Pizza Punks

15 reviews

90 St Vincent Street, G2 5UB

City Centre, Glasgow

Cuisine: Bar Food, Pizza

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About Pizza Punks

  • Food: 4

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 3

    Vegan pizza

    Great choice of pizza toppings.Bit expensive but they have vegan options and vegan cheese!
    Alison Morton - dined in restaurant 31/10/2017
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Unlimited toppings AND freak shakes? I’m in!!!

    Delightfully hip pizza joint with flat fee of £9.95 for humongous stone baked hand rolled pizza with unlimited toppings. Got some curveballs to choose from like Irn Bru or chocolate flavoured meat and banana. Thoroughly recommend throwing on a bit of pumkpkin. Perfect for catching up with friends and easy on the purse strings.
    Julie Parker - dined in restaurant 11/10/2017

Artisan, wood-fired pizza in Glasgow city centre

With its exposed brick, neon signs and metal work, Pizza Punks looks as edgy and urban as the name suggests. While the decor is all about the rebel yell at this St Vincent Street venue, the welcome is warm, informal and attentive. Creative cocktails, craft beers, wine and frizzante on tap, milkshakes and a wide variety of soft drinks mean that customers will never go thirsty.

Build your own artisan pizza

Punk was all about doing it yourself. Pizza Punks is similar in that it encourages customers to design their own pizza before it is cooked in the monster wood-fired oven. Diners can punk up their sourdough base with unlimited artisan toppings – all for one price – or choose from a list of combinations such as chipotle and chocolate pulled pork, jalapeños and roast corn salsa. From the Ayrshire bacon and nduja to the fior di latte and scarmoza cheeses, the toppings are excellent quality. Table snacks such as candied bacon; excellent cheese and charcuterie boards; salads, a sweet pizza and a huge range of ice cream complete the Pizza Punks offer.

City centre attractions and transport

Pizza Punks is on St Vincent Street in Glasgow city centre. There is limited on-street parking and several pay car parks nearby, for example on Mitchell Street. The transport hubs of Central and Queen Street train stations are a five minute walk. Nearby attractions include Cineworld, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and The Pavilion Theatre.

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