$4 Pizzas at Lucky Coq @ Saturday, July 02, 2016

Thursday 16th June

Dinner at Lucky Coq, a $4 pizza place and relative of Bimbo Deluxe (aka Hell in Fitzroy). If bimbo was hell, this was limbo, with a retro look. How does furniture get to hell? You burn it. Here there was part of a truck in a mismatched 50s-70s diner, a pool table, old school game machines and couches that you'll sink deep into. 

Look up for the menu!

When to go for $4 pizzas? Go earlier if you prefer it quieter.

How did that truck get in here?

The Kitchen

It's pretty cool how without one place there are different zones. 

A diner with mismatched furniture 50s-70s.

Agnello - tomato, parmesan, mozzarella, spiced lamb, rocket, pine nuts, sultanas

The lamb had pinenuts, sultanas and more. What we liked about this place was that there was a description (ok, it's a list of ingredients) rather than just a name of the the dish provided. The lamb pizza had a couple raisins and pinenuts. Yes those are expensive. We need more of those, more flavour on the lamb and a yoghurt drizzle. 

Jas picked the No.4 Stagioni - tomato, ham, artichokes, mushrooms, olives. 

For $4 these were good, though I wouldn't pay more. Why? They're pretty basic plus the crust/base is quite thin and of a homemade style, I prefer Domino's thin crust.  

A unique atmosphere, as a bar with security, it's a great place to go on a budget, or a cheap snack. There's also an upstairs with outdoor area, under the fairy lights. Will we be back? Yes, when in the area. Nothing I'd make a trip out there for though.

Have you been to Lucky Coq or Bimbo Deluxe?

Lucky Coq Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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