Gino's Italian Restaurant food delivery

Gino's Italian Restaurant

468 Kingsford Smith Drive, Brisbane, 4007, Ascot, Australia

🛍 Casual Dining , italian , European , Pizza

4.4 💬210 Reviews

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Great ambiance with amazing food great for takeaway and fast friendly staff great for a night out with friends and a great range of Italian food

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Had Groupon dinner on last Wednesday night in group of four. It was full house even in the mid-week. Ordered Crumbed and Mornay oysters (they have the last serve of oysters), Calamari and Garlic Prawns as entrees. The best should be the garlic prawn which was done perfectly good with very strong flavour of garlic taste. Mains were the Involtini, Eggplant Parmigania, Fettucini with Chicken and Seafood Pizza. Pasta and Pizza were average and did not deliver any surprise. However, the Involtini deserved thumb-up, the white wine sauce was perfectly matched with the veal roll (if the portion was bigger, it would be much better) and the Eggplant Parmigania was the first time I had eggplant in Italian cuisine, which was very tasteful and interesting. Unfortunately, we missed the Tiramisu (they ran out of that), the dessert of Baci and Cassata were average. Overall dining experience is good, particularly it was a bargain to enjoy the meal with on-line deal.

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  • Casual Dining
  • italian
  • European
  • Pizza


  • Delivery
  • Home Delivery
  • Takeaway Available
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Full Bar Available
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • Kid Friendly
  • Suitable for families with children
  • Takeaway
  • Takeout
  • Reservations
  • Seating
  • Waitstaff
  • Highchairs Available
  • Serves Alcohol
  • Large groups
  • Kids
  • Families with children

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A lovely looking restaurant, we actually got in the tardis, went back to the 1970's and put in a table reservation 'just in case'. Not that it achieved much, as there were no seats available and we ended up seating outside. Upon asking the waitress if there were tables available, we think she 'got the hint' - later on, she informed us of when an inside seat was free.&nbsp;<br> <br> Service was a two headed beast. On one head, fantastically friendly, very helpful and informative; my questions about a legendary Japanese whiskey displayed on the bar and the Chef's special sauce on my Chicken Yaki were completely addressed. On the other head, the wait time was possibly the longest I have witnessed in a restaurant. To give you some idea - we entered with the restaurant full; by the time we finished, we were literally the last couple in there as they packed up. Bear in mind this was a 7.15 arrival, with nearly a 8.45 exit!<br> <br> Anyway, 'all can be forgiven' if it was worth it, and there are some golden moments. The Miso soup (*****) at $3.00 is a delicious 'broth' that froths with flavour, and its cosy on a colder night. Went all to quickly! The Aussie made, super healthy sounding Apple &amp; Guava juice (****) was deliciously different also, and although i'm not a big fan of squid - too much of a 'chewy booey' for me - the battered squid (****) was admittedly nicely seasoned, battered and generally good.&nbsp;<br> <br> I really was considering Chicken Karaage - a massive Japanese favourite of mine - but plumed for the Chicken Yaki (**.5) instead. The noodles were classic, the chicken thigh meat in abundance and nicely cooked and it would have been sufficient to feed two peeps, which at $17.5 makes it not bad value.&nbsp;<br> <br> However, the sauce was too sweet and let down the dish, and the same criticism was levelled by Arline Bentulan Cimagala at the sauce on her plate. Saucily sweet was the word on the street, and unfortunately, for that reason its not as high a rating as I would have hoped to have landed.&nbsp;<br> <br> To close, the menus are some of the best I have seen, well presented and clean with good pictures. Although there is a lack of product description. Hats off for the service also - some of the best in terms of friendliness - but the speed of service certainly needs fine tuning.

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