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When you’re jonesing for some quality pizza in Sydney, Gourmet Pizza Kitchen in Chatswood is a solid choice. The family-friendly restaurant, accommodating for big groups with a lively atmosphere, features wood-fired pies, stellar salads, salivating desserts and more.
I had a filling dinner there recently (I arrived as soon as the restaurant opened), the restaurant’s three-course meal for two ($29.50 AUD each), which was really four courses since the “twist” portion isn’t counted but is very filling. Each meal comes with drinks (you can get beer or wine, too) and choice of twists, a salad, a pizza and a dessert. It was a huge meal, and an affinity for pizza dough is a plus, since many of the offerings feature it.
For starters, there was the Sweet Chilli Twists (normally $7.90), dough brushed with a sweet chili glaze and served with sour cream. I loved the sweet and spicy combo, with cooling cream that made every bite delectable.
The next course was a Rocket and Parmesan Salad (normally $12.90), with a heaping pile of parmesan, sun dried tomatoes, roasted pine nuts and balsamic dressing. The portion was plentiful, and I loved the restaurant didn’t skimp on all the goodies covering the greens.
The Martinique Pizza (normally $21.50, 26 centimeters, about 10 inches) was a fantastic vegetarian choice. It came with sun dried tomatoes, feta cheese, olives, basil pesto, arugula and roasted pine nuts. I loved the consistency of the dough — it was soft and chewy and not at all burnt. The toppings and cheese were again very generous, and with eight pieces for two to share, there will be plenty to take home if you order the same multi-course meal.
Last was one of my favorite parts, the dessert. If you aren’t sick of carbs by now, the Apple and Cinnamon Sticks (normally $12.90) are really tasty. Like a rolled-up apple pie, the dough was filled with apple and cream and topped with cinnamon and sugar, accompanied by melt-in-your-mouth vanilla ice cream and fresh whipped cream. I loved every bite and would come back to Gourmet Pizza Kitchen for this dessert alone.
For the abundance of food you get, the deal is a steal for only a little over $20 USD per person — and that includes alcohol! I’d recommend Gourmet Pizza Kitchen whenever you want a filling meal with fresh ingredients and flavors that will leave your taste buds happy.
To learn more about Gourmet Pizza Kitchen, head here.