Best All-You-Can-Eat Pizza In Sydney

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There’s something about pizza that makes it the perfect go-to food, no matter what your situation. Don’t feel like cooking tonight? Pizza. Need a cuisine both adults and kids will love? Pizza. Celebrating a birthday and have a crowd to feed? Lots of pizza!

The only thing more perfect than pizza is an all-you-can-eat pizza deal where cheesy deliciousness meets a happy wallet. Whether you’re after an authentic margherita, tasty vegan pizza or saucy meat-lovers, Sydney has an all-you-can-eat pizza joint to satisfy those tastebuds!

Here’s are six of our favourite pizza joints to add to your list.
 

Salt Meats Cheese


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Salt Meats Cheese’s All-You-Can-Eat Pizza deal has been chasing away the Monday blues for over a year now. For $25 and a drinks purchase, you can choose from a selection of traditional pizza toppings (no satay chicken pizzas here!) such as prosciutto, hot soppressata salami, double-smoked ham, mushrooms and buffalo mozzarella. Vegans also haven’t been forgotten! Salt Meats Cheese has All-You-Can-Eat Vegan Pizza on Tuesday nights, so no one misses out.

Location: 68 Bay St, Ultimo
When: Monday and Tuesday nights
Cost: From $25 with any drinks purchase
For more information, visit the website.
 

Pizza Birra


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If you’re after authentic wood-fired pizza made in the traditional Napoletana style, then Pizza Birra is the place to go. Monday nights is All-You-Can-Eat Pizza for just $20, with a wide selection of tomato-based and pizza Bianca to choose from. Parents will also be pleased with the chic industrial fit-out and drinks menu. ‘Birra’ means ‘beer’ in Italian and Pizza Birra certainly lives up to its name, with plenty of top-notch beer and wine on offer.

Location: 1/500 Crown St, Surry Hills
When: Monday nights
Cost: From $20 per person
For more information, visit the website.
 

Pizza Hut

Children of the 90s rejoice! Like a favourite soft toy we never quite forgot, Pizza Hut All-You-Can-Eat restaurants are back! The dine-in at Marsden Park combines retro charm with modern updates like gourmet toppings, side dishes and alcoholic beverages for the parents. As for the infamous Pizza Hut All-You-Can-Eat buffet, it takes the form of free popcorn (cue cheering from the kids), unlimited pizza slices and garlic bread served to your table for just $19.90. Ice-cream is also included, and you’ll be happy to hear it still comes from a self-serve machine!

Location: 9 Hollinsworth Rd, Marsden Park
When: Monday to Thursday nights
Cost: From $19.90 per person
For more information, visit the website.
 

Pizza Autentico

If you and the kids are looking for a unique eating experience, put Pizza Autentico on your list. For $25, you can dine from a communal table while staff circulate the room with a never-ending selection of over 30 types of authentic Italian thin-crust pizza and 10 types of pasta! Each sitting is up to 90 minutes, which sounds just about right if you minus the time it usually takes to order with kids and wait for food to arrive.

Location: 15 Brisbane St, Surry Hills
When: Monday to Sunday Nights; Friday Lunch
Cost: From $25 per person
For more information, visit the website.
 

Paesanella

It’s the cheese that makes this family-run pizza place something special. As well as an Italian restaurant with a food emporium upstairs, Paesanella is an award-winning fresh cheese manufacturer, which means its pizzas are made with the family’s own fior di latte and buffalo mozzarella - yum! The best time to try a slice? On Wednesday evenings, where you can eat yourself into a food coma for $20 each.

Location: 150-152 Marrickville Rd, Marrickville
When: Wednesday nights
Cost: From $20 per person
For more information, visit the website.

 

Fratelli Fresh

Fratelli Fresh All-You-Can-Eat Pizza Sydney
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Popular Italian chain Fratelli Fresh is no stranger to a good meal deal. Monday nights is All-You-Can-Eat Pizza for $20 with any drinks order. Choose from traditional Italian toppings such as marinara, salami and fennel, and four cheese pizza, or opt for the less authentic but equally tasty ham and pineapple. Rules do apply, though – you must start with a pizza each and can only order another if everything is finished, so you may want to go with a crowd to try different toppings.

Location: various locations around Sydney
When: Monday nights
Cost: $20 with any drinks purchase 
For more information, visit the website.

 

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