Housed under an block of modern apartments, Mr Wolf is a simple, squarish room, with blond-wood features, marble-topped tables and is accented by a green tree-trunk mural feature wall. It would be easy to be a little underwhelmed if it wasn’t for the fact that the simple design leaves room for all of your senses to be engrossed in the main attraction – the pizza. With options like the classic margherita and diavolo (mozzarella and anchovies), the mantra is fresh, quality ingredients, with just enough topping to let each flavour shine. There's also salumi, braises and other Italian classics.
Through a discreet archway is Little Wolf Bar, the little sibling spin-off that that not only extends the restaurant, but allows it to trade in a more low-key manner throughout the day. The prime focus in the smaller next-door space is a similar mural wall, only this time the tree-trunks are black and white and there’s the addition of a central bar.
A huge wine fridge displays a hefty array of drinks designed to complement the pizza (with BYO available on Tuesdays) – and really, anything more would simply be a distraction.
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