Italian Restaurants In Sydney

Ask pretty much anyone what their favourite cuisine is and nine times out of ten you'll hear Italian. What's not to love about indulgent vats of pasta and gooey slices of pizza? And don't even get us started on the wine... Fortunately for you, the Italian restaurants in Sydney are as plentiful as they are diverse. Whether you're looking for a charming date night spot, a retro eating and gaming den or a stylish seaside venue, this city's got the place for you.

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Last updated on 17th July 2024

The North Spoon

Looking for places to eat Italian food in Sydney? The North Spoon is a charming cafe that's dishing up lunchtime pasta dishes and pizza toasties. Better yet, head over for one of its monthly nights inspired b the Mediterranean country where you'll enjoy a three-course meal and an Aperol spritz.


Matteo transports diners to Milan with its inspiring menu, while remaining firmly in Sydney's CBD. The modern space is decorated with soft white curtains, sleek finishings and plush seating arrangements perfect for socialising with friends over a glass of wine. Watch strands of silky fresh pasta get tossed in the open kitchen and look forward to tucking into indulgent plates of sedanini carbonara di mare, vodka rigatoni and signature, wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas, washed down with a bespoke aperitivi, such as Fragolino spritz, made with strawberry cello, Moscato and soda.

Coogee Pavilion

Situated mere metres away from the beach, Coogee Pavilion is your go-to for delicious slices... and sashimi, burgers and tapas for that matter. The chic food hall houses Vinnie's Pizza, which is often bustling with hungry diners looking to get their fix of doughy bites topped with a quirky range of carbonara, four cheese, 'nduja and cuttlefish.