Calabrisella, Launceston, Tasmania

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Our last night in Launceston and an early flight the next day meant that we just wanted a quick, tasty simple meal. And Italian. A quick google search lead us to Calabrisella, a local Italian restaurant with relatively decent reviews. Run by a family and passed down generation to generation (the story was on their menu cover), they value the flavours of home cooked, authentic Italian cuisine.


Scallops in white wine sauce $16 -yummy yummy Tasmanian scallops, just can't get enough! Served in a rich creamy white wine sauce.


Fettuccine with bacon and bolognaise sauce $15 - fresh made pasta cooked al dente and a hint of chilli. Not much toppings but no need as the flavour was all in the sauce- delicious


Vitello Oscar (Veal medallions and prawns with cream sauce) $30 - maybe my least favourite of the dishes. The veal was a bit too tough for my liking, although the prawns and sauce was very nice.



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