Menu

At Nonna Gio’s we don’t have a menu, we have a book. A book filled with our most loved recipes, any of which mum may fancy on any given night. The menu includes the Antipasto (appetiser), Primo Piatto (main course), and Dolce (dessert). You may choose between two beautiful dishes for each course, which change weekly.

Of course you may choose from our lovely selection of Italian wine and cheeses, not to mention the espresso that wraps up the night, brought to your table in the Caffetteria it was made in. The food is authentic and simple, as it should be. We don’t do fusion, we don’t modernise, we don’t aim to please all. We aim to please those who want to know what it really tastes like, what it really smells and feels like back home. Relieving the true experience means just that, you walk into Nonna’s kitchen, and she’ll serve you what she’s been cooking. There is no expansive menu list to pick upon, only the best of the best have made the cut, and I challenge you to tell me your knees didn’t weaken with every mouthful nonetheless.

Lista dei Vini

  • Borgo Molino Prosecco Extra Dry
    50$
    Prosecco (/prəˈsɛkoʊ, proʊ-/Italian: [proˈsekko]) is an Italian white wine. Prosecco DOC can be spumante (“sparkling wine”), frizzante (“semi-sparkling wine”), or tranquillo (“still wine”), depending on the perlage. It is made from Glera grapes, formerly known also as Prosecco, but other grape varieties may be included.
  • Fiegl "Villa Dugo" Pinot Grigio - 2015
    45$
    The Pinot Grigio Villa Dugo grows in three plots of land in the D.O.C. Friuli Isonzo zone, and specifically in Villanova di Farra, Capriva and Lucinico. The ages of the vineyards differ from each other, which makes for a more complex and deep wine.
  • Elena Walch Pinot Grigio DOC - 2016
    70$
    Light, clear straw yellow characterises our Pinot Grigio “Vigna Castel Ringberg”. Ripe aromas of fruit, especially ripe pear, and some sage and spicy notes give distinction to the multifaceted bouquet. Elegance and harmony dominate on the palate, combined with an elegant acidity, contagious freshness and creamy fullness and concentration. The wine continues with minerals and juiciness and a long, fresh finish.
  • Bucci Verdicchio Jesi DOC Classico - 2014
    105$
    Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico wine is dry white wine made under the Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi DOC, but specifically produced from Verdicchio grapes grown in the oldest (classic) wine-growing areas around Jesi.
  • Elena Walch Pinot Nero - 2009
    85$
    Elena Walch Pinot Noir presents a brilliant ruby ​​color, and is characterised by aromas of red berries, cherries and raspberries, and a spicy note of white pepper in the background. On the palate it convinces with its strong structure and its inviting flavour, thanks to its soft tannins, spicy aroma and a fresh finish.
  • Falesco Trent’anni 2012 - Umbria Merlot-Sangiovese grapes
    95$
    Umbria red wine with great elegance and depth that can be distinguished for its uniqueness and softness. It is fruit of experience, research and knowledge after decades of studies Merlot and Sangiovese varietals.
  • Frentana Montepulciano DOC - 2014.
    45$
    Wine description: The generous soils of Southern Abruzzo and this noble classic grape yield up this red wine, fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks. This wine has an intense ruby-red colour with purple reflections and a fragrant nose of violets and black cherries. Rich,
    harmonious and full-bodied to the palate, it goes well with roasts, steaks, lamb, charcuterie and cheeses
  • Tenute Orestiadi Molino a Vento Nero d’Avola - 2015.
    44$
    Nero d’Avola (also known as Calabrese) is the most important and widely planted red wine grape variety in Sicily. Vast volumes of Nero d’Avola are produced on the island every year, and have been for centuries. The dark-skinned grape is of great historical importance to Sicily and takes its present-day name from the town of Avola on the island’s southeast coast. The area was a hotbed of trade and population movement during the Middle Ages and Nero d’Avola was frequently used to add color and body to lesser wines in mainland Italy.Translated, Nero d’Avola means “Black of Avola”, a reference to the grape’s distinctive dark colouring, but its exact origins are the subject of debate.
  • Campagnola Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso - 2014. Corvina-Rondinella grapes
    60$
    The wines retain the vibrancy, freshness and value of traditional Valpolicella, while imparting additional flavour and body. Their medium body and complex flavours profile make these wines a great pairing with a wide range of foods such as grilled meats, hearty pasta and strong cheeses. Ripasso della Valpolicella is a red wine from the Veneto region of Italy. The wine is produced by putting Valpolicella Classico under a second fermentation by adding the skins remaining from Amarone and Recioto production.
  • Albino Armani Prosecco
    65$
    Valdadige, Italy- Nice and delicate sweetness, with hints of white fruit. There is elegance and finesse in the nose, paired with persistence in the mouth. The pleasant acidity is compensated by a nice sweetness.
  • Mauro Molino Barbera D’Alba - 2015
    65$
    The wine is crystal clear and an attractive deep ruby colour. It’s a lean, aromatic and yet savoury wine. As it opens up, the fruit really kicks in with bright cherry, raspberry and red berry notes emerging. Being Italian, it also has some liquorice, spice and tariness. The viscosity of the wine is a pleasant surprise and gives more weight than you might expect. Bright, fresh, balanced acidity makes it a great food wine that’s  delicious and approachable.
  • Poggio al sole Trafiore Chianti - 2015
    65$
    With a medium body, high acidity and firm tannins, Chianti Classico is an amazingly popular wine both in Italy and around the world. Usually entirely fermented from Sangiovese grapes, tart cherry, red plum, strawberries and fig please the nose and palate when enjoying this wine. Chianti Classico may only come from the Classico region of Tuscany. Think of it as the “premiere” version compared to the Chiantis of several other surrounding Chianti producing regions.
  • Terraviva Lui Montepulciano D’Abruzzo DOC - 2012
    75$
    When working naturally, the concept that we have always had of a Wine or rather of a vine is upsetting. Nothing to do with the heavyweight of the usual Montepulciano. The nose explodes the cherry blossom on everything. Underneath, the liquorice gives the sweet salty contrast. In the mouth is full, hot. Feel the minerality that pervades the glass and mouth and the vibe is super!
  • Antonio Caggiano Aglianico Tauri - 2015
    75$
    It is fleshy but delightfully savoury with a real firmness but very well balanced indeed. Ruby red colour. The scent of red fruits of the forest and black plums. A smooth taste and a lost lasting palate with final aroma of brown pepper and green chilli.
  • Antonio Caggiano Vigna Macchia dei Goti Taurasi Aglianico - 2009
    250$
    A strong ruby red colour. A fruity smell, complex, bold, with a definite scent of black fruits of the forest. Fermentation of these Aglianico grapes occurs in stainless steel, temperature-controlled tanks with a long period of maceration on the skins, giving the wine its intense, ruby red hue. The nose is elegant and complex, with varietal notes of ripe plum, dried violet, red and black small fruits as well as aromas of liquorice and spices which are developed as the wine matures in medium capacity Slavonian oak casks for 18 months. The wine further matures during an 18 month period of cellaring in the bottle, allowing the numerous and sweet tannins to round out. Vigorous and elegant on the palate, the wine is soft, warm, and fresh, with a very long and pleasant finish
  • Antonio Caggiano Béchar Fiano di Avellino - 2015
    120$
    History: The Caggiano winery is based in the town of Taurasi, the heartland of Aglianico, which is the main focus of their production (they were the first ones to produce a Taurasi cru aged Bordeaux-style exclusively in barriques in 1994). Antonio Caggiano, the founder of the winery, designed one of the wineries, the most spectacular in Campania in 1990. Today thousands of bottles are laid down in its galleries made of the local “tufo” stone waiting for the sturdy Aglianico to be ready to drink.
    Tasting Note: Intense gold colour. On the nose this wine presents aromas of apple, pears and banana. On the palate it has a full bodied rich and persistant flavours of tropical fruit and a refreshing acidity.
  • Antonio Caggiano Devon Greco di Tufo - 2015
    120$
    Grape varieties: 100% Greco  Region: Campania  Tasting Note: Gold yellow in colour. This wine is an explosion of fresh tropical fruit, white flowers and almond flowers aromas.

Non alcoholic Beverages

  • 7UP
    3.90$
  • Root Beer
    3.90$
  • Apple Juice
    3.90$
  • Orange Juice
    3.90$
  • Coke
    3.90$
  • Pepsi
    2.90$
  • Red Bull
    4.90$
  • Bitter Lemon
    2.95$
  • Crush
    2.70$
  • Crystal Light
    5.90$
  • Banana Shake
    5.90$
  • Pineapple shake
    7.95$