Best Pizza in Birmingham
The dish of kings, pizza is a heralded plate of grub; be it a post-night out pick me up or your preferred pick for a date night in the city. Whilst we all may argue that a BBQ base is better than tomato, that green olives are better than black and that chorizo may be the single best thing to happen to pizza, it's clear that we all have our own hankerings for it, and luckily for you, Birmingham boasts a wealth of the stuff. Check out our recommendations for some great places to chow down on pizza in Birmingham and tuck into some sweet Italian delight.
Last updated on 31st May 2016
It's all about humble honest bites at the Victoria as they boast some of the best rustic pizzas in Birmingham. Head on down for a fun and charming pub experience set alongside authentic Italian plates and serious pizza toppings.
Make no bones about it, Revolution boast some of the most pocket friendly pizzas in the city. Who said you had to pay through the nose for a delicious slab of cheese and dough anyway? Promising a petite but ample selection of stone-baked treats from pepperoni to their Vodka glazed special, these dinner delights will set you back anything from a mere £6.95.
Like your pizza piled high? Brimming with classic fare, a hearty amount of cheese and a silly slathering of sauce? You've come to the right place. Known for their American fare, Coast To Coast are boasting a selection of pizzas, Chicago style. With their inch thick bases, coatings of tangy BBQ flavours, pulled pork, chicken and international cheese the like, these boisterous bases will set you back from as little as £10.25.
Keeping things strictly European when it comes to pizza in Birmingham is affordable city favourite, Red Peppers. Head on down for chunky pizza bites and authentic flavours set alongside a roster of international bottles of wine.
Ah, now here's a more bespoke destination for a little fine pizza in Birmingham. A dapper restaurant bar known for its furthermore dapper diners, Piccolino is the place to get dressed to the nines, yet still indulge in a little classic Italian fare. From a hearty cheese filled calzone to the often controversial fiorentina, Piccolino may boast a selection of pizza's you've already heard of, but at £10.50, you're paying for a lush enviroment and top notch fare.
This is some top notch thin crust delight if ever we had the luck of laying our lips on it. Boasting a sweet selection of international flavours, The Plough don't settle for margherita must-haves, but you'll still get one of that's your favourite. From smoked pancetta and a fresh basil topping to beef carpaccio and gorgonzola, The Plough promise a bespoke pizza base and fanciful flavours on top.
One of the coolest places to chow down in the city, The Stable is host to some of the best pizza in Birmingham. Not only urban and rustic, their pizzas are firmly set alongside a top roster of craft beers and pints.