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Fratelli Paradiso

  • Karen Ledbury
  • Cuisine: Italian
  • Theme: My Kitchen Rules
  • 5th April 2014
  • Episode: 7
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Buongiorno! You’ll feel like you’ve stepped into Italy when you visit Fratelli Paradiso. It’s a favourite restaurant for My Kitchen Rules contestant Anna Lisle. At this Potts Point eatery you’ll find some of the best Italian food in town. Feast on fresh pasta and other classic and modern Italian food in a stylish setting. Try their risotto with pine, cep and oyster mushroom. You’ll love their Agliolinin with gallinella and zucchini flowers. They’ve also got Bresaola beed with celery and reggiano. Try a seafood dish like their Calamari Stan’ Andrea squid with rocket and balsamic. Satisfy your sweet tooth with their desserts like Bianco Manigiare sheep’s milk yoghurt ‘mousse’ with strawberries and granola. If you’re an early riser you can even start your day with their breakfast. They’ve got classic dishes like omelettes and all their eggs are organic and free range. You can’t go wrong with a restaurant Gourmet Traveller described as ‘a beacon and reliquary of true Italian restaurant culture’.

                                                                                                                                         

More Information

Fratelli Paradiso

12 - 16 Challis Ave, Potts Point, NSW 2011

Mains $22^

Open 7 days

Ph: (02) 9357 1744

www.fratelliparadiso.com     

Prices correct as at 05/04/14

The competition is definitely heating up in the kitchen. Tune in Monday night 

to see Anna and her mum take on the rest of the country in My Kitchen Rules.

Go the blues! 

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Region Inner City
Suburb Potts Point
Address 12 - 16 Challis Ave
City Potts Point
Postcode 2011
Phone 9357 1744
Price Mains $22^
Website www.fratelliparadiso.com
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