Shoved at a table with eight strangers, sloshed by wine whizzing by in the hands of old women, voices so loud you can’t think let alone talk, probably a haze of second-hand smoke drifting towards you. Ah, the romance of Italian eateries. How Angoletto have managed to import the character and charm without the clamorous chaos one can only guess, but this cute Italian trattoria right by Queenstown has done something right. Many things right, really, when you taste the food ﹘ pastas and pizzas are done the old, authentic ways, and there are constantly changing specials showcasing the finer elements of Italy’s regional cuisine. Comforting, classic and cosy, it’s impossible to leave Angoletto unsatisfied. The only concern is that, in true Italian style, space and tables are in short supply, so nonna says claim a spot well in advance.
Lovely charming place, lovely food and staff. Bollissimo😊 We took the train and bus from Paddington to get there but it was worth it. .
Angoletto is a lovely restaurant with excellent home cooking and wonderful ambience. Small in size but this helps make a warm and intimate climate. Will be going back very soon.
Welcoming attentive staff who took great pains to explain the authentic traditional specials on offer. A real treat and great value. Will definitely to this gem of a local restaurant. Great pizzas as well!