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Baritalia Italian Restaurant

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Published September 20th 2016
An escape from the bustling streets of Surfers
Baritalia Interior
Just part of the stunning interior
Surfers Paradise is such an amazing holiday spot but choosing a spot to eat can be overwhelming. However, there are a few restaurants that really stand out from the rest; Baritalia is one of these places. We ventured here for my Birthday and I was greeted with birthday wishes as soon as I walked in which instantly gave the place a good impression. What really impressed me though was the interior. It honestly feels as if you've walked off of the pavement streets of the mall and into an enclosed secret garden.

We were shown to our table which comfortably sat 6 of us and given speedy service. We all decided to order different pizzas, mine personally being the Margherite as well as a Lychee Mojito Mocktail. We didn't have to wait long which was impressive considering that we were there amidst the dinner rush, but even the small wait was worth it. When we had our food arrived the presentation was stunning.
Not only did it look amazing but it was also one of the best tasting Pizzas I've had!
When our meal was finished they bought out a pavlova for us which my parents had brought without letting me know. Now, most other restaurants I've been to usually charge you for bringing anytime of birthday cake, whether is be for the cake itself or the plates and cutlery but there was no such charge!

Overall it was such a lovely experience with amazing food and service which went above and beyond
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Why? Relaxing atmosphere and amazing food
When: 8am - 10:30pm
Where: Corner of Elkhorn Ave & Surfers Paradise Blvd, Chevron Renaissance Centre Surfers Paradise, Queensland
Cost: Approx. $25~$35 per person
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The pizza looks decent, nice article :)
by RC (score: 3|1218) 263 days ago
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