Bill & Toni’s has been around since the early 1970s and eventually, it was long-time customers that took over both ownership and management. It serves up Italian-Australian food in huge portions, home style, with a friendly vibe.
You can order enormous plates of protein, big plates of pasta, or go crazy and do a combo. My American family was pretty pleased with this option.
Truthfully, I can’t say we loved the food. My cannelloni was a big saucy mess; nephew’s Chicken Schnitzel was unlike pub schnitty’s that I’ve encountered; this had some eggplant baked on top of it as well as sauce, looked like it had been sort of blowtorched to the plate and was unfortunately dry. The pastas were pretty standard.
My sister-in-law’s pork chop (first photo above), however, though humungous, was tender and delicious with a nice tasty layer of fat at the edges (which we like).
In fact, my nephew said that he thought that the Arch, less-known and lower-rated, across the way, was better.
Still, it’s a fun place to be, so popular and renowned that it’s a good place to take out-of-towners, big portions, and we played pinball afterwards downstairs in the café!