CARPACCIO

is a dish of meat or fish, thinly sliced or pounded thin, and served raw, typically as an appetizer. It was invented in 1963 by Giuseppe Cipriani from Harry’s Bar in Venice originally prepared for the Countess Amalia Nani Mocenigo when he learned that her doctors recommend she eat raw meat. 

The dish was named after Vittore Carpaccio, the Venetian painter who was known for his characteristic red and white tones. This was the inspiration for Giuseppe.

 

Now that you know the history and background of carpaccio, it’s time to experience the modern and refined twist that our Chef Francesco will bring to your plate.
Boun appetito!
MEET OUR CHEF

FRANCESCO

Francesco was born in Calabria, Italy, and from a young age enjoyed watching his Nonna make fresh, simple Italian food.

With that imbedded in his DNA, Francesco left his village in Calabria and began his journey through Italy and Germany running restaurants with the typical Italian passion he was born with.

The time has now come for Franceso to bring his childhood village experiences to our own little Village here in the Inner West.  Whilst his nature maybe conservative, it’s not until Francesco gets into the kitchen where he is awoken and ready to influence us with his taste and simplicity.

Get ready to have your taste buds transformed and whilst the dish will come across simple, the modern and refined efforts from our Chef will put a twist on the old fashion way of how the Italians cook.

The team and Francesco cannot wait to have you enjoy yourselves in our little village here at the Inner West.

Our Full Menu

Our range of menu items are thoughtfully created and carefully crafted to provide an explosive gastronomic experience.

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02 8765 8733

info@carpaccio.com.au

Shop 3 67 Frederick St Concord NSW

TRADING HOURS

Monday
Dinner: 5–9:30pm

Tuesday
Closed

Wednesday
Dinner: 5–9:30pm

Thursday
Dinner: 5–9:30pm

Friday
Lunch: 11:30am–3pm
Dinner: 5-10pm

Saturday
Lunch: 11:30am–3pm
Dinner: 5-10pm

Sunday
Lunch: 11:30am–3pm
Dinner: 5-9pm

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