Category: Food and Drink

Are you craving a slice of pizza? Indulge in a meat feast, try something spicy, or be the centre of controversy and top your pizza with pineapple. Whether you're after a deep pan, sourdough, or even a thin crust, there are some mouthwatering pizza specialists here in Plymouth.

We've narrowed down five pizza restaurants you should definitely try on your visit!

Take a look!


Knead Pizza

Knead Pizza started their restaurant journey in Plymouth Market as a takeaway stall. Their Neapolitan-style dough grew so popular they made their move to Grade 1 listed Prysten House - one of Plymouth's oldest buildings.

Offering a Tuscan villa vibe, their new restaurant prides itself on local ingredients, and their pizzas are well worth a try. Take on an original Margherita or try something funky with the BBQ Dreamz.


The Stable

Sourdough specialists The Stable are well-renowned for their superb pizza on Sutton Harbour.

Spread across two floors, with an outdoor dining area and a balcony overlooking The Barbican, it is one of the best spots for a slice of pizza in the city.

Their menu boasts locally-made ingredients and features a special Plymouth-based pizza the 'slice of Plymouth'. Wash your food down with the restaurant's well-renowned Cider Tasting Board which consists of 5 ciders that are still, sparkling, fruity or more traditional in taste.



Head to the fascinating buildings of the Royal William Yard and you'll come across Wildwood!

Located right on the waterfront, enjoy the restaurant's recently updated menu which includes classic, artisan and even calzone-style pizzas!

The beautiful courtyard offers a quaint setting to tuck into a delicious pizza.

Franco Manca

It's hard to miss Plymouth's latest pizza restaurant Franco Manca which opened its doors in March at Drake Circus, The Barcode in Plymouth city centre.

The beloved nationwide-recognised restaurant champions its sourdough base which has been proved for over 24 hours to make it oh-so-crisp for eating.

A popular choice here is 'Franco's Favourite.' A pizza topped with Italian smoked beef, mozzarella, wild rocket, Franco's Grana, capers from Salina, with a black pepper and lemon dressing.



Just opposite Franco Manca is the popular Italian restaurant Zizzi! Serving several pizza variations, including their Rustica range!

Their pizzas are much-loved and well worth a try!


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