Ciao Ciao Pizza from Crows Nest Opening hours
We are happy to be open for you. Our current opening hours can be found in the table. Never stand in front of closed doors again! Just check in advance if we are still open. Because nothing is worse than looking for a parking space, then walking to the restaurant to find out that the restaurant is not open yet. Just check online if Ciao Ciao Pizza is still open.
On the Ciao Ciao Pizza menu you will also find a variety of delicious dishes free of any animal product.
The rating of this Inn is really good. Is is with 4.6 one of the best out there. In the evaluation comments you maybe find special dates where opening times differ.
Just call the restaurant on (+61)294399918 to ask about opening times or to ask for closed holidays. Also book a table for yourself.
Poor quality tool, no taste and not what the picture beats. Pre-ordered at 5 pm for 20:00 and late! Will not order again!
Late arrival, although we came for hours of cancellation hours, cold and pizzas came no taste, all 3 were ordered, just as plastic cheese grasped
1 Willoughby Road Crows Nest, Crows Nest, Sydney, 2065, Australia
pubs, Drinks Only, Bar snacks, burgers, Cafes, Pub Food, Shared Plates, bars, restaurants, Pizza, Pub Grub, australian
As trendy upmarket pubs go, The Crows Nest Hotel – affectionately named by locals as ‘The Crowie’ – is pretty much on point in everything you want from a local pub. I went with the missus, and a few mates and their girlfriends last weekend for a Sunday session to catch up after a couple them had moved into a new apartment just up the road. <br> <br> We bought a round of drinks at the main bar downstairs, and they have a pretty good range of tap beers. Australian stalwarts VB and Carlton Draught hold a position each, along with a healthy smattering of other CUB beers. I was pleasantly surprised to find White Rabbit Pale Ale on tap, and immediately snapped up a pint of it. We moved to the rooftop bar to sit, and found the bar up their identical in their range of beers and beverages. After a couple drinks we ordered some fries and sweet potato wedges to nibble on. They were both pretty darn good. The fries were crunchy and hot, and the sweet potato wedges had melted cheese on them, which went surprisingly well.<br> <br> We later ordered mains after a few more drinks. I went with the lamb shank which was tender, sizeable and very flavoursome. My missus got the beef burger, and a couple my mates went with Parma’s. Everybody appeared to enjoy their meals. I really enjoyed the lamb shank. The only downside to it was I ordered seasonal greens with it, which came in the form of a smattering of peas over the top. My mate who bought me dinner said he did pay a little extra for the greens – so a few peas seemed a bit of a rort. That aside, the lamb and mash were delicious.<br> <br> On weekends at nights I think the Crowie turns into a bit of a nightclub, with a dancefloor and a much more party atmosphere which is cool if you’re a local and you’re looking for an alternative to the City. Given it’s opening hours on weekends are until 5am, and no lockouts it mightn’t be a bad destination for a dinner and a night out with friends. I’m sure I’ll definitely be back at the Crowie before too long, for dinner and inevitable beers with the boys.
45 Alexander Street, Sydney, Crows Nest, Sydney, 2065, Australia
Casual Dining, European, Modern Australian, Modern European, Seafood, german
We went to dinner in the student house, and while food was solid, the treatment we received from one of the waiters ensures that there is no return visit. First, the food: The menu is meatship with highlights that are the roasted pork knuckle, sauerkraut and fried red cabbage. The sausages and schnitzels were not really memorable. In one piece for a piece half cut half, the Stuyvesant schnitzel was much overpriced; Even if you fancy in the Hollandaise and the cheese. Pork ribs had a beautiful sticky sweet sauce, but the meat was a bit dried. The extensive drink list seems to be an important attraction - we discovered a Grange offered by the glass in 1992. Our dinner was affected by an arrogant older waiter, who is happy to make snide and sarcastic comments. First of all, we ceased as his standard behavior, but his interactions with other tables made it clear that his contempt was reserved for us. Maybe it was because we did not order drinks ...? Regardless of that the attitude we got were unjustified and let us feel uncomfortable. We found the female server (owner?) And cook much friendlier and inviting. I intended to rate this due to the service 2.5, but it was really just a waiter who was shitty. The student house is therefore a solid 3, but I would still return anyone yet.
4/136 Willoughby Rd, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2065, Crows Nest
Asian, thai, restaurants
Dined at the restaurant for the first time and it was fabulous! The food had a modern Thai flavour and simply delicious. We had the coconut prawns for the entree and for the mains the special fried rice with prawns, the soft shell crab in blacker pepper sauce, beef rendang, their signature dish the pad Thai and a chicken salad with orange. Each dish was so well done and it is the best Thai food we have ever tasted. The service was excellent and very professional. The owner was "hands on" and very friendly.A definite return, can't wait!
Crows Nest, 67 Willoughby Road, Crows Nest, Sydney
Casual Dining, italian, Pizza, Fast Food, Full Available, Dairy Free
I had a creamy gnocchi dish, which was delicious but difficult to finish because is was so rich. The others had other pasta meals. The pasta was cooked very well.<br> <br> The inside was very small by the window and quite cramped, but it was okay once we sat down. <br> <br> Service was a bit slow, and enjoyed my meal but there wasn't anything special about this place. Id probably not go again.