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Looking for the best pizza in Edinburgh? Whether you are searching for a stone baked base or build your own pizza, our guide details where to dine in, pick up or order as a pizza takeaway for delivery. Let us help you source the the perfect pizza place for a special occasion, casual dining or delivery.
Best Pizza in Edinburgh City Centre
Civerinos For New York Style Pizza Served in a Dining Room
Civerinos is a pizza success story in Edinburgh.
Located just off the Royal Mile on Hunter Square, you can’t miss the original Civerinos with its 80s style electric blue and pink logo and flower boxes.
Inside is a food and fashion photographer’s dream!
Expect pink seats, wood panelled walls and black and a white floor, it’s as if a a diner and jazz club had a baby and out popped this pizza joint.
The menu consists of Italian street food with balls and bombs for starters and 12 inch pizzas made from 00 flour topped with a secret own marzano tomato sugo.
Customers can choose from ten meat and veg options plus three vegan pizzas for £10-15.
Drinks include cocktails, boozy or virgin slush of the day, wine, beer and soft drinks.
Civerinos For Slices By The Sea and in the City, and Corstorphine
In addition to the dining room, Civerinos has three pizza slice bars at Forrest Road (Student Quarter), Corstorphine in the west and at Portobello Beach for a saucy seaside experience with truffle aioli fries.
‘Big as your face’ slices start at just under £4 with 30 inch pies kicking off at just under £20.
Prefer to eat yourself silly at home? Civerinos delivers.
@Pizza For Design Your Own Pizza
At Pizza or @Pizza is one of the more unique pizza places in Edinburgh as you choose your pizza in stages just as you would build a sandwich.
Located in the West End (4 Charlotte Lane) and now with a coveted position on the Royal Mile, one of the pros of @Pizza is the speed in which you go from ordering to devouring.
After choosing your location, the first step is to choose your pizza base, then sauce, decide on which cheese, finally don’t forget your veggies and your protein.
Then move along the counter until it is baked in front of you.
Pay and off you pop to eat your pizza.
Two toppings for under £9 is an affordable City Centre pizza option.
There’s also three dessert pizzas if you prefer something sweet or fruity.
Oh and it’s rectangular not round!
@Pizza has a collection and delivery service too.
Cold Town House For Castle Views, Beer and Stone Baked Pizza
Why does pizza taste so good after a few drinks?
Combine day drinks with Edinburgh Castle views at Cold Town House (4 Grassmarket) then tuck into a stone baked Neapolitan pizza with flavoursome tomato topping and gooey cheese.
I am honestly salivating remembering this pizza lunch…
Pizzas are hand stretched and cooked in an artisan built wood fired oven from Naples.
There are ten pizzas all named after Edinburgh neighbourhoods or attractions (£10-15) and are six dips such as pesto to tomato chilli jam.
Mmmm pizza crust dipping.
Visiting with kids? Go for the bambino menu mini pizza.
Gluten free bases are available with any of the pizzas and vegetarian/vegan options included.
Sweet tooth? Try the Nutella pizza!
As the kitchen uses fine flour, you need to contact Cold Town House in advance to let them know about a severe wheat allergy.
Let the server know about other allergies when you order.
Wash it all down with a Cold Town House brewed beer or frose.
There’s not shortage of things to do near Cold Town House as it sits in the shadows on Edinburgh Castle, on the Grassmaket in the Old Town.
Walk off some pizza by heading up the Miss Jean Brodie steps of The Vennel to get that Instagram pic of the castle, bar hop through the Grassmarket, to the Cowgate and back up to the Royal Mile or wander up Edinburgh’s Diagon Alley, Victoria Street.
Pizza in Leith and Abbeyhill
Matto Pizza (12 Cadzow Place) is a little out of the way in Abbeyhill but the good news is that it delivers pizza around Edinburgh.
The shop itself has a few window seats but the space is pretty bagged up with delivery drivers.
Close by is a great pub called Safari if you fancy a pint while you wait on your pizza order.
The Belhaven Taproom is also nearby.
Matto’s Neapolitan style pizza dough is made from 00 flour and is baked at 500 degrees for 60 seconds or less.
The ‘dough nerds’ use San Marzano tomatoes and Fior di Latte Mozzarella then your toppings of choice.
Pizzas start at £6.
Pure Pizza/Go Pizza
The name of this place has confused us for a while but both Pure Pizza and Go Pizza have the same address at 6 Morningside Drive so we’re going to assume they are the same pizza delivery in Edinburgh.
Pure Pizza can be ordered from Deliveroo and Go Pizza from Ubereats.
There’s a fair bit of variety with the Create Your Own 12 inch pizza including gluten free, dairy free, vegan and halal.
Pizza toppings include vegetables, meats and seafood. Choose between 1-4 for just under £10.
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