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Authentic Neapolitan cuisine with a hint of Melbourne, that’s Gradi. Home to the award-winning margherita pizza and oh-so-sweet pizze dolce. Where the pizza is baked to 400 degrees and eating dessert first is never frowned upon. A place where fine Italian dining meets a stellar drinks menu, and the chefs can be heard cracking punny pizza jokes from the kitchen.
Everything over priced!
Dont understand why??
Food wasnt that good!
Ravioli was a complete dissappointment. It was large pieces of ravioli that was dry?
Menu stated ricotta with beetroot and pine nuts. What you actually get is 8 overstuffed ravioli with ricotta only and 6...More
Very busy and noisy restaurant. There was 4 of us and we shared pizzas. They were good but expensive. We had a confusing problem with our wine order. We ordered $106.00 bottle a waitress quickly pored out 3 glasses of wine then walked away. We...More
Busy Italian restaurant in the Crown complex. We enjoyed the food but some of the meals were quite expensive for what you got... could have done with vegetable or potato options. The service was courteous and prompt. I wold recommend a visit, but with so...More
This restaurant never lets you down. Even though the menu is smaller there is always something for everyone.
We had the Polpette el sugo which my husband absolutely adores and he was very happy with. I had the Burrata with heirloom tomatoes and toast, this...More
We had an early dinner booking (5.30pm) as we needed to be at the convention centre by 7pm. This was the perfect place for a quick meal without feeling rushed.
The staff seamlessly served us - stepping in to assist when needed - to the...More
My husband arrived last night for dinner without a booking.
From the minute we walked in we were treated with so much respect and was made to feel relaxed, special and welcome.
The waiter was fantastic and extremely knowledgeable about the menu- he added the...More
I am never disappointed with the quality, staff and service. The food is delicious, the waiters and very attentive and the service is very fast even though the restaurant is always so busy!
In particular, I had the pleasure of having a waitress named Alex...More