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The strangest topping I have ever had on a pizza…

During our trip to the Blue Mountains, we were recommended Station Bar and Woodfired Pizza, named due to its location close Katoomba Station and well, pizza. It was a great recommendation as the menu was crammed full of fantastic sounding pizzas of all variations. I went for something I have never had before, let alone on a pizza. 

This is the ‘Bullaburra‘, a delicious pizza consisting of ‘Saltwater crocodile with wild lime ginger marinade, coconut béchamel, baby spinach, roast red capsicum & a wedge of lime.’. Tasty was an understatement, and certainly something I haven’t tried before. I am a strong believer in trying things I haven’t already and I am pleased I did. There are gluten free and vegetarian options here too (unsure about vegan options on the menu), so for anyone ever heading to the Blue Mountains your preferences will probably be met.  I think the most interesting thing I have had on pizza before this was probably vodka. Or maybe the fried egg I had on a breakfast pizza once, but crocodile is certainly the winner. And one less crocodile in the waters waiting to kill me to death in this crazy country.  What about you, what’s the strangest thing you’ve ever had on a pizza? Or do you like to play it safe with pizza and stick to what you know?  There are no wrong answers here, and pineapple fans you are welcome.


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35 replies »

    • It was really nice, would recommend. And I would usually never go for Hawaiian however I would never turn it down if offered to me! It is a pretty popular choice 🙂

      And I like the spinach trick xD every little helps!

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