Popular Pizza Outlets In Australia

Popular Pizza Outlets In Australia

Pizza, one of the most popular and favourite fast food throughout the world, originated in Italy and were brought to Australia by the Italian immigrants in early 1920’s. In today’s’ date, around 52 million Australians indulge in fast foods regularly, where Hamburgers take first place when it comes to Australian’s fast food consumption and pizza comes in a robust second place.

The latest statistics of a projected market share of Australian pizza restaurants and takeaway industry of  2016-17 shows that Domino’s Pizza topping the list with 25% market share whereas Yum! The restaurant is in the second position with 10.7% followed by EBA Pizza Holdings, Retail Food Group and LA Porchetta Holdings with 4.6%, 4% & 1.9% respectively.

Here are few most popular Pizza Outlets in Australia:

  • Via Napoli – Sydney

This place is known for being the authentic Neapolitan Pizzeria in Sydney & has been awarded “The Best Pizza in Sydney” in the past years. Their wood fired pizza respects the traditional way of making without any compromise.

Luigi Esposito, the owner, along with his Italian team has created the perfect environment that makes you feel like you are enjoying Pizza in the streets of Napoli. They have their outlets in Slurry Hills, Lane Coves & Hunter Hill.

The most preferred dishes are their famous Antipasti Platter & Garlic Bread. However, the customers never stop complimenting their unique Pizza base & delicious seafood.

The average cost for two people is A$80 (approx.)

  • Domino’s Pizza Enterprises

It is known to be the largest pizza chain in Australia in terms of store numbers, sales and the largest franchisee for the brand in the world. The first Domino’s store was opened in Queensland, in 1983, and was the first pizza maker in Australia that offered home delivery. You can contact Dominos Head Office Number for more details.

Domino’s has been winning hearts with their lip-smacking range of pizzas & hence, in terms of popularity, they have secured the biggest slice of the market. With continuous innovation in the menu they have been able to hold the market share till date.

Domino’s latest release was “The Game Changing” Chef’s Best pizza range which is winning market already.

The average cost for two people is A$40 (approx.) You can contact Dominos Head Office Brisbane

  • 400 Gradi – Melbourne

Having the ‘award winning’ trend going, 400 Gradi was recently voted for having “World’s Best Margherita Pizza” at the Campionato Mondiale Della Pizza in Italy. It is known for its Simple and quality Neapolitan style pizza.

Chef and V.P.N. Principal Johnny Di Francesco recognised as Melbourne’s Mr Pizza, owns this Pizzeria. They have their stores in Brunswick, Essendon and Eastland Shopping Centre, Ringwood.

The special pizza dough at 400 gradi is famous for its subtle flavour, slightly charred and little chewy texture. Apart from Margherita Pizza, their Bruschettas, Tiramisu and Mushroom Risotto are the most loved dishes.

The average cost for two people is A$150 (approx.)

  • Lucio Pizzeria Darlinghurst, Sydney

Lucio Pizzeria offers some amazingly authentic flavoured pizzas made from their imported Buffalo Mozzarella to gorge on all day & night. Previously they were the ‘Time-Out’ winner of best pizzeria in Sydney, specialising in pizza, calzone and other Naples classics.

Owned by Lucio De Falco, this pizzeria has been winning hearts of customers along with other awards with various food magazines.

The most ordered dishes are their Margherita & Nutella Pizza, Antipasti Platter, Tiramisu, Calamari Fritti etc.

The average cost for two people is A$75 (approx.)

  • Little Caesars Pizzeria – Perth

The list of popular pizzeria of Australia wouldn’t be complete without Little Caesars. Theo Kalogeracos, a multi award winning pizza chef, running his business since 1996. Now with his expansion to three stores across the state, you can never go wrong with the promise of wood fired pizza. In 2015, he opened “Theo & Co Pizzeria”- a new idea in Victoria Park and Leederville.

Among their innovative menu, Chicken Fettuccine Pizza, Greek Lamb Pizza, Dessert Pizza, Garlic Bread etc. are the most favoured ones.

The average cost for two people is A$65 (approx.)

  • Scoozi – Melbourne

Scoozi is accredited by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana which gives prestigious recognition to “True Neapolitan” pizza worldwide & is one of only three pizzerias in Australia. Established in 2009, this place brings an authentic Neapolitan pizza, combining both local and imported ingredients.

The customers find their Nutella Pizza to die for. However, their Calamari, Chocolate Pudding & Donut is also equally famous.

The average cost for two people is A$70 (approx.)

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