Where to find the best pizza Camberwell Junction has to offer
Article posted: January 20, 2022
Whether you’re a thin crust, extra cheese or a ham and pineapple kind of person, sometimes you just feel like eating a pizza. And nothing hits the spot like a few slices of your favourite slice.
From meat lovers to vegetarians, Camberwell Junction’s dine-in and takeaway pizza options cater for every taste.
Here’s our pick of the best pizza Camberwell Junction has to offer:
Set in a converted warehouse space with black-and-white chequered tiles and a foosball table, 8 Pizzeria has a relaxed, funky atmosphere.
Dine in with friends and enjoy a Naples-style wood-fired pizza with a glass of wine or an Italian-inspired cocktail.
Located just across the road from Camberwell train station, Boss Pizzeria may seem tiny but what they lack in size they make up for in flavour.
Daniel Barrese and Johnny Logue are wood-fired pizza specialists with close to 40 years of experience between them. They allow their dough to rise for at least 24 hours to ensure that it’s light and airy. Then, it’s cooked in their hand-built traditional wood-fired oven at more than 400 degrees Celsius.
You’ll find all the classic Italian combinations like the Margherita, as well as some fresher combinations like The Boss – a Camberwell favourite – with San Marzano tomato sauce, mascarpone, parmigiano, prosciutto and rocket).
At Crust Pizza, their mission is to make pizza that feeds all of your senses.
They prefer to rely on instinct and feel, measuring by hand, not by the gram. This is the authentic way to make pizza. Sure, it’s a little unrefined, but it’s a process that gives their pizza a point of difference.
Located opposite Rivoli cinemas, Deco is open for dine-in or takeaway, seven days a week.
Drop in for a drink, a bite to eat or a late-night pizza. With no bookings required, you can call in any time of the day.
The cafe also has a private dining space, Upstairs @ Deco, with seating for up to 36 guests.
Who doesn’t have fond childhood memories of being treated to a takeaway pizza from Domino’s?
For those who like to enjoy a classic pizza at home, Domino’s offers traditional and gourmet pizzas as well as a range of sides, drinks and desserts for pick-up or delivery.
Mickey Lee’s Pizza Bar
The foundation of MickeyLee’s began with the chance meeting of two friends: Michael and Lino.
Lino’s family ran a pizza restaurant where Michael got his first job. Lino took him under his wing to teach him everything he knew about the art of pizza making.
Six years later, the duo struck out on their own and opened MickeyLee’s Pizza Bar. These locals are also giving back to the community, donating $2 from every Mrs Robinson pizza sold to the Camberwell Rotary Club.
Whether you’re after a traditional pizza, something more gourmet or even a calzone, Rizin’s Pizza sells by the slice and is a great grab-and-go option for lunch or dinner.
The eatery is located on Burke Road, right near the junction.
Sofia’s Pizza Restaurant
This family pizza and pasta restaurant serves up ample portions of classic Italian meals in a bustling, family-friendly atmosphere.
Sofia’s Pizza has everything from classic Marinara and Napoletana pizzas to Mexican, Aussie and American-style pies.
Whatever flavour you’re craving, you’ll find the best pizza Camberwell Junction has to offer from our great range of restaurants and take-away eateries.