Slice Girls West Pizza Review

Slice Girls Pizza

Today is payday and I’ve managed my finances well enough this month to treat myself to Uber Eats for breakfast at work. Today when looking for somewhere new to try, I saw that Slice Girls West is open early in the mornings, it’s not often that I get pizza for breakfast that isn’t leftovers. So Jack and I ordered it.

The fact that the restaurant has a fun “Spice Girls” theme to its business name, as well as most of its flavours, did make browsing the menu a fun experience. This includes Baby Slice Pizza, Zig A Zig Ah, Posh Slice Pizza, Scary Slice Pizza and a few others. Though, it did force us to click into quite a few of the pizzas to see what they are, as we couldn’t really tell if they’d be the kinds we would want. It is also confusingly didn’t have a flavour for Ginger Spice or Sporty Spice and some of the other flavours don’t seem to have a strong connection to the Spice Girls at all.

The food actually took quite a long time to arrive and was cold when it got here. We later realised it came all the way from Footscray, so I guess that’d be why. I ate mine cold, but Jack had to heat his up. The pizzas were also perhaps a little smaller than we had hoped but are enough to fill us up. We often try and order something that will allow for leftovers.

Hot Diggity Dog Pizza

I ordered Hot Diggity Dog Pizza because it seemed like an unusual combination of flavours that I don’t often have. I’m not even sure if I’ve had a pizza with mustard on it before. So basically this pizza is clearly hotdog inspired and definitely tastes a bit like eating a spicy gourmet hotdog, where the pizza base does seem to taste a bit like a hotdog bun, with the spring onion being a natural hotdog ingredient and of course the mustard and cheese as well. I’m not into ketchup, so the barbeque sauce is a good fit for me here. The pineapple seems like an odd choice, but it doesn’t seem to negatively impact the flavour in any way. My only real negative thing I can say about this is that some of the dough was a little burnt on one side of the pizza, but overall it was quite good!

Viva Forever Pizza

I ordered the Viva Forever pizza which is a simple pizza with only mozzarella cheese, cherry tomatoes, napoli, and basil.  Upon first glance, I thought the pizza was very small which was surprising considering the cost of $20.50. However, my criticisms were quickly squashed once I took my first bite. I was pleasantly surprised to find out the pizza was of high quality, a beautiful tomato and mozzarella cheese taste flooded my palette. A fantastic pizza, I’m very interested in what type of mozzarella cheese they used as it tastes delectable.

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