Beef carpaccio with Italian parmesan, black pepper and a home-made dressing makes for a lovely antipasti before you order the main that the establishment is most well known for: pizza. While Col’Cacchio does serve other main meal options, which would appeal to anyone feeling in the mood for Italian, the pizzas are their unique selling proposition, with different variations to suit all tastes. The pizza with a salad-filled centre is for the health-conscious eater and these pizza varieties have a low calorie count ranging from 380 to 504. Gluten-free pizzas, made with rice, maize flour, tapioca and zanthum gum, are suitable for those with allergies to wheat and egg. These pizzas also do not contain yeast. Vegetarian pizzas are part of the offering, as are meat-based (carne) traditional pizzas like stagionata, regina and other unique flavours. In this range, try Millamoo’s meatball pizza, which has meatballs, cherry tomatoes, basil and Italian parmesan. If you are undecided, however, the half-half pizza option is your best bet with seven variations of two-in-one on offer. A chocolate pizza is a great way to end off the meal, or for something that will be better for digestion after a big meal, but still sweet, go for the tiramisu.
Craft beers are available as well as cocktails, mocktails and sangrias. There is a wide variety of wines available by the glass, including Spier sauvignon blanc and Vrede en Lust Red Lady merlot.
The service is professional and efficient.
This establishment is very much an all-rounder with guests ranging from moms with their children after school, businesspeople, and couples on a date. This creates quite a relaxed vibe, with waitrons seeming to have an easy rapport with the regulars.
For the Banters, there are specialised high-fat low-carb options on the menu, specifically catering for your diet needs.
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