Are you a pizza lover? Then you are in the right place. Pizza Boccone serves you a lot of foods. Food is an essential thing for mankind. But the food culture is different by geo area, religion, cast & community. Thanks to our multicultural society you’ll find almost any sort of food that you simply fancy in Australia. Migrants from everywhere the planet have immigrated to Australia and brought their culinary traditions with them. Australia has an abundance of fresh foods all year round. Eating out may be a popular pastime in Australia and that we have an enormous choice of fabulous restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars in our cities and towns. additionally to speciality restaurants during a sort of cuisines like Chinese, Thai, Japanese, French, African, Greek, Turkish, Italian, Mexican (the list goes on) many Australian chefs are renowned worldwide for ‘fusion’ cuisine which brings together European cooking styles with Asian flavours. Does Australia have its own cuisine? The primitive peoples of Australia, have for thousands and thousands of years hunted and gathered their food within the Australian bush. This food is known as ‘Bush tucker’ and remains eaten today by Aboriginal peoples in remote areas of Australia. Bush tucker contains kangaroo, emu, crocodile, witchetty grubs, Quandong, bush tomato, yams and macadamia nuts. Some of these native foods are contemporary cuisines and you’ll occasionally find these ingredients on the menu of restaurants and cafés in Australian cities. Iconic Australian foods: You are likely to return across these iconic Australian foods once you progress to Australia: Vegemite – sadly not an Australian owned company anymore, this thick dark brown yeast spread could also be an excellent source of B-complex vitamin and is adored by many Australians. It is taken by the childrens for breakfast, lunch and tea’ according to the ‘Happy Little Vegemites’ jingle of 1954. Chiko roll – these spring roll like deep fried snacks are often found in convenience stores and fish & chip shops across Australia Tim Tams – made by Arnotts the Tim Tam is probably Australia’s favourite chocolate biscuit, it’s impossible to possess just one! Lamingtons – is made in Australia they’re essentially squares of sponge which are dipped in chocolate and coconut. ANZAC biscuits – crunchy cookies made up of oatmeal , treacle and desiccated coconut named after the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. Pavlova – An Aussie BBQ for a couple of isn’t complete without a Pavlova for dessert. Although the origins of the Pavlova are unclear Australians wish to say it as their own. Weetbix – yis a wheat biscuits eaten for breakfast which are endorsed by the Australian Cricket Team (Cricket being Australia’s national sport). Meat pies & sausage rolls – is an Aussie staple sold at football matches and bakeries across the state. Damper – somehow you will hear of this traditional bread but it’s rarely eaten by most Aussies. Fish & Chips – a popular food to eat the beach.

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Pizza Boccone
a celebration of genuine Italian Pizza, Pasta, Beer, Cocktails, Wine, Drinks.



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Our crust is delicately crispy with just the right amount of chew. We nurture our dough for three days, letting it rise to perfection. Our flour is the finest import from Italy. Our mozzarella is creamy and our ingredients as fresh as can be. Each of our handmade pizzas is a flawless labour of love made to the highest standard


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