The Italian Job Cafe

  • Cuisine:
    Italian, Modern Australian and Pizza
  • Phone: (02) 9580 8080
  • Open:
    Lunch, Dinner and Take Away
  • Address:
    The Italian Job Cafe
    Laycock Rd (Cnr Hillcrest Av)
    Hurstville Grove, Sydney, NSW 2220
  • Rating:
    7/10

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Dining Information:

  • Entrees Price: $8-$13
  • Mains Price: $12-$24
  • Dessert: $6-$10
  • Alcohol: BYO
Opening hours:
Mon 5pm - 9pm
Tue- Thu 11am - 3pm & 5pm - 9pm
Fri- Sat 11:30am - 3pm & 5pm - 10pm
   

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Description:

The Italian Job Café is an authentic Italian trattoria serving traditional healthy. and hearty cuisine. The café is run by the Stasolla family with Teresa as Head Chef and Dominic, looking after the pizzeria and kids Jessica, Nunzio and Leonardo helping out. The name was inspired by the movies (1969 & 2003) of the same name. The friends in the movie have a strong bond of loyalty. Food has always been central to developing this bond for Italians. It is called a café rather than a restaurant to preserve the charm of the more intimate, informal family owned trattoria or eatery. It has the feel of a cosy and warm dining room of an Italian family.
We serve traditional cuisine and pizza with Italian simplicity and the freshest ingredients bought daily and cooked to perfection to give that delicious authentic taste reminiscent of Nonna’s (Grandma’s) cooking. Our pastas are al dente with delicious sauces and our risottos creamy. Our pizzas are baked with a crispy base, light Fior di latte cheese with generous toppings. Try one. of our Chefs favourite creations featured on the Blackboard Specials. Our café is BYO with a bottle shop on Hillcrest Avenue open till 8:30pm daily.
The Italian Job Café has the buzz and charm of an Italian family get together, sometimes loud but always full of fun and laughter. It is a local favourite for the residences of the leafy suburb of Hurstville Grove. As we are in a residential area please be considerate of neighbours when leaving the café.


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