Admittedly I had arrived with a premonition I wouldn't like MOD and typically I turn down any review requests I have a feeling I won't like (the majority of the new Marina restaurants, I'm looking at you). But for the sake of the Brighton pizza review post and more than a handful of people excitedly contacting me about it, I shook off my chain restaurant issues. But before I did, I had a dramatic arse over moment in front of a very busy, and very glass fronted Pizza Express who I swear must have cursed me for my words on their comedy pizzas. I'm now sporting a 6 inch rainbow bruise on my knee. But I stand firm on one thing - my opinion. Their pizzas are revolting.
They also do salads or even a salad pizza, but I'll leave that to someone else to discover.
They don't have desserts that I could see but we were offered a sweet cinnamon pizza with dips. This wasn't the sort of thing I would order and the dips were too sweet so I think I'll stick to the pizza itself.
Now let's not get crazy. Pizza like this will never be in the same category as real soughdough Neapolitan style pizza. That's the stuff of craft. But for a fun, family friendly meal or just fast food at the enjoyable end of the scale, then MOD is a really good shout. As chain pizza goes, this is one of the few I'd put in my mouth.
MOD Pizza Brighton
I was invited to review MOD Pizza. Thoughts and words, as always, are my own.