The 7 Best Pizzas In Brisbane
Forget about coffee (just for a minute, okay?) – Brisbane pizza is where it’s at. By ‘it’ we mean the most satisfyingly delicious pies and slices that would make even an Italian jealous.
The pizza scene here ranges from greasy-yet-gourmet slices to authentic wood-fired pies that you would happily eat every weekend. This is one city where carb lovers will be safe and sound.
We’ve rounded up the best of the best pizzas in Brisbane, so get feasting…
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Beccofino have been serving incredible Italian food since 2004 and although they offer quality pastas and meats, you’d be foolish to ignore the pizzas. Throw in the floor-to-ceiling windows and a splendid wine list and you’ll be in your element here.
This Sydney-born restaurant has a cult following, and now has several buzzing Brisbane pizza locations. Trying to choose from the tempting menu can be tough, but you can count on every pizza being made with the house-made dough and cooked to a crispy perfection.
Lupa focuses on Roman-style pizza, which uses slowly fermented dough for an extra light base and extreme tastiness. The keep the menu simple, with five white pizzas and five red to choose from. Our fave? The Bunga Bunga: Fior di latte mozzarella, taleggio, hot sausage, mixed mushroom, onion and chilli.
The famous Italian city of Naples inspires this restaurant’s pizza menu.
They pride themselves on making a true Neapolitan pizza with only the best ingredients available.
The pizzas here are traditionally Italian, with a light, simple sauce and few toppings, but are always packed with flavour. The Diavlo pizza topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella, hot ‘Inferno’ salame, fresh basil, EVO oil has a flavour filled punch that will knock your socks off.
Corbett & Claude serve up wood-fired pizzas baked to perfection. Wash it all down with the craft beers, wines and signature cocktails. There’s plenty of choice on the menu, but make sure at least one person at your table orders their amazing Cigar Pizza. It’s a rolled-up, cheesy treat.
When you hear that La Pinsa’s dough takes 36 hours to rise, you know they’re serious about quality pizzas. Plus, all the ingredients for their dough are rigorously Organic and GMO Free. The end result is a light and fresh pizza that comes laden down with only the best toppings from Italy.