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All You Can Eat Pizza For Only $20Mar 13, 2018


Pizza lovers, rejoice. Your prayers have been answered by the pizza gods, and you can now indulge in all-you-can-eat-pizza every Monday night at (nearly) every Salt Meats Cheese venue. And trust us, you knead this in your life.

Salt Meats Cheese is a family-owned Italian restaurant, delivering a passion for food and shared experiences in a fun and relaxed space. And now, for only $20 per person (with a drink purchase), you can devour these culinary masterpieces over and over in Broadway, Drummoyne and Circular Quay locations.

And what’s on top of all this goodness? You guessed it – cheese, cheese, cheese. More specifically, a flaming cheese wheel and truffle wheels are now available in all three locations on Wednesday nights. Is there even a better way to get through your hump day?

Imagine a huge wheel of Parmigiano Reggiano scooped out to resemble a bowl, bordered with warm brandy and set alight. The result – a melted, gooey, cheesy mess which is then tossed through your freshly cooked pasta.

If you prefer a slightly tangier taste, try the Truffle Wheel – made the same way, just with gorgeous truffle pecorino. Price-wise, we’re not talking a whole lot of dough – it’s $25 for the flame and $30 for the truffle.

So put your cravings to rest, and vamp up your Monday nights with a all-you-can-eat Italian pizza, or get through the mid-week blues with a luscious bowl of cheese-infused pasta on Wednesday nights.

And because of these irresistible new specials, bookings are highly recommended! So get yourself some pizza mind and reserve a table here.

What: All-You-Can-Eat-Pizza
When: Monday nights (Pizza) + Wednesday nights (Pasta)
Where: Salt Meats Cheese:

  • 68 Bay Street, Ultimo 2007, NSW (Broadway)
  • 125 Victoria Rd, Sydney NSW 2047 (Drummoyne)
  • Gateway Sydney, L201 Alfred St, Sydney NSW 2000 (Circular Quay)

By Vanessa De Lutiis


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