The 15 Best Pizza Restaurants In Perth

Perth has an abundance of pizza restaurants. In fact, it’s one of the best cities in Australia to grab a slice of delicious of thin and crispy or deep-pan. 

Whilst Perth might be a long way from the birthplace of pizza, you don’t have to travel far in the city to sample delicious and authentic pizza dishes.

From artisan chefs who devote themselves to learning the craft, to generations of Italian families who run local neighbourhood pizzerias, and even local foodies who have created a unique spin on the Italian dish – Perth has it all.

Perfectly cooked pizza sliced ready to eat

Whilst there are hundreds of eateries to choose from, the choice can be overwhelming. We’ve researched and taste-tested dozens of pizzerias, to discover the 15 spots in Perth to get the perfect slice of pizza. 

So, we think we’ve got you covered. Read on, try the pizzas, and get in touch if you agree or disagree.

The Best Pizza Restaurants in Perth 

Pappagallo

Location: 250 Oxford St, Leederville, WA 6007 Ph: (08) 9444 0889

First on our list of the best 15 pizza restaurants in Perth, is Pappagallo.

If you’re looking for a taste of Italy, Pappagallo is the place to go. They import all of their ingredients from Italy, so you can appreciate the authentic flavors.

From the flour that is imported from Italy, to the Sanz Maranzo tomato, you’ll get a pop of Italy in every bite. Even the parma ham has been imported and tastes authentically delicious. Pappagallo is the pizzeria for you if you’re looking for authenticity. 

Monsterella

Location: 46 Grantham St, Wembley, WA 6014 Ph: (08) 9287 2949

Next on our list of the best pizzerias in Perth, is Monsterella. 

This is a family-owned restaurant and is a big hit with the locals. In fact, you’re definitely going to want to book in advance. Monsterella is always busy, so to guarantee yourself a table, you should give them a call.

It’s probably due to the fact that the dough is naturally risen for 48-hours, creating the most delicious pizza base. Chewy, light, and thin – they serve dynamite pizzas. 

Rossonero Trattoria

Location: 18 Lyric Ln, Maylands, WA 6051

For traditional wood-fired pizzas, our next suggestion is Rossonero. 

Now, this pizza joint used to be a former garage. While you can no longer get your oil changed here, you can certainly get one of the best pizzas in Perth.

They serve mouthwatering wood-fired pizzas, that have been baked to perfection. The result is a light and thin pizza that you thought could only exist in your dreams. 

If you’re dining with vegans, they will feel right at home. They serve vegan pizzas, with vegan cheese, so no one is left out. 

With a true Italian flair, they also have an espresso bar out front, so you can get a taste of little Italy. 

Bytes Pizza Pockets

Location: Unit 3/104-108 Erindale Rd, Balcatta, WA 6021 Ph: (08) 6219 6009

Bytes is not a Pizza restaurant as such, more a quick-serve pizza bar.

We’ve put Bytes on this list because of their interesting twist on the traditional pizza – the pizza pocket – and this is the pizza bar’s signature offering.

The pockets are made with the same dough as the pizza bases, baked to perfection then filled with a variety of mouth-watering fillings that are all sliced, diced, chopped, marinated and cooked fresh in store everyday.

The pizza bases are consistently light and airy, with the dough fermented under strict temperature controls before being hand stretched and baked. The gluten-free option is handmade in store and is excellent.

Editor’s Note: We been have informed that Bytes are currently closed. We will let you know when we know more.

Si Paradiso

Location: 1/446 Beaufort St, Highgate, WA 6003

Next on our list of the best 15 pizza restaurants in Perth, is Si Paradiso

If you’re looking for a pizza restaurant with a twist, then pop down to Si Paradiso. They have a wonderful menu, with exquisite Italian selections.

Their pizzas are Neapolitan-style, which means that you’re going to be chewing on a delicious, fluffy pizza. If you’re a big fan of seafood, then you’ll love their whole menu. They serve tuna tartar cannoli, which is to die for. 

Canteen Pizza

Location: 110 Marine Parade, Cottesloe, WA 6011

If you’re looking for pizza with ocean views then you must consider, Canteen. 

Canteen is a pizza joint, with a big difference. That big difference? It’s a beachfront restaurant, with stunning views. Of course, you could be traditional and have some fish and chips at the beach, or – you could try something new, exciting, and straight-up delicious.

Canteen serves Neapolitan-style pizza, and they have an excellent wine list. If you’re going to enjoy a bottle of wine, it should be while gazing out at the ocean, and enjoying a gentle sea breeze.

Canteen’s slogan of “Pizza, wine and a real good time”, is apt. They serve authentic Italian pizzas that delight, a must-try is the fior di latte. With beautiful views of the seaside and amazing pizza, they won’t let you down. 

Mozzico

Location: 290B Cambridge St, Wembley, WA 6014 Ph: 0423 604 025

For pizza by the slice, there’s always Mozzico. 

Mozzico is the place to go if you’re looking for a quick lunch, or you’re looking for a quirky date spot. That’s because they serve Roman-style pizza by the slice, giving the pizza joint a retro feel.

If you’re hungry, and getting a couple of slices is your nightmare, don’t fret. You can also order pizza by the quarter tray, or half tray – so there’s more than enough to go around. 

Santini Bar & Grill

Location: Level 1/133 Murray St, Perth, WA 6000 Ph: (08) 9225 8000

Santini concentrates on perfecting the simplicity of pizza. You will not find the exhaustive options of a lengthy menu here, and little chance of experiencing the anxiety of too much choice.

So, if you find it hard to make decisions, Santini might have just made it easier for you. They only offer four options: two rosso and two bianche. That’s because the pizzas are crafted to perfection, and the recipes are developed to an impeccable level.

Currently, you can try pizzas such as nduja and caramelised onion, or pork sausage, potato, chilli, lemon, and parsley pizza. Whether you love having options, or a smaller menu gives you a relief — you’ll be amazed at the quality of pizza at Santini. 

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Eugene’s Pizzeria

Location: 133 George St, East Fremantle, WA 6158 Ph: (08) 6111 7682

We’re actually off to beautiful Fremantle as we look at the best 15 pizza restaurants in Perth. The reason is Eugene’s Pizzeria. 

This is a wonderful little neighborhood pizzeria. They do not believe that pizza should be pretentious, so they prefer a casual and fun dining environment, with tasty and delicious food.

Their dough is fermented for 72 hours, and the pizzas are made with local ingredients. What’s more, it’s the perfect pizza restaurant to dine in with your family and your friends.

The service is friendly, and the waiters are really helpful in helping you make your selection. Sometimes, you want to enjoy delicious food in a calm, relaxing environment.

They’re teaching restaurants that you don’t have to be fancy to serve quality food – you can simply relax, and enjoy your meal. 

The 15 Best Pizza Restaurants In Perth

Dank Pizza

Location: 11/28 Rudioc Rd, Morley, WA 6062 Ph: 0413 336 969

Next on our list of the best 15 pizza restaurants in Perth, is Dank Pizza.

If you’ve ever wanted to eat fresh, quality pizza for breakfast (as opposed to last nights microwaved leftovers), Dank Pizza is the place to go. It’s a pizza pop-up, that serves amazing pizza, which opens early in the morning, so you can start the weekend off the right way.

They have a range of unusual flavors, including the celebrated cheese, Vegemite, and sesame pizza. If you’re looking for a quirky place to eat, pop on down to Dank Pizza. 

Neighborhood Pizza 

Location: 7 Anvil Ln, Mount Hawthorn, WA 6016 Ph: 0419 507 432

If you want an American take on this traditional Italian dish, then consider Neighborhood Pizza. Some argue that the US (New York, in particular) is the true birthplace of modern pizza.

Neighborhood Pizza transformed what was once a warehouse, into a fantastic pizza joint. These guys took a step back from traditional pizza, and are influenced by New York, Canadian and Australian pizza.

If you like authentic pizza, maybe give this one a miss, but if you want to try some innovative pizza, you need to try Neighborhood Pizza. They have a pizza with toppings that include sweet potato, potato, maple syrup, and rosemary.

While it definitely breaks tradition, it’s immensely delicious and gets a thumbs up from us. 

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Amico Cafe

Location: Shop 2/4 Sanderling St, Stirling, WA 6021 Ph: (08) 9344 8881

Continuing on with our list of the best 15 pizza restaurants in Perth, we have Amico Cafe.

Amico Cafe is a family-run restaurant. They serve wood-fired pizzas, that are perfectly charred and taste absolutely delicious. Amico Cafe serves anything from Hawaiian to bufala pizza.

Whether you prefer traditional pizzas, or if you’re looking for a modern twist, Amico Cafe will surely have it on its menu. They have great customer service, with staff being both warm and inviting.

The quality of the pizza is consistently excellent, and it’s a risk-free restaurant to visit with family and friends. 

Marco’s Organic Pizza 

Location: 17A Wanneroo Rd, Joondanna, WA 6060 Ph: (08) 9242 1933

An established multi-generational pizza eatery is Marco’s Organic Pizza.

This pizza restaurant is for health-conscious individuals and pizza lovers alike. They’ve been in business since 1976, so they’ve served Perth for generations.

Marco’s Organic Pizza is a favorite of their loyal customers, and tourists, everyone is blown away by how good organic pizza can taste. The philosophy of Marco’s Organic Pizza is to provide food that is focused on sustainability and health.

They have organic sourdough bases, which tastes out of this world. While it is healthier than most pizza joints, you can’t tell by the taste, the quality of the pizza is fantastic and the flavor is incredible 

Ciao Italia 

Location: 273 Mill Point Rd, South Perth, WA 6151 Ph: (08) 9368 5500

Also at 17a/1-7 Marshall Rd, Myaree, WA 6154 Ph: (08) 6460 6189

A longstanding Perth favourite, Ciao Italia, had to make our list.

Ciao Italia has been open since 1999, serving Perth for over 20 years. It’s an incredibly popular restaurant because as soon as you walk into the doors, you feel like you’ve been transported to Italy.

It has gorgeous, tantalizing Italian music, filling the restaurant with beautiful melodies. You’ll just find waiters who truly care about you and your requests, and want to give you an authentic taste of Italy.

The inside of Ciao Italia looks like it’s been designed by a beloved nonna, and it looks beautiful. The pizza here is insane and is probably as authentic as you can get. We totally recommend booking a reservation in Ciao Italia, you won’t regret it. 

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SIMPLE Italian Cucina Pizzeria 

Location: 413 Murray St, Perth, WA 6000 Ph: (08) 9481 7999

Next is a newcomer to the Perth pizza scene, Simple Italian Cucina Pizzeria.

This is another authentic Italian restaurant. It’s family-owned and managed by the Millioncino family, who moved to Perth from Italy in 2021. Whilst not being around as long as the other Italian restaurants on this list, it’s definitely shot onto the Perth scene with a bang.

If you want to try authentic Italian pizza, you need to try this pizzeria. They also serve other classic Italian meals, including meat, fish, and pasta dishes. They have top-notch service, and the restaurant is beautifully decorated. 

Traditional pizza being removed from pizza oven

Delisio 

Location: 175 Rokeby Rd, Subiaco, WA 6008 Ph: (08) 9381 7796

Another excellent Perth pizzeria is Delisio in Subiaco.

Delisio serves authentic gourmet Italian pizzas, that make you feel like you’re dining right in Rome. The head chef is the fantastic Raffaele Brotzu, who uses local ingredients to create his Italian masterpieces.

If you want pizza to go, you can grab a couple of slices al tagilo – which means in rectangular slices. Somehow, pizza just tastes better when it’s in a rectangle!

If you want to dine in, you can of course get a classic round pizza, and eat peacefully in their lovely restaurant. You can bet that Delisio will be one of your new favourite pizza joints, with great quality food and fantastic service. 

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Old Lira 

Location: 80 Old Perth Rd, Bassendean, WA 6054 Ph: 0416 649 327

Last, but not least, on our list of the best pizza restaurants in Perth, is Old Lira

If you appreciate food that is built on minimalism, to highlight the natural flavors, then you’ll love Old Lira. Their pizza bases are made from sourdough, every piece is hand-stretched.

They only use fresh, local ingredients to ensure the highest quality. If you pop into Old Lira, you’ll find an amazing range of pizza.

They offer a pizza topped with sage roasted pumpkin, ricotta, red onion, rocket, mozzarella, blue cheese, and walnuts — which makes to be a pretty insanely tasty pizza.

They also offer more staple pizzas, topped with roasted mushrooms, truffle oil, kale, ricotta thyme, mozzarella, and garlic sauce. Whatever pizza you end up choosing, you can guarantee that it will be one of the tastiest and freshest pizzas around. 

Summary

We’ve researched and tested dozens of different pizzerias in Perth to discover what we consider to the very best.

Whilst some restaurants on our list have been around for generations, others are relative newcomers to the Perth food scene. What they all do have in common, is that they’ve been taste-tested by an Eatability reviewer.

We’ve deliberatedly chosen to showcase a mixture of both the traditional Italian neighbourhood pizzeria and also more contemporary establishments, some of which offer a particular modern take on what is essentially simple peasant, unfussy food, little changed in centuries.

Good luck, choose wisely and enjoy.

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