Sydney Food Diary: Johnny Goes Italian, Darlinghurst

I never made it to Fishbone, the previous incarnation of Johnny Goes Italian but I have made it to Buffalo Dining Club, a sister restaurant, and here, I got the same vibe.

It’s a really cool vibe. It’s hipster and modern, and yet also feels like you’re being served up some classic, traditional dishes. And the vibe really is cool.

We had some great cocktails, tasty, savoury starters, and then split two perfect plates of pasta.

Nothing bad at all to say. I’d be back here in a flash. Though I suppose I’d try to plan a bit better; there aren’t a lot of seats.

It also looks like a fab place to just hang out and drink (modeled after a New York bar in the 1920s).

Johnny Goes Italian Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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2 Responses to Sydney Food Diary: Johnny Goes Italian, Darlinghurst

  1. Lasse Stenwall says:

    Hi there, I trying to reach Philip Stenvall.
    Can you please give him my mail adress ?


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