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25 Pizza Places In Sydney That Will Make You Say "Oh My"

The perfect spot to grab a slice - or six.

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1. Vacanza, Surry Hills and Bronte

If you ask someone where the best pizza in Sydney is, there's a very high chance they're going to say Vacanza. This place does damn good pizza - plain and simple. It's also great for groups, with set menus starting from $35 per head.

2. Manoosh, Enmore

Manoosh will have you convinced that Lebanese-style pizza is the best - and only important - kind of pizza. And that is a big deal.

3. Da Orazio, Bondi

If you want a fancy dinner, but also want to take your kids along, this is a great spot with $12 children's pizzas. This place can get crowed on Friday and Saturday nights, but if you book a table it can be great for groups who love pizza and sangria.

4. Via Napoli, Lane Cove, Hunters Hill and Surry Hills

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Resident pizza chef, Luigi, was born in Naples and has had a passion for pizza as long as he can remember. His love for the finest food of all is damn obvious when you dine at Via Napoli. A Surry Hills restaurant is due to open soon too, so get excited.


5. Bar Reggio, Darlinghurst

Bar Reggio is a Sydney institution. One bite of pizza (or fork of pasta while we're talking Italian food) and you'll understand how this place has stayed in business for over 20 years.

6. Rosso Pomodoro, Balmain

The motto at this pizza place is "less is more", and they prove the statement true with their simple artisian menu. Everything here is made with love, starting with the organic stone flour dough, which is proofed for 72 hours.

7. Da Mario, Rosebery

Da Mario take group bookings for 12 people or more, so go and order at least five pizzas off their epic menu.

8. Lucio Pizzeria, Darlinghurst and Zetland

Start your meal with the epic antipasto plate before ordering yourself a pizza-calzone hybrid. If you can, leave room for a dessert pizza to finish.


9. Italian Bar, Paddington

As its name suggests, this new-ish Oxford Street Italian spot is a great place for pizza and a glass of wine. The prices are good, and the food is even better.

10. Arte Bianca, Double Bay

The weekly specials at Arte Bianca will give you something no other pizza place can, with combinations including ingredients like pistachio nuts, pomegranate, and a ton of grilled vegetables.

11. Pizza Moncur, Woollahra

This is the perfect place if you love eating out and eating in equally, because this pizza is just as good delivered as it is if you eat in the restaurant. Pizza Moncur do a special pizza each month too, so visit regularly to make sure you don't miss any of the tasty creations. This month's special? Satay chicken.

12. Borruso's Pizza, Northbridge

Don't leave this place without trying the "porcapeppa" pizza - with peppadews, feta, bacon, and caramalised onion. Iconic.


13. Alberto's Pizzeria, Newtown

The margarita pizza here starts at $8.50, so make sure you order one - regardless of how many other pizzas you're ordering.

14. Gigi Pizzeria, Newtown

With a brand new all-vegan menu, expect to line up to get into Gigi. Grab a seat at the bar, order yourself an aperitivo, then peruse the menu, choosing whichever wood-fired pizza takes your fancy the most. Stick around for a glass of red, and dessert.

15. Pizza E Birra, Surry Hills

This Crown Street pizza place hosts all-you-can-eat on Monday nights for $20, so save yourself all weekend, and start the working week in the best way possible - full of pizza.

16. La Disfida, Haberfield

Open until 10pm Wednesday to Sunday nights, bring a bottle of wine and settle in for a night of eating.


17. Hello Pizza, Darlinghurst

Despite it's convenient location in Darlinghurst, this place is all about the delivery. Upmarket from your average takeaway pizza, the extra cost is totally worth it for the gourmet taste. Hello Pizza also offer 12 gluten free options, so it's a great choice when ordering with your GF mate.

18. Frankie's Pizza, Sydney CBD

The best place to buy pizza by the slice, while throwing back a few drinks, getting ready for your Friday night to get a little bit rowdy.

19. Criniti's, Darling Harbour, Manly and Wooloomooloo

If you're super into pizza, take a pizza making class at Criniti's - they hold one once a month in their Manly store. If you're super, super, into pizza, order one of the $200 specials and see how much you can get through.

20. Cipro Pizza Al Taglio, Alexandria

Open for lunch Thursday to Saturday, this is the best place to get a lunch-sized portion of pizza takeaway.


21. Popolo, Rushcutters Bay

Go in after 10.30 a.m. on a Saturday or Sunday and order yourself a breakfast pizzette, and a coffee. You'll never want to start your weekend any other way.

22. Moretti, Leichardt

When a pizza place becomes a favourite of a city's Italian community, you know it's worth a visit - a weekly visit even.

23. Scarfo's, Dulwich Hill

If you live in the area, Scarfo's is about to become that local Italian pizza and pasta place you're just not sure if you could live without.

24. Made In Italy, various locations

With restaurant (and takeaway options) in Pyrmont, Sydney CBD, Rose Bay, Castle Hill, and Annandale rest assured that once you fall in love with their meat lover's creation, you'll be able to get it no matter where you are in Sydney.

25. Mad Pizza E Bar, various locations

With restaurants in Bondi, Darlinghurst, Newtown, Surry Hills, Potts Point, and the CBD, it's no wonder why Mad Pizza is so many people's pizza go-to. This place is perfect for groups with their $30 all-you-can-eat option for group bookings over 10 people.