Meet Canberra’s newest Italian restaurant

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Lewis Haskew

RoundABOUT Editor

The Bada Bing Dining Club is the newest venue on the Canberra foodie scene and it promises to bring an entertaining blend of retro Italian and light-hearted fun into the city.

Pizza, pasta, hearty mains and dessert all feature on the menu of this new establishment.

From a White Bolognese, slow-cooked Lamb Ragu, Balmain bug Risotto or Spaghetti Vongole to their 48-hour wood-fired pizzas, we’re told there are no wrong choices at Bada Bing.

Rabble Group’s Executive Chef, Brendan Guy said the whole team is excited to be bringing modern-Italian to Canberra

“Bada Bing Dining Club is a collaboration amongst friends. We could see what Canberra was missing and took inspiration from venues such as Alberto’s Lounge, Ragazzi and Pellegrino 2000 in Sydney.”

Set to open from next week, the split-level venue, offers a mix of booth seating, window views, and bar dining on Alinga Street, as well as a private dining area for an intimate party of 12

It’ll be the second venue by the Rabble Group to open inside the redeveloped Alinga Street corner of the Sydney Building, after Fun Time Pony launched last month.

Bada Bing is set to operate from Tuesday to Saturday, with doors open from 12pm to 3pm for lunch and 5pm until late for dinner. Bookings will be required via the Bada Bing website or walk-ins.

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