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Bravo Pizzeria

Bravo Pizzeria
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  • Phone Number 012 362 0903
  • Location 1212 South Street, Hatfield, Pretoria 0028 South Africa
  • email deanbravo@gmail.com
  • Opening Hours

    Monday to Thursday 10am to 9pm; Friday and Saturday 12noon to 9pm

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Cost
R100 avg main meal
Ambience
Groups
Food
Burgers, Pizzas
Payment
Amex, Diners Club, Mastercard, Visa
Corkage
No BYO

Critic's review

Geraldine Fröhling

Food
Ask any Tuks student where the best pizza is in town and chances are they’ll answer Bravo Pizzeria. This is unashamedly a student hang-out spot – all chilled vibe, comfy couches, foosball machine, second-hand furniture and generally rough and ready décor. Definitely not the spot you want to bring your granny to for Sunday lunch!
There are no waiters, you have to queue to order your food, the only menus are on the counter and on a busy night you have to wait a while for the food to come out – but at Bravo none of that matters. It’s all about the pizzas (and their famous Bravo sauce!)
Their thin, crispy-based pizzas are packed with flavour and delicious toppings – favourites are their Italian Stallion (ham, bacon, pepperoni and rib), Talented Mr Ribley (deboned rib, mushrooms, feta and onions) and their Wild Card (roasted lamb, mint, tzatziki, cherry tomatoes and rocket).
And you can’t have their pizza without trying their tangy chilli sauce which you’ll find on the tables. People are so crazy about the sauce that they now sell them at R35 per bottle!
Apart from pizza, Bravo also serves a couple of other meals, including burgers, chicken wings and ribs.

Drinks
You can order soft drinks from fridges at the counter or you can bring your own bottle of wine (or two) – and chill out with a bunch of friends all night!

Service
There are no waiters, so it’s all help-yourself – which is fine for students as it saves on the costs.

Ambience
Blink and you’d miss Bravo from the street – it looks more like a beach shack in some Far East touristy town. But when you get in you realise how massive the venue is and how perfect it is for its target audience – there are outdoor and indoor benches, chairs and couches, bookshelves to keep you busy if you come alone, students’ artworks for sale on the walls and pretty cool music playing in the background. I believe it has also been used for live music/open mic sessions in the past. Bravo is a hidden gem in the heart of student land – if you’re not brave enough to do the sit-down thing, then at least try ordering their pizzas take-away. You’ll be hooked!

Best for...
You can’t beat Bravo’s for their great pizzas at unbeatable prices!

(2018)

 

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  • Geraldine Fröhling

    Food
    Ask any Tuks student where the best pizza in town is and chances are they’ll say Bravo Pizzeria. This is unashamedly a student hang-out spot – all chilled vibe, comfy couches, foosball machine, second-hand furniture and generally rough and ready décor. Definitely not the spot you want to bring your granny to for Sunday lunch!

    There are no waiters, you have to queue to order your food, the only menus are on the counter, and on a busy night you have to wait a while for the food to come out – but at Bravo none of that matters. It’s all about the pizzas (and their famous Bravo sauce!)
    Their thin, crispy-based pizzas are packed with flavour and delicious toppings – favourites are their Italian Stallion (ham, bacon, pepperoni and rib), Talented Mr Ribley (deboned rib, mushrooms, feta and onions) and their Wild Card (roasted lamb, mint, tzatziki, cherry tomatoes and rocket).
    And you can’t have their pizza without trying their tangy chilli sauce which you’ll find on the tables. People are so crazy about the sauce that they now sell them at R35 per bottle. Apart from pizza, Bravo also serves a couple of other meals, including burgers, chicken wings and ribs.

    Drinks
    You can order soft drinks from fridges at the counter or you can bring your own bottle of wine (or two) – and chill out with a bunch of friends all night!

    Service
    There are no waiters, so it’s all help-yourself – which is fine for students as it saves on the costs.

    Ambience
    Blink and you’d miss Bravo from the street – it looks more like a beach shack in some Far East touristy town. But when you get in you realise how massive the venue is and how perfect it is for its target audience – there are outdoor and indoor benches, chairs and couches, bookshelves to keep you busy if you come alone, students’ artworks for sale on the walls and pretty cool music playing in the background. I believe it has also been used for live music/open mic sessions in the past. Bravo is a hidden gem in the heart of student land – if you’re not brave enough to do the sit-down thing, then at least try ordering their pizzas take-away. You’ll be hooked!

    Best for...
    Great pizzas at unbeatable prices!

    (2018)

    Eat Out critics dine unannounced and pay for their meals in full. Read our editorial policy here.

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