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30 Best Pizza Deliveries in Sydney [2024]

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Looking for the best pizza delivery in Sydney? Look no further! We have compiled a list of the 30 best pizza deliveries in Sydney. Whether you are looking for classic pizza or something a little more unique, we have got you covered. So what are you waiting for? Order pizza tonight and enjoy a delicious meal delivered right to your door!

1) Westwood Pizza

Key ServiceLocally sourced ingredients
Address245 Australia St, Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
Phone0466 181 266
Operating HoursWednesday 5–10PM
Thursday 5–10PM
Friday 5–10PM
Saturday 5–10PM
Sunday 5–10PM

Newell’s Westwood, in Newtown, has established a reputation for excellence in Sydney’s wood-fired pizza industry. Mitchell Westwood (who previously operated Queen Margherita of Savoy and Bella Brutta, among other top-billing pizza restaurants on this list) likes to focus on quality and minimization of waste. The tiny pizza shop, which opened in December 2020, quickly acquired a well-deserved reputation and a queue of hungry customers on Australia Street.

Key Differentiators:

  • Locally sourced ingredients
  • Minimalist menu
  • Has top-billing pizza joints 

Customer’s Review:

Outrageously good pizza. The honey and garlic was so good. Other pizzas were awesome also.


2) Johnny Gio’s Pizza

Key ServiceNew York City-style pizza
Address65 Bondi Road, Bondi, NSW, 2026, Australia
Phone02 8542 1233
Operating HoursMon–Sat: 5pm – 10pm
Sun: 12pm – 10pm

Sydney has a rep for getting some of the best pizzas in the world. First was Society Pizza—a popular Bondi spot with Neapolitan classics and Faro family recipes—followed by Johnny Gio’s, which offers plenty of character with its big plates of food. It’s also located in four cities, making it easy for people from all over Sydney.

Key Differentiators:

  • New York City-style pizza
  • Uses woodfired oven
  • Fast-paced pizza joint 

Customer’s Review:

Definitely our favourite pizza place at the moment, and we have tried a lot. We have been to the coogee store and waterloo store, but mostly just get delivery. Never had a bad pizza, always amazing. A great variety of pizzas without being to weird.

Skinny Latte

3) Gigi Pizzeria

Key ServiceOffers classic and unique pizzas
Address379 King Street, Newtown NSW 2042
Phone9557 2224
Operating HoursMon – Fri 5.00pm – 9.30pm
Sat & Sun 12.00pm – 9.30pm

Gigi’s is a long-time Newtown institution, serving up both classic and exquisite pizzas cooked in their huge woodfire oven. Did we also mention it’s 100% vegan? Yep, Gigie’s was one of the first restaurants to offer plant-based pizza. Gigi’s Neapolitan-style bases are baked in a wood-burning oven, then stone roasted. Gigi’s produces its own dairy-free tree nut ricotta, mozzarisella, and dairy-free blue cheese.

Key Differentiators:

  • 100% vegan pizza
  • Offers classic and unique pizzas
  • Follows traditional Neapolitan method

Customer’s Review:

Pizza here is fabulous! Had to wait in line but it was worth it!! The potato pizza was the best! The crust is soft and has a chew. The toppings are full of flavour. Would come here more often if it wasn’t so busy.

Emily Lu

4) Bella Brutta

Key ServiceAperol spritz on the menu 
Address135 King St. Newtown, Sydney, NSW
Phone02 9922 5941
Operating HoursTUES-WEDS: 5pm-Late
FRI: 5pm-Later
SAT: 12pm-Later
SUN: 12pm-9pm

Bella Brutta (or “beautiful ugly”) is located at the intersection of King and Lawrence avenues. Bella Brutta isn’t about recreating the real Italian experience, but it doesn’t make it any less enjoyable. In fact, it delivers some of the best slices in the area. The white marble seats, with their sleek black iron frames and bright orange cushions, are a great place to unwind while sipping an Aperol spritz and watching the world go by.

Key Differentiators:

  • Great pizza by the slice
  • Stylish interior
  • Aperol spritz on the menu 

Customer’s Review:

Outstanding Italian flavours served with a modern twist. Backed up by wonderful service. Walked out with a full belly and it was only $40 per head for a high quality meal. Couldn’t recommend higher.

David McCarthy

5) Pizza Madre

Key ServiceUses local and seasonal ingredients
Address2/205 Victoria Rd, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
Phone+61 417 849 419
Operating HoursMonday 5–9PM
Tuesday 5–9PM
Wednesday 5–9PM
Thursday 5–9:30PM
Friday 5–9:30PM
Saturday 5–9:30PM
Sunday 5–9PM

Pizza Madre is a tiny 35-seat restaurant from Two Chaps, the Marrickville couple that runs two other vegan-leaning restaurants. They’ve made a pizza restaurant based on the same ideas of using seasonally available local products, small-batch Australian drink companies, and sustainability. Nothing has meat on it here, but I’ll assure you that when you take a bite, you won’t miss it.

Key Differentiators:

  • 35-seat restaurant
  • Uses local and seasonal ingredients
  • Focuses on sustainability 

Customer’s Review:

One of the best pizzas places in Sydney. Despite being vegan/vegetarian the pizzas are tasty and flavourful. Highly recommend the pumpkin and broccolini pizza. If you are feeling cheeky, the tiramisu is great too!

Joshua Somma

6) Rosso Pomodoro

Key ServiceOffers both classic and vegan pizzas
Address360 Darling St, Balmain NSW 2041, Australia
Phone+61 2 9555 5924
Operating HoursTues to Sun 5PM to 10PM

Rosso Pomodoro, Balmain’s well-known Italian hideaway, also deserves a mention. At Darling Street’s restaurant, you’ll get all of the classics—including a Margherita and prosciutto—made with the finest Italian cheeses, ripe tomatoes, and cured meats. The Della Casa, complete with fior di latte, Italian sausage, hot salami, spinach, and parmesan, is a must-try. It also serves four vegan pizzas if that’s your thing.

Key Differentiators:

  • Classy Italian restaurant
  • Offers both classic and vegan pizzas
  • Uses the finest ingredients 

Customer’s Review:

Perfect pizza. They only make pizza and antipasto platters and that’s all you need. So damn good! Great value and consistent in flavour every time. Cannot fault this place.

Ireny Rose

7) La Coppola

Key ServiceOffers gluten-free dough
Address152 Redfern Street,
Redfern, NSW, 2016
Phone9699 8450
Operating HoursTuesday ~ 5pm – 9pm
Wednesday ~ 5pm – 9pm
Thursday ~ 5pm – 9pm
Friday ~ 5pm – 10pm
Saturday ~ 5pm – 9pm

La Cappola, a tiny trattoria located in the bustling heart of Redfern Street, is run by proprietor Stefano Scopelliti and is dominated by his roaring woodfire oven, where he has been delighting locals with his pizzas (and moustache) for years. Scopelliti, a Naples native who has three decades of expertise and has previously run five restaurants in Sydney, brings an expert Sicilian touch to the pizza scene. This implies a crisp base than the dripping Neapolitan, but not as thick and chewy as the Roman variety.

Key Differentiators:

  • Offers gluten-free dough
  • Owner is a pizza expert from Naples
  • Pizzas have a crisp base 
  • Three decades of experience

Customer’s Review:

Great pizza. Service was fantastic and friendly. Dont expect to find a seat on weekends during peak hours!! This place is bustling!!

Krishanth Naidu

8) Rosso Antico

Key ServiceOffers 17 doughy delights to pick from
AddressShop 2. 52-60 Enmore Road Newtown
Phone8065 4224
Operating HoursTuesday to Sunday 6–10PM

Ricardo Tedesco, a veteran restaurateur, puts pizza at the center of everything—literally. He installed a three-and-a-half tonne Italian-built pizza oven in an empty concrete area on Enmore Road and surrounded it with all of the other components of his Inner West restaurant Rosso Antico. He’s a foodie, through and through. His mother owned restaurants in Sydney for over 30 years, and Tedesco still hand-makes five kilos of gnocchi by hand every morning for her.

Key Differentiators:

  • Offers 17 doughy delights to pick from
  • Handmade gnocchi
  • Owner is a foodie 
  • Uses Italian ingredients

Customer’s Review:

Very, very good pizza. The tartufo was generously seasoned with truffle, sausage and mushroom, and the crust was divine. You certainly do pay for the pleasure, but the prices are similar to other woodfired pizza joints, where the pizza itself is superior so all-in-all I’d say the value for money is reasonable.

Elizabeth Munro-Ginn

9) Pizzeria Da Alfredo

Key ServiceHand-made doughs
Address331 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe, Sydney 2037
Phone(02) 8964 9612

Alfredo Repole, the eponymous Alfredo from Pizzeria Da Alfredo, arrived in Sydney from Naples to establish a pizza business. He brought with him a two and a half tonne oven that he could still be seen operating behind the counter every night after it was fully unpacked. They take great pride in their work and refuse to settle for anything less than the greatest. The real appeal is the pizza, which features a cheesy mozzarella topping, a salty number with anchovies, olives and capers, and the traditional fried Neopolitan street food, calzone fritta.

Key Differentiators:

  • Fresh ingredients
  • Hand-made doughs
  • Owner is from Naples

Customer’s Review:

Their pizzas are epic. The ingredients are always fresh, all hand made, the base is next level, it’s completely made in house and it’s not too thin, it’s not too thick, it’s never hard like cardboard or a biscuit like most of the other pizza shops in the area are like.

Jason K

10) Vacanza

Key ServicePizza is made in a wood-fired pizza oven
Address414 Bourke St,
Surry Hills NSW 2010
Phone02 8964 6414
Operating HoursTuesday 5:30–10:30PM
Wednesday 5:30–11PM
Thursday 5:30–11PM
Friday 12–3:30PM, 5:30–11PM
Saturday 12–3:30PM, 5:30–11PM
Sunday 12–3:30PM, 5:30–11PM
Monday Closed

The aroma of some delectable pizza can hardly pass through Surry Hills, but Vacanza has kept its head above the crowd for several years now and shows no signs of slowing down. Nick Gilbert, a self-confessed pizza lover who learned the art of the pie in Southern Italy and brought his well-honed skills back home, launched Vacanza in Bronte in 2010.

Key Differentiators:

  • Uses imported Italian cheese 
  • Pizza is made in a wood-fired pizza oven
  • The owner is a pizza lover who learned the art of the pie in Southern Italy

Customer’s Review:

My friend rates this spot as the best wood fire pizza joint in Sydney. It is hard to disagree! Best thing about these pizzas is the middle part is never soggy and holds its shape.

Jason Lau

11) Society Pizza Bar

Key ServiceSicilian-style pizza and pasta
Address88/90 Curlewis St, Bondi Beach NSW 2026
Phone(02) 9130 7359
Operating HoursMonday 5–10PM
Tuesday 5–10PM
Wednesday 5–10PM
Thursday 5–10PM
Friday 5–10PM
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Society Pizza Bar in Bondi Beach began as a mom-and-dad operation, but it grew into a successful pizzeria. If you’re looking for pizza and pasta near you, Society Pizza Bar will make you hungry for more. The popularity of the restaurant stems from its excellent wood-fired pizzas, pastas, fish, salads, and beverages, all of which are reminiscent of their origins in Sicily. Society’s ambience is perfect for groups and family outings near Bondi Beach.

Key Differentiators:

  • Wood-fired pizzas
  • Family-friendly
  • Sicilian-style pizza and pasta

Customer’s Review:

Simply put, the best pizza I’ve had in Sydney. Had the special last night which featured a smoked buffalo mozzarella and pistachio-infused Ricotta. Exactly what I wanted and was to die for. The service from Simone and the team was outstanding to top it off making for a memorable night all around!

Liam Porter

12) Love Supreme

Key ServiceImported Italian cheese
Address180 Oxford Street, Paddington
Phone02 9331 1779
Operating HoursTues to Sun 5–10PM

Love Supreme is the Italian restaurant choice for picky eaters, with organic veggies, fine wood-fired pizzas, handcrafted pasta, garden-fresh salads, gelato, coffee, and alcoholic beverages in a trendy industrial design. Love Supreme is the greatest pizza restaurant in Paddington: it serves hearty vegan and vegetarian meals as well as a variety of Italian cheeses imported from Italy. Love Supreme strives for simplicity and is highly recommended by pizza connoisseurs.

Key Differentiators:

  • Hearty vegan and vegetarian options
  • Imported Italian cheese
  • Serves hearty vegan and vegetarian meals

Customer’s Review:

Absolutely amazing pizza and pasta! I’ve come here several times and loved the food the drinks and the service every time! I can’t wait to come back to enjoy a dessert, we were just too full from destroying one pizza each! Thanks to all the guys for an amazing night with my wife and father.


13) Lucio Pizzeria

Key ServiceFeatures fresh buffalo cheese plates
Address248 Palmer St. Darlinghurst, NSW 2010
Phone(02) 9332 3766
Operating HoursMonday 6pm-9.30pm
Wednesday 6pm-9.30pm
Thursday 6pm-9.30pm
Friday 5pm-9.30pm
Saturday 5pm-9.30pm
Sunday 5pm-9.30pm

Lucio Pizzeria, the Neapolitan restaurant in Zetland, serves pizza. The Zetland store’s innovative concept features fresh buffalo cheese plates and hearty pasta dishes. Customers can tuck into the mozzarella bar, which offers a variety of meats and cheeses as well as perfect pastas served by Italian-trained culinary cooks. There’s also a DIY antipasto platter made up of locally produced buffalo cheeses from Campania, Italy.

Key Differentiators:

  • Offers a variety of meats and cheeses
  • Features fresh buffalo cheese plates
  • Serves pizza, pasta, and other Italian dishes

Customer’s Review:

Very nice pizzas with a perfect crust, fried calamari is tender and crunchy. In terms of desserts the panna cotta is to die for, and all of this comes at a very reasonable price. The staff are also accommodating and have a pizza chef from Italy. Will come again!

Leonardo Zannier

14) Al Taglio

Key ServiceGourmet Italian pizzas
Address102-104 Albion St.
Surry Hills, NSW 2010
Phone02 8021 5944
Operating HoursMonday 5:30–9PM
Tuesday 5:30–9PM
Wednesday 5:30–9PM
Thursday 5:30–9PM
Friday 5:30–10PM
Saturday 5:30–10PM
Sunday Closed

To Al Taglio, pizza is defined not by its heritage or tradition, but by its foundation and toppings. The restaurant offers gourmet and traditional Italian pizzas that have been perfected in a hectic and contemporary environment. Pizzas are topped with pureed pea, cream-like buffalo cheese, and smoked turkey; cannellini beans, tofu, cauliflower, pumpkin purée, black sesame; and slow-cooked lamb cinnamon rolls. Visit them for a slice of Italian potency in Surry Hills, since they are Sydney’s first pizzeria.

Key Differentiators:

  • Hearty vegan and vegetarian options
  • Gourmet Italian pizzas
  • First pizzeria in Sydney

Customer’s Review:

Good place, good pizza, friendly owner (explaining all the ingredients). Tried different pizzas, the special of the week was amazing, birramisu was a perfect dessert.

Shirley Ana

15) That’s Amore

Key Service24 pizza options
Address103 Ramsay St, Haberfield NSW 2045
Phone0432 021 322 / +61 02 8057 8675
Operating HoursMonday Closed
Tuesday 5:30–10PM
Wednesday 5:30–10PM
Thursday 5:30–10PM
Friday 5–10PM
Saturday 5–10PM
Sunday 12–3PM, 5:30–9:30PM

Running by self-described “crazy, amusing Italians,” That’s Amore serves up Naples-style pizzas with 24 options. Are you feeding a lot of people? To ensure that no one goes hungry, order its popular meter-long pies. We’d go for the Mortadella and Pistachio Pizza e Mortazza, or the Sofia Loren, which features porcini mushrooms, truffle, prosciutto crudo, bocconcini mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, ricotta cheese, and parmesan on top. 

Key Differentiators:

  • 24 pizza options
  • Meter-long pies
  • Serves Naples-style pizzas

Customer’s Review:

Wonderful Italian spot in Haberfield. The Salumi pizza and the Bloody Mary pasta were delicious! The pasta in particular was cooked well and certainly worth returning for. Friendly customer service to top it off!


16) Verace Pizzeria

Key ServiceOffers a variety of pizza toppings
Address7 Khartoum Rd, Macquarie Park
NSW 2113
Phone02 9888 2929
Operating HoursLunch: 7 days
11.30am – 2.30pm

Dinner: 7 Nights
5.00pm – Close

The proof is in the pizza, as the owner of Verace Pizzeria, Stefano Cirene, has assembled a world-class staff of chefs (and pizza acrobats) from Italy who add more trinkets to the trophy case every year. Their expanded menu includes specials with eggplant cream bases and/or black truffle stacks. The Margherita is the main attraction, but Verace also offers a superb potato pizza and a fine local favorite, prosciutto.

Key Differentiators:

  • World-class pizza acrobats from Italy
  • Offers a variety of pizza toppings
  • Expanded menu with specials

Customer’s Review:

A hidden pizza den! Fresh Dough and Ingredients it’s totally delicious Pizza! Nice for dine in but can get busy so take away is available. Verace Pizzeria is located close to the Macquarie Centre and Tucked away in between the Kennards Storage Centre. Staff are very friendly and Pizza is made fast and hot!


17) Dimitri’s Pizzeria

Key ServiceUnique pizza combinations
Address215 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, NSW 2010
Phone(02) 80684247
Operating HoursWednesday – Saturday / 5pm – Late

Dimitri’s is a one-of-a-kind pizza restaurant that enjoys experimenting with both traditional combinations and its own spin on the original dish. Here, you’ll discover something a little unusual and one-of-a-kind, such as The Bogan Rosa with marinated onion, rosemary, macadamia nuts, and Parmigiano-Reggiano. The Brussel Crowe, with wood-roasted brussels and onions, herbed ricotta, mozzarella, pancetta, and parmesan, is our top choice.

Key Differentiators:

  • Unique pizza combinations
  • One-of-a-kind pizza restaurant
  • Wood-roasted pizza

Customer’s Review:

I had the Greek pizza which was delicious. The base was nice and crispy, the cheese was stringy and plentiful. The staff were super friendly and welcoming! I’ll definitely be back to try some of their other pizzas.

Jordan Trae

18) Queen Margherita Of Savoy

Key ServiceServes authentic Neapolitan pizzeria
AddressShop 9
2 Surf Road
Phone+61 2 9527 4992
Operating HoursTuesday – Sunday | 5pm – 9pm

Queen Margherita of Savoy is one of the greatest pizza restaurants in all of Sydney, and it’s located only a short walk from Cronulla Beach. The genuine Neapolitan restaurant owned by Lee Carroll has three strict rules for customers in exchange for fantastic food: a single size only, no pineapple, and no half-half. SIt seems like a fair deal. The bases are meticulously hand-stretched then cooked in a wood-burning oven directly on stone, with a charred crust and base to accentuate its flavors as a chargrill would.

Key Differentiators:

  • Serves authentic Neapolitan pizzeria
  • Hand-stretched dough
  • Offers three vegan option pizzas

Customer’s Review:

Pizza is absolutely delicious, especially fresh and hot from the oven. The dough had an amazing texture, cheese and other ingredients were balanced in every way. Brings back memories from Napoli.

Hung T

19) La Bufala

Key ServiceUses Type 1 stone-ground flour
AddressShops 17 & 18, 19-33 Kent Rd,
Mascot Central, NSW 2020
Phone(02) 8319 4090
Operating HoursMon – Thurs: 12pm – 3pm & 5pm – 930pm
Fri: 12pm-3pm & 5pm – 1030pm
Sat: 12pm-1030pm
Sun: 12pm – 9:30pm

It might be difficult to determine which pizza to order from this reliable list of eateries. However, each has a distinct identity or style, making it unique. All in the process of making its pizza dough, which is naturally risen for 48 hours at Mascot’s La Bufala, it’s all about the method. The pizzeria uses Type 1 stone-ground flour, which retains the natural element of wheat husk and provides more fibre and digestion—something we can all agree on right now.

Key Differentiators:

  • Pizza dough naturally rises for 48 hours
  • Uses Type 1 stone-ground flour
  • Offers a variety of pizza toppings

Customer’s Review:

This would have to be our favourite Italian restaurant in Sydney and we are regular visitors to this restaurant. My wife loves the Spaghetti Gamberi and I love the Gnocchi Bolognese. The pizza’s are also delicious. Staff is always very welcoming and attentive and the restaurant is family-friendly.

Bradley W

20) Angry Tony’s

Key ServiceWoodfired and traditional-style pizza
Address671 Gardeners Road, Mascot
Phone02 9059 0234
Operating HoursMonday 4:00 pm 10:00 pm
Tuesday 4:00 pm 10:00 pm
Wednesday 4:00 pm 10:00 pm
Thursday 4:00 pm 10:00 pm
Friday 4:00 pm 11:00 pm
Saturday 4:00 pm 11:00 pm
Sunday 4:00 pm 11:00 pm

Great pizza does not have to be the same old thing. We’ve had some truly wonderful pizzas that the Napoli Pizza Association (yes, it’s a real organization) would pass over. The food at “Angry Tony’s” is exactly that: a sloppy, dirty pizza that goes great with every alcoholic night. They are, however, serious about quality here, and all ingredients are locally procured.

Key Differentiators:

  • Woodfired and traditional-style pizza
  • Locally procured ingredients
  • Great for alcoholic nights

Customer’s Review:

Good service and the pizza is just so so so so good. We had the gluten-free base for a friend with dietary requirements and it was so good, almost as good as their usual pizza base. The onion rings were tasty and crispy. The beer was cold and frothy.

Alyce Cannon

21) Frankie’s Pizza

Key ServicePizza has a chewy base
Address50 Hunter St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Operating HoursDaily 4PM–3:30AM

To be honest, Frankie’s is more about the drink than the pizza, but because late nights and pizza go together like beer and rock ‘n’ roll, it gets a spot on this list. Although these guys are known for adding ham, pineapple, or some other meat to their chewy base, you won’t win any traditionalists over since they do the same thing. You’ll love it once you get there because of one of the city’s most extensive whiskey selections.

Key Differentiators:

  • More focused on the drink than pizza
  • Pizza has a chewy base
  • Extensive whiskey selection

Customer’s Review:

Great environment and great music. Tasty pizza if you keep your expectations reasonable. Strongly recommend


22) Coogee Pavilion

Key ServiceMediterranean-influenced food
Address169 Dolphin Street Coogee, NSW, Australia 2034
Phone+61 2 9114 7321
Operating HoursDaily 7:30 AM – 12:00 AM

Enjoy the magnificent ocean view and get ready for a day at Coogee Pavilion in swimwear. Delectable beverages, delish food, and a stunning seaside are all attributes of this popular local hangout. The ground floor is ideal for families and informal meals. Its cuisine has been developed with a seafood dining undertone, from sashimi and freshly shucked oysters to family-friendly burgers, wood-fired pizzas, and kid’s meals.

Key Differentiators:

  • Mediterranean-influenced food
  • Wood-fired pizzas
  • Famous for Hell’s Bells pizza

Customer’s Review:

Great location right on Coogee beach. The food quality is good but a bit pricey. The menu hasn’t changed for a while but they have a good variety of fish, meat, pizza, salads and a nice kids menu including chicken schnitzel, fish n chips etc.


23) Matteo Double Bay

Key ServiceClassic pizza
Address29 Bay Street, Double Bay, NSW, 2028
Phone02 9327 8015
Operating Hours5pm – 10pm, Tuesday to Thursday
12pm – Midnight, Friday & Saturday
12pm – 10pm, Sunday

The city’s Matteo Downtown formerly had more pizza on its menu, but the CBD spin-off is now mostly known for its new mozzarella bar and Italian pastas. If you’re in the mood for a no-frills, classic pizza, the Double Bay original is your best bet. While it may not exceed your expectations like Westwood Pizza does with its hedonistic menu and unique flavors, it’s one of Sydney’s most dependable choices when it comes to the finest pizza restaurants.

Key Differentiators:

  • Focuses on mozzarella and Italian pasta
  • Classic pizza
  • Dependable pizza

Customer’s Review:

Came here with my girlfriends and we really loved the spicy vodka rigatoni and the margherita pizza. Of the drinks, my favourite was the Sweet Mateo cocktail. Would definitely visit again!


24) Via Napoli

Key ServicePopular for its Pizza Fritta
NSW 2066
Phone02 9428 3724
Operating HoursMON CLOSED
TUE – THU 5 PM – 10 PM
FRI – SAT 12 PM TO 10 PM

Via Napoli makes the finest pizza in Lane Cove, and Sydney’s pizza warriors have taken up a five-Metre Pizza Challenge. The competition is only postponed in the Hunters Hill location, but winning it will get you a free dinner. The restaurant is reminiscent of the glistening streets of Naples and serves authentic family recipes. Via Napoli, which features Pulcinella masks, hanging Parma prosciuttos, chillies, flasks, and complete Parmigiano wheels, is one of Sydney’s finest pizzerias.

Key Differentiators:

  • Reminiscent of flavors of Naples
  • Authentic family recipes
  • Popular for its Pizza Fritta

Customer’s Review:

Made a group booking for work here and the food and service was excellent! Everyone loved the food, it did not disappoint.

Denise Chen

25) Glorietta

Key ServiceGourmet pizza options
Address100 Mount Street, North Sydney, NSW 2060
Phone+61 9167 7499
Operating HoursMonday Closed
Tuesday 12–9PM
Wednesday 12–9PM
Thursday 12–9PM
Friday 12–9PM
Saturday 5–9PM
Sunday Closed

Glorietta, a popular neighborhood restaurant in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, offers more than a few old standards on the menu, but the exciting selections are the gourmet alternatives such as the Beesting with chilli honey, mozzarella, tomato, and N’duja inferno. Glorietta has grown to become the most popular pizza restaurant in North Sydney by being willing to try new things. Since debuting in 2020, it has dominated the market with consistency thanks to its willingness to experiment.

Key Differentiators:

  • Gourmet pizza options
  • Consistently good pizza
  • Willing to experiment with new flavors

Customer’s Review:

Ordered some takeaway pizza for a night in and it was maybe one of the best pizzas I’ve ever had in my life (their Gambero), and my boyfriend loved the Carbonara pizza. The staff was also so friendly and welcoming when I went to pick up the order! Looking forward to dining in person next time.


26) Mix Pizza Bar

Key ServiceDedication to 13-inch and 15-inch pizza perfection
AddressShop 2, 157 Oak Road, Kirrawee NSW 2232
Phone+612 9521 1822
Operating HoursTues – Thurs 16:30 to 21:00
Fri & Sat 11:00 to 22:00
Sun 11:00 – 21:00

Despite its obscurity, it’s impossible to dispute Mix Pizza Bar’s title as Sydney’s most underappreciated pizza place once you get past the kitchen’s dedication to 13-inch and 15-inch perfection. A lot of the most popular dishes at this restaurant are jam-packed with toppings, but the properly chewy base keeps everything together nicely. If you’re especially hungry, try the original: tomato sauce, onion, mushrooms, artichokes, eggplant, anchovies, olives, mozzarella cheese, etc.

Key Differentiators:

  • Dedication to 13-inch and 15-inch pizza perfection
  • Properly chewy pizza base
  • Original pizza is jam-packed with toppings

Customer’s Review:

I’m not a huge fan of anchovies but their pizza with them was really good! The base was also super thin and crispy which I loved. The pizza delivery Sydney service was great, would definitely order again.


27) D.O.C. Pizza

Key Service14 pizza options on the menu
Address78 Campbell Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Phone(03) 9347 2998
Operating HoursWednesday – Saturday (5 pm – 9 pm)

In 2020, renowned DOC Pizza opened an outlet in Surry Hills, its first outside of Melbourne, to grow its brand. The restaurant has 14 options on the menu, including DOC favorites such as the San Daniele and Porcini Mushroom – mozzarella and pecorino pizza. The restaurant has two special deals written in white chalk on its blackboard: vegetarian and meat-based. All of DOC’s pizzas are topped with excessive Italian ingredients like San Daniele Prosciutto, Campania mozzarella, and San Mazarno tomatoes.

Key Differentiators:

  • Renowned pizza place
  • 14 pizza options on the menu
  • Excessive Italian ingredients

Customer’s Review:

Great food and great service. The pizzas we had were excellent and the goat’s cheese Tiramisu was beautiful! Looking forward to going back very soon to try the lasagna and some different pizzas! Grazie D.O.C. team!


28) Happy As Larry

Key ServiceReasonably-priced pizza
Phone0418 416 464
Operating HoursMONDAY – FRIDAY 7-4PM

The CBD location of Happy As Larry, the famed Sydney food truck from which the restaurant takes its name, is also home to some legendary slices. Anthony Severino (head pizzaiolo) spent over a year in Italy researching the craft of traditional pizza making before opening the store, and his pizzas pay homage to the Neapolitan classic while being significantly lighter and crisper than those prepared with dough imported from Naples. 

Key Differentiators:

  • Reasonably-priced pizza
  • Pizzas are lighter and crisper
  • Amazing customer service

Customer’s Review:

Visited Malabar beach to find Happy as Larry at the beach park. We have had pizza from their truck at Bella Vista and outside the Opera house on previous occasions and they always have delivered the goods. Great pizzas, some music to add some atmosphere and good value. Well done to the team. Very good.

Brendan Millett

29) Mario Brothers

Key ServiceFresh ingredients
Address314 Pacific Hwy, Crows Nest
Phone(02) 9966 5551
Operating HoursMonday 5 PM – 10 PM
Tuesday 5 PM – 10 PM
Wednesday 5 PM – 10 PM
Thursday 5 PM – 10 PM
Friday 5 PM – 11 PM
Saturday 5 PM – 11 PM

It’s a pleasant, rustic, family-friendly location with a rather standard menu of classic pizzas and Italian toppings. The secret to its distinctiveness is an unrivaled level of consistency, which is bolstered by exceptional service and quality that extends beyond the pizzas, with the Tortellini Milano being a game-changer. Mario Brothers is clearly Sydney’s best pizza restaurant, offering everything from fresh ingredients to friendly service and great value for money. Everything on the menu is delicious, and it’s all reasonably priced, making Mario Brothers ideal for people who want perfection every time.

Key Differentiators:

  • Unrivaled level of consistency
  • Exceptional service and quality
  • Fresh ingredients
  • Friendly service

Customer’s Review:

I have been to Mario Brothers a few times now and every time the pizza has been great. The staff are always friendly and accommodating, and the pizza is always fresh and tasty. I would highly recommend this place to anyone looking for a great pizza in Sydney. Thanks, Mario Brothers!

Maddy D

30) Gigi’s Pizzeria

Key ServiceHand-stretched dough
Address379 King Street, Newtown NSW 2042
Phone9557 2224
Operating HoursMonday:
5:00 PM – 9:30 PM
5:00 PM – 9:30 PM
5:00 PM – 9:30 PM
5:00 PM – 9:30 PM
5:00 PM – 9:30 PM
12:00 PM – 9:30 PM
12:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Gigi’s Balmain is a colorful piece of Naples’ culinary scene. One of Sydney’s few pizzerias that is a member of the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana (AVPN), which follows its strict standards: hand-stretched dough, traditionally topped, and wood-fired pizza, Napoli style. Pizzas are creatively topped with roast potatoes and truffle paste now that the menu has been completely redesigned; a pulpy-crusted calzone with pumpkin; and a strikingly umami-strewn pizza with barred asparagus and yellow tomatoes, all of which are plant-based.

Key Differentiators:

  • One of the only pizza places in Sydney that is a member of AVPN
  • Strict standards for pizza making
  • Hand-stretched dough

Customer’s Review:

Amazing food and drinks, we really enjoyed our night out. Pizza is really light, the ingredients are fresh and super tasty. Make sure to try the schiacciata, it’s something that only few restaurants make.


Pizza Delivery Sydney

Pizza is a classic dish that everyone seems to love. Whether you’re looking for a pizza delivery Sydney for a casual night in or you want to celebrate an event with some friends, these pizza places are sure to satisfy your cravings. From traditional pizza places to more unique options, there’s something for everyone on this list. So, what are you waiting for? Order a pizza today!

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