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February 26, 2009

bar reggio interiorBefore I start, “Hello whats up herunterladen kostenlos! Welcome! and thanks for the cheese!” to all my new readers (whose presence I have recently been made aware). Ok. That’s all. So what I really wanted to say is…

It’s Friday fritz fon klingeltöne herunterladen! And that means that it is more likely than not that I am presently twirling around in my swivel chair at work, arms flailing like a drunk seagull.

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We’d been here before. Well, I’d only been once before, but that was enough for me to know that I wanted pasta. Or pizza. One of the two download windows 10 games. And, such was my indecision, that it wasn’t until after the boys had both ordered, and the waiter looked in my direction that I actually decided historische hörbücher kostenlos downloaden. And by decided, I mean said the first thing that came into my head. And that thing was the scampi linguine.

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scampi linguine (special) $25.00

The last time we’d been here, I ordered a vegetarian pasta taz. Don’t look at me like that. It had artichokes in it and I really felt like artichokes. Until, that is, my next door neighbour’s plate of crab farfelle arrived and all I could do was think of crustacean gratis puzzle herunterladen.

So this hit the spot.

Five scampi halves, buttered, egged and grilled under a salamander, arrived on top of a giant (and I mean giant) pile of perfectly al dente fettucine picasa 3.9 for free nederlands. Olive oil and parsley topped it all off and I amazed myself by polishing it all off. I have to say, the olive oil here is wonderfully fruity, I could taste it with every bite, and that’s a big deal when it’s battling with scampi.

bar reggio mortadella pizza
large pizza: half mortadella half something else

The pizzas actually arrived before my pasta, but not before a decently long wait. It could have been that we were hungry, or that it took just a little longer than we were hoping for, but the wait felt like it went for days. Weeks even.

So when the pizza did arrive, we all hopped straight in. It wasn’t until halfway through the first slice that someone said “Weren’t you planning on taking photos of this?” My response, through a mouthful of cheese went something like this “Mmmm…orrrrgh! *gulp* hold on.” Hence the semi-dessimated pizza shots 🙂

bar reggio seafood pizza
large pizza: half prawn, chilli & garlic; half marinara

The other pizza (the one that I nicked a slice of whilst waiting for my pasta to arrive) was absolutely lovely. Now, I’ve read about how Bar Reggio’s pizzas are burnt and oggy, over-and-underseasoned, lacking in general flavour… but I have to disagree. This pizza was wonderful. It tasted fresh, it arrived warm, the base was crispy and the top golden with cheese.

I have good authority on the quality of the pizza too – 1x half italian/half malaysian thought it was just right (and if anyone’s going to have high food standards, he’s it).

After inhaling our meals (literally! We ate so much so fast I was quite quite uncomfortable afterwards) we wandered back down the hill to the boys’ school, up the hill past it and across the park. By this time it had started to rain, but the warmth from lunch hadn’t escaped me and when I turned up at work, I was told I looked vaguely like a small drowned animal.

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Bar Reggio
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Darlinghurst (cnr Chapel St)
ph (02) 9332 1129

  • #1
    February 26th, 2009

    “…I am presently twirling around in my swivel chair at work, arms flailing like a drunk seagull.”
    Heeheeehehehehehehe that is so you 😛
    Oohh that scampi linguine looks really good! and the pizzas look it too

  • #2
    February 28th, 2009

    FFichiban: the scampi was so so good (and the pizza was good too!) and yes… that is quite me. just can’t help myself 🙂

  • #3
    February 28th, 2009

    hey Shez, Just dropping by as a ‘new reader’, though I’ve lurked for a while! And wow, that scampi…you’re lucky to be (fairly) close to such a great lunch spot.

  • #4
    March 1st, 2009

    Belle: hello! thanks for de-lurking 🙂 and yes, very lucky – it’s close enough for fridays anyway!

  • #5
    March 1st, 2009

    Nice pictures.. makes me feel hungry 🙂

    Five Scampi halves on your pasta?? What do they do with the sixth half?? Probably tastes that good they eat it themselves! 🙂

  • #6
    March 12th, 2009

    Are you saying that my comments are cheesy? Gee, you’re welcome…

    Isn’t Friday lunch a great time to splurge a little and something that looks pretty good? Sounds like a great way to wind down the week for an inebriated sea bird in a flutter 🙂

  • #7
    March 12th, 2009

    Simon: did i? oh. didn’t mean to – sometimes my fingers run away with me 🙂 and completely so. friday lunches are one of the many highlights in my week!