Dinner At Margherita Vinoteca Is Always A Good Idea
With a pretty refined air at a relatively pedestrian price point, the Margherita Vinoteca menu is one to try.
The restaurant, which can be found at Sydney’s World Square, right in the middle of town, has only been open a few months, but what it’s managed to achieve in that short amount of time is pleasantly impressive. They’re all about nouveau dining with a classic twist, playing with Italian flavours and inspiration in a unique way that only Margherita Vinoteca could do.
The restaurant itself isn’t traditional even at face value. It commands the floor space of an entire common area through the World Square complex, touting its casual eatery-take away offering, dine-in and cocktail bar sections, all ‘under the one roof’ as it were.
Aside from a gaudy projection of the Margherita Vinoteca’s brandname on the rear wall of the restaurant, Margherita’s is a sophisticated dining experience. With black polished tables, untarnished copper menus and stylishly branded cocktail glasses, the entire place offers something effortlessly polished.
They play with the traditional and make it more exciting. From broadbean bruschetta to flayed, honeyed chicken, squid ink fettuccine and a modern, typically traditional take on Italian pizza, the menu leaves nothing wanting.
From as carb-heavy to as light and ‘Sydney-diet’ as you’d like, the range is varied and welcoming, accommodating for all taste palates and wallet widths.
See more about Margherita Vinoteca right in the heart of Sydney at their website.
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