Leeds is getting its second Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizzeria this July. The UK’s number one pizzeria is set to open a new venue in the popular suburb of Chapel Allerton much to the excitement of the locals (and us too).
The pizzeria will be the 12th opening of the Manchester-born venue. Sheffield city centre venue was announced earlier this year which is opening this month. And, now the Chapel Allerton venue has an aim to open next month.
The original Ancoats based pizzeria is now all over the UK with Yorkshire’s first situated near the Leeds train station. Their venues tend to be a relaxed atmosphere with a focus on simple, fresh and amazingly tasty pizza.
Rudy’s serves up classic Neapolitan pizza with a focus on quality. Enjoy classics such as Marinara, Margherita and our favourite Calabrese all of which are authentic to Naples the birthplace of this beautiful pizza.
The dough is made fresh daily and is fermented for at least 24 hours. Topped with ingredients imported from Naples twice a week such as San Marzano tomatoes and Fior di Latte mozzarella.
Cooked in a wood-burning pizza oven on-site, it takes just 60 seconds to create the iconic leopard-spotted pizza that tastes like no other.
They also serve a range of drinks alongside its tasty pizzas such as Italian classic Aperol Spritz, and refreshing summer drink San Pellegrino. If you haven’t already registered for your chance to try a Neapolitan pizza on the house, sign up on their website and secure a free pizza to enjoy during the opening weeks – www.rudyspizza.co.uk/chapelallerton
Keep an eye on their Instagram here for more information on the new opening.