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Caruso’s Italian Restaurant

A little slice of Italy right on Gymea Bay, this rustic trattoria recently reopened. Refreshed and reinvigorated, it has quickly been embraced by locals who flock to the restaurant for celebration, shared feasting and delicious dining. When visiting Caruso’s, it is immediately obvious that the floor staff and kitchen work well together and are passionate about Italian cuisine and hospitality. The flavours are bursting with freshness and depth of flavour, the servings are generous and the waitstaff work the room with panache. The menu offers plenty of choice from starters like chilli mussels, garlic prawn hot pot and porcini arancini, to gourmet and traditional pizzas and then to heart-warming mains like the three hour cooked pork belly or lamb osso bucco. Save room for sweets: the dessert menu offers traditional favourites like crème brûlée and tiramisu. Fresh, spirited and chic, the new look Caruso’s is everything fabulous feasting should be.

CUISINES
  • European, Italian
Opening Hours
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 5 - 10pm
  • Wednesday: 5 - 10pm
  • Thursday: 5 - 10pm
  • Friday: 12 - 3pm, 5 - 10pm
  • Saturday: 12 - 3pm, 5 - 10pm
  • Sunday: 12 - 3pm, 5 - 10pm
Features
  • Gluten Free Options, Outdoor Seating, Suitable for Groups of 10
Price Range
  • $$ ~ $$$
License
  • Fully Licensed (No BYO)
Address
756 The Kingsway, Gymea, NSW, 2227

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