Dough Pizza Kitchen

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 16 reviews )

75 High St, Manchester, England, M4 1FS

Serves meat, vegan options available. Wide range of pizza. Has dairy-free mozzarella and gluten-free pizza crust. Also offer vegan brownie and wheat-free cakes. Open Mon-Sun 12:00pm-11:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Pizza, Italian, Beer/Wine, Non-veg

16 Reviews

First Review by amyyarwood89

really good pizza - Edit

had pizza here couple of times and it was always yummy, really nice and crusty dough

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good vegan pizza and dairy free ice cream! - Edit

Had a nice veggie pizza here with vegan cheese. The pizzas are good but nothing special - considering it is called dough I thought it would be all about the big sourdough crusts but they are just normal bases. Pizza was good though and lots of toppings and good size and they also do vegan ice cream too (but I didn't try it!)

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menu revamp! friendly to dietary requirements - Edit

I went here for a meal with my non vegan/vegetarian parents.

The waiter said they have recently revamped their menu and there were a lot of vegan options available. I had the vegan pizza. I also have a severe onion intolerance and the kitchen made some onion-free sauce specifically for me (it was quiet at the time though).

I had the rústica pizza vegan version - which even had vegan parmesan shavings ! it was great. It cost £9.50 today 3/9/17.

There were plenty of vegan options for dessert but I was way too full from the amazing started and pizza to be able to fit anything in.

Pros: vegan dairy alternatives, huge range on menu

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Highstreet vegan pizza? Well ok then! - Edit

Until someone opens a fully vegan pizzeria within a reasonable distance of my house, this will have to do. Went with some veggies and meat eaters, as the only vegan it was nice to not feel left out for once when ordering from the vast menu. The pizza was delightful, I will definitely go here again.

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Good pizza but no dessert - Edit

Dough is a great place to eat with omni friends because there is something for everyone (who loves pizza... which is surely everyone?). Basically all the pizzas that are made with mozeralla (i.e. not a fancy cheese like brie) can be made dairy free with vegan cheese.

Sadly last time I went the vegan dessert option (chocolate brownie, peanut blondie and DF ice cream) had disappeared. Pretty disappointing for a restaurant trying to make itself inclusive.

Pros: Vegan cheese

Cons: No vegan dessert

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Nice food and helpful staff - Edit

I ate here on my way through Manchester and it was really nice. The food was just right and they even had some really good dairy- free ice cream. What was weird was that they labeled gluten free and dairy free products but not if the product is vegan or not so read through the menu very carefully otherwise you might end up eating something dairy free but with meat

Pros: Nice staff

Cons: Not very cheap for the portions but it was ok

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Excellent Pizza - Edit

Really enjoyed Dough. They have traditional pizza toppings as well as some unique ones. Dairy-free cheese available and many vegetarian pizza options. Staff are friendly and accommodating. Great atmosphere too.

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Okay. - Edit

My boyfriend had the vegan pizza, which was good. I had the pasta, which was was mostly boring (just pasta and some tomatosauce). It was fine, because I was really hungry, but not really exciting.

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Maybe not for pizza, but there are better veg options in Manchester - Edit

So yes, there were a few vegan options on the menu and they've got dairy free (they seem to prefer that term and though I asked about casein they repeated their preferred term, never actually confirming its veganness) cheese and ice cream (coconut based). But the cheese and the pies and the one salad we could get were super salty. Besides being salty, the pie bases were quite insubstantial. Italian pie makers would be ashamed. Rather glam place.

I would suggest going here if you're dining with an omnivore, but there are other better choices for a vegan in Manchester.

Pros: Clearly marked Dairy Free options

Cons: More of a cracker with toppings

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Decent vegan pizzas - Edit

We came here on a Saturday evening and had some nice pizzas. The menu was labelled clearly, making it easy to pick out which ones could be ordered vegan, although there were only a small number of veganisable pizzas on the menu as most contained meat. The staff were very friendly and helpful though, and the pizzas themselves were tasty; really crispy bases and flavourful sauces without relying too much on vegan cheese. If they offered more vegan pizzas on the menu, this would be a four-happy-cow review.

Pros: Vegan pizzas with vegan cheese!, Friendly, helpful staff

Cons: Meat-heavy menu, Could be more vegan pizzas

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Great Vegan Pizza - Edit

Obviously this isn't a veggie place so if you are sensitive to seeing meat, don't go. I didn't smell any meat.

Plenty options for vegetarians, reasonable number for vegans. They do a light style of pizza so it's not cheese heavy. It's the sort where you are meant to also enjoy the sauce, base and veg and they do this very well. Not sure which vegan cheese they use but it's a good one.

I paid £10 for a pizza and soft drink, not cheap but a fair price. Staff are excellent, attentive but not too much, very friendly.

It's a nice place but unpretentiously so.

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Vegan pizza heaven, but... - Edit

Consistently good, attentive staff and great value place for lunch or dinner in the city centre.

Always plenty of vegan cheeze on my pizza when I went - if in doubt, ask when ordering for a good amount of topping!

They offer a range of vegan and gluten free pizzas, plus vegan puddings. Some of the wines and beers/ciders are vegan. Great cocktail bar next door (Apotheca) if you fancy a pre/post drinkee too!

I guess Dough is fine if you're happy to be somewhere where other people are eating meat (no meat smell in the restaurant or cross contamination in the kitchen), but not everyone will be comfortable due to the extensive meat on the menu.

Worth a visit, book in advance if want a Saturday evening meal.

Pros: Vegan, Gluten free, Friendly staff

Cons: Meat on the menu

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Was ok - Edit

Got a pizza here, it wasn't the best I've had hardly had any cheese on.

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Dough Pizza Kitchen, Manchester - Edit

I'm a little unsure what to say about this place. In my mind I am questioning if it is justified in being listed on happycow. While the menu clearly indicates which items are vego and also which are dairy free for those of a vegan persuasion, what seems to me to be a bit more than half the menu seems to be dedicated to eating dishes with slaughtered animals. In this joint vegoism isn't the number 1 drivers on the menu in this place.

The waiting staff were pleasant and helpful enough. I went for the vegan edition of their vego delux pizza. For a place that partly bills itself on offering vegan cheese, it seemed slightly ironic that the cheese on the pizza consisted of 4 slices off the end of a block. This covered less than half the pizza. Otherwise the pizza was fine.

Decor is contemporary without being over the top. No issued with atmo.

Would I be OK to go back here again if I was with a friend who refused to eat in an all vego restaurant? Yes. Would I go here again in other circumstances? Probably not, Manchester has the best choice of vego eateries in the North of England so I'd prefer to satisfy my hunger in one of those.

Pros: Vegan friendly

Cons: Serves many meat based dishes, Tight fisted with the vegan cheese

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Amazing everything - Edit

I visited the restaurant with my flatmate and little brother (who has autism and learning difficulties), with both me and my brother being vegan also finding somewhere suitable for a sit down meal isn't easy. Well upon arriving at Dough it was ideal based on the atmosphere and the staff, both were amazing. Friendly, helpful, extremely informative and had just right with the "why is no one around":"stop bugging me and let me eat my food" ratio!

So the food - Well we were informed that everything with the symbol "DF" (dairy free) on the menu was available as a vegan option, so if it had anything non vegan on they'd just make it without. This left literally about 80% of the menu to choose from, and for a place that isn't listed as vege/vegan only this was really impressive.

I ordered a tuna teryaki (minus the tuna of course) and it came with their vegan cheese substitute also, great pizza, great flavours. My brother went for a margarita and loved it, and we got a garlic bread with tomato sauce to share which was awesome.

To top it all off, because they'd taken a bit longer than usual to get us our food (we were behind a big table), they knocked 25% off the bill.

Overall 9/10, they only lose the 1 because of the time it took!

Pros: Great food, Awesome staff, Nice atmosphere

Cons: Very busy/took a while, Noisy

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wow! - Edit

I have to say I LOVE this place. the food is great and despite catering to meaties /veggis and vegans, it manages to provide a fair few options for everyone. The menu is clearly labelled which helps avoid the general confusion that usually occurs and there's always a nice feeling I haven't have since way back when I ate meat of 'mmm WHICH to have' as appose to 'mmm what CAN I have??' The food always seems very fresh and the one and only time that we had a delay on the food service, our waiter gave us a discount despite us not mentioning the wait. I would highly recommend this for adult family parties as it caters for everyone and always has unusual takes on the classic pizza.

Pros: Beautiful Interior, Friendly, helpful staff, Great food for the price

Cons: Can get very busy so make sure to book!

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