Something for everyone.
Mushrooms stuffed with goats cheese, lemon zest, parsley and parmesan crust served on a bed of rocket and drizzled with balsamic glaze are baked until soft with a crunchy, cheesy topping and get the Sizzling chilli prawns for prawns that just pop.
Naturally you have to eat pizza at Bondi Pizza. Flavour-wise, we’re big fans of the Peking Deluxe – A delicious blend of roasted duck & roasted chicken on a hoi sin base topped with shallots, cucumber and coriander. Also formidable, is the eye-catching and satisfying Marinated chargrilled lamb backstrap fillet, feta, balsamic onions, roma tomatoes, rocket, sweet potato crisps and creamy caesar sauce. For something more Italian, there’s the freshly sliced Prosciutto and bocconcini, pancetta, basil and rocket
Sweet tooths are taken care of, the Triple chocolate brownie is really fudgy and chocolatey. The only letdown was the Berry swirl cheesecake which to my palate was like thickened cream and definitely not sweet enough. Classic oven-baked swirls served warm with vanilla ice cream and warm melted Belgian chocolate are basically pizza dough strips rolled into scrolls, it’s when they’re dipped in melted chocolate that they transform into something else.
Bondi Pizza is a great restaurant for families and group outings and there’s seriously something for everyone. The menu is enormous ranging from not only pizzas but pastas, salads and loads of grilled options.
MsBrulee dined as guests of Bondi Pizza. Opinions however are my own.