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Baia The Italian Restaurant

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by Justine Crowley (subscribe)
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Published January 7th 2012

It was a delight to have eaten at this establishment for the first time when a group of my friends first introduced me to this establishment for my 21st, and I have never looked back since. Baia The Italian provides for a great atmosphere and a hearty experience of quality carbs. Think pasta. Most of their other main Italian dishes, such as the pollo, are way too heavy and filling for me.

Their pastas are delicious; truly delicious. Their fettuccine carbonara and the spinach and cheese parcels are just perfect. Their house wines are quite rich yet divine and just blend in nicely with the pasta. Their prices are quite good, with pretty good service to match.

This is another establishment that can get quite crowded, and it sometimes feels a little tight eating outside on a Saturday night, yet you have just the right amount of space between your table and the table beside you.

Coming to Baia was a tradition until I decided to re-locate to Melbourne. It became a habit with the same friends. It is great that this habit has been broken because I will appreciate this establishment more next time I eat quality Italian food here.

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Why? Quality Italian food with great company
When: Dinner
Where: The Promenade Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Harbour NSW
Cost: $25 per person, depending on what's ordered
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