Time Out says
For traditional woodfired pizza every day of the year, head straight for the Sicilian Restaurant
'Hearty' is one word you could use to describe the fare at Sicilian Parramatta. 'Rustic' is another. The Parramatta pizza palace has been dishing out provincial Sicilian and Italian food for over ten years. You can’t miss it on Church Street, with its 350-seat capacity making it one of the largest restaurants in the area.
Whether you bring your friends or you bring your date the item you should be ordering is the pizza. The rustic, woodfired pizzas largely adhere to traditional toppings. The litmus test of a pizzeria is their margherita and at the Sicilian it comes simple with Napolitana sauce, basil and fior di latte. Or go for the restaurant’s recommended slice, a combination of bresaola, rocket, mozzarella, sweetcorn and shaved parmesan.
The Sicilian’s warm welcome is extended 365 days a year, with lots of specials to take advantage of. There are speedy weekday lunch specials (with a complimentary glass of wine), and early bird dinners and $5 drinks between 3pm and 6pm on weekdays. You can also book your junior chefs in for a pizza-making class with the Sicilian’s pizza maestro.
292 Church St
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 11.30am-10pm; Fri, Sat 11.30am-11pm|