Ooopsss… Wrong labels on the photos ;p Should be “Angaston” not “Pensfolds” ;p Besides, I spelled it wrongly too hahah… Should be “Penfolds”.
Anyway, let’s continue our journey.
Before continuing our journey to taste more wine, we had to fill our stomach. Off we went to Angaston just for the best pizza in Australia! WOW! Can’t wait!
Not sure what’s this building. Should be a winery since this is a wine producing region.
So… Here we go… It’s quite a long drive though. We just followed our friend’s car. He knew the way, he went there before. He told us it’s the best pizza in town but he was wrong. You’ll know why later.
Love the views along the way, it’s autumn, leaves are turning orange, such amazing shades.
We are here, the cosy town where the best pizza restaurant is located. Who would expect it?
All these while we were told it’s the best in the town but apparently my friend was wrong! It’s the best in Australia and has been winning years after years of various F&B awards. The owner is 2009 best pizza maker in Australia!
It was packed! We had to wait but luckily it’s not a long wait for a table for 7.
While waiting for our food, we saw these on our table. Ice cream! So pretty! Didn’t try it though.
Here’s what we had:
Left: I think this should be large Caesar salad. There’s cos lettuce, bacon, croutons, pecorino cheese, pureed anchovies in egg mayonnaise ($15.90), not enough for 7 of us to share *lol*. Anyway, don’t have to worry because have 3 pizzas coming our way.
Right: Small Smokey Pizza (9-inch, $24). You’ll get tomato sauce, cheese, mettwurst, lachsschinken, shallots, schulz butcherâ€Ÿs mallee gum smoked pork belly & smoked chicken on it.
Left: Best of the best S.A. Seafood (9-inch, $25). There’s tomato sauce, fresh char grilled squid, scallops, prawns & king fish with oregano & dill accompanied by mussels in coriander, chilli, lime juice & fish sauce, garnished with shavings of pecorino cheese. OMG!! Heavenly! Generous toppings. Loaded and there’s no way you can eat with just your fingers. Worth every single cents! Beware of the chillies though, I ate two tiny pieces, it’s extremely spicy! Seriously spicy, even us Malaysians got our tongues numbed by it.
Right: Damon’s Vindaloo Extreme (9-inch, $23). Tomato sauce, mushroom, capsicum, ‘Damon’s very spicy beef vindaloo’, topped with yoghurt & baby spinach on the pizza. This is very spicy too, it’s not toned down for the Aussies. It’s real deal spicy! Those of us who didn’t eat the chilli on the seafood pizza were overwhelmed by its spiciness but for us who accidentally ate the chilli, we felt nothing ;p not spicy at all.
All in all, the pizzas were awesome!!