St Kilda cocktail bar and pizzeria Flour Little one has introduced it’ll be opening a second venue on Richmond’s Church Avenue this October.
The 200-seat venue can be upstairs to boast a eating area, excessive desk seating, plus an intimate rooftop with Melbourne skyline views.
Government Chef Alessandro Bellomunno will lead the culinary providing drawing on his Italian heritage.
The menu will function starters, a salumi and formaggi providing, antipasti, insalata, and the much-loved Pinsa Romana Pizza the St Kilda hang-out is understood for.
Among the highlights embrace whipped buffalo ricotta dip with pinsa fritta; roquette, pear, and parmesan salad; and a burrata bar geared up with tomato, pumpkin, or zucchini sauce.
The famed Pinsa Romana Pizza will even star on the new location with flavours together with the La Porchetta (porchetta with pumpkin puree and mozzarella) plus a prosciutto and burrata iteration.
“Our key level of distinction is the ‘Pinsa Romana’ – pizza such as you’ve by no means skilled. Flour Little one has the unique Australian Rights for The Di Marco Pinsa Flour produced in Rome, Italy,” says Co-Proprietor and Venue Supervisor Simon Kouba.
“The specialty dough is left to relaxation for 48 hours, leading to our pizza crust being crunchy on the surface, smooth, cooked proper by means of and ethereal on the within.”
Just like the St Kilda location, Flour Little one Richmond will even serve a spread of conventional and experimental cocktails.
Flour Little one Richmond is about to open in October and is positioned at 432 Church Avenue, Richmond.