Refreshed and revitalised, Non Solo Pizza unveils a brand new look

Everyone’s favourite Parnell Italian institution has been running smoothly for 24 years, and now Non Solo Pizza has been brought stylishly into the 2020s with a spiffy new look and delectable updated menu.

Christopher Rendell has lent his scrupulous eye to the makeover, having founded Flinders Lane in Connecticut and worked at legendary New York restaurant Public before relocating to New Zealand and joining Savor Group.

From left: Chargrilled octopus with baby potatoes; lobster crostini

Bold and vibrant, the new menu sits firmly in the modern Italian bracket, still simple and fresh but with updated classics, new flavours, techniques and ingredients to love.

Diners can expect the likes of chargrilled octopus with baby potatoes, celery, saffron, olive and salsa verde; lobster crostini with squid aioli, fennel and mint; chicken cotoletta with a kale and red onion salad — and much more.

The courtyard has been updated by Paul Izzard

The interior has been transformed by Paul Izzard and his award-winning team, along with the ever-coveted courtyard. Transporting customers to a Tuscan garden with green and white-striped banquet seating, marble tables and ample plants, it’s the perfect venue for a long Italian-style lunch with friends and family.

Never ones to overlook the drinks offering, NSP’s refreshed cocktail list centres on both familiar and evolved takes on Italian classics. Make sure you don’t miss the dedicated Negroni menu, and the legendary Non Solo aperitivo hour which will continue between 5PM and 7PM every day, with complimentary, freshly-shucked oysters and small menu bites circulating.

To celebrate NSP’s fabulous new look, we’re giving away lunch for six people valued at $700. To enter, visit our Instagram.

Entrants must be over the age of 21. Competition closes Friday 14th August at 5pm. The winner will be notified by DM.


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