Postmistress serves rustic Italian with a few twists on a quiet residential corner.

You’ll find arancini, calamari fritti and wood-fired pizza here, as well as beetroot gnocchi, a risotto of crunchy rice with chargrilled calamari, and scialatelli – a thick, short-strand pasta resembling fettuccine that originated on the Amalfi Coast.

Owners Vitale Ferrante, Patrick Ciccaldo and Hugo Diaz have transformed the blond-brick, graffitied building that once housed a post office (and a Greek social club) into a stylish contemporary bistro.

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Updated: July 19th, 2018

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