ciao italia – south perth

My favourite – buongustaia tortellini – sausage tortellini smothered in creamy tomato sauce, peas and italian sausage.

Crowd pleasing italian food for the masses, Ciao Italia has doubled it’s size and lost none of its charm.

Even with the renovation and air conditioning it’s still steamy hot on a summer’s night. But the food is still good, letting me fall in love with the generosity and voluptuousness of italian food all over again.

Up’s: The crowded tables are now spaced out, so people are no longer eating on top of each other. Service with a smile and huge servings of pasta. Pizza is quite fabulous.

Down’s: Hot and steamy – and not in a good way. Go on a cool night.

Food: 3.5/5
Value: 4/5
Service: 4.5/5
Atmosphere: 3.5/5

Ciao Italia, 273 Mill Point Road, South Perth WA 6151
T: (08) 9368 5500

Opening Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday 5 – 10pm


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  1. Erin

    Have you tried those ridiculous mounds of chocolate that can be found in the fridge?

    I live up the street, so we never eat in, but just order take out (smoked salmon pizza ftw!). On Saturday night I spied these giant chocolate desserts in the cake fridge. I must know what it is.

    What’s your favourite pizza?

  2. mei


    Hi Erin! I think the humunguous mounds of chocolate are profiteroles… Everytime we go to Ciao Italia I always try to make room for dessert but it hardly ever happens. Next visit I will definitely try the profiteroles, even if it means asking the waiter to doggy bag, like three quarters of my meal! If you ever want to embarrass someone on their birthday, the Ciao Italia guys stick a few sparklers in the profiteroles and sing happy birthday (with the italian version blaring over the speakers) to the lucky person.

    Italian sausage is too good to resist (gee that sounds dirty huh) so Siciliana would be my favourite. =) Let me know if there any other must eats at Ciao Italia, I keep ordering the same stuff when I go!


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