In the piazza at Castle Towers shopping centre, in Sydney’s north west. DETAILS
Criniti’s Castle Hill officially opened in November 2011. The Matthew Darwin designed space includes a spacious dining area for 350+ so that customers can spread over two levels with a sophisticated mix of banquets and chairs to complement the rustic decor. A Lamborghini engine is suspended from the domed ceiling on the second floor, whilst the pizza bar is finished with copper trimmings.
Famous for its passion for authentic Italian food and culture as well as exceptional service, Criniti’s specializes in traditional Southern Italian cuisine, resurrecting an art of food that is rarely seen today in even the oldest of Italian homes.FOOD AND BEVERAGE
The menu concentrates on the many regions of southern Italy and how the landscape and climate influence certain cuisines. Criniti’s passionate head chef leads a team driven to seek excellence. The Criniti’s philosophy is to seek the best ingredients, produced by like minded suppliers with consistency and sustainability and most importantly quality in mind. Utilizing the most traditional Italian techniques Criniti's pushes boundaries without fear of innovation
Also, a first for Sydneysiders, Criniti’s Pantry is located within the restaurant. Criniti's Pantry is a contemporary Italian pasticceria baking traditional and innovative Italian inspired pastries, cakes and biscotti. The famous Criniti’s antipasti ingredients, including the homemade salami, are also available to purchase.