Hungry Bear Pizza Bar, Melbourne

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MELBOURNE | Guilt free pizza cooked in 90 seconds sounds too good to be true, or is it? Hungry Bear Pizza Bar situated in Menzies alley just off Little Collins Street pride themselves on delivering healthy thin-based pizzas with fresh toppings that will certainty ease your grizzly belly without the need to go into hibernation after.

Hungry Bear opened in December 2017, after owners Candice and Nick Hirons traveled through the Northern Territory and were inspired to create a rustic, camp themed restaurant. The aim is to inspire a sense of adventure and encourage diners to try something new with Hungry Bear’s fresh and unique pizza topping combinations.

The atmosphere has a modern, laid back vibe with camping gear hung on the walls and a thermos collection sitting above the pizza oven, creating a little kitsch aesthetic. Large timber tables decorated with plants and a box of Cards Against Humanity makes it a fun dinner spot to share with friends and family. Not to mention the location is conveniently accessible through Melbourne Central, after a hard day of shopping you could make a quick pit stop.

The menu offers 15 cleverly named 9-inch pizzas with gluten free options available. There is the classic style margarita named Bare Necessity to the Paul Hogan, a strange but flavorful pizza topped with prawns and chickpeas amongst fresh green peppers and melted mozzarella. The thin pizza bases are light and crispy allowing the topping flavours to pack a punch leaving you satisfied without the sluggish feeling that tends to happen after an oily doughy pizza.

The Holy Cheeses Pizza is a stand out, topped with nine cheeses and cauliflower creating a gratifying crunch against the gooey cheese. Hungry Bear also offer a classic range of side dishes with a twist, such as their insanely crunchy sweet potato fries battered in tapioca and seasoned with chilli lime salt.

Amongst the savory goodness Hungry Bear does offer a dessert pizza with a peanut butter spread, dressed in strawberries and bananas and drizzled in caramel sauce with crunchy pistachio nuts and shredded coconut sprinkled on top. The combined flavours weirdly taste like a vanilla marshmallow once you take a bite.

Locally sourced beer and wine is on tap at the bar with natural soft drinks available by the bottle such as naturally sweetened sugar free cola and various fruity organic kombucha flavours.

Hungry Bear aim to deliver tasty pizzas with their single portion servings and fresh ingredients. If you have a big appetite one pizza won’t be filling, but considering the pizza bases are light it allows you the option to order a variety of pizzas as they don’t leave you feeling heavy and bloated.

If you are a health conscious eater or simply want to try a unique mix of pizza toppings then Hungry Bear will satisfy your bare stomach and is worth a visit.

Hungry Bear Pizza Bar

Shop GD 0E5, Melbourne Central
211 La Trobe Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 8580 2290
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Sun – Wed: 11:00am to 9:00pm
Thu – Sat: 11:00am to 10:00pm

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Celeste
Celeste is a Melbourne native who has a deep passion for art and live entertainment. She is currently completing her final year of her Journalism degree at Monash University with hopes of becoming a lifestyle writer. She aims to inspire people to immerse themselves into new cultures or to simply try something new. Her extrovert personality sparks her love of listening to people and hearing their experiences furthering her appreciation for feature writing and storytelling. When Celeste isn’t writing she is either painting, singing, reading Harry Potter, attending art exhibitions or exploring Melbourne’s nightlife.

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