Oh Chun Chow, you are gonna love me so much for this.
Just 30 minutes walk away from the doorstep of my house, just 10 minutes walk away from the School of Civil and Mechanical Engineering in UWA, in the sub-urb of Nedlands, not too far from Matilda Bay, there is this really really cool place serving pizzas that would kick Domino's or Pizza Hut's asses, called Broadway Pizza. My first pizza experience in Perth was from Broadway, and I have kept my preference to Broadway ever since.
The place provide delivery services of course with additional surcharge, but heck, people as poor and miserable as me would not mind walking all the way in the dark and cold winter nights just to get what is necessary to quench the ever-lasting mid-night hunger. Broadway is the only one and unique place in my sub-urb area that opens till late, 2am on weekdays and 1am on Sundays. Since my stomach only would start to torture me for food after midnight, and all the nearby food places are already closed by then, with my very limited stock of junk food at home, Broadway is the way to go.
And... Broadway Special..
When I first tested the Broadway Pizzas, I could not believe how different and significantly better they taste in comparison than the pizzas made in Malaysia, well, typically from Pizza Hut. No, it is not the generous amount of cheese, also not the more and extra chunky toppings on the pizzas. After reviewing the menu where it tells the ingredients used for the toppings for separate flavours, something stood out prominently. Something missing from all the pizzas served in Malaysia...
Yeah, you figured that right, pork. No offense for Muslims, as for whatever religious reasons out there, whatever right and wrong there may be, and whatever sins anyone could ever proclaim, pork just tastes so blardy good and they just go so perfectly well with the pizzas. So those of you who think Pig is evil and you will go straight down to hell if you so ever touch their pinkish skin, there is always the other option: Vegetarian.
On the whole, the pizzas are usually very well and quickly prepared, with the right thickness of the crusts and appropriate combinations of toppings with the matching sauces and huge amount of Cheese. I would not say that the pizzas are authentic like those you would find in Italian restaurants, though pretty much westernized and perhaps adjusted to suit the local preferences, I tell you their pizzas are one of its kind and truly wonderful. Sometimes the pizzas may be over-ly oily and seems unhealthy to my liking, but screw that, I only have one life to live, and to be able to enjoy Broadway Pizza is truly something I should be thankful for.
So Chun Chow, you hungry already?? Muahahhahahahaha
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