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As spring descends on Australia this month, the nation’s love affair with Italian cuisine continues, most notably with the opening of Rosetta Sydney. Meanwhile, two of the year’s biggest trends – themed eateries and upmarket bistro dining – show no signs of slowing down. Read Anthony Huckstep’s full article on Tourism Australia featuring Rosetta here

Premium Brands, News & Reviews, 2017, Dining Brands, Rosetta Ristorante

Rosetta, the contemporary Italian stallion from Melbourne, has joined the Sydney stable of the Neil Perry-led Rockpool Dining Group and it is, quite frankly, a magnificently sexy beast. Read Anthony Huckstep’s article in Delicious featuring Rosetta, Sydney here

News & Reviews, 2017, Dining Brands, Casual & Fun Casual Dining, Fratelli Fresh
North Shore Times: Try Italian Spring Fare

The big cheese of Italian dining, Fratelli Fresh, has crossed the bridge to open its first venue on Sydney’s North Shore. The new Crows Nest outpost marks the eighth for the Rockpool Dining Group chain with several more scheduled to open across the country before the year is out. Read Erina Starkey’s full article, featuring […]

News & Reviews, 2017, Dining Brands, Fast Casual Dining, Burger Project
Burger Project: Burgers for a good cause – My City Life

Looking for a way to feed your face and your conscience? Stop by Burger Project to get behind their new Limited Edition Burger “The Texan” to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Read Ellise Gill’s article in My City Life featuring Burger Project here

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Sydney Morning Herald: Rosetta Review

The difference between Neil Perry’s original Rosetta in Melbourne and the newly opened Rosetta in Sydney is, essentially, the difference between Melbourne and Sydney dining. Read Terry Durack’s article in SMH featuring Rosetta here.  

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Australian Financial Review: Fine dining demand means Rockpool, Aria and Opera Bar now come to you

Business entertaining and private events are becoming customisable, experiential, and very lucrative: consumers are no longer just hungry for restaurant-quality food, they want the full dining experience off-site, wherever they may be Read Katarina Kroslakova article featuring Rockpool here.  

News & Reviews, 2017, Dining Brands, Casual & Fun Casual Dining, Fratelli Fresh
Wentworth Courier: Fratelli Fresh, Potts Point review

Don’t tell my Italian aunt but Fratelli Fresh strongly rivals her authentic cooking. No more expensive plane tickets back to Europe = Potts Point is a lot closer. The venue is known as a friendly place to have a meal in the buzzing dining hub. Read Shaya Laughlin’s article featuring Fratelli Fresh Potts Point below.

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Gourmet Traveller: Rosetta, Sydney review

Neil Perry’s osteria is a welcome addition to Sydney dining, delivering straight-up Italian food with plenty of sophistication. Barely weeks old, Rosetta already feels like a fixture of the Sydney dining scene – in the best of ways. The size of its menu invites exploration, but its plating is confident enough in its simplicity that […]

News & Reviews, 2017, Dining Brands, Fratelli Fresh
Sydney’s East scores an al fresco pizza, pasta and craft beer eatery

Sydney and Melbourne fave local Italian, Fratelli Fresh is bringing mouth-watering pizza, pasta and brews to Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter from this Saturday This good-looking Italian has a proven track record of serving up authentic continental delights with eight locations throughout Sydney and Melbourne. The opening of their Entertainment Quarter location this coming Saturday will bring that number […]

Premium Brands, News & Reviews, Jade Temple, 2017, Dining Brands, Rosetta Ristorante
Sydney CBD’s new places to eat: These 9 eateries are making central cool again

The spinal column of the Sydney CBD may be paralysed by the construction of the $2.1 billion light rail line, but never fear. Some of the city’s most experienced restaurateurs are moving into position along the length of George Street, ready for business long before construction is completed in early 2019. Read Jill Dupleix’ article […]

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