Mozza White Rose: Leeds pizzeria's new menu with unusual specials - including a pizza with potato cream base

A Leeds restaurant specialising in Neapolitan pizza has launched its new spring menu.
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Mozza first opened at the White Rose Shopping Centre in south Leeds back in May 2021, serving up a range of authentic, wood-fired pizzas.

General manager Daniele Teti said: “At Mozza Leeds, we take great pride in our Italian heritage and the art of crafting authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas. Our new pizza menu showcases a variety of fresh, high-quality ingredients that come together in perfect harmony to create a true taste of Italy. From classic Margherita to bold and creative combinations, each pizza is made with love and attention to detail, delivering a delicious slice of Italy right to your plate. We are super excited to share our latest creations with our customers and hope to delight everyone who visits our restaurant.”

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Pizza lovers can enjoy a new scamorza (Italian smoked cheese) with Fior di Latte mozzarella, mushrooms, and truffle oil, or opt for the yellow Vesuvian sun-blazed tomato base, Fior di Latte mozzarella, topped with rocket, sweet red Vesuvian tomatoes and mini buffalo mozzarella.

Mozza has introduced a new menu at its restaurant in the White Rose Shopping Centre.Mozza has introduced a new menu at its restaurant in the White Rose Shopping Centre.
Mozza has introduced a new menu at its restaurant in the White Rose Shopping Centre.

The spring menu also includes three new specials – a potato cream base, porchetta (Italian pork belly), Fior de Latte mozzarella and grated caciocavallo cheese; a Fior de Latte mozzarella, taleggio dolce cheese, gorgonzola, radicchio and walnuts; and tomato sugo, vegan cheese, spinach, red peppers and pumpkin squash.

The restaurant, which has 4.5 star ratings on TripAdvisor and Google Reviews based on customer reviews, also serves a vegan cheese pizza and sourdough sandwiches.