“What happens when you get two passionate restaurateurs in one place? You get a dining experience like no other at Little Sicily.

With a combined experience of over 35 years, Charlie Giardina and John Totaro have joined forces with Ciccio and Adrian Totaro to open a new restaurant only metres from Leichhardt Market Town.

The island of Sicily has a long history of producing a variety of noted cuisines and wines, to the extent that Sicily is sometimes nicknamed ‘God’s Kitchen’. The ingredients are typically rich in taste while remaining affordable to the general populace.

Paying homage to southern Italian cuisine, the Little Sicily pizzeria and restaurant is right at home among the vibrant Mediterranean culture of Sydney’s Little Italy, Leichhardt. From the get-go you see the patriotic glow of the green-and-red signage cast on the buzzing dining room and the hedge-lined front courtyard with its candlelit tables.

Little Sicily offers their guests excellent ambience and a unique dining experience. The family friendly menu offers a variety of dishes to cater for the most discerning tastes. Complementing the 70 seats inside is an amazing outdoor area that seats another 30 people.

Mixed Seafood Grill, Linguine Balmain Bugs and Scallops pasta and Suckling Pig are some of the extremely popular dishes at Little Sicily.

Little Sicily is well-renowned for its pizzas and caters to families with ease.

Bookings essential for Friday and Saturday nights, and Sunday Lunch, recommended for the rest of the week.

Winner of “Best Italian dinning experience 2011 and 2012″ (Bondi Review)