Another arm to the country-wide Tony Macaroni group, specialising in Neapolitan pizza, with sharing beer from 32 Via dei Birrai, the first Italian microbrewery.
Proudly Neapolitan, Mozza’s ethos isn't difficult to get behind before even setting eyes (and mouth) on its fluffy dough. Inside is spacious with clean lines, modern tabletops and a monochrome palette. The compact menu offers 13 pizzas, each topped with the best of Italy’s larder: ‘nduja sausage, pesto, salami, olives, and, of course, lashings of mozzarella. You'll be hard-pushed to find similar toppings elsewhere, and the gorgonzola, Parma ham, fig and balsamic jam, rocket and crushed walnuts offering can be hailed a masterpiece. Order placed, you’ll barely clink glasses and say ‘saluti’ before pizzas appear, boasting dough that reaches new heights. It's surprisingly light, dodging that typical stodgy after-effect thanks to the elbow-grease worked into every base; a 72-hour process carried out by Mozza's pizzaioli. Next, it’s laid into the wood-burning oven for 45 seconds and – hey presto! – pizza in under a minute. Between mouthfuls, sip on craft beer from Italy’s first microbrewery, 32 Via dei Birrai, served in wine-sized bottles, and complete your Neapolitan tour with a pairing suggestion from the smiling staff.
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Pre-theatre menu, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Contemporary
- 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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