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Naples Pizzeria Known For ‘The Best Pizza In The World’ Is Coming To Manchester Very Soon

Laura Rogan Laura Rogan - Editor of Secret Manchester

Naples Pizzeria Known For ‘The Best Pizza In The World’ Is Coming To Manchester Very Soon

It’s considered not only the best pizza in Naples, but in the world.

Remember the scene in Eat, Pray, Love where Julia Roberts exclaimed that she was “having a relationship with her pizza”? Well, now us Mancs can too, because that very pizzeria – which was born in Naples in 1870 – is opening a brand new restaurant in Manchester, and we’re basically hyperventilating at the news.

I mean, sure, L’antica Pizzeria Da Michele has hot competition with Rudy’s – who also ranked in the top ten of Big7’s frequently-cited list – but given its credentials, we can say with certainty that seriously good pizza is in store.

Confirming the exciting news on social media, Barker Proudlove – retail property consultants with significant expertise in the North – announced that the pizzeria would be taking over a former Zizzi site on King Street, in a post that reads: “THE BEST PIZZA IN THE WORLD is coming to Manchester!!!

“Great Friday news – Barker Proudlove are proud to have completed a deal with @pizzeriadamichele to bring their world famous pizza to Manchester, in their new home at 53 King Street!

“Don’t just take our word for it! Global travel platform Big 7 rated these guys as the very best, ahead of our Mancunian favourites Rudy’s!”

The pizzeria, which has become renowned for its authentic, fuss-free Neapolitan pizzas, now has sites all over Italy, as well as in London, Barcelona, Berlin and Tokyo.

The restaurant specialises in just two pizzas – the classic Margherita, and a simple marinara. The two options represent the simplistic approach which is the most popular way to serve pizza in its homeland, Italy, with some Italians actually considering it sacrilege to add any extras to an already perfectly good bit of fodder. While that is true for Italy, the London arm of the restaurant appears to have a little more variation, with a lengthier pizza menu, pasta and other Italian treats.

There’s currently no word on an opening date, however, owners have officially begun teasing the new venue, showing off images of the grand interiors undergoing an Italian-inspired makeover.

Stay tuned for updates.

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