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Lobster Pizza is a permanent dish at this Marryatville pizza bar

Missed the 400 Gradi lobster pizza? You’re in luck. Marryatville Pizza Bar has a specialty lobster tail pizza that has a permanent fixture on the menu.

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Calling all Lobster lovers and pizza aficionados: the ultimate lobster pizza has a permanent spot at the Antico Forno restaurant and their Marryatville Pizza Bar! 

If you missed the 400 Gradi lobster pizza, do not despair; Marryatville Pizza Bar’s Aragosta pizza has been a staple dish on the menu since 2006.

The ‘delicate and sweet’ flavouring combined ‘with a contrasting salty’ zest and mild spice creates a tantalizing slice of bliss.

Chow down on the wine-marinated lobster tails, with anchovies, fresh chilli, parsley, a classic, rich Napolitana sauce and a dash of cream. The 12” pizza is truly a feast for all your senses. 

A recipe crafted by Frank Cutri was born in a time before social media, when pamphlets were distributed letterbox by letterbox.

‘We eat with our eyes’, said Frank, which made it important for the Aragosta pizza to stand out on the delivery pamphlets.

Having already experimented with lobster pasta at home, the transition of it to a pizza was born on a wave of foodie creativity to entice customers with a blend of new flavours.

Not a lover of lobster? Not a problem. Marryatville Pizza Pan has two other specialty seafood pizzas for you to chow down on a Chorizo & Prawn and Mare E Monti.

Tantalise your taste buds with a spicy mix of prawns, chorizo, fresh chilli and buffalo mozzarella with the Chorizo & Prawn pizza or indulge in a slice with a twist – with the Mare E Monti combining prawns, wild mushrooms and fresh chilli on its soft base without the addition of a classic Napolitana sauce. 

First established in 1981, Marryatville Pizza Bar celebrates 40 years this year.

Frank said the current capacity restrictions have made it seem impossible to share this milestone with the “large database of customers who have become our friends and family over the last 40 years”.

Cooking up a doable celebratory evening has become slightly grim, but Frank’s ideal night of “unlimited prosecco and wood oven pizza” holds some promise with the capacity restrictions slowly easing.

Only 5 minutes from Adelaide CBD, the family-owned and operated restaurant takes pride in maintaining high standards and traditional values.

As a third-generation family business, the restaurant exudes warmth and comfort.

Pop Marryatville Pizza Pan to your list of places to eat, indulge in slices of Lobster pizza and leave the venue (or our couch) totally satisfied.

Marryatville Pizza Pan can be found at 252 Kensington Road, Leabrook.

You can find their Facebook here and their website here.

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