Caffe Roma

9 Kellett Street, Potts Point

I’d spent a total of 7 months in Australia and still not stepped foots in Kings Cross. I’m British, how can this be?!

Partly because I was born middle-aged,  don’t go clubbing and am not a single man, it hasn’t really been on my radar. We decided to rectify this and spent a night in the cross a few weeks ago. This meant going a bit crazy and having 3 martinis before dinner, followed by venturing to a few bars and some people watching. If you’re not living life on the edge, your taking up too much room.

Anyway back to dinner. A colleague from work had recommended Caffe Roma for great pizza. So with a little bit of fuzziness and having had some som tum at Libertine around the corner we ventured to it. It was a fun buzzy venue with seating outside and a constant stream of people.

I think we ordered Proscuitto & Funghi with one or two extras:

It was a fine pizza with a good base – a nice combination of sourness & chewiness. The extra ingredients may have made it a touch sloppier than it would have been. But it was easy to look beyond since it tasted very good.

I think we may have had a bottle of wine. Our spirits were already lifted and meal did nothing to dispel this. We continued on our way, mixing it with the 20 year old vixens on the streets.

It’s nicely hidden this place, but clearly deserves a bit more profile than what I can tell. You could do far worse when you’re in my stomping ground…..I’ll probably be back in a year!


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