After a long hard week of work, there’s no better way to treat yourself than to get a delicious freshly baked pizza. In Sheffield there are loads of places you can chow down on a cheesy slice of the good stuff, but where serves the best pizza in town?

Craft and Dough

Review. Craft and Dough.

Surrounded by old factory buildings and, of course, real ale pubs aplenty, you will find one of the finest pizza joints in town. One of the newest places on the list, Craft & Dough, opened its doors in November last year.

Since then, it has become one of the most popular restaurants in the city. If you want a delicious thin crust pizza, this is the place to go. Curry-lovers will adore the Tandoori Chicken Pizza which includes a crunchy sprinkle of Bombay mix.

If it’s spice you want, though, you have to opt for the n’Duja – the oh-so-spicy sausage will have your mouth on fire. The staff are always more than welcoming and if you buy six pizzas, you get one free!

Craft and Dough, 1A Kelham Sq, Kelham Island, S3 8SD, 0114 276 2803, more info

Bloo 88

Bloo 88 Pizzeria and Bar on West Street, Sheffield.Sometimes, you just can’t decide between heading to the pub and going to a pizza place – am I right? Well, when you are faced with such a mind-boggling dilemma, you should probably take a walk up West Street.

Bloo 88 is a cosy pub that also serves delicious, thin pizzas. As well as a range of classic pizzas, this place serves some weird and rather wonderful concoctions. If you’re at all a fan of Caribbean food, you should try the Kingston 5 – which includes more than a fair helping of jerk chicken.

Bloo 88, 182 West st, S1 4ET, 0114 270 6264, more info


When you step inside Piccolo’s, you feel as though you’re a million miles away from the steel city. The authentic style Italian décor could have you believing you were in the heart of Florence, eating some of the greatest dishes in the city.

The family-run restaurant is actually the perfect date location, especially if you are hoping to impress. And, if candle-lit meals are your thing, you can’t go far wrong with this cosy, little eatery. As you’d imagine, the meals are authentic (the menu is even in Italian) and, of course, they’re truly delicious.

As if that weren’t enough to entice you, Piccolo’s also boasts a rather impressive wine menu.

Piccolo’s Italian Restaurant, 3 Convent Walk, S3 7RX, 0114 249 5040, more info


Nestled on the lively streets of Sheffield is a small slice of pure Italian goodness. BB’s has been feeding steel city citizens since 1999, and is now one of the most beloved places in all of town.

The kitchen staff all hail from Italy, which means that every single bite is just as authentic as it looks. The best thing about this cute little eatery? They have a ‘bring your own wine’ policy. Oh yes.

BB’s Italian Restaurant, 119 Devonshire St, S3 7SB, 0114 279 9394, more info

Cafe Piazza

Cafe Piazza stands just a stone’s throw away from Sheffield Cathedral and is the perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon. This is the kind of place where the staff remember your face and the vibe is ultimately very laid back. With classic extra thin crust pizzas and even a calzone or two, the cafe is extremely good value for money.

You can eat (and drink) well for under a tenner, which is something of a rarity in the centre of town. When you are finished with your meal, you must sup on some freshly brewed Italian coffee or even have a glass of wine.


Cafe Piazza, 18 Church St, S1 2GN, 0114 275 1500, more info

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