|Barilla Open-air Trattoria in Martin Place, Sydney|
|Barilla lunch plate|
|Fusilli with salmon and Pesto Genovese|
|Casarrecce with egplant tomato, ricotta and grated salted ricotta|
|Salami, granda padano and provolone|
|Pure Gelato hazelnut gelato|
These Baiocchi are wonderously crunchy yet short biscuits sandwiched with a hazelnut and chocolate cream filling, cute as a button and about the size of a large one.
|Westfield Sydney from Pitt Street Mall|
|Westfield Sydney - bottom up|
|Westfield Sydney - Level 3|
|Westfield Sydney - top down|
Stores of interest on the retail front are the sprawling Gap store (with Gap Kids) and flagship Guess and Esprit stores, as well as Melbourne’s Tilkah accessories. If we’re a bit more posh, we’re excited about the petite Mulberry store and the classy Diane von Furstenberg and on the shoe front, Peep Toe Shoes is an exciting CBD addition (with some serious bling too).
|Eat Deli & Kitchen, Level 5, Westfield Sydney|
|Charlie & Co Burgers, Level 5, Westfield Sydney|
|Cow hide seats at Charlie & Co Burgers -|
you eat it, why not sit on it too?
|Top Juice - a good looking fruit/juice bar|
It's quite the other end of the spectrum from any Maccas involved food court, and it shows in the pricing. I tried not to have heart palpitations at the sight of $6 scones and $8 banana "macaroons" at, I think, Via del Corso - pretty but pretty pricey.
|Westfield Sydney Castlereagh Street entrance|
Looking forward to checking it out more thoroughly on Saturday, after the Sydney Food & Wine Fair in Hyde Park. Fingers are crossed for some nice weather.