The top 10 pizza restaurants in the UK have been revealed by TripAdvisor – and it’s a Manchester pizzeria that has been crowned the best.
Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza, in the Ancoats area of the city, claimed top spot after a raft of positive reviews, with one even saying it serves ‘the best pizza outside of Naples’.
The ranking is based on the reviews and opinions of TripAdvisor diners, taking into account the quality and quantity of reviews.
The top 10 pizza restaurants in the UK have been revealed by TripAdvisor – and it’s Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza in Manchester, pictured, that is in the top spot
Rudy’s earned a raft of positive reviews, with one even saying it serves ‘the best pizza outside of Naples’. Pictured is a Rudy’s pizza
Coming second on the list is Double Zero 00 Neapolitan Pizza, which is also in Manchester, and is named after the 00 grade given to the finest milled grain on the Italian flour scale.
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An ex-pizza chef claimed it was the best pizza he had ever had.
In third place is Paesano in Glasgow, which has an open kitchen, meaning diners can see their pizza being prepared before being placed in a wood-fired oven.
Double Zero 00 Neapolitan Pizza (pictured), which is also in Manchester, came second on the list
1. Rudy’s Neapolitan, Manchester
2. Double Zero 00 Pizza, Manchester
3. Paesano, Bath
4. The Oven Pizzeria, Bath
5. The White Rabbit, Oxford
6. Dough Pizza Restaurant, Bath
7. Civerinos, Edinburgh
8. The Real Italian Pizza Co, Bath
9. Crust, Liverpool
10. Calabrisella, Cardiff
The Oven Pizzeria in Bath takes fourth place with one reviewer saying on TripAdvisor that the pizza served was better than some they had eaten in Italy.
Rounding off the top five is the White Rabbit pub in Oxford, which TripAdvisor says serves an intriguing Mad Hatter Calzone, where the toppings are kept as a surprise.
In sixth place is Dough Pizza Restaurant in Bath, with customers saying they are impressed by the Poker pizza – a star-shaped pizza with four different toppings.
While Civerinos in Edinburgh, which started as a street food cart and transformed into a restaurant in 2015, takes seventh spot.
The White Rabbit pub in Oxford, pictured, came fifth in the ranking. TripAdvisor says it serves an intriguing Mad Hatter Calzone, where the toppings are kept as a surprise
The Real Italian Pizza Co in Bath is ranked eighth with TripAdvisor diners saying it is the ‘closest place outside of Rome to Italian pizza’.
Crust in Liverpool takes ninth spot on the list, with diners singing the praises online of the five different types of crust that they can order including five gran, black dough and organic.
And in 10th place is Calabrisella in Cardiff, which is owned by three high school friends and has reviews praising its ‘great value for money’.
Don’t want to follow the TripAdvisor crowds to a pizza joint?
There are some other top notch UK pizzerias well worth checking out that aren’t on the site’s top 10 list.
Let’s begin by turning to eateries that received gongs at the National Pizza Awards.
Earlier this month it distributed awards for pizza of the year, pizza chef of the year and the technical pizza award.
Scooping the pizza of the year award was vegan pizza restaurant Purezza, in Camden, north London, which impressed judges with its ‘parmigiana party’ dish.
Pizza chef of the year was named as Luigi Marino, who works at Tre Ciccio in Altrincham, Manchester.
The technical pizza award when to Marco Fuso, who makes traditional Neapolitan pizza at the Baked and Battered restaurant in Surrey.
Meanwhile Purezza picked up a second award, the special prize of the Salvo 1968 Mystery Box for its Autumn in London pizza.
Then there’s the London branch of Naples’ famed L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele at 199 Baker Street, NW1.
Some say that no where on the planet serves better pizza.
The Naples outlet rose to global fame after it appeared in the Julia Roberts movie Eat Pray Love.
Want to learn even more about where to eat good pizza? Then read Where to Eat Pizza by Daniel Young.
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