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Bianco Kitchen

This Italian restaurant serves up top-quality pasta, pizza and gelato with a side of water views.
By Cordelia Williamson
April 26, 2021
By Cordelia Williamson
April 26, 2021

Brighton-Le-Sands' Bianco Kitchen is where you want to go when you're hankering for a big bowl of pasta or cheesy pizza slices. The all-day eatery is located right by the water and is a local go-to for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.

In the morning, expect to be tucking in to dishes like bacon and provolone omelette served in a burger bun($15), eggs florentine ($15) and strawberry and Nutella crepes ($15.90). Come lunch and dinner, choose between generous antipasto platters, house-made pastas, woodfired pizzas and mains like baked barramundi with scallops, tomato, burnt butter and spinach ($33); wagyu rump steak with roasted potatoes ($34); and chicken escalopes with mushrooms, cream and garlic broccolini ($28.90). On the sweet side of things, expect everything from tiramisu ($13.90) and gelato ($6) to salted caramel tart ($12.90) and panna cotta ($13.90).

To top things off, Bianco Kitchen is BYO, with a reasonable corkage fee of $2.80 per person.

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