It may be wise to make prior reservations as the place can be quite packed with locals and tourists on weekends- which is quite a feat actually, considering the fact that Il Bacaro is quite a sizeable restaurant spanning a few lots with (for any other restaurant) ample tables. There are seats inside or if you prefer, seats outside, lining the sides of Chulia Street, in view of the colonial buildings facing it. Inside, it is pretty much how one would expect an Italian restaurant to be decorated sturdy wooden tables, cushioned chairs and dim, yellow lighting. The chef at Il Bacaro believes in the use of the freshest ingredients, so the breads and pastas are all self-made; the menu also changes periodically, just to shake things up.
|Venue name:||Il Bacaro Venetian Restaurant|
106, Lebuh Campbell
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun, 12.30pm-3pm & 6.30pm-10.30pm|