Tags: italian, take away, outside area, smoking area, pizza, wheelchair access, gluten-free
For many years now, Arthur's Pizza has made a popular name in the food industry and has shown no stopping in making a name for itself.
Arthur's Pizza was founded in Charing Cross in 1970 as a small and typical pizza establishment in the area. What makes the name remarkable within the area is its revolutionary pizza recipes that expanded Sydneysiders' options with their alternative ingredients. In the past, pizzas were only served with cheese, tomatoes, and olives but Arthur's Pizza provided a different taste by including mushroom, pepperoni, seafood, and other unique toppings that make pizza tastier.
The popularity of Arthur's Pizza resulted to its expansion in 1974 by establishing its Oxford St. Paddington branch. Randwick's branch established in 1989 is also a result of its expansion and becoming a larger food hub in the area. Even with its expansion, Arthur's Pizza has continued to keep their tradition of providing exceptional pizzas that this side of Australia loves.
Arthur's Pizza has been a pioneer name when it comes to giving pizza a different taste but it's also a pioneer when it comes to using conveyor belt oven in pizza making. This way of making pizza made Arthur's Pizza to have more consistent taste and quality that gives the name to the brand.
Arthur's Pizza is definitely something worth to try for every Sydneysider who want to experience fine Italian pizzas at comfortable restaurant ambiance. Be sure to check our website for menus or call our contact numbers for inquiries about our services.
Generations of pizza lovers across the eastern suburbs continue to support Arthur's Pizza wherever it pops up, and for good reason too. Since opening his first Arthur's pizzeria in Charing Cross in 1970, founder Arthur Premetis has seen his baby grow into four popular outlets in Bondi Junction, Paddington, Maroubra and Randwick. It's a combination of quality ingredients and friendly customer service that keeps this Sydney icon alive and kicking. The traditional Italian pizzas cover everything from napoletana to seafood to "potzola" (potato and gorgonzola), and of course, you can get a good pasta, salad, garlic bread and Italian gelato to boot.