If you’re lusting after Italy’s colourful Amalfi Coast, Sydney’s award-winning Rosetta Ristorante is hosting a summer long luncheon series and it's seriously the next best thing to an idyllic European getaway. Bottomless bubbles, Aperol Spritz, and an almost-too-good-to-eat Amalfi-inspired menu—honestly, what’s not to love?
Every Saturday from 12pm, Rosetta Ristorante will be serving up a carefully-curated, succulent share-style Italian menu that’s an ode to our beloved bucket-list topper.
Kicking the three-course banquet off is burrata with tomatoes, olive oil and basil (*drools*), salumi misti and fusilli with zucchini, pine nuts, mint and stracchino. For mains, expect grilled market fish with salmoriglio, roast spring lamb with peperonata, fresh green salad and twice cooked, crispy potatoes. And be sure to leave room for dessert because the torta di Verona and cannoli is so good it should be illegal.
Now, we all know the wallet can take a bit of a beating over the holiday season, but Rosetta Ristorante offers two banquet options so you can choose what’s right for you and your mates. The $70 per person option includes an Aperol Spritz on arrival to ensure your luncheon is done right, while the $99 per person option includes a two-hour beverage package with bottomless Aperol Spritz, Italian prosecco, wine and beer (don’t deprive yourself of what you truly deserve).
If the sound of those dishes doesn’t whet your appetite then we don’t know what will. Our advice? Fire up the group chat and start planning because this long luncheon series is a sure-fire way to spend a summer weekend with friends.
When: Saturdays from 12pm
Where: Rosetta Risterante - Grosvenor Place, 118 Harrington Street
Cost: $70 per person three-course lunch with an Aperol Spritz on arrival or $99 per person three-course lunch with two-hour bottomless beverage package
Contact: 02 8099 7089 or head here.
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