Anyplace called “pizza world” is bound to grab a foodie’s attention. When Shawn and I decided to give AJ’s Pizza World a go, we walked up to the front door, and were met by the typically small-sized pizza takeaway shop: everything jam packed into a tiny space, a couple of seats, a few magazines from 1987, and buzzing soft drink fridges on either side of us. Not sure I’d classify it as a “world” – but who are am I to judge, right?
The older gentleman who served us was super nice & greeted us very warmly.
Shawn had his standard, a Large Capricciosa ($13.50 pickup) covered in tomato, cheese, ham, mushrooms, olives, parsley and oregano. Let’s not forget to mention they dribbled a few spot of extra tomato sauce on top, by my hubby’s request – which made him a very happy camper!
I had a Medium Sicilian ($9.50 pickup) with tomato, mozzarella, fresh slices of tomato, olives and parmesan. Very nice crust I must admit, the toppings were good – overall a decent pizza for the price.
We’ve had takeaway from AJ’s a few times now – and they’re pretty good and pretty consistent. A classic Aussie pizza shop, worth supporting if you’re a local, so give ’em a go!