Food and Drink
Posted by Paul Drury
22. Jan, 2014
For me, pizza is almost the perfect food. It’s versatile, cheap, delicious and flat so you can take it anywhere. Really, one of the only failing of this super food is that it isn’t readily available for breakfast.
Ladro is about the change that rule, and bring pizza that little bit closer to perfection.
The classic pizza house is launching a new menu this weekend at its Greville Street outpost, serving up a traditional Italian breakfast including wood-fire oven baked eggs (filled with mozzarella, for good measure), ricotta-stuffed bomboloni, a Colazione pizza and house fish smoked crostini.
For those after something ‘lighter’ there’s Italian pastries while Market Lane coffee and blood orange juice are on tap. For something a bit more fun try the Bloody “Ladro” Mary’s.
The Italian brunch runs from 9am to 4pm on weekends at Ladro 162 Greville Street.
For more info visit ladro.com.au.
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