Time Out says
For Italian breakfast, lunch or dinner head to Rococo
Since launching in 2005 Rococo has steadily grown from a respectable 90-seat eatery to a major 340-seat Italian stalwart. In their ten plus years of trading the breakfast-to-dinner restaurant has maintained a reputation as a reliable source of unpretentious, delicious Italian fare, under the stewardship of owner-head chefs Chris Fulham and Leigh McHarry.
You can easily make a meal of the restaurant’s antipasto offerings which ranges from the small (like olives, crumbed saganaki skewers and arancini) to the large (such as smoked salmon, pan fried garlic prawns and smashed peas with prosciutto di parma).
Come nighttime the lights get dimmed and candles come out. So do hungry diners looking for pizza, pasta and more. There’s more than 20 pizzas to choose from, all of which come crisp from Rococo’s woodfire oven from Genoa, Italy.
There’s no happy hour at Rococo but there is an aperitivo hour. Between 4-6pm every Monday to Friday you can enjoy a $12 Aperol Spritzes and cocktails, $7 wine and sangria and lots of $6 tapas dishes.<