Everyone loves pizza don't they? I think it's rare to find someone who isn't much of a fan.
But what's your favourite topping? I'm one of those awkward people who is usually really difficult to please, there are lots of toppings I like, but equally a lot I'm not so keen on. 

When we were invited to Pizzastorm in Intu Eldon Square, Newcastle to sample their pizzas, it couldn't have bee more perfect. Along side ordering a pizza straight from their menu you also have the option to create your own 11" pizza from scratch, with as little or as many toppings as you like from their choice of over 50 options, all for the same price of just £6.55, which for me, really is their unique selling point.
pizzastorm newcastle intu eldon square blog review
Located on the upper floor of the food area in Eldon Square, Pizzastorm has a really chilled, relaxed and trendy vibe about it. The d├ęcor is really cool, with neon lighting, graffiti style designs on painted brick walls and a bright red theme throughout. The service is great and really friendly too; simply place your order at the counter, help yourself to your drinks and then take a seat and watch the world go by, while your pizza is in the oven.
pizzastorm newcastle intu eldon square blog review
pizzastorm newcastle intu eldon square blog review
If you opt to create your own pizza, which I expect most people do, you work your way along a display of all of the topping options and your server creates your pizza in front of you before it's stone baked in an oven that reaches temperatures of 900 degrees, resulting in really fast service and of course a perfectly cooked pizza!

My masterpiece consisted of a tomato base, red leicester and mozzarella balls, sweetcorn, pineapple, just a few jalapenos and tuna with a side order of mac n cheese - Trust me, it was delicious! Robbie had a tomato base, regato, red leicester and mozzarella balls, spinach, onions, jalapenos, mushrooms, piri chicken and a side of garlic ciabatta bread bites. It's really great how you are in control of just how much sauce and each ingredient go onto your pizza, and the fact that you get to watch it be made really adds to the fun of eating here.
pizzastorm newcastle intu eldon square blog review
We both opted for soft drinks, which are refillable (always a bonus for me!) and before we knew it, our food had been served. On first impressions, the food looks really good, it's really colourful, bright and very fresh. The bread bites were served in a metal tray and the mac and cheese came in a cardboard box, which ended up being really handy, as I was able to take away what I didn't manage to eat.

Both pizzas were perfectly cooked, on quite thin, crispy bases, which is my personal preference when given the choice and we managed to eat most of them both between us. With a side order, it was a really filling meal, one that Robbie and I really enjoyed and would definitely go back for more of!

If you find yourself in Newcastle and fancy a quick bite to eat that's going to fill you up for more shopping, or if you're watching the pennies but still need some good food, then I can't recommend Pizzastorm enough - For value, speed and quality of food, it's easily one of the best options in town.

*Our meal was complimentary in return for this review, however all thoughts are my own.
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