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Pizzarova’s Big Flavours and Tasty Toppings on Gloucester Road and Wapping Wharf

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Pizzarova is mighty tasty

If you’ve taken a stroll along the harbourside recently, beneath the towering cargo cranes to the corner of M Shed, you may have seen a strange new crate plonked on the pavement.

Well, next time you’re there — and hunger strikes — bowl on over and take a closer look… It’s a new pop-up pizza joint called Pizzarova and their food is top-notch.

Already well established on the Gloucester Road, Pizzarova have started branching out to festivals and food markets, and have recently turned their attentions to hungry pizza lovers south of the city.

pizzarova menu

They make pizza the old-fashioned way, using a sourdough that’s been fed for nearly 70 years to create a light and airy dough packed full of flavour. Roughly chopped ingredients of your choice are piled on top and the results are lip-smacking.

If time is of the essence, £6 will get you ‘The Lady’ — a traditional Margerita. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it, right?

But if you’re keen to experiment a little further with the diverse ingredients on offer, you can chuck on your own choice of toppings for £9 or Pizzarova’s rotating specialities for £10. Kids’ sized pizzas are available for £4, and you can add in a round of garlic bread for £4 too.

 

Once your pizza is done it emerges fresh from the wood-fired oven, before a little olive oil and rocket finish the job. The rest is up to you…
Look out for Pizzarova’s #FREEPIZZAFRIDAY promotions on Facebook and Twitter, and give them a follow for news on the latest ingredients and freshest flavours coming out of the ovens.

Pizzarova Wapping Warf Address: Wapping Wharf, Wapping Road, Bristol, BS14RW

Pizzarova Gloucester Road Address: 289 Gloucester Rd, Bristol, Somerset BS7 8NY

To read more about the flavours to savour on Bristol Harbour, read cjcallaghan’s harbourside pub blog. 

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Chris Callaghan

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Born and raised on the banks of the Norfolk Broads, Chris made his way through Yorkshire, Normandy, Champagne, Asia, South America and London, before falling head-over-heels for Bristol’s vibrant street art and food scenes. Chris writes for fun, for the creative buzz and for a living, and loves waxing lyrical on Bristol’s diverse culinary offerings. You’ll find him spinning through the Mendip Hills by bike, sharpening his squash skills, swimming in local lakes and rivers, or slurping fine zider on Bristol Harbour with his wife.