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Pizzastorm, Nottingham
Graham Clark, Features Writer
Making the pizzas
A new chain of pizza restaurants has recently launched called Pizzastorm. Already established in Newcastle and Nottingham, Yorkshire in between these two cities is surely the next place they will open.

There is already another competitor with the same idea as Pizzastorm but I have to admit that the pizzas here are far superior.

The idea is the same in that you order your pizza from the counter and then your pizza is made in front of you. The prices are very reasonable too with a Margherita Pizza costing £4.75.

It was pleasing to see that they have complimentary iced water that comes with lemon.

Fresh salad
The House Salad was fresh and copious whilst the Garlic Ciabatta breadbites at £2.25 were hot and very moreish.

You are given a buzzer that is placed on your table which lights up when your pizza is going through to be served to your table.

The hand stretched sour dough base at 11inch is a good size for all the pizzas. You can create your own pizza with all the various toppings they have which number nearly 50 different varieties.

Loaded four cheese pizza
My loaded cheese pizza was finely divided with plenty of mozzarella balls, Cheddar and Red Leicester, whilst my partner's Margherita was said to be a good pizza.

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They don't really do an extensive dessert menu.

There is soft ice cream which you help yourself to from a machine, then there is Nutella Calzone and also a Fruit Pot at £1.50.

With friendly staff who all seem part of a team it felt like you were welcome there. It is quite a labour intensive operation making the pizzas fresh including the dough and there were 11 staff on shift during our visit.

If they open in Yorkshire they would offer a fresh alternative to the regular pizza chains.

Pizzastorm,
37 Milton Street,
Nottingham NG1 3EN
Telephone 0115 947 3262
www.pizzastorm.pizza

Pizzastorm, Nottingham, 19th December 2017, 20:47 PM