Bertha's Pizza's focus is pizza but within the remit of dough and fermentation it also serves fresh bread, house-made gelato and plates of local and house-made charcuterie and cheeses.
The dough is fermented for days, baked at 500 degrees for 60 to 90 seconds in a hand-built Neapolitan oven.
The team's characteristic sourdough pizzas with loft and flecks of char saw them become finalists in the BBC Food & Farming Awards and put them in The Sunday Times top 25 pizzerias in the UK.
Bertha's is a friendly, owner-run, neighbourhood restaurant serving simple, affordable food which brings a smile to your face.
Wednesday to Sunday, 5pm to 10pm
Bertha’s Pizza, The Old Gaol Stables, Cumberland Road, Bristol, BS1 6WW
0117 929 0003
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