Noti Restaurant & Bar

Noti Restaurant & Bar

Noti Restaurant & Bar

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Ratings:
53%   (15 votes)
8 / 15

THE BUZZ:Industry veteran, Toni Rossetti, has put a dose of his heritage into sexy eatery Noti Restaurant & Bar along Club Street.

Great for wine-soaked dinners with friends, Noti occupies the ground floor of two shophouses and oozes laid-back vibes with stylish exposed bricks and dim lighting.

MUST TRIES:The pasta-heavy menu reads like a love letter to his family's culinary heritage; there's a section with his mother's recipes, traditional Pugliese eats, as well as heirloom desserts.

Try a regional staple, the freshly-made orecchiette pasta with pork salsiccia (Italian sausage), porcini mushroom, chilli and garlic.

Also worth a try is the earthy and nutty risotto of mushroom, walnuts and white truffle oil.

A meal here gets pretty darn close to a home-cooked Italian feast.

Hours:

Mon - Sat: 17:30 - 23:30
Closed: Sun

Address:
54 Club Street

Cuisine:
European, Italian, Western



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