The five best pizza places in Doncaster to get you through the mid-week slump
Doncaster is home to lots of delicious freshly made pizza - check out our recommendations of the best pepperoni and hawaiians in the town.
1, Rustic Pizza Co
This gem is hidden in the New Wool Market - they pride themselves on making Neapolitan pizza.
Chef Lee Oglen runs the stall and proofs their dough for between 48 and 72 hours.
They use San Marzano tomatoes which are grown on a volcano, Mount Vesuvius in Italy.
You must try their gelato if you take a visit - their flavours range from Cherry Bakewell to Nutella.
Address: Doncaster DN1 1NG
Run by Italian restaurateur and chef Alessandro, who aims to bring authentic tastes of Tuscany to Doncaster.
Their pizzas are thin, crispy and stone-baked with dough made fresh every morning with flour specially imported from Italy.
They use buffalo fior di latte mozzarella, Italian plum tomatoes and fresh herbs, which also all come directly from Italy.
Address: 1 Market Pl, Bawtry, Doncaster DN10 6JL
3. Edwins of Hatfield
The newly launched Italian restaurant serves hand made and stone-baked pizzas.
A crowd-pleaser on their menu is the Garlic Bechamel Prosciutto Pizza, which switches out the traditional tomato marinara for a rich and creamy bechamel sauce.
Gluten-free bases are available.
Address: 7 High St, Hatfield, Doncaster DN7 6RS
4. Trattoria Toscana
A perfect date night spot away from the hustle and bustle of the town centre.
Their pizzas are thin and crispy with a wonderfully rich tomato sauce which tastes unbelievably fresh.
The garlic bread is not for the faint-hearted - but if you enjoy string flavours then it’s a really fantastic side dish.
Address: 30 Newlands Dr, Doncaster DN5 8HX
5. Pizzeria Milano
A staple on Beckett Road in the town centre this pizzeria is often enjoyed by the masses of Silver Street on a weekend.
But their pizza is available via takeaway every day of the week.
Their specialities include Carribean, Mexican and Divola pizza.
Address: 65 Beckett Rd, Doncaster DN2 4AD