Sydney, you love your roasted meat. So, Via Napoli is bringing a whole lot more of it at you — the pizza gurus have opened a brand new rotisserie. Named Via Napoli - il Girarrosto, it's right next door to their Hunters Hill headquarters. So, you can pop in for a glass of wine or three and a plate of free range pork, before shuffling along a few seats and tucking into a pizza.
The menu is divided into antipasti, frutti di mare, dalla rosticceria, contorni and desserts. On the antipasti menu is tagliere girarrosto is 36-month aged San Daniele prosciutto with salame felino, mortadella, bresaola and homemade carasau bread, as well as tagliere formaggi, which comes with gorgonzola cheese, vintage red wine-aged truffled cheese, pear, honey, walnuts and carasau bread, among many other tasty morsels.
Over the fire and on the grill, you'll find a cornucopia of tasty, tasty meats. Think crispy-on-the-outside, juicy-on-the-inside free range pork seasoned with Italian herbs and spices, and free range grilled lamb cutlets marinated with garlic, rosemary and olive oil. Meanwhile, 18-months grass-fed Black Angus comes Fiorentina-style. There's also a slew of succulent seafood, including wood-fired prawns with ox heart tomatoes, Spanish onions and chilli, and charcoal-grilled scampi marinated with orange and fennel.
Can't decide? Book a set menu and settle in for three courses.
Images: Il Girarrosto.