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Stallions Italian Family Restaurant

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by J (subscribe)
Published September 12th 2012
The best pizza in Boronia
This restaurant serves some of the tastiest and most affordable pizza I've ever had! Next time you're in Boronia, it is definitely the place to go for a relaxing dinner, lunch, or snack.

Located between two carparks, and within walking distance from Woolworths, Kmart, Coles AND Boronia train station, you can't go wrong with location.

Customers have the option of enjoying a sit-down meal, or if in a rush, there is also a take-away option.

For a full menu, click here

The set up for the restaurant is like any other - you will be directed to seating, including an outside court-yard for warmer weather. Service is generally quick, and all of the staff are very friendly.

Now, importantly, the food is AMAZING. While the mains aren't terribly fancy, I always find myself struggling to choose between two or more choices.

Nachos, as chosen by my brother

The desserts are also very tempting, with a small ice-cream station near the front counter, as well as a variety of cakes, and fancy Italian choices.

The restaurant is fully licensed, and also provides coffee liqueurs for those not interested in beers or wines. Also for the children, there is a free arcade, as well as some decorations (including a very large fish-tank).

So, next time you're considering dinner, keep this place in mind. I promise you won't be disappointed.
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Why? For dinner, lunch, brunch, coffee
When: 11:30am-Late
Phone: 03 9762 6777
Where: 238 Dorset Road, Boronia VIC 3155
Cost: Variable
Your Comment
Although I agree wholeheartedly about the sweets I can't say the same for the mains. Sausages and mash came with two shrivelled up small thin sausages and a spoonful of mash thrown at the side. Served on a greasy plate, that was it!
by Naomi Parry (score: 1|81) 3237 days ago
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