Great coffee and many look a like movie characters spotted but allowowing smoking next to diners is not healthy. Have to find another clean air style venue.
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A nice little place on Acland street where one can start the week end with a lovely breakfast and fine coffee to go with. Pizzas are excellent and so are their their pan fried garlic prawns or smoked salmon. The three course menu though steeply...More
Went to this place several times and every time it was a different experience. Must be different chef's. Sometimes its amazing and sometimes its just so so. Always a busy place. Nice service. A lot for vegeterians not much for vegans. Not too keen to...More
My children and I ate at Rococo when we visited St Kilda this week. Our waitress was friendly but mixed up our orders a couple of times. The kids meals were better than the usual kids meals at a restaurant eg; you can choose which...More
We were visiting Melbourne for the weekend and chose to catch the tram out to St Kilda and find somewhere for breakfast. After wondering around and exploring we came across Rococo. What can I say, great service, friendly staff and a lovely menu to choose...More
Dropped I. Here for supper and at 10pm st night this place was hopping. We ordered two house reds and a pumpkin, pine but, spinach and goats cheese pizza. Absolutely brilliant pizza. Good size and very very tasty. House red good. Seating outside is excellent....More
We eat here often with and without kids. The food is always fresh, tasty and consistently good. Its all about the pizza and pastas for us,so if you want good traditional Italian food make sure you go.
If you are looking for some good old fashion basic Italian food then this is the place for you. All of the meals were ok, but as above none were outstanding.