Established in 2005, Amigo's Pizzeria along Magill Road in Magill is a little outlet that primarily specialises in offering pizza. Despite what its name suggests, Amigo's Pizzeria also offers burgers, hot dogs and various other dishes.
The spicy chicken and jalapenos in their Devil's Choice Spicy Pizza made it well-fitting of its name. Pepperoni added a bit of smokiness to the dish and the restaurant's signature sauce tied everything together. We chose to have the sour cream omitted as my father does not like its taste.
Devil's Choice Spicy Pizza (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Their Mushroom Pepperoni Sausage Pizza had a generous amount of Italian sausage to impart it with its distinctive flavour, which was complemented nicely by the pepperoni. Mushrooms were scattered over the top of the pizza to lend its earthy flavour to the dish. We liked that it was baked sufficiently to give the crust a nice golden-brown colour.
Mushroom Pepperoni Sausage Pizza (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
The Margherita Pizza is a good choice for those looking for a change from topping-heavy pizzas. Tomatoes gave the pizza a fresh and subtly sweet flavour and oregano enhanced its flavour.
Margherita Pizza (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Aside from the dishes on their main menu, the restaurant also offers various pastries. The Nutella Meringue had a light and crisp texture. The Nutella that was mixed through it was not too sweet. A topping of its namesake spread reinforced its flavour.
Nutella Meringue (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
The shell of the Choc Peanut Cannoli was not too hard and the coating of dark chocolate gave it a delectable chocolatey flavour. The chocolate cream filling was not too sweet and was partnered wonderfully by the layer of peanuts. Finishing it off was a drizzling of white chocolate. We found the overall taste of the Cannoli to be similar to a Snickers chocolate bar.
Choc Peanut Cannoli (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
While primarily catering for takeaway orders, there are still a few seats available for those that choose to dine-in. Various deals are available to make eating there more affordable, such as a large traditional pizza, garlic bread and a 1.25 litre coke for $26.90.