Did you know that Italians are one of the most long-lived population of the world? This is thanks to our beautiful weather but most of all thanks to our diet, known as Mediterranean diet characterized by its genuity and SIMPLE ingredients… this is our philosophy!
The main ingredients of our kitchen are Italian extra virgin olive oil, selected pasta, tomato, and flour combined together to reach a high standard in terms of taste and quality. Not to be forgotten our millenary production of cured meats like prosciutto di Parma, cheeses like Parmigiano Reggiano, bakery and wines selected for you by our family involved into this industry since 1960. Welcome to our genuine taste of Italy where homemade dishes are a must and where passion for cooking is in our everyday life style.
WHATS NEW AT SIMPLE ITALIAN
LEARN HOW TO MAKE PIZZA
Have you always wanted to know how to make the best pizza, and take your homemade pizzas’s to the next level?
Book now and learn first hand from our 3 Italian pizza chefs how to create, fill and cook your own pizza!
Next course starts 1st of MARCH 2020, 9:30am – 3pm
COURSE OUTLINE :
- Theory speach
- Practicing dough making, hand strecthing, dressing and cooking the perfect italian pizza
- Tasting your own final product
- Final questions and answers
- Receive your certificate
- Tea, biscuits and a glass of wine provided throughout the course
Only $ 150 per person!
For further information please don’t hesitate to call us on (08) 9481 7999 or email us at email@example.com
* Private classes available upon request for groups of 20+ *
THIS WEEKS SPECIALS
Stuffed with crab meat & ricotta cooked in a tomato sauce sprinkled with parmesan cheese
Cookies and cream cake served with cream
Real Taste of Italy
Wood Fired Pizza
Wood-fired brick ovens and pizza have been with us since the dawn of civilization. Both have been discovered in the excavations of virtually every ancient civilization, with the brick oven reaching its modern form in ancient Rome. The brick ovens uncovered in ancient Pompeii are in wonderful shape, and could start baking today with only minor renovations. The shops themselves resembled modern pizzerias, with granite counters, and a salad bar featuring both hot and cold foods and drinks to accompany the pizza. It makes you think there is little new under the sun.
You havent experienced authentic wood fired pizza until you have tried Simple Italian!