A Neon-Lit Pasta Spot Has Opened In One Of Leeds' Best Pizzerias

Published . By Sarah Bartlett.

Landing at MOD Pizza on Bond Street, Pazza is the lively spot that's promising fresh, locally sourced ingredients and handmade sauces. Slinging bowls of the stuff quicker than you can say “mamma mia," this new joint is going beyond late-night burgers and chips. But would the flavour match up?

Pazza Pasta MOD Pizza Leeds

No-frills: Pazza has your pasta needs covered. 

Glowing lights, live music and neon signs give Pazza an undeniably fun atmosphere. As for the food, there's a concise list of seven Italian favourites. From scialatelli carbonara (£8.45) to rigatoni bolognese (£8.75) and a simple pasta pomodoro (£5.95), there’s a dish for everyone.

I wanted to try something a tad more ‘adventurous’ so chose the chicken and chorizo alfredo (£8.75). It was creamy, as you’d expect, and the rigatoni pasta was cooked al dente which I like. A few more sundried tomatoes would‘ve been nice but the spiciness of the chorizo provided a tasty kick.

Pazza Pasta MOD Pizza Leeds

Take your pick from 7 classic Italian dishes.

There’s a vegan option too, with the veggie-packed pasta alla norma (£7.95) ladened with juicy courgettes, roasted red peppers and spinach. And if you like your pasta your way, they’ve catered for that too. For £9.45 you can design your own dish - choose your pasta, pick your sauce and decide your own toppings. Bellissimo.

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If you’re short on time and looking for a quick bite in a relaxed spot while you’re out and about in Leeds, give Pazza a punt. There's a real buzz about the place and its open kitchen means you can order at the counter, grab a beverage and watch the chefs whizz together your pasta right there in front of you.... they’ll certainly curb your carb cravings.

Pazza is located at MOD Pizza, 37 Bond Street, LS1 5BQ. Still hungry? Get your foodie fix with our guide to the best restaurants in Leeds.