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Unpretentiousness and consistency aren't the sexiest of attributes, but add passion and warm-heartedness and you'll begin to understand why there's seldom a seat going begging in this black-on-black hidey-hole. While the much-lauded, all-Italian wine list is voluptuous, the menu holds its own. The modest selection of seasonally driven dishes may include robust broccoli fritti - practically a meal in themselves - or Roman beans, squeaking to the bite, with egg, chives and crisp prosciutto. There's always pasta, of course, such as tagliatelle with prawns, capers, nubs of roast cauliflower and a hint of chilli. Or gnocchi, perhaps, with rich and mellow braised beef, pecorino and rosemary. The ricotta panna cotta with espresso caramel is a hardy perennial and should be followed swiftly by the warmth of a grappa. Vivid, contemporary, welcoming - little wonder Vini is such a stayer on the Surry Hills scene. Get there early.
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