The Best Pizzerias Manchester Has to Offer
With Pizza being one the most popular foods in the world right now, it is no surprise that Manchester has ran with the revolution now serving up some of the best pizza the UK has to offer. With pizzerias popping up all over the city, it is easy to become spoilt for choice. Here are some of the best Pizzeria’s that Manchester has to offer.
If you any Mancunian about the best pizza in town, Rudy’s will most definitely be the first place that springs to everyone’s mind. Rudy’s is a two-man band pizzeria made from only the best locally sourced ingredients. When it comes to having a passion for pizza, these guys have it.
Rudy’s 60 second pizzas focus on the traditions of Naples whilst offering top quality hand-made ingredients to provide you with the perfect pizza. Each pizza uses double-proved dough making the base so fluffy and airy that when placed into the heat of the burning wood fire over for 60 seconds a puff of soft middle and crispy edge is created.
Wash down with an array of quality wines and beers from the generous drink menu and finish off by indulging in an Italian dessert of the day. You can’t go wrong.
Situated in two central locations, Ancoats and Peter St, Rudy’s shares the heart of Naples with Manchester.
Double Zero Pizza
With Neapolitan Pizza a clear favourite amongst Manchester, it will come as no surprise that Double Zero also offers the softer, flatter and crispier attributes of Naples pizza.
Their four-ingredient pizza dough is proved for a minimum of 48 hours and then stretched by hand and cooked for 90 seconds in their beautifully authentic wood fire imported all the way from Naples.
A local favourite and simplistic joint of craft beer, pizza and rotisserie chicken. In a laid back and informal environment, here you can enjoy the memorable flavours of Roost pizza inspired by traditional Neapolitan cooking.
Cooked in a wood fire, the crust forms a light and crispy base to hold the selection of delicious toppings. The most popular pick being the four seasons, a combination packed full of flavour; chestnut mushrooms, slow baked shredded ham, roasted artichokes and juicy black olives.
PLY – A bustling bar and pizza hangout with a mirror tiled, wood-fired oven
It’s needless to say, given the title of this article that PLY do one of the best pizzas in town, but it really does. Pizzas are made fresh by a talented chef enthusiastic about his flavour and certainly not compromising in taste.
Although the menu is small, the immensity of flavours, light and crispy textures and melt in the mouth cheesy toppings make up for it.
You can expect a laid-back environment with a bustling bar and simplistic yet stylish décor. The bar serves a selection of delicious craft beer, fine wine and a modern twist on classic cocktails.
Not your traditional Italian styled Pizzeria, Crazy Pedro’s offers a menu of weird and wonderful pizza toppings to accompany some of the wackiest cocktails Manchester has to offer so you can swig cocktails and nibble on pizza all night.
The Nacho Libre is a favourite amongst regular goers and consists of a topping of cheese, guacamole, salsa, sour cream, jalapenos and nacho crisps. Weird right? For something a little weirder, why not try the fried chicken and waffle option consisting of crispy fried chicken, smoked bacon, maple syrup and waffle.
Located in West Didsbury, Proove takes pride in its Neapolitan its slow-proved sourdough base and San Marzano tomatoes imported from Italy to make the sweetest and tangiest if tomato bases.
Proove has a menu of antipasti and deserts as well as an extensive wine list for a true Italian dining experience.