Lolli Redini has come to be regarded as a local dining institution in Orange. It attracts a following of city weekenders and locals alike.
The restaurant has won fourteen successive Sydney Morning Herald Chef Hats since opening in 2001. Located in Orange's restaurant precinct, the restaurant is a collaborative family project, established in 2001.
Named after friend Grazia Lolli Redini, from the Tuscan village of San Gimignano, the Restaurant serves contemporary Italian & French influenced food using mostly local produce & other specially sourced items, conforming their criteria; seasonal, organic, sustainable, low food mile & ethically farmed produce.
Lolli Redini was one of the first restaurants we sampled in Orange over a decade ago.