Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Shoalhaven including The guild., Carlo's Italian Ristorante Bar & Seafood, Bussola, Tuscany Wood Fired Restaurant, Bannisters Pool Bar, Flame Woodfire Pizzeria, Tony's Italian Restaurant
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4 based on 189 reviews
We were recommended by a local to this long established restaurant and it was a really great place. Traditionally made quality dishes, family and staff really looking after us, terrific wines and a happy and authentic atmosphere. There was lots of laughter and chatter going on with regulars and hopefully we can be regarded that way with repeat visits. Get along there and work your way through the menu and dont forget the specials board too. On a cold wintry day our stomachs were very happy.
4 based on 72 reviews
The service at this restaurant was very good and fast. I booked the table/seats 2-3 weeks prior to us going. The thing that let this place down was the seating. We were shown to some high box table with high bar like stools. You could not get your legs under the table and had to sit to one side of it. I can only say it was very uncomfortable, we had our food and got out without having desert as we couldn't sit at the box any longer. Being 60 yrs + we are getting a bit past sitting at a box rather than a table. I did ask why we couldn't have a table rather than a box and we were told these were all saved for large groups even when we had booked 2-3 weeks prior. Next time we will think twice before coming back. Food etc all good and no problems but, when booking tell them you don't want the high box table in the front corner,
4 based on 45 reviews
Like a lot of others we had a pizza voucher (staying at Bannisters Pavillion about 800 metres away). The pizza (Hawaiian) was outstanding, nice thin crispy crust, hot out of the oven and good quality toppings. The pool area gives it a great ambiance and would be hard to beat in summer. Just a suggestion that they do MUCH better signage from the top of the driveway, it is difficult to find because what signage there is is not enough and does not mention the pool bar at all, nor the nearby Rick Steins restaurant for that matter.
4 based on 173 reviews
Quick stop here to have dinner while driving through Nowra. Easy enough to get on the website and order form the online menu. Quick and easy, takeaway pizza ready to go when we pulled in. Friendly staff and great tasting pizza. Pretty big menu. Looked nice inside, will drop in again.
4 based on 77 reviews
Dropped in with no booking on Father's Day with my three teen/preteen daughters and were greeted warmly by the fantastic staff. No problem for them to set up a table quickly and with little fuss we were ordering a selection of meals from the menu ranging from olives, pickles to mains and pizza. Wow everything that came out was of the highest quality and got the nod from what can be fussy eaters. A special mention to the staff on the day for making the girls feel welcome and definitely hats of to the chef for a wonderful lunch.
4 based on 152 reviews
We dined here for the first time, having been regulars of (Tonyâs) International Restaurant next door for 40 years.It is very modern inside and is a little noisy when busy and it always seems to be busy.Two of our party had the veal Marsala and found it delicious. I had a wood fired seafood pizza, which was tasty and had a more than ample topping. I thought Tonyâs pizzas would be hard to beat but Carlo is giving his Dad a run for his money.Prices are moderate. Well worth a visit!
4 based on 147 reviews
The guild is the result of an evolution of a concept store. We begun our business in August 2014 with the Coffee Guild, a Milanese style cafe' with imported espresso machines and various brewing equipment. Our main goal was to be able to expand and mutate
Nice pizzas, pretty cosy BUT $15 corkage! Not only that, resident wine list limited and extremely expensive. Two couples agreed never again.Dear Kevin, IF $15 stops you from going to a tasty and cozy little gem in a rural area I feel sorry for you and I will weave your corkage fee next time you decide to come over for dinner. BUT ! if you turn up in a brand new Mercedes benz or some fancy sport car or wifey covered in expensive jewels, allow me to charge you a double corkage fee (let's call it "rich retirement tax") and I will donate that entirely to my beloved staff, as a generous tip for the wonderful service provided.Jokes apart, we are a licensed venue who follows the "RSA" rules and we must control-monitor-restrict the over consumption of alcohol as it's stated as quoted from the RSA website:SECTION 1 â PROVIDE RESPONSIBLE SERVICE OF ALCOHOLAlcohol is a drug and therefore the government restricts the way it is sold and supplied (given).Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) means serving and supplying liquor in a responsible manner. It also means that Licensees, approved Managers and staff who sell or supply liquor are required to conduct their business in a responsible manner, and may all be held accountable for their actions.The government has strict rules which control when and who can sell, serve and consume it. These rules are contained in Acts of parliament and/or Legislation.The primary aim of the Legislation and regulation is harm minimization. It ensures alcohol is sold by responsible people in a responsible manner to minimize and/or avoid its possible harmful effects.$15 will stop certain customers from bringing lots of cheap and nasty bottles to our venue and sincerely, we serve all our and BYO wines in Riedel crystal glasses.think about it, some people pay $15 late payment fee on a Telstra bill if overdue.Please let me know if we can assist you any further. Thanks again Kevin, Best RegardsStefano
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