At Open Pizza, we decided to serve you the healthy organic option as we know we’re all tired of pizza toppings that are swimming in oil, making all but the crust soggy and inedible.
A big factor in making a pizza great is the sauce! Sometimes the sauce doesn’t stand out at all, sometimes you notice it’s really great, and other times it’s quite bland or not quite to your liking. Is it thick or thin, sugary, sweet, tomato-y, spicy, bland, or just the right amount of spices? Many are concerned with counter-balancing the acidity of the tomatoes in the sauce. I sometimes have a hard time telling if a sauce is too acidic, but comparing it to a sauce I really like, I can tell a difference – it can be a little tart. Some people have acid reflux and acidic foods cause a lot of heartburn. So when we’re making pizza sauce, we try to balance out the acidity and tomato taste and always everything fresh and organic.
Sautéed onions, prosciutto and fontina cheese flavour this white pizza. Topping the hot-out-of-the-oven pizza with fresh greens and diced tomatoes gives it a delicious, summery twist. We use freshly made pizza dough every day to keep it quick. Serve with: Crunchy vegetables and your favourite dip.
Though we have an abundance of menu items to choose from and they all taste great, we recommend that you try our New Chef’s special pizza. All our pizzas are always made fresh and cooked to perfection. Top recommendations are the Country chicken and Tomahawk pizza.
I always look for good, new restaurants in the neighbourhood and the pizza tasted fresh and the ingredients were top quality. As fresh tomatoes are essential for me I must say I have enjoyed each and every slice. The prices are really good, staff very friendly and it’s a really cosy atmosphere.