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By Jasmine Crittenden
March 10, 2016

Via Napoli Il Girarrosto

The pizza guru group's rotisserie is roasting All The Italian Meats.
By Jasmine Crittenden
March 10, 2016

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.

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