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Lifestyle : Focus on Italy Special Report 2013
1HERSA1 0019 iG5897523AA-260313 58-62 DELHI ROAD, NORTH RYDE 2133 email@example.com or 02 8899 8980 Weddings • Group Bookings • Functions • High Tea A La Carte Restaurant • Serving Modern Australian Cuisine Open all Easter Weekend Good Friday to Tuesday 2nd April. Bookings essential For Lunch and Dinner BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL 9679 0175 249 Annangrove Road, Annangrove 2156 www.annangrovedining.com.au Dine each Monday with 4 or more people and receive a select bottle of Red, White or Sparkling wine. www.lugarnoseafood.com | 02 9534 5136 or 02 9584 3126 Premier Waterfront Dining Easter is just around the corner Make a booking today to come and enjoy our fabulous Available for Lunch and Dinner Good Friday 29th March to Easter Sunday 31st March Also Open Easter Monday 1st April and Tuesday 2nd April for Lunch and Dinner Easter Seafood Buffet $45 Per Person Restaurant: Phone (02) 9960 7162 Open daily for Breakfast 7--11:30am, Lunch 12--3pm & Dinner: Wed--Sat from 6pm. Providore: Phone (02) 9960 7162 Open Mon--Fri 7am--6:30pm, Sat 7am--6pm & Sun 7am--5pm. GOOD FOOD GUIDE SHOPPING Helen Greenwood & John Newton 2011 Visit o r o i stor o rt i a om iG5878996AA-260313 19 goodfood .com .au The Sydney Morning Herald Chow baby: (From far left) Robert Marchetti's La Marcelleria carries free- range meat; Salt Meats Cheese offers fine food in rustic surroundings. Zanetti 5 Star Delicatessen Recommended by Armando Percuoco Be prepared to queue at this delightful family-run delicatessen, which has been serving members of Sydney's Italian community and others since 1957. It's a popular destination for a reason: as well stocking an outstanding selection of specialty Italian sausages, owner Angelo Zanetti supplies an impressive collection of edible exotics, such as arancini balls, alongside Italian dining staples, such as olives, tinned tomatoes, a fine selection of cheeses, and all manner of antipasti ingredients. Shoppers who are prepared to spend a little time browsing will also find things they never knew they needed at this specialty supermercato, such as tins of grano cotto, for making traditional pastiera di Napolitana pie (ricotta and grain pie), porcini stock cubes and peppery salumi, as well as truffle oil and kangaroo prosciutto. Zanetti 5 Star Delicatessen, 108 Ramsay Street, Haberfield, 9798 4076. Pasticceria Papa Recommended by Armando Percuoco This brightly lit old-school pasticceria is perennially crammed with a happy mix of well-heeled couples, camera-happy bloggers, taxi drivers, and families celebrating first holy communions. Known to locals as Papa's after its Italian-born owner, Salvatore Papa, it's the place to go for his benchmark baked ricotta cheesecake. Other classics on the comforting menu include simple buttery biscottini or custard-filled cannoli, which are delicious alongside a strong macchiato. Indulge in a sweet bigne al cioccolato (choux pastry puffs filled with chocolate) or savoury calzone. Make the most of your Haberfield visit by popping in to Peppe's Pasta (151 Ramsay Street, Haberfield, 9797 1776) to restock on gnocchi and ravioli, and the Cassaniti Bakery (153 Ramsay Street, Haberfield, 9797 7715) for rosetto rolls and pane e legno (wood-fired loaf). Pasticceria Papa, 145 Ramsay Street, Haberfield, 9798 6894, ppapa.com.au.
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