Cuisine: Italian, Pizza
Location: East Victoria Park – Albany Hwy (also Leederville)
Pepperoni Skillet Pizza (Dine in only) $24.50
Chicago and Detroit are both famous for their respective styles of deep dish pizza cooked in a heavy cast iron skillet – We’ve combined the deep pie of the Chi & the charred crust of the D to bring you our own unique flavour
Pork Belly $19.50
The belly is massaged with garlic, pepper and fennel then roasted and placed on top of slow braised white wine onions, mozzarella and finished with store made dijonaise
Built from Bones $19
Built from the bones of the classic ricotta cannoli. Smooth sweet vanilla ricotta spread on a base with chocolate drops, topped with crushed cannoli shells, a drizzle of fresh cream and amaretto syrup finished off with fresh basil. (GF version also available)
Theo & Co Pizzeria Food Review Summary
Verdict: Theo Kalogeracos, the master pizza chef, has a new pizza store in East Vic Park, just opposite The Heart of The Park Shopping Center. The space is casual, the service friendly, and the pizzas are anything but ordinary. Dine in or takeaway, BYO, wait to be seated and then be confused as to what pizza to choose from the extensive menu. I was really keen on trying the skillet pizzas and opted for the pepperoni version. This deep dish beautie was amazing! Not at all soggy, soft fluffy base packed with Mozzarella cheese and delicious pepperoni. Yum yum yum! I also opted for one of their best sellers (which there are many) – Pork Belly on a pizza? Crazy, no genius! Marinated with deliciousness, fennel, garlic, and the creamy dijonaise is a masterstroke. Full of flavour and so enjoyable. Some bits have a slight crunch from the crackling. They have boxes where the cutlery and serviettes are to take the leftovers away which means room for dessert. I’ve eaten several dessert pizzas from different restaurants which have generally been poor. Here, there’s several to choose from and the Built From Bones looked appealing. A deconstructed cannoli – ricotta base with chocolatey drops and broken cannoli shells for crunch, it’s unusual, different but an excellent dessert pizza nonetheless. Really full but very satisfied. The pizzas here are a very different style but are inventive, creative, and the flavour combinations are on the money.
Price: Reasonable (Also in the Entertainment Book)
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