Sydney’s Superb Pizza Places

Most people would agree that pizza is pretty much the greatest thing ever invented. So, for the benefit of your taste buds, here’s a list of top pizza places to be found in Sydney.

TrueLocal - The Landing: Pizza in Sydney

The Landing

Haberfield

If you’re pining for that genuine southern Italian taste, this spot might just be the pizza joint of your dreams. Slow-cooked, impeccably-prepared pizza heaven awaits you at The Landing. Their dough is naturally leavened for 48 hours (before you arrive, of course) for that unbeatable authentic feel. Read more

I really had a great dinner at the landing. Much better that lot of Italian restaurant in Italy! Good pizzas and dishes from south of Italy and really good wine served by very friendly staff! – martykingofscotts

TrueLocal - Pizza e Birra: Pizza in Sydney

Pizza e Birra

Surry Hills

Pizza and Beer – a pairing right up there with Posh and Becks. It can only be bettered by an all-you-can eat special for a measly $20! (a.k.a. Fat Monday). Pizza e Birra has become a Surry Hills institution, known for speedy service and top-notch quality. If you’re a nightowl, never fear – it’s open ’til 11 pm even on the schooliest of school nights. Read more

The pizza here is really good, and along with the vibrant atmosphere and friendly efficient service made for a great night out. – GEilyA

TrueLocal - Da Vinci's Italian Restaurant: Pizza in Sydney

Leonardo himself would be proud of this place. In case the name wasn’t a big enough clue, Da Vinci’s Italian Restaurant in Summer Hill is where you go for the definitive Italian pizza experience. With vegetarian and takeaway options, they’ve got all (pizza) bases covered. Read more

Decent food, nice atmosphere with outdoor seating and great to hear the Italian language being spoken so freely! – jwilson77

TrueLocal - Pizza Autentico: Pizza in Sydney

Pizza Autentico

Surry Hills

Tasteful lighting, elegant décor and long old tables with room for all your friends and family. Now this is pizza. For irresistible feasts drenched in mozzarella, Napoli sauce and the finest olive oils known to Italy, you won’t get much better than Pizza Autentico. What’s more, their famous side dishes include Sicilian arancini and anchovy cigars ? yum! Read more

Very nice place. Delicious food and a friendly, quick and accommodating wait staff. Went there for a team lunch and was very pleased. – Donna-K

TrueLocal - Frankie's Pizza: Pizza in Sydney

While pizza might be one of humanity’s greatest achievements, rock ‘n’ roll can’t be too far behind. You’d think that combining the two would simply be too much for the human brain to comprehend, but Frankie’s Pizza has found a way. From lunchtime to 3am, you can expect ice cold beer, hot, cheesy pizza by the slice, and decidedly uncheesy music every day of the week. Read more

Pizza by the slice is what Frankie’s is famous for, and old school charm is the feeling you get from the decor and set up as you walk in. If you are looking for a quick and casual bite to eat with a friend or require a 3am pick-me-up – Frankie’s is the place. – Tiaraaaaa

TrueLocal - Bondi Hardware: Pizza in Sydney

Bondi Hardware

Bondi Beach

If you want proof that a restaurant is well worth your time, then how about the fact that it managed to stay in business despite being a former DIY store that didn’t even bother to change its name? Strange as it sounds, Bondi Hardware is one of the finest pizza places in Sydney. Hard hats off to you, lads! Read more

Really cool place to catch up with someone or chill. Great food and service, give this place a try. – Toby Van Wilder

TrueLocal - Frank?s Pizza Bar: Pizza in Sydney

Frank’s Pizza Bar

Camperdown

Not to be confused with Frankie’s Pizza (trust us on this one), Frank’s Pizza Bar on Parramatta Road is much more in the mould of your classic neighbourhood Italian place. Stroll in expecting fantastic pizza, friendly service, and a little something for everyone to sink their eager chompers into. Read more

Simply the best hidden pizza place in Sydney! And this is coming from someone who is not a fan of pizza. It makes commercialised pizza taste like cardboard. Once you have tried it, you will never look at pizza the same way again. – nicky1981

TrueLocal - Via Napoli Pizzeria: Pizza in Sydney

You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d been transported to Naples as you enter Via Napoli in Sydney’s leafy Lane Cove. It’s busy, loud and exciting, and that’s exactly the way owner Luigi Esposito and his many loyal customers like it. For those who like their pizza old school, try the signature margherita. And if you have a hunger, try the one metre version! That’s right… one.metre.pizza. Read more

One of my favourite pizza places… When we took a trip to Naples in Italy we realized this local Lane Cove Pizzeria is legit! – Atan7

 

 

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