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17 Restaurants in Edinburgh: Pizza

Enjoy gourmet pizza with a restaurant booking in Edinburgh

Edinburgh has welcomed Italian immigrants for well over 100 years, and the result is that the Scottish capital is full of fantastic places to eat. In the 20th century, Italians introduced ice cream to the Scots, they opened cafes to serve them breakfasts, and trattorias to teach them about authentic pasta. But, more than anything else, they opened some excellent pizza restaurants in Edinburgh. These days, the capital is home to some outstanding pizza restaurants, and you can take your pick by booking with Quandoo.

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La Campana - Livingston

Bellsquarry
Fusion££££
5.7/697
La Campana - Livingston

East Pizzas

Leith
Pizza££££
5.7/627
East Pizzas

Sambuca Restaurant

Newington
Italian££££
5.5/635
Sambuca Restaurant
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The Cavaliere

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.8/610
The Cavaliere

Papavero

New Town
Italian££££
4.9/614
Papavero

At Pizza

West End
Pizza££££
6.0/61
At Pizza

Cibo - Edinburgh

Penicuik
Italian££££
6.0/61
Cibo - Edinburgh

Curry Cafe

City Centre
Indian££££
4.1/618
Curry Cafe

Bar Napoli

New Town
Italian££££
5.2/6359
Bar Napoli

The Jolly Ristorante

New Town
Italian££££
5.3/669
The Jolly Ristorante

O'Oliviero

Old Town
Italian££££
5.0/628
O'Oliviero

Mamma's American Pizza

Old Town
Pizza££££
5.2/6121
Mamma's American Pizza

Nova Pizza Vegetarian Kitchen

New Town
Italian££££
5.6/6181
Nova Pizza Vegetarian Kitchen

Quattrozero

West End
Italian££££
5.2/6163
Quattrozero

Rigatoni's by the Queens

Newington
Italian££££
5.5/678
Rigatoni's by the Queens

Miramare

South Queensferry
Pizza££££
4.2/620
Miramare

Barleo

Linlithgow
Italian££££
5.5/685
Barleo
  1. 1.

    Make a date for lunch at the finest pizza restaurants in Edinburgh

    Few foods are as well suited to a casual lunch with friends. You can order up a variety of options with a whole galaxy of toppings, then mix and match and try everything on the menu at Edinburgh's pizza restaurants. If you are in town for a shopping trip to Princes Street, or just paying a tourist visit to the Castle, break up your day by booking a table at one of the city's pizzerias and fill up on margaritas, funghi, Napoletana or meaty varieties.
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     Pizzerias come to Edinburgh

    Modern pizza is thought to have originated in the 19th century in Naples, Italy, when a local chef created the pizza Margherita to honour the visiting queen. It was originally street food, a simple snack for modest people. From these humble beginnings, however, pizza has gone on to be one of the most popular foods in the world, with pizza restaurants popping up in cities around the globe. The same can be said for Scotland's capital and pizzerias in Edinburgh have become an integral part of the city's restaurant scene. You will find them on every corner of the city, offering simple, classic pizzas or more modern takes on this old favourite.
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    Combine Scottish seafood with Italian artistry at Edinburgh pizza restaurants

    Edinburgh is paradise for pizza fans. For one thing there's a huge Italian community serving up exotic options like sourdough and spelt bases, or pecorino stuffed crusts. The dishes on offer will also come with fresh seafood toppings sourced straight from the oceans around Scotland, or with first-rate Aberdeen Angus beef. It's an unbeatable blend of local ingredients and Italian expertise, and you can experience it whenever you like by booking tables at the capital's best pizzerias.
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    Enjoy an all-round Italian feast at Edinburgh's best pizza restaurants

    It doesn't matter where you are in the city: there will be excellent pizzerias in every corner of the capital. Enjoy a meal by the Firth of Forth in Leith, find the ideal spot to grab a pizza at restaurants in Edinburgh New Town, or pick somewhere right next to the University. If you are heading to a rugby match, there are places to eat near Murrayfield, and there's no shortage of great pizzerias to enjoy during the Festival either. Whenever you visit, why not make it an Italian feast from start to finish? Book a table with Quandoo and you can enjoy fine wines, starters, delicious desserts, and the unique ambience of Edinburgh's top pizza restaurants.
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    Old and new at Edinburgh pizzerias

    The Italians have firm views about their favourite foods. Antica Pizzeria Port'Alba in Naples is widely considered to be the world's first true pizzeria and the purists would argue that marinara and margherita are the only two 'real' pizzas in the world. Thankfully, however, pizzerias in Edinburgh have a somewhat different view and offer almost countless variations and toppings. Indeed, anyone choosing a pizza has a daunting choice of toppings, thicknesses, types of dough and even shape. And that's before they even consider a calzone.
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    A dizzying choice at pizzerias in Edinburgh

    Americans invented the deep-pan pizza, which has a far thicker base than the traditional pizza. You'll find almost all Edinburgh pizzerias offering the classic thin crust version, a lighter and crispy option. More recently, Edinburgh pizzerias have started offering other versions, such as the stuffed crust variety, to broaden the choice even further. With such variety, pizzerias in Edinburgh are not a place for the indecisive, and that is before we turn our attention to the choice of toppings.
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    Topping the bill at Edinburgh pizzerias

    We have already looked at two of the classic toppings in the marinara and margherita but today's pizzas come in so many more varieties and there is something for almost every preference and palette. Pepperoni had become a firm favourite as has the four seasons and even Hawaiian. The truth is that you can put almost anything on a pizza and many Edinburgh pizzerias have created their very own topping combinations. Pizza restaurants are also a favourite with vegans and vegetarians as there are many recipes that don't include meat or fish.