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All reviews pizza prosciutto bread sticks hot salami tiramisu antipasto platter salad italian family well worth the effort per bottle take away byo wine fresh ingredients friday night love this place quality of food great restaurant
wanted to visit this place close to home for a long time, ordered there fig salad special which was to die for, but found their pizza very lacking, it failed the flop tests soon as we picked up the slice it just folded with all...More
A really great restaurant! Friendly, extremely attentive and competent service! Short waiting times! Fabulous pizza, good value for money. Insider tip: Nutella Bomb as a dessert (big portion enough for 4 people)
As a larger group, reservation is recommended.
By fair the greatest pizza in nsw if not Australia. I have been to many authentic pizza places having come from an Italian background and I can say that without a doubt Rosso Pomodoro is absolutely spectacular. They have a wide range of pizzas from...More
The food was authentic and tasted amazing. While there wasn’t a big selection for children, they were more than accommodating in cooking some pasta and cheese for my miss 3.
The staff were lovely and welcoming and spoke Italian which was excellent for my non...More
Came back here recently after a long time away. Very friendly and fast service, an amazingly giant antipasto platter, and absolutely wonderful pizzas - delicious!! Just make sure you leave enough room for dessert!!
Well that is what my son says and he lives nearby and is apparently a regular. We had takeaway so I am not sure of some of the answers to the questions below. But they were quick and efficient and the food is great. We...More
This place is a bit out of the way, ie not on the Darling Street food strip but it is well worth the effort to find it. It tends to be a bit noisy but that is all part of the ambience. They have been...More
Take the ferry to the inner west suburb of Balmain and be enchanted with this picturesque and eclectic waterside area. A stroll down Darling Street will take you on a tour of coffee shops, boutique delicatessens and shops offering wholefood products and organic cuisines. Yoga studios abound, and live music emanates from the hotels at night. As the place where the Australian Labor Party formed in 1891, Balmain has
commonly been known for its “working class culture”. It has evolved into a health-conscious heaven with a laid back attitude, offering one of the most vibrant food and bar scenes in Sydney.