Lucky Coq

Lucky Coq: Cnr Chapel and High St, Windsor

After hearing so much about the amazing (and cheap!) pizzas at lucky coq, I finally managed to visit on a summer night for a friend’s birthday a few weeks ago. I can’t believe I’ve been a uni student for 4 years now and have never been!

The interior is laidback with couches and bar stools downstairs and upstairs – I spotted a lovely outdoorsy/patio area upstairs which would have been the perfect place for those warmer months. I loved the vibe, a great place for good friends, cheap pizza and cold ciders! Be warned though, the place does fill up quickly..

We had one off the special menu with beetroot and zucchini, can’t remember the name but this was probably my favourite :)




Organico: pumpkin, soy cheese, pine nuts and rosemary. The soy cheese was odd, but still yummy :)


Lo Zenzero Prawn: prawn, coriander, chilli, lemon and liberal amounts of bean sprouts


Salsiccia Festa: lamb and leek sausage, capsicum and red onion


And some sweet ones!

Mixed Berry: strawberry, raspberry and blueberry with mascarpone


Chocolate: dark belgian chocolate with mascarpone


I thought the pizzas were delicious, with nice crispy bases and generous toppings that pretty much went right to the edge of the crust – yummy! I did think that the mixed berry pizza was a tad light on sweetness though, if only it had a bit of the dark chocolate.

Looking over these photos has made me hungry again… mmmm pizza. I would definitely go back and try some of the ones we missed :)

ps. pretty much all of the pizzas we had were 4$, check their website ( for when the deal is on!

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