Hot new restaurant openings: February 2017

Hai Cenato

You don’t have to wait long for a new Jason Atherton venture to make headlines. Having just opened Victorian-themed Temple and Sons in the City, the restless chef has turned his attention to Italy, with a New York-inspired pizzeria and pasta palace in Victoria’s burgeoning Nova complex. Named Hai Cenato, (meaning ‘have you had dinner?’ in Italian) the venture is a collaboration between Atherton and Social Eating House head chef Paul Hood.

On the menu you’ll find the likes of aged beef Bolognese with burnt sage butter and Berkswell; agnolotti with chilli, saffron and Acacia honey; and nduja, spinach, anchovy and harissa pizza. Head to in-house cocktail bar The Drunken Oyster for Italian classics with a twist and sparkling cocktails on tap. We’ve got our eye on the White Diamond, made with white truffle infused amaretto, lemon, thyme and egg white. 

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