Eight Leeds restaurants to celebrate National Pizza Day

Whether you’re a fan of the deep dish or thin crust there is a pizza place in Leeds for you this National Pizza Day.

Friday, 8th February 2019, 4:03 pm
Updated Saturday, 9th February 2019, 9:37 am
Celebrate National Pizza Day in style. Pic: Pixabay

Check out these eight suggestions:

Wood fired pizza is what Pizza Fella believes in. The restaurant has been on Vicar Lane since 2016 and has become a dining hot spot. Dough is made with just four ingredients, Caputo flour, water, salt, and yeast.
It sells pizza by the slice, its in house pizza slingers - otherwise known as dough boys - hand stretch the pizza dough. There are always at least six pizza toppings available with vegan options always on the menu.

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Your pizza, pizza, your way, is the motto at MOD Pizza. With more than 30 toppings there is plenty of choice even for the pickiest of eaters.
Beer dough pizza sounds a little unusual but the combination of Italian flour and the brewerys own brand of beer is a real crowd pleaser. The dough is freshly made every morning and is made into 7, 12 and 18-inch pizzas.
The pizza menu includes all the classics from margherita to Napolitana. The house pizza Gallery 41 is garnished with ham, salami, pancetta, pepperoni, and rocket leaves.
Pizzaluxe strives to use luxury ingredients but charges an affordable price for its pizza. Toppings are sourced from small artisan suppliers and are made into ten plus pizza varieties.
A casual trattoria offering a menu of classic Italian dishes including wood fired pizzas. The pizza oven throws the smell of freshly baked pizza throughout the restaurant.
Salvatore Dammone opened Salvo's Restaurant in 1976. It serves classical Italian dishes with modern touches in stylish surrounds.