A 9 course dinner at Criniti’s and I’m still in food coma!!

There is something cool about Criniti’s. I’m not sure if it is the red Ducati sitting on top of the bar, the Ferrari engine in the middle of the restaurant or the awesome atmosphere but I can easily say it is one of my favourite restaurants in Sydney. When the invite came to have dinner on Tuesday night at the Criniti’s family table for the launch of their new menu I knew not to eat anything that day. If there is one Italian tradition Criniti’s passes onto their customers it is that you won’t leave hungry!

For those who don’t know – Criniti’s is Sydney’s award winning Southern Italian cuisine with restaurants located in Castle Hill, Darling Harbour, Parramatta and coming soon to Manly and Woolloomooloo.

Here is the menu from the dinner:

Yep… that’s right… 9 courses!!! All of which were AMAZING!

And this is what they looked like…

Wood fire Wagyu Schiacciata & Brushestta Cucuzza

Criniti’s Antipasto

Mini Arancini

Mummas Meatball’s

Procini Pappardelle & (white wine with truffle oil) & Fettucini Arragosta (lobster meat with orange zest – this one was my fave)

Braised Osso Bucco (veal shank)

Fig Salad

D.O.P Burrata

Zuppa Inglese

There was also matching wines for all of the courses and new cocktails to try.

Playing Fusball in-between meals

I love the personalised Criniti’s cutlery and serviettes

How cool is the wall of Peroni bottles?!


What I wore: Witchery leggings & jumper, Bassike top, Chanel flats, Chanel J12 watch, Nightrider Celebrity Bracelet from the Not Going Home Online Store, Givenchy handbag.

Thank god I wore leggings – if I wore jeans I would’ve had to undo the top button!!

I couldn’t of said it better myself!

A big thankyou to Criniti’s for making me part of the family.

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  • Julian Mark

    I love Crinitis, the food there is awesome, did you go to the Parramatta or Darling Harbour restaurant?

    9 courses. Heaven.. Where was my invite!?!?

    • Hi Julian!
      I went to the Darling Harbour restaurant.
      I think I’ll be going back for more this weekend!!!

  • Mel B

    Yes the food is to die for. I love the atmosphere at Darling Harbour although tend to find it difficult to get my husbands eyes off the Ferrari engine in the restaurant.

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