Hands up who’s hungry for the best Sydney pizza? BBQ’s are great, Aussie seafood is the best in the world and local dishes have their charm, but let’s be honest, very little can beat a proper pizza.
Thanks to a wave of passionate Italian entrepreneurs, you’ll find some cracking pizzas in Sydney. Not all pizzas are created equal though, so we did the only rational thing there is to do: sought out the best pizzas in the city.
Best pizza Sydney
Owner Luigi brought his traditional pizza making experience from Naples all the way to sunny Sydney, and oh-boy are we glad he made the move. Pizzas at Via Napoli are baked in a wood-fired, domed oven at 485°C for no more than 60 to 90 seconds. Perfection.
Frankie’s has an old-school dive bar charm, with its basement bar the venue for countless bands ready to rock out. Don’t be fooled by the bargain prices of their pizza by the slice or pie – these are premium, thin-base babelicious pizzas.
The pizza toppings here are creative and super fresh – everything that makes pizza so good. Dough is charred in all the right places and the perfect lightness, and the restaurant space itself is as cool as they come.
Simply fantastic wood-fired pie is found at this pizza joint. Borruso’s was also recently voted best gluten free bases in Sydney.
Whether you visit the original store in Northbridge or the new store in Crows Nest, you won’t be disappointed.
Authentic, delicious and completely irresistible food here will bring you back time and time again. Less is more here, with the ingredients shining through.
You may as well be in Italy – it’s just that good.
A traditional pizzeria on Eat Street, Gigi Pizzeria has been serving Sydney their droolworthy Neapolitan pizzas for almost 10 years. Unusually, the menu is entirely plant based, but you won’t even miss the meat. Food this tasty stands the test of time.
This food truck churning out wood-fired pizzas became so popular that owners opened a permanent restaurant in the CBD a couple of years ago. Now, you can sit in this stylish venue for a Neapolitan pizza with a twist. Keep an eye out for unusual specials like this Irish blood sausage, red onion, mozzarella and kipfler potato version below.