Così Ristorante Italiano

Cosi Ristorante ItalianoWe are delighted to introduce you to an evening of great food and hospitality at Cosi Ristorante Italiano, winner of many awards. Opening hours are Tuesday-Sunday 5pm till late. Sam Mura is your chef, and his wife Helen Mura is front-of house. Sam hails from Sardegna and the lovely Helen from Foggia.

 

 

The staff may include Emanuele, Vanda or Rachela, the three children in the Mura family who have grown up surrounded by the wonderful aroma and charm of splendid family feasts and delicious home-cooked Italian fare. It is this very fare that is at the heart and soul of the menu at Cosi - food that is lovingly prepared by Sam, enhanced with aromatic herbs grown in his garden, and always created with great dedication to the use of fresh produce. Their occasional headwaiter, Andreas, a new member of the family, comes to them from Austria.

 

Together with their committed staff, the Mura family presents a warm and friendly restaurant experience, where robust traditional Italian fare is enriched with genuine and warm hospitality.

Cosi opened in 1996. Previously we owned and operated restaurants in Melbourne for nine years before moving to Brisbane, where we worked in our Italian eatery, Natalinos, for 12 years. In establishing Cosi we have sought to create a family-friendly restaurant specializing in authentic Sardinian cuisine.

 

Così Ristorante ItalianoCosi has been successfully operating in the very competitive hospitality industry for twelve years. All of the fresh produce used in our restaurant are products of Australia. Cosi uses Australian produce because of its high quality and also to support Australian industry. Cosi aims to provide quality food at reasonable prices. We offer an extensive take-away menu as well as one for children and can cater for special dietary needs.

 

Our chefs are fully qualified with many years experience in the hospitality industry. Cosi has an open kitchen which allows guests to witness the extraordinary skills of the Chefs and integrate its the hustle and bustle with the dining area to create an Italian family atmosphere. Head Chef is always visible and his hospitality is extended to guests several times a night when he circulates between tables greeting one and all and offering small delicacies from the kitchen, such as freshly roasted chestnuts during the winter months. Regular guests often place their dinner orders directly with Head Chef, such is the rapport that has been built up. Our guests are the heart of our business and Cosi has many regulars who are known by name and treated as part of our big extended family.

 

 

Website http://www.cosiristoranteitaliano.com.au/

 

Sponsor History

2011 Advertiser

2009 Restaurant

 

Events

Sunday 31st May A Night in Sardinia

More about the A Night in Sardia

A Night in Sardinia in conjunction with Angelo’s Fresh Pasta at Cosi Ristorante Italiano 699a Sandgate Road Clayfield. Part of 'A Taste of Italy' The staff at Cosi include Emanuele, Vanda or Rachela, the three children in the Mura family who have grown up surrounded by the wonderful aroma and charm of splendid family feasts and delicious home-cooked Italian fare.

 

It is this very fare that is at the heart and soul of the menu at Cosi - food that is lovingly prepared by Sam, enhanced with aromatic herbs grown in his garden, and always created with great dedication to the use of fresh produce. Together with their committed staff, the Mura family presents a warm and friendly restaurant experience, where robust traditional Italian fare is enriched with genuine and warm hospitality.

 

Menu

 

Bruschetta Sarda, Pizza.

 

Angelo Fresh Pasta’s raviolini in brodo

 

Raviolini in lamb consumme’

 

Fregula in brodo di agnello

 

Fregula is home made pasta prepared entirely by hand.

 

Angelo Fresh Pasta’s linguine con la bottarga.

 

Bottarga is desiccated mullet roe, in Sardinia widely used in many dishes like spaghetti, bruschetta etc.

 

Culusgionisi di patata

 

A traditional Sardinian a dish made with very simple ingredients, potatoes, onions, pecorino cheese, etc served with a traditional chunky tomato sauce.

 

Angelo Pasta’s ricotta ravioli mediterraneo

 

Ricotta ravioli produced in Angelo Pasta’s factory served with a Mediterranean style sauce of, artichokes, grilled eggplant and capsicum, sundried tomatoes & garlic.

 

Malloredus del campidano

 

Malloredus is traditional home made pasta, with Italian sausage in a tomato based sauce.

 

Bollito di agnello

 

Very slowly cooked lamb, traditionally served with celery sticks & radishes

 

Maialetto allo spiedo

 

A traditional Sardinian way to cook a whole piglet, or lamb, very simple but tasty eaten with celery sticks and radishes.

 

Verdure

 

Formaggi sardi

 

Vini sardi

 

Dolci tipici di Gesturi (chef’s home town)

 

Amaretusu di Gesturi

 

Paldulasa di Gesturi

 

Gateau di Gesturi

 

Castagne arrostite 

 

 

Media

 

City North News

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Photo Gallery 'A Night in Sardinia'

 

 

 

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