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dined on Sat, 9 Jun 2018

Excellent service and food and service. Always reliable and always a treat. We'll be back.

dined on Thu, 7 Jun 2018

Service was initially a bit slow. Had to ask for water. Service better later. Food was excellent. Wine range quite extensive, also a bit on the expensive side. Enjoyed the evening for a special occasion.

dined on Sun, 13 May 2018

A wonderful dining experience at Cafe di Stasio. beautiful food, atmosphere and the service brilliant!

dined on Fri, 11 May 2018

pasta far too exensive

dined on Sun, 6 May 2018

Enjoyed the wines but would prefer wine list on being seated before drinks suggestions offered.

dined on Sat, 5 May 2018

Beautiful food and fabulous service

dined on Fri, 4 May 2018

The only part of the meal that was disappointing was the desert. We ordered two to share among the 6 of us - and we all disliked the taste of both and didn't eat them. Big shame.

dined on Tue, 1 May 2018

A restaurant oozing class with first class food and service.

dined on Sat, 28 Apr 2018

Service was strangely off. Inattentive. Meals did not come out at the same time. Unforgiveable when only three in our group and we were sharing sides with ine main each.
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About Cafe di Stasio

They haven’t aged a day! How many restaurants do you know that have been around since the eighties? Now how many do you know that are as current as Michelangelo’s twitter feed? Cafe di Stasio is St Kilda’s veteran eatery that’s as hip as any. Praised by both locals and critics, Cafe di Stasio is dressed to impress. Its moody lighting and sophisticated setting make it the quintessential inner-city hang out hip, neat and just the right amount of fancy. This place doesn’t shy from the contemporary, nor from hanging up work by the provocative artist Bill Henson. Cafe di Stasio does Italian cuisine just the way the Melbournians like it. They craft their pasta not once, but twice daily, and have special spins on classic favourites. Why not try some of their Bread maltagliati with calamari and radicchio or their home made Linguine with prawns? You’ll have the perfect wine to complement your meal, as these guys get their wine from the very best local and international sources. If you haven’t been to this St Kilda favourite yet, you better get on it. Best dish: Casseula di ceci (Tuscan-style chickpeas, black cabbage and tomato with garlic bruschetta

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