Pizza is the one childhood favourite that nobody ever grows out of. Whether you are eight or eighty years old, that cheesy goodness and baked dough aroma is enough to get anyone drooling.
We all have our preferences. Thin base. Thick base. Less cheese. More cheese. Meaty. Saucy. Covered in avo. There are just so many ways to enjoy a good pizza!
With so many ways to enjoy this cheesy treat, there’s only one thing you need to know… Where to find the best ones!
If spicy is your thing, you’ll love the Mexicana pizza at Pommes Frites!
Spicy beef mince topping, prepared in a tantalizing Mexican style sauce and topped with green peppers and lashings of chilli. This is the perfect pizza to keep you warm on those colder days.
Pommes Frites pizzas are great for a sit down meal in their classy restaurant, or you can order your pizza to go, in a square! Yip, a square pizza. What else would you put in a square box?
Norway is famous for two things: Vikings and salmon. While you won’t find too many vikings in St Francis, the restaurants here serve some of the freshest salmon you will ever taste!
Full Stop Cafe prides itself on being a great venue for the whole family. They even have kiddies-size pizzas on their menu! However, moms and dads are obviously looking for something a little more interesting than a little margarita…
We present to you, The Norwegian!
A rich, thin based pizza with hearty toppings of all that is good in life. Fresh salmon, cream cheese, capers and rocket. All mixed together to produce this divine treat. You have to try it for yourself to understand.
If there’s one thing the Italians are known for, it’s their pizza. Mauro’s Italian restaurant definitely follows suit, with their Gorgonzola pizza.
If you can convince your date that the beautiful view is worth the bad breath, this is one pizza you don’t want to pass on. With creamy blue cheese, chunky bacon bits and sweet fig slices, this pizza offers a welcome tingle to the taste buds.
Vegetarian doesn’t mean boring. Especially not at Quaysyde!
If you’re having trouble getting the kids to eat their veggies, this is the solution that they won’t fight. Even if they do, more for you! These wood-fired pizzas are jam-packed with the freshest toppings and flavours, satisfying even the most religious meat eaters.
When you add biltong to pizza, there’s really very little that can go wrong. I guess that’s where this “Flavourite” is such a favourite, at Tails & Thyme.
The symphony of flavours (rosemary, garlic, olive oil, biltong powder & feta) leave your mouth in a state of pure bliss, after every bite. It’s so good, you won’t want to share, so order two!