3rd August 2016 at 1pm
This property on Marshall Street has changed hands several times in the last few years. Now as Wildmanwood Pizza, could it now find a permanent resident? It has trendy stripped interiors but still manages to be comfortable. We sat at one of the window benches, perfect for watching the world go by.
It will come as no surprise for you to learn that Wildmanwood offers pizza. They also offer some salads on the lunch menu we tried, for the health conscious of you. We obviously went for pizza. The choices offer some of the standard toppings such as the margherita and diavola to some more unusual combinations. I went for the diavola and my dining partner went for a morcilla and apple pickle pizza (see -unusual). Wildmanwood also offer a number of dips. We went for the wild garlic aioli.
We didn’t have to wait too long for the food. The pizzas were of a decent size but not too overfacing, particularly for lunch. Mine was quite nice and I did like the fact there was some rocket on it. It was very tomato heavy rather than cheesy, which I liked but it’s not everyone’s bag. The aioli was absolutely delicious and I ate more crust than I really should have managed due to this beauty. Next to me, the morcilla and Apple pickle pizza was not quite as good. She felt the apple didn’t taste that pickled and didn’t really work on a pizza, at least in big chunks. That being said, she still liked the pizza overall and felt it was cooked well.
Wildmanwood Pizza is good place if you are looking for something a bit different.
Food – 7.5/10
Service – 8/10
Atmosphere – 7.5/10
Value – 9/10
Would I eat here again? Probably
Cost £19 for two pizzas, 1 dip and two soft drinks.