234c Russell St
Melbourne, 3000
We don’t visit Panned Pizza nearly often enough. Food blogging reluctantly keeps me away from their delectably thin bases and fresh toppings. 
Bacon and Egg Pizza (small, $8.5)
Giving into Chris’ nagging, we ordered a Bacon and Egg Pizza (small, $8.5), which was their version of an Aussie. This is unfortunately the most disappointing pizza I have had from Panned Pizza. Whilst all of the other ones I’ve had were light, crisp and packed with flavour, the bacon and egg pizza was soggy in the middle (probably due to the egg that was cracked in the center), and the toppings were, dare I say it, bland? Definitely give this one a miss and try the Panned Special instead. 
Poutine (regular, $4.5)
But the Poutine(regular, $4.5) is as glorious as ever. This Canadian classic is a savoury treat of piping hot batons of potato soaking up the meaty gravy, with webs of stringy cheese clinging to each magnificent morsel. There is no other way I would rather have my potatoes.
And a tree. Cos it’s purrrrrty. 
Rating: 14/20 – POUTINE.

Cheapie Lunch (Under $15)  European  Fast Food  Melbourne CBD  Pizza  Victoria 

Comments (4)

  • anastasiastarz

    on 17 June 2012 @ 12:24 pm:

    Try the BBQ Chicken next time, it's pretty much a Chicken Hawaiian but with BBQ sauce - but it's amazing :P

    • ming

      on 17 June 2012 @ 12:05 pm:

      I did manage to try it a while back with my sister, and I totally agree with it being amazing - but the boyfriend had to have the aussie, so what can you do? :p

  • Akika (Ichigo Shortcake)

    on 20 June 2012 @ 07:09 am:

    OMG you've got me sold. The poutine looks GORGEOUS. I'd get just that, a lot of it. The pizza looks amazing as well of course. :)

    • ming

      on 20 June 2012 @ 09:32 am:

      Haha I'm glad you think so, I'm definitely with you on the gorgeous bit - the poutine beats lord of the fries by FAR!

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