May 16, 2018 Glasgow, pizza No Comments

NY Slice

After a long day at the salt mines, I was in need of something quick and filling in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre. I’d spotted NY Slice on a couple of recent strolls so had it in mind that it might fit the bill.


The set-up is a pretty standard fast-food counter arrangement with large pizza ovens visible to the rear.

NY Slice as the name suggests does the majority of their business through large slices of pizza made in the New York style. It’s not dissimilar from Civerino’s Slice, for a comparison approach.

They do full pies in 12″, 18″ and “Grandma” style, too. I order a 12″ ham and pineapple because that’s how I roll.


This was with me pretty promptly. I wandered back towards my temporary lodgings, munching as I walked.

It proved very satisfying eating. The base was crisp with a good chew while the toppings were very impressive. The roast ham, in particular, was deeply flavourful.

So overall, NY Slice served me a really enjoyable pizza when that was exactly what I needed. I look forward to visiting again next time I’m in town and would recommend you do likewise. It’s open until 4am, by the way, for post-pub and insomniac customers.

Blythe scores NY Slice
4/5 for food
4/5 for presentation
3/5 for setting
3.5/5 for service
giving an overall 14.5/20

I ate: ham and pineapple pizza

I wore: action footwear

Total bill: £9.50

Address: 309a Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3HW

Written by BKR