Bondi Pizza, Brighton le sands, Sydney

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Originating from Bondi is Bondi Pizza, the pizza and pasta chain which now has a sprawl of restaurants across Sydney. On this occasion, we visited the Brighton Le Sands branch. Located on the corner of the main road, right opposite the beach, it is not hard to find. On Friday nights it may be difficult to find parking but if you dine at Bondi Pizza, you can have your parking ticket for validated for free parking in the carpark downstairs - winning!

The restaurant was quite packed so we had to wait 5-10 minutes for our table. But once seated the service was quick.

Sizzling chili prawns - $12.95 - served with flat bread and chili mayo - For starters,we had the sizzling chili prawns. Drowned in a small cast iron bowl of oil, sat a decent number of chunky juicy prawns. On the side was some fresh flat bread which was perfect to wrap up the prawns and soak up the yummy (but unhealthy) oil. There wasn't much heat to the prawns so it would be suitable for people who can't eat spicy.

Chicken puttanesca - $23.95 - grilled chicken breast, kalamata olives, baby capers - one of the pastas on the dish. Thick oodles of pasta covered with a thick, rich tomato sauce, topped up with chunks of chicken, this pasta was definitely a filling dish.

Sicilian - $25.95 - Pepperoni, chorizo, wagyu meatballs, onion, bacon, olives, bocconcini and rocket. Of course we also had to get a pizza dish from here and we chose the Sicilian. Of the the two dishes, the pizza was definitely the highlight. A thin crust, flavoursome toppings garnished with fresh rocket - yummmm.

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