Great atmosphere in central city to enjoy fine food and wine which was quiet enough to be able to discuss business.
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Another fabulous night at Il Bacaro. The shared entree of Sydney oysters started a beautiful meal. My friend and I had a medium rare steak on the bone. My wife choose the squid ink tagialtini. All washed down with a Tuscan Sangiovese. The three shared...More
Wow what a great Italian restaurant - can't believe we haven't been before as apparently it's been around for years. Had spaghettini with Moreton bay bugs which was absolutely amazing, my wife had the buffalo agnolotti which was equally as tasty, followed up by the...More
Thumbs up across the board I had heard plenty about this Melbourne institution and it did not disappoint. The spaghettini with bugs was sublime the suckling pig was delightful. The wine list was generous and enabled the wines to pair up easily. Closed the night...More
This is my absolute favourite restaurant that I visit whenever I am back in my home town. Il Bacaro never disappoints. Real Italian food and fine dining without all the pretence. Wonderful, knowledgable staff who genuinely love what they do and know their food and...More
Make your reservations early to avoid disappointment. Early sittings are always taken on a Saturday night. This is a fine dining experience in busy Melbourne. The rest of the world may be in a recession, the other Australian states can have their oil & gas...More
A faultless experience (food, decor, service, atmosphere) . The fresh pasta dishes were truly excellent , packed with flavors, the wine list impeccable and the service very frienly. Highly recommended.
We had not been to this restaurant before and chose it from a dining out guide. It was a great choice. The food was excellent as was the Italian Cortese white wine we chose.I enjoyed my kingfish crudo and the main of spaghettini with Moreton...More
Great restaurant and a staple in Melbourne. Still serves the best calamari I have ever eaten, just a little small so tables are sparse and Id suggest booking in advance