Steve and Wendy agree that Vivaldi is peppered with Symphony of flavours from calamari to rocket walnut salads. Pizzas are fired to go with home grown red chilli. Sea food Spaghetti and monk fish still tasted like ocean
Vivaldi, named after the family’s son’s love for Vivaldi’s violin, will take you on a delicious Italian culinary journey, a chance to sample the genuine flavours and recipes of every region of Italy. But the homemade orangecello is Sicilian as Rachael is... ( the son is now taking up violin lessons after 20 years in musical wilderness)
Vivaldi Italian Kitchen & Pizza is in Matraville, in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. It’s close enough to areas like Bondi and Maroubra but far enough to avoid all the craziness and noise.
The restaurant is open plan with an authentic rustic look. The open wood fired oven at the back fills the room with genuine Italian smells giving the space a really unique feel, you feel like you are in Italy.