Long-time residents of the Northern Quarter, Slice Pizzeria was always the hotspot for Roma pizza and focaccia, sandwiches, salads, mains and even homemade gelato – all freshly prepared and with top-quality ingredients.
To the city’s great delight, Slice has now reappeared outside Oxford Road station, one of Manchester’s central transport hubs. Every day, owner Matt serves up six different slices. These change daily – you never know what you’re going to get but you always know it’ll be hot, filling and delicious.
You can expect toppings as varied as sausage, broccoli, pepperoni, mozzarella and olives, together with some exciting fusion ideas like chicken tikka. It’s all made on-site in the big wood-fired ovens, delivering the ultimate in authentic Roma pizza: thin bases loaded with flavour-packed toppings.
Slice is just what you need if you’re dropping into Manchester, or heading out on an adventure around the city centre. It’s hearty and warm food that’s sustaining but light, and not too filling. This explains why it has such a strong reputation around the city, and now the lucky commuters, diners and drinkers in and around Oxford Road get the chance to enjoy it throughout the week. You might not always want a sit-down meal, but just because you’re on the move doesn’t mean you can’t appreciate the finer things in life.
It’s also a great spot to drop in for Italian coffee and pastries. You’ll find the full range of beautifully-made espresso, cappuccino and americano drinks as well as a range of decadent sweet treats.
Oxford Road Station just got tastier. If you’re a fan of pizza, stop by to try a slice from Slice, whether you have got a train to catch or not.
When was the last time you stumbled out of a bar and into a takeaway that served up food as fresh as Mama made? If your answer is “never”, we’re guessing you haven’t yet found new Manchester pizza parlour, Slice.