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Aldo’s Café & Pizzeria

February 7, 2020
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Aldo’s Café & Pizzeria. Good lord this is a great spot for lunch yum yum yum. No wonder it is always jam packed! Don’t worry about that though just be smart and get in there before the mad lunch rush(or just wait, it’s worth it). If you have to bump shoulders once or twice rest assured it will be worth it.

Aldo’s is your classic Italian restaurant. The menu is full of Pizza and Pasta that would please anyone with a great Bambini (kids) menu to make the whole family happy. They also have a cracker of a breakfast menu that has all of your staples plus a few Italian inspired options. 

It is located front and centre when you pull into Perisher car park and right in front of you as you exit the Ski Tube. Positioned at the corner of the Ski Tube building, facing Front Valley. It’s an easy find.

Aldo’s is a go to for many return visitors, and for good reason. Good way to start or finish the day with every meal of the day covered. Check out the menu. When you spend a day skiing or snowboarding you work up a hunger and Aldo’s is in tune with that. 

Without a doubt, its worth checking out. We hope you enjoy it!

Photo’s courtesy of Aldo’s FaceBook.


Opening Hours

Everyday during winter – 7.30am – 7.30pm most days. Sometimes their are adjustments during peak season so keep an eye on those adjustments on their Facebook here.


Price Per Person

$20 – $50 This depends on when you pop in but check out the menu here to see what you might be up for.


Reservations

You can walk in but it get’s very busy.

Save yourself the disappointment and give them a buzz on 02 6457 5032.


Features

Great atmosphere – Great location – Transport at the door – Great Pizza


Alec took his slabs of wood worldwide for years. He floated around enjoying basic day to day creature comforts like salt, beers and nasi goreng, amidst chasing snow for as many days of the year as possible. Then he got a day job... But the dream lives on, Today he loves nothing more than snowboarding, writing for Genki and just being the #1 snow hound this world has ever seen.

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