About La Bufala
There’s great Italian, then there’s La Bufala. This Mascot restaurant is famous for their wood fired pizzas that utilise Petra 3 flour, a stone-ground flour that retains part of the wheat husk for extra health benefits and flavour. Naturally risen for 48 hour hours, the dough at La Bufala is on another level, and you’ll understand just what we mean after your first bite – chewy, crispy and soft in all the right places, these pizzas are unlike anywhere else in Sydney. While the pizzas are an obvious choice here, the burgers are also impressive. We recommend their bufala burger, an angus beef patty topped with lettuce, tomato, caramelised onion and aged cheddar cheese stuffed in between two buns. La Bufala has so much more to offer, but it’s best if you investigate for yourself. Reservations are highly recommended for this popular restaurant on Kent Road.
- Monday 11:30 - 22:00
- Tuesday 11:30 - 22:00
- Wednesday 11:30 - 22:00
- Thursday 11:30 - 22:00
- Friday 11:30 - 22:00
- Saturday 17:00 - 22:00
- Sunday 17:00 - 22:00
Staff was super friendly and very efficient. Food was great and minimal wiring time. We had an awesome evening. Our friend has a food allergy and the waitress was very accommodating and suggested a few dishes. Thank you
The location was convenient, the food was delicious, authentic and quick. The service was speedy and friendly, the weather was cool and it was warm inside .
Fabulous food, authentic traditional wood fired pizzas. Highly recommend the Tartufo, with porcini and truffle. Prompt service, happy for diners to BYO wine. Our second time there for dinner and we'll be back.
The pizza is delicious!!! I don't think i need to say anything else because they pizza says it all. But for the sake of a little more explanation... the waitstaff are very friendly and attentive, the other food is also nice but I must admit I normally just get pizza. They serve alcohol now (when they first opened they didn't have a license). Definitely worth a try.
Excellent food! My friends and I had 2 pastas and 3 pizzas between 5 of us and we were stuffed by the end, very generous servings. The flavours of the pastas (tagliatelle and seafood marinara) were perfectly balanced, so delicious! The pizzas were also very tasty, we loved the taste and texture of the dough and you could tell the toppings are of high quality. A couple of small negatives - the gorgonzola on the Gnomo pizza was a little unevenly spread so a couple of us had a huge hit, whilst others didn't. Also the request for tap water for the table took quite a while, despite asking our waitress a number of times. Overall, we'd definitely come back again and the close convenience to the train station is a bonus.
we have been here twice. Both times food was delicious and the staff and menu very kid friendly. Second time service was a little slow but both times we went we're busy Saturday nights. We'll definitely be going back.
Excellent food. The service from wait staff could be improved but it was a busy night. They got one order wrong but quickly corrected it.
Nice enough restaurant but the prices are excessive for lunch in the burbs! Can get food for the price at restaurants that have superior atmosphere and service. It doesn't measure up value for money. Overall good food but pricey.
Food very good but let down by service...forgot 2 meals and then ran out of steak and we had a 5 pm booking on a sat night.
The pizza was under cooked. Was all soggy in the middle almost watering. The crust was horrible. You could see that the dough wasn't cooked properly.