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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Matabele, Dec 1, 2004.
Just out of interest - which is the best of the pizza places (and why)?
In actual fact the pizza I make is the best, then the Oaks pizza. I call my pizza, "the heart stopper" Ingredients Marinated asparagus Artichoke hearts Kalamata olives Chargrilled Capsicum Ham Mushrooms A **** load of cheese
My pride and joy is the Morrocan Lamb: Base - Spiced hummus and cous cous. Marinated spicy Morrocan beef (secret recipe). Mozza cheese base Capsicum Sun-dried Tomato Feta Cheese Garlic sprinkle Beat that Zap.
i already did, yours sounds like it will keep me close to a bathroom for 2 days
Some of the Cargo Bar pizzas are pretty good but for value for money the Pizza Shop at Skyline Shops is prtetty good
the lamb pizza at the Oaks is a killer its great if a bit pricey, but the absoulte best pizza i ever had was on my birthday at Capitanos in North sydney, fantastic pizza there. Milanos at neutral bay aint half bad either
How much do the independants charge for pizzas down there?
depends on the place. THe Oaks is very pricey because its well the oaks, but worth it when you are on the piss with the guys the rest between $10 and $20 depending on the size
The mega supreme at Pj's (Mt Colah) used to be the best but he sold out and the base is just no were near as good these days labeit still great. My mate makes a ripper at his place as he has a wood fired pizza oven. Cant beat the wood fired flavour
Hmmm Pizza The Hutt , Reminds me of someone , Remember Our Converstaion Re: this Byso LOL
zap and mata , both your choices sound good - have to try them out (is cous cous a native marsupial?). best pizzas in brissie are from panchos pizza at bulimba. more or less what you want and how big you want and delivered.
Belmontes at Pennant Hills opposite the station is a good place for a great Pizza. Tony the owner is mad but the food is great and the decor is superb. The building is the original and there are old movie posters right through the place!
Belmontes is tops I went there many times before going to Patrick's in the 90's
Gee I see that Cliffy GC has turned up with his one genuine friend in the world to ensure that Pizza Yuck gets a few runs on the board.
Our local guy charges $9.95 or 2 for $18 for a "standard" large one, a few dollars more for the gourmets.
What are Dingoes and Pizza Yuck selling for. Up here the lunch time ones are going for $4.95. Must be high quality - NOT!!
I was talking tot a guy on the weekend who is thinking about getting into the business of selling pizzas & oven in Pubs for over the bar sales. They also make the pizzas as well & deliver them to the pubs who throw then in the oven, apparently in made bulk it costs 40 cents to make those "packaged" type pizzas. Putting 2 & 2 together, it suggests to me that there are not a lot of meat & veges in 40 cents.
What size are the pizzas though? Pint size?