Bardelli’s is situated in the leafy southern suburbs; it was established in 1992 and occupies the same site, an old house built in the late 18 hundreds, for the past 17 years. It has developed into a meander of different rooms and a lovely courtyard over time. Most of the staff have been cooking here for over 10 years. Many customers have been frequenting this homely restaurant either opting for a cosy sit down meal or a phone and collect takeaway. It is considered by many a traveller as having the best pizza in the world. The value offering is great considering the quality and the generous ingredients.
Enter the restaurant and you will immediately feel as if you were in Italy. The smell of hearty Pasta and Pizza and the bustle of customers with Italian cafe style music playing in the background. Meander into a little bar and then into a room seating a few tables which is often used for private functions of between 10 and sixteen people, through a slightly smaller room and into a courtyard that can seat up to fifty people. You can be excused for feeling you are in Italy. Memorabilia of old Italia, wooden floors and chairs and old traditional table clothes fill the many small rooms. The service is personal and always friendly. You are requested to book so to provide fast and efficient service.
The food is what makes this restaurant though. Living by their Quality slogan the Bardellis staff are consistently looking for ways to ensure the quality and taste is world class. Imported ingredients and the finest local products are sourced. The menu is comprehensive ranging from traditional Italian starters, fresh salads with calamari and fillet options, a wide range of delicious imported and home-made pasta, award winning pizza’s with well portioned toppings and a small list of traditional and local desserts.
A good and well priced wine list compliments the quality Italian cuisine offering opening price points to the best affordable wines. As is traditional in typical Italian restaurants the wine list is hand-picked by the owner and the best value rather than the cheapest wines are selected for pouring by the glass.
From Main Road, Kenilworth, turn into Kenilworth Road and cross the railway track continue straight. We are sitauted at Shop 51, on your left.
Please note that the railway track is closed during rush hour. From the M5 take the Race Course Road turn off towards Claremont and Kenilworth. At the third set of traffic lights turn into Rosmead Avenue to your left. Continue with the road until you find Kenilworth Road on your right. Continue up Kenilworth until you find us on your right hand side.
-33° 59' 41.44''
18° 28' 27.53''
51 Kenilworth Road
Cnr Kenilworth & Wessel Roads
Monday - Saturday:
17:30 - Late (kitchen closes at 22:30)
12:00 - 21:00