Fiasco opened its doors in 2006, after much Italian-style discussion and deliberations, usually over Friday night family pizza. A passion for simple, traditional Italian cooking led head chef Stefano Mazzina and his family to create a menu which offers diners a taste of time-honoured family recipes in a friendly and relaxed setting.
Stefano and his team are passionate about using small, local producers in all areas of the business. They aim to keep alive the Italian tradition of a strong connection all the way from the paddock to the plate. It’s this relationship that ensures the highest quality seasonal ingredients and provides the inspiration for many of the dishes. The team at Fiasco are excited about playing their part in a sustainable future for the region’s farmers and growers.
A seasonally changing menu, with highlights from different regions of Italy, means there is always something new to experience. Charming wait staff will guide you through the daily specials and ensure your evening is relaxed and memorable. The heartwarming cooking and service, combined with an award-winning wine list, have achieved Fiasco a place in the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide every year since 2008.
Phone: 02 6651 2006
Best fish & chips we ever had. The Dinner Pack was just huge for two, but you just can’t stop eating! Lovely and crisp chips, and the fish was exceptional. Only draw-back was the very small decking outside, which was too crowded and hard to find a vacant table. Unless of course you take your fish & chips and eat them somewhere else. Everything was as fresh as seafood should be. Straight off the boat! Next time we’ll try the mixed seafood.
This was fish and chips done to perfection. Thick crunchy fish cocktails, calamari rings, prawn cutlets and chips were all fantastic.
My wife and I ordered grilled swordfish. It took some time until it was done, but then we each got a nicely grilled piece about the size of a T Bone steak. Our daughter liked the salad. It might not be the place for a formal dinner but if you are hungry for fish at a reasonable price it’s certainly worth going there.
The fisherman’s co-op is your one stop shop for both a tasty seafood lunch and to purchase fresh seafood for dinner. Highly recommended the fisherman’s basket for two, it was easily enough to fill both our bellies. We then purchased a fresh kilo of prawns to take home.