Friday, 18 September 2009

+39 Pizzeria

I swear if they made bases big enough I’d use it as a Snuggie. I’m sure most of the suits and business types that head to +39 are thinking the same thing. Too bad they make them the size of a reasonable dinner plate with sparse quality ingredients synonymous with good traditional Italian pizzettes.

Find round slices of roasted eggplant, chopped garlic, halved cherry tomatoes topped with fresh mozzarella and olive oil in the Gratinata or sautéed radicchio and salami on thin crisp bases with generous fluffy crusts that make for bloody good eating. Get these for $12.5, but they do cater for those who’ve just won Lotto with an extreme pizza with lobster or truffles and mushroom. If you can’t afford that, there’s plenty of dolce including a calzone filled with the oozy Ferrero hazelnut spread. Dinner time changes to a more mid priced menu, the lasagne will have Garfields salivating.

A quality slice of Lygon on a street known for its town of China. And it’s warm enough inside so you can leave that stupid blanket coat outside.

3.5 / 5 yums!
Where? 362 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC
What? Pizzas $12.50

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