Pizzeria Barbarella – Photo Visit – May 2012

20 May

654 East Broadway
Vancouver, BC
V5T 1X7

T: 604 210 6111

I have been eating a lot of pizza lately. A lot of pizza and a lot of bacon. It might be time to introduce some salads me thinks. But before I do something quite so hasty I wanted to share some photos of the pizza that I had at Pizzeria Barbarella last night. It was my first time there and I was quite impressed with the topping choices. I had a hard time deciding on what to get as there were about four that sounded fantastic. We finally settled on the Funghi and the Amatriciana.

The Amatriciana was made with house cured pancetta (extra points for effort) and I am an absolute sucker for anything with truffle oil, which was drizzled on the Funghi, so I enjoyed both pizzas. It was my first visit so this is not a proper review but I was surprised to find the prices so high (considering the location) and my first impression was that the space lacked atmosphere as it felt cavernous. The pizza was good but not the best that I’ve had in the city but with that said it is worth a visit if you are in the area.

Funghi – besciamella, fontina, oven roasted cremini mushrooms, parmigiano reggiano and white truffle oil

Amatriciana – tomato, fior di latte, aged mozzarella, house cured and smoked pancetta, red onions, fresh garlic, chili flakes, parmigiano reggiano and extra virgin olive oil

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3 Responses to “Pizzeria Barbarella – Photo Visit – May 2012”

  1. emmycooks May 20, 2012 at 10:56 am #

    The pizzas are beautiful, if not the best you’ve ever had. Maybe best enjoyed in your photos! 🙂

    • greedyguts May 20, 2012 at 10:19 pm #

      They were delicious and I’m really being quite picky by saying they aren’t the best. They were very good though 😀 I guess we are just spoilt for pizza choices now here in Vancouver!


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