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dined on Sat, 9 Dec 2017

Great food and service. Definitely recommend the dessert that looks like a cappuccino!

dined on Thu, 7 Dec 2017

The food, service and atmosphere is always amazing! Handmade pasta is delicious.

dined on Sat, 18 Nov 2017

A special occasion type restaurant that didn’t disappoint-will defineately revisit

dined on Sat, 11 Nov 2017

Food was fantastic! Best pasta I’ve had in a long time!

dined on Fri, 10 Nov 2017

Really yummy food and great service. A tad on the pricey side but a nice treat.

dined on Wed, 4 Oct 2017

Great selection and love how they have daily menu depending on whats available at the markets..

dined on Mon, 2 Oct 2017

The desserts are amazing - save room!!

dined on Thu, 17 Aug 2017

Beautiful place! Staff were absolutely lovely. I LOVED the way the waitress presented the dessert. It looked like a cup of coffee, so when she bought it out, my friend and I were confused. She then proceeded to flip the cup upside down to reveal that it wasn't in fact coffee, but the dessert we ordered. A nice touch!
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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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