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Fratelli Fresh brings fresh Italian flavours, hand-tossed pizzas and craft beer garden to the Entertainment Quarter

August 17, 2017 Dining No Comments Email Email

Rockpool Dining Group will bring casual Italian dining, the city’s largest selection of Italian craft beers and a spacious indoor-outdoor beer and wine garden to Sydney’s Eastern suburbs when it opens Fratelli Fresh at the Entertainment Quarter.http://www.seychelles.travel/

On Saturday, 19 August the latest Fratelli Fresh will unveil a magnificent al fresco drinking and dining experience at 11.30am. A lush and leafy indoor-outdoor Italian beer and wine garden and an inviting open kitchen are the heart and soul of this venue, which accommodates over 300 guests.

The menu is perfect for a swift, pre-game meal, a quick wood-fired pizza before a movie, or long lingering lunches and dinners with family and friends. In addition to authentic, hand-tossed pizzas the menu features Fratelli classics, including its famous zucchini flowers, lamb ragu and gnocchi.

All Fratelli meals are best ended on a sweet note with house-made tiramisu, signature banoffee torta, Fratelli rocher cannoli and a rainbow of gelato, including hazelnut and salted caramel, yoghurt and amarena, and chocolate crunch.

Fratelli Fresh Entertainment Quarter boasts the biggest line-up of beers of all the Fratelli restaurants with 15 Italian craft beers available from Urban Craft Brewing Co, Birra del Borgo and Les Bieres Du Grand Saint Bernard.

Three bars will help keep the drinks flowing, with an emphasis on freshly made froze, as well as red, white and rose wines from the barrel and Negronis on tap.

Rockpool Dining Group Chief Executive Officer Thomas Pash said it was time for Eastern suburbs residents to enjoy the convenience of another Fratelli Fresh on their doorstep.

“The Entertainment Quarter is the perfect, convenient location for one of our largest Fratelli Fresh restaurants yet,” Mr Pash said.

“Our spacious beer and wine garden is the perfect meeting place for groups of families and friends and casts a lovely al fresco feel across the whole venue.”

Happy hour kicks in every day from 4pm-6pm with $7.50 Negronis, $5 house wines and beer and $10 selected cocktails. Kids under twelve eat free every Sunday and guests can enjoy a long lunch every Saturday and Sunday with three courses, plus bottomless wine, available for $59pp.

Customers across the Eastern suburbs can also indulge Fratelli-style at home or work thanks to a delivery service by Deliveroo.

Opening hours: MondaySunday 11.30am-midnighthttp://www.fratellifresh.com.au/

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