Pizzas from Pink Pepper, East Perth

“..there is no aspect, no facet, no moment of life that can’t be improved with pizza.” Daria Morgendorffer

I have a nice group of friends at work. We work hard together, often in highly stressful situations. We eat lunch together. We rant, vent and laugh together.

On this particular day, we voted for pizza for lunch. Workmate J2 collected the money and placed our order over the phone. Then at noon, she and I walked to Pink Pepper to collect our pizzas.

We got a selection of lunch special pizzas for one, which were sliced into quarters, and three larger pizzas which were sliced into six. Plenty to go around!

The vegetarian pizza was topped with fresh tomato, mushroom, roasted red capsicum, red onion, grilled zucchini and crumbled feta.

Vegetarian pizza

Vegetarian pizza

The margarita was the classic plain Jane of pizzas, topped with fresh tomato and cheese.

Margarita pizza

Margarita pizza

The Aussie was tasty, with fresh tomato, cheese and bacon slices.

Aussie pizza

Aussie pizza

The Diablo (as I recall the name; I may be wrong) was topped with jalapenos, pepperoni, chilli sauce, red onion and cheese. It had a nice bite to it without being too spicy.

Sicilian pizza

Diablo pizza

The ham and pineapple was topped with strips of ham and sweet pineapple chunks.

Honey roasted ham and pineapple pizza

Honey roasted ham and pineapple pizza

The meatlovers featured pepperoni, bacon and a light sprinkling of ham. Could’ve been even more meaty, I reckon.

Meatlovers pizza

Meatlovers pizza

We ended up cutting the slices in into even smaller pieces so we could each have a taste of all the pizzas without needing to eat six whole slices.

It was a great lunch that left us nicely full with several slices left over. Workmate C and I worked late that night and ate another slice each before we went home. I took the last couple of slices home, so nothing was wasted.

My favourites out of this batch: vegetarian (yes, really!) and Aussie – bacon, like pizza, is a magical mood enhancer! The fresh tomato on the Aussie was a winner.

Friends really cheer you up when you’re having a bad day at work. And pizza definitely helps too (Daria was right!).

What’s your “having a bad day” lunch or favourite group lunch with workmates and/or friends?

Pink Pepper on Royal, East Perth = click for larger map
Click for larger map

Pink Pepper on Royal
113 Royal St, East Perth
WA 6004
Telephone: (08) 9221 4600
Pink Pepper is not just a pizza shop – it’s a fully fledged catering company – check out their website for details.
There is very limited seating with most of it outside, in front of the cafe.

Pink Pepper on Royal on Urbanspoon

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