An imaginative concept where diners can create their own pizzas for takeaway or eating on the premises.
Here we have a restaurant boasting a technique that can cook a pizza in just 90 seconds. But speed is not the only thing that makes the difference at this former car park and office building that has been converted into a stylish monochrome pizzeria. There is a strong focus on locally sourced, good-quality ingredients and the environment, with everything from food waste to takeaway boxes, cutlery to beer glasses suitable for recycling. And the novelty doesn’t stop there. Diners can construct their own pizzas – choosing the dough, selecting sauce, toppings and finishing touches, before the server gives it the short, sharp cooking treatment. Everything is calorie-counted for those seeking healthy creations and all pizzas cost the same. For those who are less decisive, a half-and-half option makes it possible to create two pizzas in one, or there are pre-designed alternatives, including a chocolate and berry confection that is perfect for sharing as dessert. A self-service soda machine adds to the fun as an alternative to local beers or a limited selection of single-serve Italian wines.
Pizza’s Counter Culture.
Fully customisable pizzas, freshly made in front of you using only the best quality ingredients and finished with style. All pizzas priced at £9.50 no matter what you choose (except King Prawns).
Supported by a range of cool craft sodas, locally brewed beers, Italian wines and cocktails all served by @pizza’s ever-so-friendly Scottish Real Living Wage-paid staff (called The Pack), set in a strikingly modern restaurant design using imagery generated by local artists.
Consistently outstanding reviews on TripAdvisor, Facebook and Google.
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- Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Pop/rock
- Live entertainment: Live band Fridays and DJ Saturdays
- Capacity: 92
- Largest group: 92
- Open since: 2017
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 4
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