spaghetti aglio e olio ($16)
It's literally five minutes away from where I live and I've been there 1295405 times. Caffe Di Stefano has actually been opened for some time now, I think it opened in mid May, two or so years ago. It's humongous and there's everything there - restaurant and café, giant coffee roaster, gelateria, barista training and a deli.
Also, if you're interested in coffee making, there are tv screens showing the baristas making your coffee on the spot.
|regular latte ($4.40)|
|iced coffee ($7)|
We started off with a garlic crust ($15) - something we get all the time. Sprinkled crispy diced pieces of garlic on a lovely base, boy do I love garlic. The garlic crust was already quite filling (in the end we still couldn’t finish the garlic crust!) so we decided to get only one pasta, the spaghetti aglio e olio with extra virgin olive oil, garlic, chilli, parsley and parmesan ($16). The punch of garlic in this pasta was also very nice, however at the bottom of the dish was a puddle of oil which drown the spaghetti.
|garlic crust ($15)|
17 - 35 Parramatta Road