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Caffe Sicilia

Drink, Restaurants / August 25, 2011


A note to all of you stressing about pre-summer body transformations before dreaded skin bearing beach weather:
Heed the words of Sophia Loren ““everything you see I owe to spaghetti”.
Life’s too short to count carbs and thankfully traditional Sicilian food has a focus on seafood and light sauces. I recently checked out new restaurant Caffe Sicilia for Nine To Five. Read my review here: http://nine-to-five.whereilive.com.au/lifestyle/story/restaurant-review-caffe-sicilia/
Check out what we ate here:

Cocktail to kick-start the night


rolled fish stuffed with breadcrumbs, garlic and fresh tomato

hot bread with nodino mozzarella ‘tied like a knot’ and pepperonata

pasta ‘italia’ short pasta with prawns, pancetta, tomato and broad beans

orecchiette pasta with spinach, sausage and salted ricotta

 
swordfish tart with caponata melazane

rolled stuffed veal grilled served with buffalo mozzarella



Cassata sicilliana

Traditional Sicillian cannolo fill with ricotta

Caffe Sicilia
628 Crown Street, Surry Hills
9699 8787
www.caffesicilia.com.au
Open 7 days, Monday to Saturday 7am to 12am, Sunday 7am to 10pm

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