Whether you like them with deep, thick crusts or thin and sloppy, Nottingham has a pizza place to suit everyone’s taste. But no-one wants to risk wasting a good pizza craving on a shady slice. Here are the top pizza places in the city.

1. The make your own pizza


Where? Inferno Pizza, 37 Milton Street, NG1 3EN.

This place can make all your pizza dreams come true. Choose your own sauce, cheese, topping and any finishing touches to be baked into reality. You can also choose a salad or a pizza from the Inferno Hall of Flames if you’re stuck of ideas.

2. The breakfast pizza


Where? Ugly Bread Bakery, 39 Pelham Street, NG1 2EA.

Beans on a a pizza is a rather strange concept, we know. But the guys at Ugly Bread Bakery took a risk an pulled it off. Visit one of their two stores in the city to discover what other crazy tricks they have up their sleeve.

3. The Chunky pizza


Where? Chunky Chicken, 1a, 30 Shakespeare Street, NG1 4FQ.

This place is popular for their fried chicken but — as you may not of noticed when you’re ordering the number 5 at 3am on a Thursday morning — they also do pizza. So this is less of a dress-up-and-go-somewhere-fancy pizza and more of a dressed-in-a-onesie-slumped-in-front-of-the-telly pizza but there is nothing wrong with that.

4. The options are endless pizza


Where? MOD Pizza, 31-32 Long Row, NG1 2DR.

Take inspiration from this restaurant’s top 10 pizza picks and put your own stamp on them or build your own creation from scratch, the choice is yours.

5. The home-made pizza


Where? Oscar & Rosie’s, 8 Stoney Street, NG1 1LH.

This friendly restaurant started life as a pop up and has created quite a buzz ever since. They are certain to meet all dietary and hunger needs, providing vegan options and the metre-long pizza.

6. The edgy AF pizza


Where? Suede Bar, 34 Heathcoat Street, NG1 3AA.

You only need to take a peek at the menu to tell this place oozes all kinds of cool. Of course, it’s set in the hip part of town — the creative corner — and offers music, stylish surroundings and some top grub.

7. The spaggy-bol pizza


Where? Poppa Pizza, 108 High Road, NG9 2LN.

Out of all the odd toppings and quirky crusts we’ve come across, this has to be the strangest. We daren’t try it for ourselves but we’ve heard it’s pretty good. However, if one Italian dish slopped on top of another they offer a number of other options.

8. The super-size pizza


Where? Wildwood, 18 King Street, NG1 2AS.

The warm atmosphere and modern decor make for a great dining experience. Not only can you choose from a selection of topping, but you can choose to have your pizza either in a classic size, calzone or a super-size giganti.

9. The straight-to-your-door pizza


Where? Forno Pizza, 110 Chilwell Road, NG9 1ES.

Located in Beeston, this takeaway place delivers across Nottingham. Their selection of pizzas is incredibly long so you are guaranteed to find something that tickles your fancy but if not you can also create your own pizza from a selection of toppings.

10. The fun pizza


Where? Das Kino, 22 Fletcher Gate, NG1 2FZ.

What goes best with pizza? Ping pong of course! If you have a hankering for both, Das Kino is your answer. As well as a selection of some temping pizza they also serve pizza fries which is the equivalent of heaven on earth.

11. The date night pizza


Where? Amores, 137 Station Road, NG9 2AZ.

Grab yourself a gingham table cloth, some candles and your significant other and you’re ready for a date night that will be like something out of Lady and the Tramp — but with pizza instead of pasta. This restaurant’s romantic atmosphere and delicious food is enough to get anyone’s pulse racing.