Cafe Sopra Bridge Street is not the easiest place to find, you can walk right by and have no idea you have just passed a busy restaurant. The entrance is a small gate that leads to a set of stairs going down below street level. They only take bookings for Saturday and weekday lunches; they can get very busy so come early or late otherwise you will have to queue.
Just like there other 3 locations Cafe Sopra Bridge Street serves up very tasty traditional Italian food at a reasonable price making it a favourite place of mine for for a city pasta fix. The menu is on a big blackboard and it changes frequently. After you eat check out the stores selection of Italian groceries and take something home with you to eat.
Spaghetti carbonara $20 – If you like pasta that is not drenched in sauce you will like the pastas here. The carbonara has just the right amount of sauce with plenty of flavour.
Gnocchi $22 – with pumpkin , garlic and parmesan
Garlic Bread $5 – Great garlic bread, nice and crusty.
When you eat at the bar you can look right into the kitchen
It’s an unassuming entrance, don’t miss it.
Cafe Sopra – 11 Bridge Street Sydney