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I like this place
You can sit outside on a warm night
Its licenced and byo right near a bottle shop
Service is great
Pizzas are tasty thin crust
Their pasta is good too
Don’t expect too much and you will be happy
Pizzas are good but not outstanding. Traditional thin crust and the usual suspects on the menu. They do other dishes and salads, pastas, etc.
We never bother sitting inside because it's so nice outside, even in the middle of winter.
Easy going, not pretentious, pizzeria...that is reasonably pricedMore
Cold pizza as the delivery guy just left the order on the fence without ringing the door bell. Base was barely cooked and the cheese and pepperoni was flavourless. Base was the biggest disappointment, tasted like a bought base from woolies. Pasta was ok, but...overall not worth the $50 I paid for a cold pizza and pastaMore
This place is our new local after moving into the hood and I've read fairly OK reviews online - so we thought we would give it a go. I knew from the outside that it was in 'original' condition which can be cute and 'authentic'....However, this place is way beyond the point of retro or vintage - it is just plain shabby, dingy and depressing. OK, so the decor is severely neglected, surely the food will make up for it??? (Optimistic thinking here ...). But sadly no. Not sure which was more sad, the interior or the food produced therein. The pizza's were thin, greasy and chewy. I've never seen a pizza with a completely one-dimensional appearance. It's hard to determine the topping from the cheese - it is just one greasy bland veneer of topping on a bland base. This is NOT a traditional Italian pizza in my books. This is a great example of how badly pizza was interpreted in Australia in 1979 - and it hasn't changed for this place. "Traditional" isn't good if it isn't authentic. It just means zero effort has been invested in 40 years and it's as bad now as it was then.More
Nothing has changed in my opinion Just an average Pizza! We have had 3 experinces over the last 6months and all Average! They are better than your local chain pizzeria but certainly not "Best pizza in Sydney" As quoted by others. Not my first choice...just convenient.More
There's now 2 pizzerias at Naremburn and they're going toe to toe, which is a good thing. We dropped by the original Naremburn pizzeria and the pizzas seem to have gotten better, especially the crusts. We had a good mix of four seasons & pepperoni...last night and they were very good. Keep the good workMore
I like this place because it reminds me of Cheap Italian places we used to eat at in the 80s. The pizzas are good, thin crust and quite tasty and the pasta dishes like tortellini boscaola very good too. Sit outside on a warm night...and smell the garlic. Bottle shop right next door and no corkage!
It’s basic but good value and honest.More
I ordered some take away and was willing to wait the nominated time. After an extra 20 mins, the order was handed over, during which time the manager unnecessarily chastised his wait staff.
When I get home, I realised the pizza was undercooked and stuck...to the box.
I rang to inform the restaurant and they could not have been less interested.More