Every neighbourhood has their own local pizza joint, but Vincenzo’s is the kind of homely pizzeria that makes you wish you lived in the area!
We’re here today with a small group of foodies to check out some of Vincenzo’s menu.
Garlic bread makes for a delicious starter, but it’s the garlic prawns that we can’t wait to dig into, cooked in a delicious tomato sauce.
Being a Pizzeria, of course we’ve got to try their pizzas. The pizza dough is the same recipe that has been passed down and used for many years, and we can see why they wouldn’t want to change it!
The Four seasons pizza tasty combination of tomato, cheese, prawns, capsicums, ham, mushrooms. It’s a fluffy dough, not too heavy, a nice crisp edge and a good thickness to hold the toppings.
And it’s not just the standard pizza on offer here either. The Atlantic pizza is a seafood lover’s dream, a tomato base topped with scallops, prawns, king prawn and crabmeat
If seafood is not so much your thing, the array of veggies on the Italian Special Pizza might tickle your fancy, with roast capsicums, marinated artichokes, roast eggplant, mushrooms and diced tomatoes.
But it’s not all about the pizzas either, the fettuccine marinara reminiscent of the garlic prawns with the red napolitana sauce, and a good serve of seafood in the form of garlic,prawns, scallops and crab meat.
And the classic fish & chips is always a winner, because who can ever say no to crispy fries?