Best pizza in Belfast

Wael Makki | Date posted - 19 Oct 2018
Sometimes there’s nothing you crave more than some good, heavy carbs. And nothing better to fulfill this craving than a crusty authentic italian pizza. Whether you went hard last night, need comfort food or just feel like having some good italian dish, pizza is always the right answer. By the way, did you know that pizza results in dopamine production (which is basically the chemical released when having sex)? So peeps, let’s produce some good dopamine! We’ve listed for you the best pizza in Belfast. Prego!


Located in the lively Great Victorian Street in the heart of Belfast, Fratelli takes you to an oasis of Italian charm with its red brick walls and rustic decor. Their food is cooked with the finest and freshest seasonal ingredients and their menu is adapted to everyone, whether you’re a meat lover, vegetarian, or gluten intolerant. Still not convinced? Well, they have amazing offers. On Monday, enjoy their “buy one and get one for free” discount and beat those start of the week blues. And on Tuesday, it’s ladies night! Get a good meal for £14.95, or pay £25 and your food will come with a private screening of your favorite chick flick. Nothing better than some good Italian carbs and a Nicholas Sparks chef d’oeuvre to kick off the week.

Solo Restaurant & Bar

Italian, Indian, Spanish, Tapas
Situated across the road from Belfast City Hall, this trendy and chilled out restaurant is the place to be seen in town. Their a la carte menu offers great different kinds of specialised pizzas such as Formaggio e cipolla, Tandoori chicken, Rustica, and others. But really the best part is that their dough is homemade (insert heart eyes emoji). Plus, if your friends are fed up with pizza (how dare they!) Solo Restaurant & Bar offers other menus and cuisines such as Spanish and Indian. Oh, and for those of you who have a sweet tooth, don’t miss out on their dessert and cocktail menu, it’s basically heaven.

Il Pirata

“Belfast has its own answer to Polpo and Co over in London. And if anything, the cooking’s even better” Joe Warwick, the Guardian Newspaper. This cool and authentic restaurant surely serve one of the best pizzas in Belfast. Their toppings include very unusual but yummy products such as confit duck, truffle oil or goat cheese. Their menu changes seasonally to offer the best in seasonal local produce. Special announcement for the vegan community: these guys have great options for you.


With a modern venue and a warm and friendly atmosphere, Quartisan is an exciting new opening for Belfast. Located in the famous Cathedral Quarter in the heart of the city, the restaurant offers different kinds of food such as pasta, rice, grill, and of course pizza (which are only £8 btw). Their menu reads like a classic, quality North African neighbourhood brasserie crossed with a good italian restaurant. And they also have live music. What else do you need?
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