Being massive pizza lovers, a few of the GlasgowLiving team decided to head to Pizza Punks after hearing amazing things. We went along to try out some of the Artisan & Wood Fired Pizzas and as expect we were not disappointed…

GlasgowLiving Pizza Punks Entrance, Pink Neon Lights, Main Door, Anarchy sign
 The best way to describe Pizza Punks would be ‘Casual Dining’. The venue was really interesting – stripped back to bare brickwork with neon signs on the walls and windows. A highlight would be the “Love Will Tear Us Apart Again” sign… ‘tear’… pizza… get it?! The wood-burning oven where the pizzas are prepared in, is also on display, which gives off a really nice touch.

GlasgowLiving, Window, quote, Love will tear us apart again, Bench, Menus, red text, neon lightsBest For: Meeting with friends, casual date night, groups. It is also ideal to order in if you fancy a takeaway or to the office for a tasty lunch as they now deliver!

GlasgowLiving Pizza Punks, Wood Oven, Pizza Oven, Bar, Flour, What we ate: Pizza, Pizza and more Pizza! We ordered a slices of pizza each, which is an amazing idea! Two of us tried the Lemon Thyme Roast Chicken, Speck, Spring Onion, Panna and Scamorza Pizza and the other tried a slice of Pepperoni, Mozzarella and Chilli Flakes. The pizzas tasted really fresh and the crusts were perfect for dipping!

We also got a few sides to share, we ordered the Cheese, Garlic and Rosemary Focaccia topped with Honey and a portion of the Candied Bacon, which was UNBELIEVABLE!

GlasgowLiving, Pizza on plates, cutlery and napkins, menus on the table, glasses of water with fruit, salt and pepperWhat we drank: We had to try the alcoholic floats! We tried a Vanilla Coke Float, made with Vanilla Vodka and a Whisky & Irn Bru Float. It sounds like it shouldn’t work, but it was actually really nice!

GlasgowLiving, Floats, Alcohol, Cups with Straws, menu, drinks menu, drinks sitting on a table
The Verdict:
We had an amazing evening at Pizza Punks, the food was faultless and the staff were super friendly and knew their stuff. We also found out that they make all of their dough and sauces from scratch onsite using only the most premium ingredients. All of the cured meats and cheeses are imported from Italy and the pizzas are made in the custom-made wood burning oven at a slightly lower temperature. This allows more air into the dough, ensuring that the pizza is light and crispy and easy to pick up and enjoy in slices! Overall, we had a great experience and are already planning our next visit…!

For more information, visit their website. Fancy a visit? Head down to the restaurant at 90 St Vincent Street, Glasgow or give ’em a call on 0141 237 8020!