At Vapiano, we’re home to both those who love a creamy bowl of carbonara to get them through the Monday blues and those who love a thin crust margherita pizza with a vino on a Thursday night.
Whether you come in for a cheeky after work cocktail in our bar area, or spend hours enjoying a meal with friends in our restaurant, we pride ourselves on serving only the best made-to-order pizzas, house-made pasta, hand-tossed salads and delicious dolci in a fun, relaxing atmosphere filled with fresh herbs at every table and live olive trees.
Want to add mushrooms to your pomodoro? How about some buffalo mozzarella to your barbecue pollo pizza? Here at Vapiano, not only do we pride ourselves on quality ingredients and fresh locally-sourced produce, we can also create your dish just the way you like it.
Wherever we can, our fresh vegetables, fruit and herbs are sourced locally, ensuring you get the very best in fresh local food and reducing the environmental impact of transporting the produce around Australia.
At Vapiano we’re great believers in ‘what goes around, comes around’, which is why we think it’s our corporate responsibility to not just operate ethically but also to give back to our local communities.
In the past, we’ve successfully run campaigns in each of our restaurants to raise money for Movember, SIDS and Kids’ Red Nose Day, Cancer Council’s Pink Ribbon Day with ‘pink pasta’ and more recently Share The Dignity through our Drink Pink Wednesdays initiative.
We’re extremely proud to say that in our first six months of Drink Pink Wednesdays we raised over $30,000 for Aussie women facing homelessness, domestic violence and poverty.
If you’d like to get Vapiano on board with your fundraising efforts be it a charity, school, local group or sporting team feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Vapiano’s humble beginnings trace back to the 22nd of October, 2002, when the first restaurant in Hamburg, Germany, opened its doors at the “Hohen Bleichen”. Today there are more than 200 Vapiano restaurants in 32 countries on 5 continents – which really is proof that everyone loves Italian food.