3.4 based on 5 reviews
Do you like wine and cheese? You've just entered heaven, enjoy your stay. Italian restaurant with old school hip hop beats. Great atmosphere. Caters for food with friends, drinks with colleagues, romantic dates. The staff are on a whole other level when it comes to service. Some of the best pasta that I've experienced in Sydney. Try the pappardelle for a fresh, light pasta with lamb ragu with rich oily lamb fat included. It's exquisite. Cacio E Pepe for a simple, mega-cheesy, peppery spaghetti.
Cool place, Can't really go there just for food though as it's not filling. Huge drinks selection with a dark down stairs bar and rap rnb playing in background. Not too loud for a hang out session, if you're staying close by check it out. Wouldn't travel too far to make my way there just for one location. Good start or end to a night if you're sort of bar hopping or felt like a few drinks before calling it quits. Food was delicious and staff very knowledgeable. Biggie mosaic tile on floor in front of the down stairs bar is a must see for fans of music and art.
Cool vibe but super over priced wine list, cheaper to get a cocktail which is a bit disappointing. Also one of the bar tenders was clearly not keen on being there...a bit rude. Over all below average experience for a usually great venue.
I’ve been here a few times now, & tbh, I’m not so sure I like it. The atmosphere always seems drab & the food is expensive (& not so fillling) for such a chill area. I think a venue like this should either classify as a bar or a restaurant, not a bar selling restaurant style food. If I want something to eat on my night out I’m expecting chips or nachos, not a $26 bowl of calamari with 7 preices in it. Nice venue run by some nice people (though the bartenders need help distinguishing between their mates & who has been waiting longest) but I don’t think I will be back.
Rambutan has interesting facts - Why are Pubs called Hotels in Australia? A pub, short for Public House, is an establishment whose main function is to serve alcohol, mostly beer. Also known as an Ale house or Tavern. The reason for this is that until recently, in Australia (late 1980s), pubs were forced, by the liquor laws, to provide accommodation and so were accurately called hotels.
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