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Rosie restaurant review: Metro Top 50 2019

Rosie is a finalist in the Metro Peugeot Restaurant of the Year 2019 awards for Best All-Day Restaurant

Rosie restaurant review: Metro Top 50 2019

May 2, 2019 Restaurants

Rosie is a finalist in the Metro Peugeot Restaurant of the Year 2019 awards for Best All-Day Restaurant and executive chef Jo Pearson is runner up for Best Chef. To see a full rundown of all our winners, click here.

A glittering siren on an otherwise quiet-by-night street, neighbourhood bistro Rosie firmly holds its own among Hip Group’s other eateries. A wait for your table can be sweetened by a stroll at the nearby Parnell Rose Gardens, or a chat with locals stopping by while walking their dogs. Sectioned into neat seafood, vegetables and meat categories, the focus here is on good ingredients and generous portions – think line-caught fish of the day, unpretentious pasta and proteins paired with produce from the season – and buoyed perfectly by seamless service. Parnell locals are lucky to have it on their corner.

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What it offers: Shared-plate options / À la carte / Good for vegetarians / Outdoor dining / Takes large groups

A favourite dish: Bone-in john dory with lemon, chilli and coriander

Hours: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 7 days
Bookings: Only for large groups, and for dinner
Price: $$
Chef: Jo Pearson, executive chef; Mike de Vries, head chef

82 Gladstone Road
Ph 369-1182

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