From the Tony Macaroni group, this Neapolitan pizza specialist provides artisan beers, cocktails and an excellent daytime deal
The price, in particular, with Mozza is right. The best time to visit is before 5pm, when the pizzas all cost £5. No matter what way you look at it, that’s a good deal – even if eating a whole one over your lunch hour will likely send you into a deep mid-afternoon slumber. The menu (which, with dozens of different fonts and clip art illustration reads more or less like a ransom note) has a few keepers. The number 11 is a favourite – refreshingly original – with mozzarella, gorgonzola, Parma ham, fig and balsamic jam, garnished with rocket and crushed walnuts, while the number 6, topped with Neapolitan broccoli, Italian sausage and chilli oil, doesn’t miss a tomato base. The lucky 13 gives you the chance to put your faith in the hands of the chefs, a mystery option for the carefree risk-takers. Pizzaiolo are willing to make adjustments if you want to make tweaks to any of the staples. A downside – vegetarian options aren’t anything to shout about. In happier news, the birramisu, that classic Italian pudding served in a vessel normally used for ale, is a quirky indulgence, and the option of 75cl sharing beers from Italian Microbrewery 32 Via dei Birrai is unique to the city.
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Pre-theatre menu, Free wi-fi
- Capacity: 120
- Largest group: 120
- Open since: 2017
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 8
- House wine: £16 per bottle
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Best pizza in Glasgow22 May 2018
Glasgow Friends, here's where to load up on carbs
Pizza will always be our friend. Whether you need nothing more than a margherita or are all about loading up the base with all the toppings, Glasgow has a number of Italian restaurants and cafés to serve all of your pizza needs.