Slice up your life at Jerome Borazio’s typically bonkers (and bang for the buck) Spice Girls-inspired pizza shop in the CBD
When it comes to choosing your pizza at Slice Girls, firstly decide on your number one Spice Girl. If it was Baby, opt for Baby Slice (ham and pineapple); if it was Scary, go with the decidedly unthreatening Scary Slice: Sicilian white anchovies, tomato, mozzarella, oregano and baby capers. Alternatively, pay tribute to your favourite SG song: Viva Forever is topped with heirloom cherry tomatoes, mozzarella, oregano and basil; Zig-A-Zig Ah has hot sopressa salami, flame-fired peppers, cherry tomatoes and basil. All pizzas are $12, and they're sizeable, with a pleasingly thin crust. They don't stint on toppings, either.
The playful menu also ticks off macaroni cheese (with or without kale, should you wish to pretend that mac cheese can be healthy), 'date-killer garlic bread', 'mama lasagne' and 'posh salad' – tomato, soft red onion and basil. If you want alcohol on the side, you’ll need to hop next door to Borazio's 1000 Pound Bend. Otherwise, stay put in this diminutive carby kingdom. Spice Girls references don't extend to the decor – the op shop-styled space features sultry senoritas captured in murky oil paints and framed in faux gold, plus vintage maps and a poster of the periodic table.
|Venue name:||Slice Girls|
369 Little Londsdale Street
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed 11am-11pm; Thu-Sat 11am-midnight; Sun 11am-9pm|