On the main road with a bright sign and 'disguised' as a regular pizza shop, Godzilla Pizza was a pleasant surprise for me, a vegetarian.
Despite the fact we don't live in the area, every time we've driven past, my husband has said we should go to this shop, based, I think, on the name and slightly cheesy (cheesy - get it - pizza? Clears throat...) logo emblazoned on the window.
Reading their menu online (available at Godzilla Pizza's website), I was pleasantly surprised to see the range available for a variety of dietary needs. They can make all pizzas vegan, which includes vegan cheese and 'mock meat' alternatives, as well as offering gluten free bases.
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Upon entering the store, we found it to be standard, clean, bright and friendly, but nothing fancy. The staff were polite, friendly and efficient.
We ordered a large roasted vegetable pizza from the gourmet range, which had a pesto base, roasted capsicum, baby spinach, marinated eggplant, sundried tomato, olives, mushroom, artichoke, spinach onion, basil, parmesan and mozzarella cheese. This pizza cost $19.90 but it was from the gourmet range, and was worth the money.
We sat in the car out the front of the shop rather than sitting awkwardly inside waiting and were told it would be 15 to 20 minutes. Almost exactly 15 minutes after we ordered, we were surprised to see the staff member had brought the pizza out to us, that's what I call good service.
The pizza was full of flavour, greasy enough but not too greasy and overall very tasty.
If you are looking for something sweet to finish off your meal, vegan cakes are available for purchase as well as vegan ice cream.
Now to all the meat eaters reading this, don't be frightened by all this vegan talk; the menu also consists of a lot of meat covered pizzas including the meat lovers, hot and spicy, and the chicken parmy, which is described as a pizza with garlic and herb base, roasted capsicum, artichoke, crumbed chicken, parmesan, mozzarella and a swirl of tomato sauce.
Godzilla Pizza is worth the trip, wherever you live.