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Hours
Italian

Shop 23, Warwick Entertainment Centre, Warwick WA

1 Review

Location & Map

Shop 23, Warwick Entertainment Centre, Warwick 6024 WA - See Map

Features & Facilities

Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Diners, Amex, Eftpos

Seats: 110   Chef: Phillip Jardine  

Opening Hours

OPEN Lunch Friday & Sunday ; Dinner: 7 Days

Groups & Functions

  • Up to 100 Guests
  • Birthday Party
  • Dinner Party

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Member Reviews (1)

buffhunt

Stopped in here on Friday Night about 8:00pm. Dragonlady and I had this idea of getting a quick bite then watching a movie, however we decided the movies ran too late and just went for a quick bite, which became a most pleasant and relaxing evening.We were quickly greeted at the door and even though the restaurant was packed, quickly shown to a table for 2. First nice surprise was straight up, we received water at our table. There was also plenty of room betwen tables so we didn't feel cramped.We opted for a simple night as neither of us was ravenous, started with garlic bread which was 2 very large thick slices of crusty bread, which had delicously soaked up the garlic butter and was soft inside a crunchy exterior. Only downside was the salt overpowered the beautiful garlic flavour.Dragonlady took a regular garlic prawns with chilli for her main and I opted for a regular steamed mussels in Napolitana sauce with chilli. I am so glad I ordered the regular and not the large, because Dragonlady ended up having to help me finish them.The Garlic prawns were definitely garlic and extremely hot in temperature. The chilli was on the weak side though. But there were plenty of good size prawns in the dish/The mussels were the winner of the night, delivered in a double bowl steamer, where the top half of the bowl became a bin for the shells.When opened there was a huge pile of mussels, (not big greenlips but the smaller variety), sitting in a magnifcent tomato and chili sauce. The sauce had fine pieces of tomato and herbs through it and we also got some lvely ciabatta and fresh bread to help soak up the sauce.The chilli was a nice temperature, (we asked for hot) without overpowering the mussel flavour and the napoli sauce.We plan to return to try the pasta and maybe one of the fantastic pizzas that passed our table while we ate.Even though the place was humming and busy, our food arrived quickly and we received attentive service.