Justin Hemmes brings Bar Totti's to George Street

The antipasti list sweeps from sardines to scallop crudo, prosciutto to baked tomino and marinated peppers.
The antipasti list sweeps from sardines to scallop crudo, prosciutto to baked tomino and marinated peppers. Photo: Steven Woodburn

The boozy little bro of Bondi's Totti's has opened in the city.

Landing on Sydney's George Street, Bar Totti's adds to Justin Hemmes' growing collection of more diminutive venues in the precinct.

Chef Mike Eggert.
Chef Mike Eggert. Photo: Steven Woodburn

The posse already includes Bar Topa and Little Felix.

Chefs Mike Eggert and Jake Ahrens have a robust menu with the wood-fire bread a cornerstone.

The antipasti list sweeps from sardines to scallop crudo, prosciutto to baked tomino and marinated peppers.

Wood-fire bread is a cornerstone of the menu.
Wood-fire bread is a cornerstone of the menu. Photo: Steven Woodburn

There's also king prawns with chilli and fennel, chicken wings and grilled garfish.

Totti's tiramisu and Neapolitan ice-cream sandwich have made the trek from the Bondi original.

The interior is a simple mix of white-washed walls and a big horseshoe-shaped bar. Giddyup.

Bar Totti's, 4/330 George Street, Sydney, merivale.com/venues/tottis/