City Pizza


Address: Corner of Cavenaugh and Knuckey Street, Darwin NT, Australia

GPS: -12.462045, 130.842381
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Phone number: +61 8 8941 8333

Openning hours

Sunday 17:00 - 22:30
Monday 17:00 - 22:00
Tuesday 17:00 - 22:00
Wednesday 17:00 - 22:00
Thursday 17:00 - 22:00
Friday 17:00 - 23:00
Saturday 17:00 - 22:30

Customers reviews

Total rating: 3.81/5, rated 5x
City Pizza
: aggregate rating: 3/3
Love it
overall: 3/3
City Pizza
: aggregate rating: 2.67/3
I love this place, the calzone is to die for. The pizzas delicous too. Im happy to pay a few dollars more for a better product. Keep up the good work City Pizza.
food: 3/3, decor: 2/3, service: 3/3
City Pizza
: aggregate rating: 2/3
First things first don't ever compare Darwin food to down south, its not as good and never will be so accept it and go slide your fuckn tampon in. . Second home delivery was fine came all in one piece and still hot and crispy. Price is pretty steep, but it's a 15 inch pizza which you can easily get 3 meals out of. So be a bit smart about it and it's not too shabby. As for the taste test its actually a decent pizza.
overall: 2/3
City Pizza
: aggregate rating: 3/3
Awesome pizza. You guys have nailed it. Been a regular since you opened. Pizza has been spot on every time. Good to see some genuine toppings with great flavour and fresh bases. Keep up the great work and ignore the ridiculous comments from the intellectually stunted individuals below.
overall: 3/3
City Pizza
: aggregate rating: 0/3
My fiance and I spent some time in Darwin last summer and for the most part had a good trip. We noticed that most of the places we ate offered very little value for your money but this is to be expected in a tourist area. One place that really stood out was City Pizza. Since pizza is one of my favorite foods, I had to try a piece. Wow! When someone has the nerve to serve such a pizza so bad that I can't even finish one slice I have to say something about it. What an artificial, mass produced, prefabricated corporate piece of crap. The crust was like a piece af cardboard. The cheese is so sparse as to be almost non-existent. The sauce totally bland. Why does place exist? Do people in Darwin not know what a good pizza tastes like? Do they make enough money on one time sales from summertime tourists? Do their prime locations bring in customers not willing to walk a few blocks to find something better??? I think a combination of all. We were told by a local about a place called Emilio's who supposedly had good pizza but alas our time in Darwin was up and we had to leave. Maybe we will try it next time.
overall: 0/3