Sydney Food Diary: Al Taglio, Surry Hills

It seems that the curse of this location has finally been broken. There was Josh and Ai’s little cafe ages ago, a bruschetta place, and another Italian place. No one could ever seem to make it work. But along comes Al Taglio and there’s a nice buzz to it, and I always see it busy. It was time to try it out (Though this was about six weeks ago! My trip to NY interrupted this blog post).

The verdict (shared by my pals D & G): marvelous. Casual feel, casual prices and a perfectly delicious house red wine. The pizza was perfectly delicious and the gnocchi. Oh my god. It’s not a pretty dish, but I could have eaten about three plates of it. Extra points for the waiter’s awesome Italian accent.

Al Taglio Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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1 Response to Sydney Food Diary: Al Taglio, Surry Hills

  1. Sounds great! I do love a good gnocchi. Might have to go check it out sometime.

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