Blink and you’ll miss it. There’s no sign, just some blacked-out glass with tiny A5 menus taped to it and a solitary open window. Gnocch’-gnocch’ on that pane of glass and you’ll meet James Eddy – the one-man-team behind Good Gnocchi.
The space itself is minimal, with the menu to match. There’s four simple sauces to choose for your gnocchi: a vegan pesto with basil, walnuts, lemon, olive oil and garlic; butter and crispy sage; a simple four-hour-cooked tomato sauce; and a classic Aussie bolognaise.
If you want to dine in, this place isn’t for you. It’s delivery services and takeaway only – order foil containers of gnocchi and garlic bread out of the window and be on your merry way.
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