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Monday, 23 September 2013

Coffee Warehouse Cafe & Deli @ Homebush

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My brother loves pizza, probably one of his favourite food. So, for his birthday he organised a dinner at Coffee Warehouse Cafe and Deli. Coffee Warehouse Cafe & Deli is located along the busy Paramatta road amongst a bunch of car manufacturers. The name of the restaurant is quite a handful, and I am not sure if I can really refer to it as a restaurant. By day it works as a place for coffee and cafe style food, and at night as a pizzeria. The warehouse element of the 'restaurant' is that they sell a range of coffee machines, coffee beans and other interesting European biscuits and sauces. (Unfortunately, I didn't take any photos of the interior).

Meatlovers
Ham, cabanossi, pepperoni, bacon, bbq sauce


Mexicana
Pepperoni, onion, capsicum, olives, chilli, jalapenos

Ham & Pineapple
Smoked ham, pineapple


Polenta Chips
Homemade polenta chips with rich napoletana sauce and parmesan


Roasted rosemary tomatoes


Rocket and parmesan salad


Caoricciosa
Smoked ham, mushrooms, olives


Prosciutto
Prosciutto, mascarpone, olives, rocket, extra virgin olive oil 


PATATE
Pizza Bianca - sliced potato, prosciutto, rocket


Digging in! 

All the food was exceptional! Despite some of the photos making the pizzas looks oily, they aren't that greasy. The pizzas aren't overcrowded with too many toppings, which allows all the individual elements to come through. The dough itself allows for a crisp crust and base. I definitely recommend ordering sides helped break through all the pizza goodness. Possibly the best Italian Pizzeria I have been to! 

On top of my brother loving pizza, he loves cakes with mousse in it. So I went to Cavallaros in Liverpool to purchase one of their popular cakes - Nocciola. It is composed of hazelnut daquoise, milk chocolate mousse with praline, and there are also little circle crisps through out the mousse.

Happy Birthday!!

The dinner was for 12 people, and in between us we ordered 8 pizzas (I think) and a whole bunch of sides to share amongst the entire table. We were all completely stuffed by the end of the meal. It is a great place to celebrate a birthday. However, they do charge a cake fee of $2.50 per person. 

Good food, good times!

2 comments:

Tina @ bitemeshowme 24 September 2013 at 08:05

happy birthday to your brother! i really enjoyed the pizzas here - the base was really close tot he ones served in Italy!

Amy zhong 24 September 2013 at 10:31

the polenta chips look amazing!

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