Lazerpig is located in Collingwood and in a great area to go bar-hopping if that’s your desire.
We went to Lazerpig for dinner in-between Parts I and II of the Cursed Child at the nearby Princes Theatre.
We nearly gave Lazerpig a miss due to some bad reviews online, however since Lazerpig was recommended by a friend, we decided to give it a risk. And we did not regret this decision.
We arrived just before 5pm, so their restaurant wasn’t actually open when we got there. However, we were able to order food, so we sat in the bar area to eat and drink.
It wasn’t busy but it was only off-peak.
Music was at a good volume.
Beautiful, dim lighting. Really made the bar look alive.
I bought and drank the Rhubarb Pie Cocktail while I waited for my food. The drink comprised of sfumato rabarbaro, sazerac rye bourbon. jameson, tasmanian leatherwood honey, lemon, cassia bark, and came with a strawberry garnish. I was shocked at how similar it tasted like Rhubarb Pie. It was also warm, so made for a great drink on a cold winter evening.
I could really see that a lot of love had gone into making my cocktail. 5/5.
My Ronny J pizza came quickly, coming only after about ten minutes. Some reviews we read said the food took up to an hour to come out, so perhaps we got lucky since we went to Lazerpig at an off-peak time.
I expected my pizza to be hot from the jalepenos but I could barely taste them (I mean you know it’s not hot if Luke can tolerate it because he’s weak af for hot foods). On the other hand, the honey gave a lovely undertone to my pizza that I really enjoyed… It was tasteful in such a way that the honey was subtle yet added a unique twist to the pizza.
Though unique, my pizza could have been a little more flavoursome. 4/5.
It was a bit of a maze to find the toilets but they were clean.
I had a great experience at the Lazerpig. I loved their drinks, they definitely had some unique food, their music was good, and the design was great.
I’d love to return!