Thursday, 22 March 2018

Supermarine Woolston

Last Thursday, I visited Supermarine Woolston for the first time with the Southampton Bloggers for an evening of chat, Cosmos and, of course, pizza.
Let me tell you all about it...


The Interiors & History
Wooden panelling in the darkest, richest blue (Hague Blue?) illuminated by tripod lights and industrial looking hardware throughout. Ginormous pasta processors stand sentinel beside blue patterned tiles


Supermarine takes its name from one of Woolston's biggest employers in the mid 1900's: a seaplane development and production company that went on to develop the Supermarine Spitfire.
I appreciated the huge aerial prints of the area and dedications to military personnel which can be found on the walls. 


A decorative mosaic woodfire stove takes the centrepiece within the kitchen of Supermarine


Pots of fresh basil and fresh flowers decorated the marble look tables.


Channelling hygge with candlelight and a Cosmopolitan


The Food
 One of the starters included the creamiest torn mozzarella with fresh sliced tomato, basil leaves and a balsamic glaze.


Supermarine's new menu features woodfired pizza which creates an incredible aroma. No 360 degree round pizzas to be found here. 


It was a first for me to have a pizza with fresh avocado on top and it was delicious!


The chocolate pizza was to die for. I will definitely be replicating this for my own family using a dairy free chocolate spread and tonnes of strawberries as my daughter Lily can't get enough!


I had a thoroughly enjoyable evening at Supermarine with the Southampton Bloggers, thank you to Supermarine for having us and to Alice Spake for organising the evening. I would absolutely recommend a visit to Supermarine, it won't disappoint.
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