Col’Cacchio's Picolo menu

Col’Cacchio has launched a brand new lunchtime menu called Piccolo, where all items are priced under R60.

The menu does not include any dishes from the standard menu, affording you the opportunity to explore a whole new range of dishes that haven’t been seen at Col’Cacchio before. Portion sizes are smaller than those on the regular menu.

This offering is available from Monday to Friday until 16:00 for sit-down, take-away or delivery.




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