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dined on Wed, 31 Oct 2018

Food was delicious but very expensive. Go there to treat yourself, not an everyday event

dined on Fri, 12 Oct 2018

Just such a great place! It is my go to for pasta! The service is fabulous, always friendly and authentic, the food is seriously amazing, and the space is so comfortable that I would gladly curly up for a nap after falling into a food coma!

dined on Tue, 2 Oct 2018

It’s always a pleasure to eat at a Tavola . You always have a staff who know his job and do it perfectly . The fresh past is a must eat always

dined on Sat, 22 Sep 2018

Great pasta and service was amazing

dined on Fri, 21 Sep 2018

This is our 2nd time eating at this restaurant and once again wonderful, authentic Italian flavour. We only had an hour as we were heading to the theatre and they accommodated us beautifully. Charming waitress and staff. We'll be back with more time to enjoy a leisurely dinner.
Jamie Huang

dined on Sat, 8 Sep 2018

This is an Athletic Italian food... the pasta cooked perfectly and service is good
Fernanda Avila Falsarella

dined on Fri, 7 Sep 2018

Food was amazing, and very generous serving size. Great that its all sharing plates. They overcharged us on the bill, and made it seem it was our fault and very difficult to refund.
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About A Tavola Darlinghurst

Pasta e Basta If you love homemade pasta (and who doesn’t?) then you really can’t go past this hole-in-the-wall Darlinghurst fave, A Tavola. Chef-owner Eugenio Maiale opened the doors in 2007 and quickly built a reputation as one of Sydney’s go-to venues for authentic Italian pasta. The long marble table that graces the main dining room is where Eugenio and his team craft the pasta in the morning – and it’s where loyal regulars sit down to feast of an evening. The menu is a study in simplicity, with entrees such as buffalo mozzarella, rocket, tomato, prosciutto; fried salame veneto, polenta, parmigiano or swiss brown mushrooms, green peas, mint, ricotta salata. For mains, you might be lucky enough to find bucatini all `amatriciana or rigatoni al ragu – but look out for the daily specials which take advantage of seasonal produce. Punters rave about this busy, buzzing place – in fact, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a bad review. From the homemade bread served with a small bowl of chilli oil to the extensive wine list, this is a local winner you’d be mad to pass up. Best dish: pappardelle con ragu di manzo (hand-cut pappardelle pasta, slow braised beef, red wine, tomato)

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