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Manetian pizza lands at Dough

Jet2 and a Northern Quarter Restaurant creates a pizza that's a bit Manc and a bit Venetian

Published on April 14th 2010.


Manetian pizza lands at Dough

It's not a bird but it does have a little bit to do with planes. Ladies and gentlemen behold the Manetian; the pizza that tells the tale of two cities.

The pizza combines traditional tastes from both cities, with a full English flying the flag for Manchester and a combination of olives, aubergines and Mozzarella firing up the Italian half.

Created by Dough head chef Paul Rippon, the limited edition dish celebrates Jet2's new route to Venice with a culinary bang.

The pizza combines traditional tastes from both cities, with a full English flying the flag for Manchester and a combination of olives, aubergines and Mozzarella firing up the Italian half.

The pizza will be sold at Dough in the Northern Quarter until 6 May, with adventurous diners entered into a prize draw to win flights to Venice.

Restaurant owner Alyson Doocey, said: “We pride ourselves in creating innovative flavours for our pizza toppings.

“We think the pizza tastes great but the proof really will be in the pudding with how it goes down with our customers.”

That would be the locally sourced black pudding, which, along with streaky bacon and cheddar cheese, creates the full English flavour.

Ian Doubtfire, Managing Director at Jet2.com, said: “It has been a hugely exciting process working with Dough to create the recipe and we hope that the people of Manchester deem the Manetian a huge success. Who knows – it may soon have a regular place on the menu. We hope that Dough’s customers will be inspired to venture to Venice themselves to find out what the magnificent city has to offer.”

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