WHY DON’T YOU?
TRY AUTHENTIC NEAPOLITAN PIZZA
Pizza is one of the most popular fast foods today, but it has a long history going back to Naples, Italy. For two centuries, pizza was confined to the Naples region and honed in isolation by dedicated pizzaioli. The result is the Neapolitan pizza. Luma, which opened this year at Cambridge, embraces this traditional artisanal method of making pizza. Luma’s dining area centres around a communal chef’s table where guests can watch the dough-throwing and ingredient-launching action before the meal is cooked in a woodfired oven. Pizzas start from $11. For details, visit lumabar.com.au