What You See: Beautiful, rustic ceramic mosaic floors set against the quaint feel of brick laid walls; wooden chandeliers, ivory candles and traditional Italian artefacts all add to the Italian odyssey at Focaccia. The ambience is highly interactive, with an open kitchen, and a wood-fired oven.
Best Of The Bar & Kitchen: This trattoria-style restaurant offers patrons flavours from the belt of Campania, Puglia, Calabria and Sicily. The food at Focaccia prides itself on being authentic, simple and fresh with vibrant flavours. The menu, created by native Chef Massimiliano Pauletto, offers some personal recipes from his grandmother’s culinary repertoire as well. The restaurant also features a walk-in wine library where diners can sample and choose from a wide range of Italian wines.
We Recommend: The indoor section is stylishly cosy, but dining alfresco takes the experience to a whole new level. The wood-fired pizza, Mamma Donatella’s Lasagne, homemade gelatos and the traditional limoncello are a must try.