Reviews on Pizza food in Magherafelt, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. Magherafelt (from Irish: Machaire Fíolta, meaning "plain of Fíolta") is a small town and civil parish in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It had a population of 8,372 at the 2001 Census. It is the biggest town in the south of the county and is the social, economic and political hub of the area. It is part of Mid-Ulster District.
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We have always been a big fan of the Pizza Shop, ever pizza has always been fresh tasty and a big hit with our kids. If you want to spice up one of the existing chooses to super hot, Matt is more than happy to accommodate. A five start treat.
If you want authentic great tasting pizza's then this is the place.Four of us, all big eating adults, shared a medium "house special" pizza, 2 "taco chicken wraps" and a gravy chip with fried onions.Wow, the pizza was to die for, the chicken wraps were bursting with flavor and what can you say about a gravy chip but not a crumb was left over so that says it all.Well worth a try, even if you don't fancy pizza as they have a varied menu of other tasty morsels, and they also offer an exceptionally fast delivery service which is handy if you've had a wine or two before your food.
3 based on 19 reviews
Food was disgusting. Placed quite a big order. Pizzas were inedible, my own pizza had a long hair in it. Avoid at all costs, far better going down the road to the pizza shop opposite the terrace hotel.
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