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Cafe Fellini on Victoria

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by Justine Crowley (subscribe)
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Published January 4th 2012
From this establishment, named after the film maestro, Frederico Fellini, comes an Italian oasis of chic, style and relaxation in the centre of the action at Victoria Street Darlinghurst. Welcome to Cafe Fellini on Victoria. It's a scene right out of La Dolce Vita.

This is a great establishment to catch up with a friend you have not seen in a while, and you have a good couple of hours to spare, and only during the day. I will never come back here for dinner as the service can be quite slow at dinner times. Expect to be having a couple of coffees in a relaxed environment. Sit outside near the entrance if you can. Be surrounded by elegance. The dark walls can be a little too much at times, so alfresco is the aim here.

If you are hungry, save up your appetite for one of their yummy pasta dishes including their lasagne; you cannot go wrong with any of their hand made and authentic pasta dishes with bags of flavour. And neither can you go wrong with their coffee.

Although I have not had any problems with their pasta dishes; this establishment is just fitting and appropriate for coffee only.

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Why? For a great coffee catch up with a friend
When: During the day, coffee only
Where: Cafe Fellini on Victoria
Cost: $4-5 for each coffee
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