Ambience★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Service★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Food★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Everyone is catered for at Col’Cacchio. There’s a value-for-money, extensive menu of pizzas ranging from classic and gourmet to sweet; several popular pastas; a long list of individually priced ingredients for a build-your-own salad, plus regular salads; dishes with or without gluten; and children’s meals.
You could start with antipasti such as melanzane, slices of skinned brinjal in a pomodoro tomato sauce baked with a mozzarella topping; a Caesar salad with robust dressing, croutons, boiled egg and spinach, served classic-style with anchovies or your choice of protein; or go straight to a good-sized Regina pizza or creamy Crema di Gambiri pasta of your choice with prawns and cherry tomatoes.
Dessert could consist of a mini Nutella chocolate pizza or carb-conscious cheesecake.
Local wines range from under R200 to above R500. You’ll also find craft and big-brand beers, mocktails and cocktails. For kids there are several flavours of milkshakes.
Excellent and prescient.
It feels more like a local neighbourhood pizzeria than one of many mall restaurants in the national restaurant chain.
Young dates, fussy eaters, families and quick bites.
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