Is it named after Frank Sinatra? Maybe. We’re not sure.
The restaurant is known for its Roman style pizzas, but equally for its cocktails so we were sure to get both. It’s a trendy little trattoria in Surry Hills, buzzing with youthful clientele.
We had already had dinner so sat up at the bar for a few drinks. The cocktail menu boasts a range of Italian style cocktails. They are stiff on the alcohol and picking a punch with flavour. Kurt enjoyed a negroni and I took a while to decide. These cocktails aren’t ordinarily my style. I’m normally a fruity kinda gal and may have looked somewhat perplexed. The fab barman Neilson asked what flavours I liked, what style and he whipped me up two different drinks using those influences. He was spot on, they were amazing. His knowledge and skills are outstanding.￼
When Kurt orders a Margherita, the pizza kind. Cooked in the Woodfired oven. Lovely fresh dough topped with traditional ingredients and served with a good char to the crust. Perfect to accompany our drinks. There’s plenty of pizza options, such as capricciosa, Diavola, and more. In addition, they also do antipasto, charcuterie, foccacia and calzone.
Make a booking and we’re sure you’ll enjoy it!
417-421 Bourke St