When they were arrived they were surprisingly MASSIVE! Looked good, I tucked in. Here are my comments; the base is too thick, (although good that it's made on the premises), not enough tomato sauce, and the meatballs on mine tasted a bit weird and processed although they looked home-made. Mrs Bacon's was better, the goats cheese adding a nice tangy flavour. The cheese on both had got that sort of congealed skin on, not quite right - maybe a little over loaded. I'm being super picky though, we both we enjoyed them for what they were - pretty good enough pizzas in a gallery/cinema café. At least they weren't being stingy with the ingredients.
However, I'm sure we'll always still visit The Cornerhouse when it moves.
To conclude the pizzas do not make it to my personal favourites in Manchester, but the cinema will always be a large part of Manchester and of my cultural life here.
Soundtrack: A House Is Not a Home: Burt Bacharach.