Dough Manchester Reviews
Dough Jan 02, 2011
Dough is a pizza restaurant in the Northern Quarter in Manchester. It is located very close to the end that meets the Arndale Centre. Prices are comparable to the big chains (Pizza Express and so on) and the quality is higher, so I think it’s a good idea to walk a little further and eat here rather than in the Arndale or the Printworks. I’ve eaten here three or four times now and it’s consistently good.
It is also consistently red. It’s one of the reddest restaurants I’ve ever eaten in, in terms of décor. It is a nice red, and it makes it easy to spot which restaurant I mean. It actually manages to make the place cosy, which is quite an achievement as it’s not a small restaurant (and there is more seating downstairs) and the windows are full size glass plates.
The food is primarily pizza, although there are some pastas and salads. The dough is light and the toppings are good. Pizzas are the thin Italian style ones rather than the deep base American style ones, and the tomato sauce is amongst the nicest I’ve had. There are gluten free alternatives available, and
a reasonable range of vegetarian options, if you’re so inclined. The starters are excellent. I had Thai prawns and they were perfect. Service is good, and usually friendly.
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