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Restaurant Santino is a restaurant located at 2/17 Globe Ln, Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia The quality of the service here is excellent. Restaurant Santino has received positive customer evaluations. Restaurant Santino is open from 12:00 until 15:00 It serves a variety of traditional foods as well as some restaurant specialties. Please check the restaurant’s discount code on the on a regular basis.If you are looking for a place to eat with a good experience of food and good service with family and friends, then Restaurant Santino is the best choice for you.

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My my my, what a cosy, fantastic, beautiful, stylish, yummy little Italian place to eat.Honestly, the food and staff are amazing.If i had one compliant it would be that their dessert menu is not big enough.Otherwise all the food they had was superb.

With the premier state celebrating its freedom day it was time to hit the foodie scene again and make a splash at one of Wollongongs newest Italian offerings Restaurant Santino.The hype around Santino is really positive and I had high hopes about our groups first big night out. Overall we had a really enjoyable night but it was also a night full of conflict… The service was super friendly, yet also clumsy. The food was amazing, yet lacklustre in some details. The drinks menu extensive, yet some selections were not available. This leads to the score which I will talk about now instead of at the end of the review. The 4 stars were heavily rounded up from what should have been a 3 if we are being honest. The generosity of the four is because we know things have been bloody hard for the hospitality industry and Santino hasn’t had a chance to really spread its wings and soar. The wing clipping lock downs and restrictions on dining out; especially hurting the fine dining sector.With the score explained let’s talk about the venue. Tucked away in Globe Lane off Crown St mall were you used to have to follow your mother on her trips to David Jones the entrance is unassuming but opens into a comfortable and really cozy dining room with a semi open kitchen. There is table and bar seating and our group of 7 were shown a table right next to the impressive wall of pickles and preserves that dominates the dining room decor.Our waiter Carter deserves a very honourable mention. His service was friendly and honest and it was the poor guys first night on after lockdown. Let’s talk about why the service was conflicting. The service progressed slowly. This didn’t bother our group as we were busy catching up after a long iso hibernation but we were concerned at the pace things were moving we wouldn’t get through our food before the next sitting. We were assured this would not be a problem however after some kitchen confusion we were delivered the bill after finishing our mains leaving us wondering and longing for the just dessert’s we were denied. Carter couldn’t have been more apologetic and even refused to accept a tip, maybe we should call him Sir Carter because he was the chivalrous knight in a serving apron that really did his best.The food!!! I know, you are reading the review because you want to know if the food is good, not that we missed out on desert… The food is, for the most part, amazing. A well deployed fusion of modern and traditional; it’s Italian comfort food served up with refined subtlety.Some stand outs…The ox tongue skewers, but at $12 each pricey for the serving size. If you are turned off by the sound of ox tongue you are missing out. It’s a really delicate flavoured and textured meat and the tonnato dressing and contrasting pickles make this dish a hit!The duck parfait was decadently smooth and the the orange preserve a classic flavour match. The dish was let down by the panettone. I am sure that Italian kids fear this dry, sweet, traditional Christmas bread and it didn’t do the parfait justice. A richer option like a gnocco fritter or similar would be up to the job?The almond ricotta alla primavera was delicious. Alla primavera means in the style of springtime and the green vegetables and rich ricotta are a match made in heaven. The herb oil rounding out the dish as a star performer.A lot of our group had the Murray cod and it was a simple yet well executed dish. The mild flavoured fatty flesh of this fresh water fish was served with a crunchy crispy skin and charred lemon.Two sides that were also delicious were the caramelised artichoke and the gatto di patate. The gatto is French influenced Neapolitan cooking and is a delicate potato cake with creamy scarmorza cheese and salty pancetta. Both delicious!!A quick mention on the worst item. The starter focaccia bread was a real let down. With more moisture seen in the Sahara desert and not enough oil to hydrate this pan-full (lame French pun intended) bread it is a non event.Will I be back? Yes!! Maybe more suited to a couples evening…

Abhishek Saxena
Loved the food, ambience and hospitality. Perfect for special occasions, with loved ones, or any celebration. The set menu Feed Me takes the cake.

Ashlee Camilleri
Absolutely incredible experience tonight! The staff were all amazing, faultless. The food was just as good. The oysters were some of the best we have had. Our server Amy was beautiful. She looked after us so well all night. Would highly recommend here!

Chintia Ratu
We ordered:- BEEF TARTARE (tasty, fresh and the size too small)- BRAISED OCTOPUS (pretty yummy and price worthy)- FETTUCCINE CARBONARA (creamy, I love the raw yolk on the top and so tasty! Highly recommend this one)- SALT BAKED MARKET FISH (the fish very soft, creamy flavor and I love the touch of smoky on the veggie)Overall, I don’t doubt about the flavours, just the price pretty higher than the size of foods we got

Highly recommended. Amazing food and drinks. The portion size was great and the prices very fair for the high quality dining. Honestly the best we’ve eaten out in Wollongong. Staff and service was excellent and the vibe was really nice. We had a great time for my birthday and look forward to coming back!

Jon Parko
The food is quality and the service is pretty good, but…Don’t expect intimate conversation. Very tight table configuration makes for a very noisy space. Dirty cutlery was placed on the table. Waiter probably couldn’t tell because the lighting was so dim. Take your glasses to read the wine list.Small portions, but the flip side is they’re quality, innovative and delicious.


Q Where is Restaurant Santino

Restaurant Santino is located at 2/17 Globe Ln, Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia

Q What is the phone number of Restaurant Santino

You can try to dialing this number +61 2 4225 0222 or find more information on their website

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Latitude: -34.4255176 - Longitude: 150.8942386