Cin Cin pizzeria leaves Thirroul bound for Gwynneville in 2021

Desiree Savage
By Desiree Savage
Updated March 3 2021 - 10:57am, first published 8:30am
Diana and Guilio Giuliani with their son Adrian at the family's Italian restaurant Il Nido in Balgownie. The family have just sold their Thirroul business Cin Cin, but the name is set to pop up in Gwynneville. Picture: Adam McLean

Cin Cin the popular Italian pizzeria, loved for their pasta in a cheese wheel, has served its final dish in Thirroul at the weekend.

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Desiree Savage

Desiree Savage

Arts, Entertainment, Breaking News Journalist

I write about arts and entertainment, plus other bits and pieces in between at the Illawarra Mercury.

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