Delivery food is lazy, too much junk food is unhealthy, their website doesn’t work for blind people. They’re a guilty pleasure, for sure, but Hell Pizza are great for one reason: because of them, you can find a vegan pizza in practically every suburb in this town. They’ll even bring one to you without charging a delivery fee on Tuesdays.
There’s only one vegan pizza officially on the menu, the “Sinister”, which is covered in refried beans and chillis and a bit difficult to deal with. But Hell lets you customise your pizza fairly extensively, so you can mix up the ingredients and invent your own “vegan special”. The web ordering interface is appreciated here, as I don’t think I could order “a double Sinister, plus pinenuts and capers, with sundried tomatoes instead of regular tomatoes, caramelised onions instead of regular onions, and no jalapenos or capsicum” over the phone without feeling neurotic.