DOLCISSIMO
Sydney, New South Wales

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Italian food is best enjoyed with chatter and lots of hand waving. Haberfield restaurant Dolcissimo offers guests a buzzing ambience as well as authentic cuisine (and house-made gelato) courtesy of chef Ian Fortani. Dolcissimo has one of the most extensive Italian menus you will find in Sydney, ensuring that there is something for all tastes and ages.
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General info

Address:

96-100 Ramsay Street
Haberfield NSW 2045

Suburb:

Haberfield

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Cuisine:

Italian

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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Specials & Events

This restaurant has not scheduled any event.

Functions

FUNCTION MENU
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MAX SEATING
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Features

Caterer
Suitable for Functions
Takeaway
AWARDS
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HungryPhil - 23/02/2012
Have enjoyed this restaurant twice since Christmas and am looking forward to the next visit. The food is genuinely Italian - meaning it tastes fresh and very home-cooked. The seafood risotto is exquisite. Service can be a bit slow at busy times, and if you haven't booked Fri-Sun you'll be lucky to get a table, but it's worth a bit of forward planning. Good selection of local wines at reasonable prices makes the non-BYO policy tolerable.