes.
Sul Verde means on the green in Italian – a genius name for an Italian-inspired restaurant that calls the Pennant Hills Bowling Club home. It’s a double stroke of genius too that Sul Verde is an experienced host for those in Sydney looking to host an event or function replete with fantastic Italian cuisine and a well-stocked bar. Whether you go for the full-on banquet experience or simply want to drop by for a spot of casual dining with friends or family, Sul Verde’s menu has all the bases covered… including pizzas.
On lazy nights there are sometimes queues down Yarrara Road due to demand from Pennant Hills locals for Sul Verde’s authentic pizzas. The margherita reigns supreme, of course, her simple glory only eclipsed by the rustica, gamberi, or the king of this Sydney Italian restaurant and pizzeria’s Neapolitan-style offering, the Sul Verde house special pizza itself. When it comes to things other than pizza pies, Sul Verde excels at classic Italian main courses with a few items of culinary Australiana thrown in for balance. Book for greener pastures now.