From the classic margherita, Neapolitan and Hawaiian pizzas to crispy potato and onion pizzas, chilli pineapple pizzas (who would have thought chilli and pineapple could actually go well together?) and gluten-free butter chicken pizzas, there really is no end to what one can put on a pizza dough. Melbourne’s pizza scene is on the rise and Melburnians sure have an abiding love of pizzas. Read on as we share with you some of the best pizza spots to hit up!
Get in there early because you can almost always expect a long queue at DOC. Our favourites include the Pizza ai Porcini which is topped with wild mushrooms, truffle oil and mozzarella with grated pecorino or the Capricciosa Nuova which is a combination of San Marzano tomato, mozzarella, anchovies and olives. If you’re looking for a meatier option, try the Pizza Tiger Prawns and Pizza Speck.
Owner Remo Nicolini matched this prefix of +39 for international calls to Italy. The pizza dough is puffed by a roaring pizza oven, providing the perfect base for combinations such as the Crudaiola – a heaven of goodness that consists of hand torn buffalo mozzarella, prosciutto do parma on a bed of marinated roma tomatoes, rockets and parmesan!
At the heart of Lazerpig there is a passion for food, music, people and party. Sourdough wood fired pizza made with the freshest and finest ingredients, this place is a pizzeria in a bluestone Collingwood pub with a vibrant crowd. They nail a cracking Queen Margherita and Mary Hadi A Little Lamb that’s for sure!
Gourmet pizza served in a chic, modern space with an open kitchen and streetside seating. A25 Pizza presents their pizzas with a twist, adding loads of experience and relentless passion to provide delicious handcrafted pizzas for everyone! According to A25, ‘Pizza is Sexy’ and heck yes it’s true.