Let’s go on a mouth-watering journey through the best pizza in Bristol, from local favourites to hidden gems, and provide you with some great recommendations, As a fellow Pizza lover from Bristol I can tell you we are spoilt for choice when it comes to Pizza and you will not leave disappointed!
Located in many popular areas across Bristol, Pizzarova has quickly gained a reputation for serving some of the best pizzas in the city. With their handcrafted sourdough crusts and the finest locally-sourced ingredients. The moment you step into Pizzarova, you are greeted by a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The modern, rustic decor perfectly complements the artisanal approach to pizza making, setting the stage for a memorable dining experience. The open kitchen allows diners to watch skilled pizza artists meticulously prepare each pizza, adding to the overall charm of the restaurant.
Pizzarova is dedicated to using quality local ingredients from local suppliers in their pizzas, For example, the Mozzarella is from down the road in Glastonbury, the Cheeses are from Bruton and the beers and ciders are all brewed locally. The restaurant also offers a variety of vegan and gluten-free options, ensuring that no one misses out on the Pizzarova experience.
Locations: Gloucester Road, Park Street, North Street & Wapping Wharf
it’s impossible to ignore the rave reviews and mouthwatering reputation of Bertha’s Pizza. This popular pizzeria located in the popular Wapping Wharf has won the hearts of locals and tourists alike with its delicious, handcrafted pizzas and welcoming atmosphere.
Bertha’s Pizza was founded on a simple yet powerful principle: to make the best pizza possible, using the finest ingredients and traditional techniques.
This pizzeria is known for its unique slow pizza technique, where the dough is fermented for at least a day and baked at 500 degrees for just 60 to 90 seconds. The result is a mouthwatering pizza that features fresh, locally sourced ingredients
In addition to these delicious pizzas, Bertha’s also offers signature Negroni cocktails and homemade gelato, providing a well-rounded dining experience.
With its commitment to high-quality local ingredients, inventive flavour combinations, and a cosy atmosphere, Bertha’s Pizza is undoubtedly one of the best pizza spots in Bristol.
Location: The Old Gaol Stables Cumberland Road BS1 6WW
3. Flour and Ash
Flour and Ash is a name that frequently pops up in Bristol’s pizza scene. Established in 2014, this pizzeria has quickly gained a loyal following for its delicious, authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas, cooked to perfection in its wood-fired oven. With a rustic interior and a warm, welcoming atmosphere, Flour and Ash is the perfect place to enjoy a tasty slice of pizza on the popular busy Whiteladies Road.
At Flour and Ash, the emphasis is on using top-quality ingredients to create their mouth-watering pizzas. The dough is made from a mixture of ’00’ flour and locally milled wholemeal flour, giving it a unique texture and flavour that sets it apart from other pizzerias. The dough is then left to rest for at least 48 hours, allowing it to develop its signature airy, light, and chewy crust.
It’s worth mentioning they have a set £10 lunch menu at certain times of the week including an incredible offer where kids eat free! Check their website below and select the menu for the full details.
Whether you’re looking for a casual lunch spot or an evening out with friends, Flour and Ash is a great choice for authentic, wood-fired pizza in Bristol.
Location: 50 Whiteladies Rd, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2NH
4. BOSCO Pizzeria
A haven for pizza enthusiasts. With their dedication to authentic Italian techniques and locally sourced ingredients, BOSCO delivers pizzas that are simply sublime each bite is a burst of flavours that will transport you from Whiteladies Road to Italy.
It’s not just the food that’s worth raving about. Bosco Pizzeria cultivates an atmosphere that’s as warm and inviting as the pizzas it serves. The ambience is cosy and welcoming, making it a perfect spot for a casual lunch or a relaxed dinner with friends or family
The menu at Bosco Pizzeria is extensive, featuring a variety of pizzas with different toppings, as well as a selection of pasta, large plates, salads, and desserts. The restaurant also offers a good selection of wines and beers to accompany your meal
Location: 96 Whiteladies Rd Bristol BS8 2QX
5. Beerd: Craft Beer & Pizza
If your love for pizza is matched by your appreciation for craft beer, then Beerd is a destination you simply cannot miss. This hip, contemporary joint combines the best of both worlds.
Customers rave about the quality of the pizza at Beerd Bristol, with many praising the crispy sourdough crust and generous toppings. One of the standout features of Beerd Bristol’s pizzas is how creative they get with their toppings making pizza combinations you wont find anywhere else in Bristol.
The restaurant has an impressive selection of beers on tap, including local brews and international favourites. The knowledgeable staff are always happy to recommend a beer to complement your Pizza or to try something new.
The atmosphere at Beerd Bristol is relaxed and welcoming, with a rustic decor that adds to the charm of the restaurant. The restaurant also has outdoor seating, making it a great spot to enjoy a pizza and a beer on a sunny day.
Whether you’re a fan of classic pizza toppings or looking to try something new and adventurous, Beerd Bristol’s pizza menu has something for everyone including a range of vegetarian and vegan options
Location: 157-159 ST Michael’s Hill, Bristol, BS2 BD8
6. Pizza on the Park
Located on Park Street across from the must visit Wills Memorial building in the heart of the city, this popular restaurant serves up delicious Neapolitan-style pizzas made with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.
In addition to its delicious pizza, the restaurant also offers a range of Italian-inspired dishes, including salads and pastas. The atmosphere at Pizza on the Park is relaxed and casual, making it a great spot for a casual lunch or dinner with friends or family.
With its convenient location on Park Street, Pizza on the Park is easily accessible by public transportation and offers great views of the city
Location: 31 Berkeley Square Clifton, Bristol BS8 1HP
7. Franco Manca
It’s impossible not to mention Franco Manca. This popular pizzeria has made a name for itself in multiple cities across the UK by serving up delectable sourdough pizzas that are inspired by the authentic flavours of Naples.
The secret to Franco Manca’s success lies in their slow-rising sourdough base. Made from a unique blend of organic, stoneground flour, the dough is left to ferment for at least 20 hours before being baked in a wood-fired oven. This process results in a light, airy crust that carries a subtle tang and a delightful chewiness, perfectly complementing the pizzeria’s choice of toppings.
Location: Grd Floor & Basement, 16-22 Clare Street, Bristol, BS1 1YG