Salt meat cheese sydney: Italian food gods Salt Meats Cheese has opened in Cronulla

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If you love carbs, then prepare to panic – Salt Meats Cheese is opening another restaurant in Sydney. But this time, Cronulla.

Think all the pastas, all the cheese wheels, and all of the Italian food goodness that has quickly and conveniently made the family-owned name one of the Sydney canon when it comes to simple deliciousness in the city’s hot spots.

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The new digs is an 87-seater restaurant serving their signature pizzas, pastas, antipasti, desserts and cocktails.

Inside the heritage-listed Commonwealth Bank building on Ocean Grove, the restaurant is a welcome addition to the group’s growing portfolio of six restaurants and cooking classes, with more venues set to open in Sydney and Brisbane in the coming months.

Cousins Edoardo Perlo and Stefano De Blasi, who founded Salt Meats Cheese in 2012, four years after moving to Sydney from Northern Italy, are passionate about opening new restaurants in neighbourhoods with a strong sense of community. Cronulla proved the ideal backdrop for their next venture; the coastal town reminiscent of their childhood in Liguria.

Complete with big open windows, you’re able to see the large open fire kitchen and a six seater bar, complete with arched cabinets housing the vast array of bottles that make up their uncomplicated and delicious cocktail, spritz and wine menus.

Couple that with their famous pizza and pasta menu which combines locally sourced and imported authentic Italian ingredients with a passion for honest homestyle cooking and you’re worted in the southern burbs.

The seasonal changing menu will feature a number of Salt Meats Cheese classics, including the Tagliolini Al Granchio, made with blue swimmer crab with zucchini and chilli – a customer favourite across the group.

In addition to the opening of its Cronulla location, Salt Meats Cheese is rapidly expanding and will see open three new venues around the country Sydney’s Dee Why, Brisbane’s West Village (as part of the restoration of an iconic Brisbane 1920s heritage landmark) and a rooftop bar in Circular Quay in the coming months.

Salt Meats Cheese, Cronulla

Monday to Thursday: 7am to 11pm

Friday and Saturday: 7am to midnight

Sunday: 7am to 10pm

66 – 70 Cronulla St, Cronulla

See more at the Salt Meats Cheese website.

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