Day in and day out, there is a question that plagues our mind when we’re at work or uni or just walking through the CBD. It goes something along the lines of what should I get for lunch?
There are a lot of factors to take into consideration, from sizing, to pricing, to speed and we caught sight of your next go-to lunch deal and it’s an authentic Brooklyn Pizza joint!
Slice of Brooklyn are known for their fast fired, custom made, thin crust pizza. Their New Yorkapolitan style pizza’s are fast baked in a 400 degree oven in 2.5 minutes. The toppings are all premium produce, from chargrilled eggplant to Italian salami, as owner Ned would say, if it ain’t fresh, FUHGEDDABOUTIT!
Formerly available at 12 inches, the Slice of Brooklyn pizzas are made to be shared. While there’s nothing wrong with more pizza, it can be cumbersome if you’re heading back to work, so at times it’s preferable to go smaller.
Well, Slice of Brooklyn have heard you and have introduced a 9 inch alternative for the lunch crowd!
With deals starting at $8.50 for a margherita and $9.90 for three topping alternatives you’re getting amazing value for price.
Their menu has also changed with a host of sides added to the mix. Homemade cookies (chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin or organic honey cookies), side salads and rice pudding, alongside a drink can be added to any pizza for just $4.
While you’re there, grab a loyalty card because every six pizzas that you buy at Slice of Brooklyn, the seventh is FREE. Their meal deals don’t stop there so check out their new menu for all the dine in, takeaway or delivery deals by clicking here.
Where: 4-5/ 82 King William Street, Adelaide
Lunch Hours: Monday – Friday 11:30am – 2:30pm
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