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Opens at 12:00:PM
Italian

87-91 Acland Street, St Kilda VIC

1 Review

Best Known For

Artisan wood-fired pizza, antipasti and handmade pasta.

About Rococo Acland Street

Gather family and friends and enjoy a social dining experience at Rococo Acland Street, an Italian-inspired restaurant frequented by loyal St Kilda locals. A touch of style embraces guests, whether dining streetside under a wide, sloping awning, or perched up at a well-stocked bar, thanks to a warm glow of light reflecting off glossy decor and sleek furnishings. Dine at leisure, grazing over mac and cheese croquettes, with black olive crumb and tomato sugo; before picking up a slice of pork and fennel sausage pizza, with crushed potato, tomato, rosemary, smoked mozzarella and caramelised onion. Pasta lovers are satisfied with plates of handmade seafood tortellini, in a creamy white wine sauce; or devour twice-cooked duck leg on white bean cassoulet, with tomato, pancetta, garlic and thyme.

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Location & Map

87-91 Acland Street, St Kilda 3182 VIC - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon  12:00:PM - 10:00:PM
Tue  12:00:PM - 10:00:PM
Wed  12:00:PM - 10:00:PM
Thu  12:00:PM - 10:00:PM
Fri  12:00:PM - 10:00:PM
Sat  12:00:PM - 10:00:PM
Sun  12:00:PM - 10:00:PM

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thespiceadventuress

A great Italian restaurant in the city
Pan fried Saganaki with lemon, tomato, red onion, grape and parsley – totally delicious and we absolutely loved it.No Italian meal is complete without a traditional Caprese salad so we ordered a plate of really good vine ripened tomatoes, mozzarella di bufala, basil, olive oil and balsamic. The flavour was really good but I would have preferred a tad bit sweeter tomatoes.And of course the Bruschetta which was absolutely fantastic at Rococo. Warm, crispy bread topped liberally with freshly chopped tomatoes, goat’s cheese, pesto di casa, garlic, basil and olive oil. We fell in love with Italian meatballs at 400 Gradi and wanted to see if these guys did a good job of it, so we ordered the slow-cooked classic Italian meatballs. Tender, melt-in-your-mouth meatballs smothered in tomato sugo, pesto di casa and parmesan.I was craving for some more rich comfort and for mains, ordered the Gnocchi Bolognese – delicious and pillowy potato gnocchi with a generous helping of the bolognese sauce topped with parmesan and fresh herbs. Loved it; I usually can never finish a gnocchi dish but this one was wiped clean.The hubby tried out the Tasmanian salmon risotto. He has quite high standards when it comes to a risotto and it did measure up to it. Creamy and flavourful, perfectly done risotto with flaky Tasmanian salmon, artichoke, leeks, fresh peas, lemon and black pepper. A winner especially for the risotto lovers.