Looking for some fresh, quality pizza to enjoy on your work break? Here are some great ways to get it delivered straight to your office.

Some things never go out of fashion, and pizza is the perfect example of a food style that’s been around forever and shows no sign of going away.

We certainly won’t get bored of it any time soon, and as we are pretty sure most of you will agree, few things compare to a delicious slice of freshly cooked, handmade pizza.

So, should you fancy enjoying, and sharing, some fresh pizza on your lunch break, here are some of the best ways to do so.

Deliveroo

“In our platform [Deliveroo], all restaurants have to do is cook the food, and we take it and bring it to people, which means we can work with a higher class of restaurant.” said Will Shu, founder of Deliveroo when discussing the business start-up in an interview with the BBC last year.

The service, which arrived in Scotland towards the end of 2015, gives access to some of the best restaurants the country has to offer, all from the comfort of their own home, or in this case your office.

Simply, sign up the site, pick the cuisine or restaurant you want to order from and order the food, which, according to the people running Deliveroo, will be delivered to you in less than the average wait time of around 32 minutes.

The best part is they are happy to deliver to your office and they give you access to some of the best sushi places in both Edinburgh and Glasgow (with the rest of Scotland soon to follow):

Glasgow

Yes Bar – Enjoy their delicious classics range from £8 or for the more adventurous among you try the speciality pizzas like the Caprese – a caprese salad on a pizza – and meatballs and red onion or the World pizza selection, with pizzas like the Mexico City – Chilli Chicken, fresh chilli’s and red & green peppers – and the New Yorker – A proverbial meat feast with pepperoni, ham, Italian sausage, parma ham, chicken and smothered in mozzarella.

Picture: Gusto

Picture: Gusto

Gusto Glasgow We actually adore the Gusto dough petals, so we recommend ordering these as a side, as for pizza, we can’t recommend the Peking pizza, roasted crispy duck on a hoisin base with spring onion, cucumber and coriander, seriously delicious.

Barolo Grill – A little bit of a hidden gem this one, their pizzas are dreamy. Traditional Italian style pizza like chicken and mushroom and a feast of a calzone are offerings well worth checking out, but the star of the show (if you’re a seafood fan) has to be the Frutti di mare a fishy feast on a plate of delicious dough.

Edinburgh

La Lanterna – La Lanterna has been serving delicious Italian food to Edinburgh for thirty years and their pizzas are truly exceptional. Try out the Salsiccia E Friarelli – homemade sausage with wild broccoli – or the Bismark  asparagus, parmesan, ham with a fried egg on the top.

Picture: Civerino's

Civerino’s. Picture: Twitter

Civerino’s –  With a menu that’s a little more slicked back and leaning towards street food, Civerino’s offer some of the most interesting pizzas around. Using artisan sourdough as the base for some cracking ingredients including slow cooked pulled pork & apple, Nduja sausage and salciccia and the all vegan ‘meat is murder’ pizza.

Aberdeen

La Lombardo – considered to be the oldest Italian in the UK, La Lombardo does some brilliant pizzas. Try the eponymous Lombardo – cheese, bolognese sauce, ham & mushrooms – or the Prosciutto e Rucola – cheese, tomato, Parma ham, rocket & Parmesan shavings, both available in 12″ and 16″.

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