Forget your basic Hawaiian on classic crust; Brisbane is home to some pretty off-the-hook pizza creations. We’ve singled out 5 of the most WTF pizzas in Brisbane so you can have a crack – if you’re game.
#1 The 1 Metre Pizza at Corbett & Claude | Indooroopilly
Do you have big love for pizza? How about a 1 whole metre of it? Enter: Corbett and Claude’s 1m long pizza. To make things even more enticing, you can pick and choose your own custom toppings. We’ve nicknamed our custom creation Mr Right.
#2 Dessert Pizzas at Cowch | South Brisbane
When you can create a burger out of Krispy Kreme doughnuts, maybe the natural progression is to top your pizza with marshmallows and salted caramel. Leave it to the lords of the sweet tooth at Cowch to come up with seven pheNomNomnal dessert pizzas. Featuring bases smothered with peanut butter and Nutella covered with toppings like strawberries, whipped cream and rice bubbles, these bad boys make for a hella good treat. #pizzafetish
#3 The Cray Cray Beethoven at Earth ‘n’ Sea | Indooroopilly
Taking tropical-themed pizzas to a whole new level, this symphony of flavours from Earth 'n' Sea has probably left a few pizza purists in a tizz. So what’s on the Beethoven? Prawns, banana slices and chunks of pineapple. Get outta heeeeere! As for how they settled on the name, let’s just say the classical maestro was known for being a bit cray cray and this sure isn’t your standard Margherita.
#4 The Cowering Inferno at wingBlaster | Clayfield
The heat! My God, the heat! You better be prepared to burn from the inside to down this punish of a pizza from wingBlaster. The hot as hell Cowering Inferno combines spicy pepperoni, jalapenos, chilli oil and habanero sauce to create quite the firestorm. It’s probably best to leave this off your order… unless it’s your destiny to face off with one of the hottest pizzas in Brisbane.
#5 The Japanese Pizza at Eat Street Markets | Hamilton
Let’s get this out of the way: the key ingredient of Japanese pizza (aka Okonomiyaki) is cabbage. Take a cabbage base; add some typical toppings like cheese, bacon and pork belly; then finish off with Kewpie Mayonnaise, fish flakes and a sprinkling of dried seaweed. Say what?! It sounds bleh but it’s actually tasty AF. Make tracks to Okonomi House at Eat Street Markets to try one for yourself.
Looking for more crazy eats around Brisbane? Check out Our Guide To Brisbane’s Most WTF Foods!
Image Credit: Ariana Gillrie