TRE PESCI
Sydney, New South Wales

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Savour the traditional Italian cuisine of Tre Pesci, a neighbourhood restaurant of Drummoyne that boasts warm, friendly service and live music on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Plush carpeting, linen tablecloths and soft lighting make for a smart, yet cosy dining room with window tables overlooking Victoria Road. A romantic courtyard area out back is an ideal option for summer.

General info

Address:

105 Victoria Road
Drummoyne NSW 2047

Suburb:

Drummoyne

Contact:

Cuisine:

Italian, Pizzas

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Licensed & BYO (wine only)

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Specials & Events

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Functions

FUNCTION MENU
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MAX SEATING
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Features

Cheap & Cheerful
Function for 100-300
Function for 50-100
Live Music / Entertainment
Outdoor Dining
Parking
Suitable for Families with children
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peter navarro - 14/01/2012
Fine ambience, a good neighbourbhood eatery. The chef Roberto is OK, he does the usual run of the mill fish food. I am afraid to say there is nothing traditional about his cooking. I don't think he he ever tasted his granny's food. For the record tartare isn't Italian. Scaloppini gamberoni, never heard of it, definitaley not Italian. Probably it's Roberto's idea of a surf and turf. Pernod is French. Cream is seldom used in Italian fish recepies, unless in modern creative cooking. Good try Roberto, may I suggest that you don't call your cooking traditional Italian, it has nothng to do with it.