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Best eating in town

Small room, big surprises

On a recent trip, Eater’s Besha Rodell, a former Melburnian now living in Los Angeles, discovered Tipo 00, which gave her “whole new reasons for prodigious hometown pride.” Its small room, she writes, “was packed with diners at 3 p.m. on a Saturday, drinking wine and eating delicate handmade pappardelle with braised rabbit, hazelnuts and marjoram; light but foresty, hauntingly delicious.” Gemima Cody in The Age Good Food Guide was equally impressed, writing of “glossy black strings of tagliolini stained with squid ink, twisted into a tornado with little flecks of white squid, bright orange roe and pungent bottarga (that crumbly dust of salt-cured tuna belly) glowing like delicious debris.”

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