March 22nd, 2022
With a beachfront location and views this good, it could probably afford to be a lot worse. Instead, much like its older sibling il Lido, Canteen have created a slice of Neapolitan summer all year around. The menu features a modest list of deceptively simple pizzas – fior di latte, sausage, fennel, fresh chilli and… broccoli? Trust us, it works. With aperativo specials and the practically-a-steal Monday night pizza and pinot deals, Canteen really live up to their maxim: “Pizza, wine and a real good time”.
If there’s one thing we’ve learnt from our pizza explorations, it’s the benefits of restraint. And nowhere is that more evident than in Santini’s pizza menu: just four options, you know that they’ll all have well and truly earned their place. Two rosso and two bianche, current offerings include a classic margherita style, a pork sausage with potato, dried chilli, lemon and parsley, a nduja and caramelised onion, or a cacio e pepe clam pie with parsley and pancetta. When those are your options, who needs anything else?
We consider it a personal failure that we didn’t make it to Eugene’s Pizzeria sooner. This neighbourhood pizza spot is slinging pies six nights a week that are unpretentious yet high-quality. We’re talking 72-hour fermented dough and local ingredients – and what’s better about pizza than that?!
Amico Cafe really gets what it means to be a family-run restaurant. Their wood-fired pizzas cover all the bases, with family-friendly favourites like Hawaiian or Meat Lovers, as well as classics like bufala, or contadina. Striking the balance between authenticity and approachability? Quality and affordability? That’s no mean feat, and certainly helped even more by the warm and inviting service.
The 72-hour, “pasta riporto” dough and considered use of toppings is enough to please even the most discerning pizza snob.
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