As a Chef I love the passion, the adrenaline, and the feeling you get when diners leave happy.
Suckling pig, smoked yoghurt, cucumber granita, meringue, green tomato and dill.
Translated as ‘God of wine’, Il Bacaro is the epitome of Venetian style in the heart of Melbourne. First opened in 1995, Il Bacaro is certainly no stranger to acclaim and continues to impress diners and critics alike. A long, horseshoe-shaped bar and intimate, low-lit dining room exude timeless Italian inspired style; polished hardwood floors, rich leather banquette seating and a Venetian air of allure are exquisitely inviting, while sophisticated but subtle service makes for longer lunches and decadent dinners. Sample contemporary Italian classics such as calamari St Andrea – shallow fried calamari, rocket and balsamic dressing; or perhaps pappardelle with goat ragu, flat beans and porcini cured mozzarella, finished with chocolate mousse, white chocolate parfait and strawberries.
168-170 Little Collins Street, Melbourne CBD 3000 VIC - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Diners, Amex, Eftpos
Seats: 40 Chef: David Dellai