Have a craving for the best Adelaide pizza? Consider this your DIY slice-by-slice guide to the tastiest pies in the city. Adelaide has an incredible food and drink scene: burgers, cocktails and of course, coffee.
Whether you’re a local looking for new food spots or just here for a few days while you’re visiting Australia, this is one place where carb lovers will be safe and sound.
Put your game face on; get ready to eat your bodyweight in fresh cheese and chargrilled dough at these seven best places for pizza…
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They serve the rustic Southern Italian fare here, with the best seasonal ingredients; the cheese literally melts in your mouth. The pizzas are light and airy and don’t leave you bloated. The dream.
With retro vibes and just the right amount of kitsch, Sunny’s Pizza is a must-visit Adelaide restaurant/bar/whatever-you-want. The pizzas here are light and fluffy with the perfect charring on the crusts.
The menu is simple. There’s “pizza” and then there’s “not pizza.”
EST Pizzeria serves up amazing wood-fired pizzas, gnocchi and polenta dishes, but it’s the pizza in particular that will steal your heart – and your tastebuds.
The menu is small but mighty, with toppings including taleggio cheese, black truffle, speck and prawns. You can also get your pizza to takeaway too, which is a great shout if it’s too busy to sit inside.
You’ll find both traditional and modern pizzas here, with a choice bases: the 72-hour classic (a white high-protein flour blend), wholemeal superleggera (a light rye, oat and wheat germ combo), or gluten free!
Come with a group and order the special Banquet Menu. A whole lot of delicious dishes will arrive to the table, including a selection of pizzas.
La Trattoria has been serving locals authentic Italian pizzas in Adelaide since the 1980s, and shows no sign of slowing down. The friendly atmosphere and thin crust pies with tasty toppings means you’ll be back again and again.
Be sure to try the signature Trattoria pizza with oysters, ham, fresh prawns, anchovies and oregano.
Antica’s infamous one metre pizza is not to be missed out on while you’re on the hunt for the best Adelaide pizza. Can’t handle it? Their personal pies taste just as good.
It’s a stylish and contemporary space and that’s reflected with the gourmet toppings. You’ll have a hard time choosing between fior di latte and casalinga salami.
This small pizza joint goes above and beyond with its pizza menu: there’s 17 red base pizzas to try and four white, with a great mixture of both local and Italian toppings.
Want to experiment a little with flavours? Go wild and order the Crackling Hearts, which comes with sauce, cheese, semi-sundried tomatoes, pancetta, baby spinach, artichoke hearts, and bocconcini.
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