Play chef with this neighbourhood pasta and wine bar

IMAGE VIA Roberto Pettinau


“Prepared by us, finished by you.”

Heralded by Broadsheet as one of the best bowls of pasta in Melbourne, Park Street Pasta simply makes damn good Italian food. 

Headed up by chef Angus Cadden and restaurateur Alex Ghaddab, Park Street Pasta prides itself on seasonal, fresh produce that pays homage to traditional Italian techniques. 

Instead of receiving lukewarm and delayed Uber Eats orders, Park Street Pasta are letting you wear the apron and metaphorical chef hat (or perhaps literal, if you have one handy) for the night. 

Its selection of well-loved dishes have been prepared by their skilful hands and are ready for you to heat, fry, simmer and serve. The instructions are simple – trust me, I was nervous too. Peruse its set menus featuring its favourite dishes or take your pick from its generous menu of pasta, starters and desserts. Grab a drink on your way to the checkout – we’re eyeing this set of five cocktails.

And on Sunday, why not treat Dad to a Father’s Day feast? Park Street Pasta’s delectable menu features focaccia, pork polpette, octopus, two plates of pasta, a cut of veal and panna cotta to finish. Sweats are acceptable, of course, since you’ll be dining in the comfort of your own home. There’s also a cheeky boozed-up option if you’re so inclined. 

Park Street Pasta has kindly shared a discount code for the lovely readers of Fashion Journal. Spend $150 or more and receive $10 off using the code PSFJ_FRIENDS. Order through Providoor before it expires on October 28.

Starting next week, deliveries will be made overnight or during business hours and left at your door, like some sort of Italian Santa Claus. Otherwise, click and collect is available in-store, seven days a week. 


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