Italian Street Kitchen to Open in Neutral Bay
A little slice of Roman street life is coming to the lower north shore.
A hub of homemade Italian street food is coming to Neutral Bay, bringing with it all the crispy arancini, homemade meatballs and cannelloni you could fit in your face. Italian Street Kitchen is the lower north shore's new feasting haven, inspired by the street food fairs of Rome with its communal, tasting-focused dining.
Steered by Sydney restaurateur Mauro Marcucci, owner of Baccomatto Osteria, and owned by the Seagrass Boutique Hospitality Group (The Meat & Wine Co., Ribs and Burgers, the upcoming Hunter & Barrel), Italian Street Kitchen will feature interactive food stations where you can feast on antipasto (arancini, fried & baked cheese, salumi & formaggio, meatballs et al) or nibble on a morsel of their lamb or chicken open flame spit roast, or dive into freshly-made pasta and woodfire pizza.
Designed by Otto Design Interiors (Kurtosh, Ribs & Burgers), the Italian Street Kitchen space will apparently channel a stripped-back Italian street vibe — natural timbers, polished concrete and plaster, refined black steel, open kitchen and an area to display fresh produce and home-cured meats.
Italian Street Kitchen opens 5/19-21 Grosvenor Street, Neutral Bay this October.
Published on August 15, 2015 by Shannon Connellan