Cafe Sopra – Bridge Street

 

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.

 

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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.

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Gnocchi $22 – with pumpkin , garlic and parmesan

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Garlic Bread $5 – Great garlic bread, nice and crusty.

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When you eat at the bar you can look right into the kitchen

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It’s an unassuming entrance, don’t miss it.

 

 

Cafe Sopra - 11 Bridge Street Sydney

http://www.fratellifresh.com.au

 

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5 Responses to “Cafe Sopra – Bridge Street”

  1. April 19, 2012 at 3:41 pm #

    this looks awesome dude!i’ve only ever been here for the desserts (banoffee pie) but the pastas always smell so good. the carbonara looks awesome… no cream?

    • Joseph
      April 24, 2012 at 6:10 pm #

      The pasta is heaps good! Never had a dessert must try next time. I think their is no cream in the carbonara (if there is its very little)

  2. April 22, 2012 at 12:27 pm #

    My brother LOVES this place! He goes usually goes at least once a wk after work or when he finishes night classes at uni! I usually go to the one in Walsh Bay for lunch :) I love how Bridge st looks so cosy, think I’ll need to stop by for dinner one night!

  3. May 1, 2012 at 9:22 pm #

    ohh the gnocchi looks so good! I never see gnocchi on the menu when im there :(

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