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dined on Sat, 15 Sep 2018

Food was good, friendly waiters and good vibe

dined on Fri, 14 Sep 2018

Good service

dined on Sun, 9 Sep 2018

Nice pasta and busy atmosphere

dined on Tue, 4 Sep 2018

I have been to A Tavola in darlinghurst, and I tried this one in surry hills. I prefer the darlinghurst branch, but surry hills still decent.

dined on Sun, 19 Aug 2018

Their special florentine steak was amazing but took 1.5 hours to get to our table. The waiter didn’t tell us this when we ordered it. We’ll order ahead next time.

dined on Fri, 17 Aug 2018

Great food with atmosphere. Service with a sense of humour. Perfect for dinner and drinks!

dined on Tue, 14 Aug 2018

Not as impressive as other a tavola venues. Sausage and mushroom rigatoni was good but not great for the price.

dined on Tue, 7 Aug 2018

Good service, friendly staff, food was great, slightly pricey but not at all unreasonable. Thumbs up.

dined on Mon, 6 Aug 2018

We would go back.

dined on Wed, 1 Aug 2018

Wonderful focaccia bread to begin, delicious pasta & friendly service. On the expensive side for what it is though. Will definitely return
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About Flour Eggs Water on Crown street

Mangia bene, ridi spesso, ama molto Mangia bene, ridi spesso, ama molto: eat well, laugh often, love much. That’s the motto of the Italo-Australian team behind Italian eatery, Flour Eggs Water on Crown Street. Eugenio Maiale, Ennio Di Marcos, Sandro di Marino and Luke Randall have gone back to their roots. Flour Eggs Water is, as they describe it ‘organised chaos’ - just like it was at their Italian family gatherings growing up, where everything revolved around food. The boys have created a place that locals want to come back to on a weekly basis. Chef Sandro di Marino offers dishes from five sections from the menu. There’s fresh bread, olives and meatballs; a selection of raw dishes; traditional pastas; and mains of fish or chicken. A real treat on the menu is the ‘6pm risotto’, which you can only order at the designated time. The recipe changes daily, with variations including risotto all Milanese with bone marrow or crab with zucchini. It’s tasty Italian food, in a relaxed, casual setting that makes you feel well at home. The boys promise you an Italiano informale experience. Cheers to that. Best dish: gnocchi with oxtail and red wine ragu

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