At Tartufo, there’s no such thing as a quiet night. With traditional Italian cuisine given just enough of a modern twist to make it even better than the classic version on the menu, it’s small wonder the place is full night after night. Not to mention that they can cater for everything from a romantic degustation in a cosy booth to an epic pizza feast for a party of 10, depending on your occasion – or your mood.
Mosaic floors, red leather booths and a very grand back lit bar set the mood for a classy night, though you’ll have to decide beforehand whether you’re in the mood for fine dining or ‘fast food’ – Head Chef and owner Tony Percuoco’s description for their pizza and Italian street eats offering. On one side of the restaurant, the menu is all about spectacularly plated Italian a la carte, while on the other (the side with the bar – bonus), you can order only simple share dishes like calamari and arrancini and wood fired pizzas.
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