Supermarine Wood Fire Pizza | Woolston, Southampton

Southampton is such a great city. It's no secret I love visiting West Quay, IKEA and obviously my pals who live there, but as I'm not a local, I never know where's good to get food. Especially independent people making magic in the kitchen! So when I was invited down with 15 fellow bloggers to try the new menu at Supermarine, I was keen to see the difference between a traditional chain and what they had to offer.

I've never been to Woolston before, but I was pleasantly surprised at how gorgeous it was down there. The biggest perk, FREE PARKING! There's 150 spaces in an underground car parking, which is almost unheard of in a big city. Happy days.

When you first walk in, it's got that 'welcome home' kind of vibe. Cosy, great interior, massive windows letting in loads of light, and plenty of smiley faces. They're part of the Mettricks family, Southampton's Original Coffee and Brunch houses you can find across the city, but what makes Supermarine special, is their Hand stretched, Neapolitan Style Pizzas bakes in a Wood Fired Pizza Oven. I can confirm, they did not disappoint.

For drinks, they have an amazing little bar with a selection of Cocktails, but as I was driving, I opted for a Frobishers Apple & Raspberry. We had a great selection of meals, avocado on toast, sausage on sourdough bread and mozzarella with tomato. Lovely traditional Italian starters!

Now, I've tried so many pizza's, and I recently just came back from Italy, so I'm a bit fussy when it comes to getting it right. The dough at Supermarine however was fluffy, tasty (one was like a focaccia with rosemary, yum!) and they pretty much cover everyone when it comes to topping choices. Their menu is so affordable too, with pizza's starting at £8 for a traditional Margherita (my favourite).

Then finally, we had Nutella Chocolate 'pizzas' for dessert which isn't a first for me, and I'm still not convinced! I personally will be opting for the Tiramisu next time, but I did get a spoonful of Salted Caramel tart and that was to die for. Overall, I couldn't fault Supermarine, even down to their lovely marble tables and cosy vibe, it was just a great place and I only wish I lived closer so I could bring my laptop down and work from there all day long!

Extra love and thank you to Alice at Southampton Bloggers for organising, I thoroughly enjoyed the evening! Be sure to check our Supermarine here.

*I was kindly invited to try the menu at Supermarine however, I was not asked to write a review. All opinions are my own.

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