At Corso Brio, Italian-born Executive Chef Davide Incardona has designed a menu that showcases the traditional dishes of his birthplace, while giving them a modern makeover.
Barangaroo’s Bel & Brio, a casual café/marketplace for all things Italian, is now also home to Corso Brio, a sophisticated restaurant space, dimly lit, with a comfortable feel. Plush seating, elegantly dressed tables and attentive service all add to the old-world charm.
The menu covers all the Italian favourites. Perhaps start off with the beef carpaccio, the colours and textures complementing one another on the plate, or the bruschetta with tomato pesto, saba, parmigiano and herbs, offering an innovative take on a traditional dish. There’s plenty of selection when it comes to mains, with pasta and risotto dishes and roast meats, fish and duck on offer. Pair your meal with a vino from the cleverly curated wine list that’s perfectly matched to the dishes … and don’t forget to leave room for one of the outstanding desserts and a cup of robust Italian coffee!
PSST! Corso Brio's seasonal produce is sourced from the Bel & Brio farm north of Sydney.