Crinitis Castle Hill officially opened in November 2011. The Matthew Darwin designed space includes spacious dining area for 350+ customers spread over 2 levels with a sophisticated mix of banquets and chairs to complement the rustic decor. A Lamborghini engine is suspended from the domed ceiling on the second ...read more
- Indoor Dining
- Outdoor Seating
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- Mains $20-$30
- Mains $30-$50
- Entrees under $30
- Disabled Parking
- Wheel Chair Access
- Group Bookings
- Family Friendly
- Function Room
- Outdoor Seating
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- Pizza/Wood Fired Pizza
I don't think I have ever been here and not had a problem with my order. I understand it can get very busy but the wait for at least one of the dishes is always in excess of 45 mins. Aside from that the food is really delicious. It is quite expensive but the portions are massive.
I've read all these bad reviews on customer service but I was able to get a table straight away and I had a nice experience. Decent place for a steak (can be a bit $$$ but it's a nice place). I don't mind their pizzas and their pastas as well. It's simple but tasty.
This restaurant is ridiculously popular so of course we had to try it out! The other franchises have always been great. Unfortunately castle hill did not live up to the brand, and for the extremely high prices I was not satisfied with the quality of the meal I received. The service also leaves a lot to be desired. I understand the pressures on busy restaurant staff but taking anread more
Admittedly our experiences at Crinitis in Castle Hill haven't been amazing due to either poor service or food taking well over an hour to come to the table and multiple times there have been mistakes with the meals or sometimes meals even forgotten. In saying that, if you're the forgiving type that doesn't mind the occasional screw-up the food is quite deliciousread more
Good, consistent food. I don't see why they get so many neural reviews. I seriously do not see anything better in the hills district. Tried Italian at the lake in Bella Vista as a very last resort and they weren't even close. Cronitis is not for people who are looking for "vale", its for people who appreciate good food and upmarket feel with a great service to match.I'm a fan!
The food here is not too bad depending on what you order but I don't understand the hype behind them. The place is always packed but I don't think it's THE place for Italian in the area as there are much better places in the area. Their antipasto platter is great value to share over drinks.
They charge a service fee! The food here is consistently good but the prices are really high. Looking at the bill we noticed we were charged an additional 10% service fee on top of the meal price which is why the total bill is always higher than expected. Service can be hit or miss and it is very very noisy. On a Sat night as a couple, we were shoved in the corner behind aread more
We went their last night being a Friday we booked a table for 2, when we arrived we were seated promptly after waiting for attention for some time. We ordered 2 cokes and the zucchini flowers to start, the dish was average as the stuffing was bland, runny ricotta (I\'ve made it better myself). We ordered the Roles Royce of the menu to really test this place out - Theread more
Table for four..Saturday night 6pm booked. We found the service to be excellent, staff we lovely and attentive. Food was generally very good. All entrees we excellent and generous. Mains all nice enough although one had pasta and it wasn't cooked enough. Over priced but we knew that going there.
Decided to go here as it'd had been some time since we last dined there. Between two people, a bruschetta entree, two entree sized pasta dishes and two soft drinks set us back just over $70. For what you're paying, there are plenty of other Italian restaurants in the area where you'll pay less and get more for your money. The gnocchi gorgonzola was nice but I hadread more