Portland's Pizzeria
Portland's Pizzeria will reopen for the academic year on Monday 11 September. 
Portland's Pizzeria offers a wide variety of deliciously cooked-to-order 10-inch pizzas with a large selection of premium toppings.
Quality is key; we source ingredients from local businesses where possible and cater to dietary requirements by providing vegetarian and vegan options. With prices as low as £5.00* for a pizza, this is a great value afternoon option on campus.
Paninis are also available to dine in or take away, in addition to Matthew Algie barista coffee and a selection of cakes. Hydrate with local drinks from a Cornish family business, Jolly’s Drinks, whose factory is only seven miles from campus. We also stock award-winning Yarde Farm ice cream, which is a Plymouth-based company just eight miles from the University.
*Student price. Staff and visitors are subject to VAT.
Pizza at Portland's Pizzeria
Portland's Pizzeria
Portland Square cafe on our city centre campus
Order and pay online

Save time and beat the queues by ordering your lunch, drinks and treats on the OrderPay app. Ordering on campus has never been so easy with our new click and collect option.

How does it work?

  • Download the OrderPay app and select your preferred cafe*
  • Choose your collection time and proceed to pick your campus favourites.
  • Visit the venue and collect your order from our collection point.

* currently only available for use in Drake’s Kitchen, Portland's Pizza and Loafers Deli.

Our offers

From 15:00, handpick one of our tasty cakes and enjoy it with a hot drink for only £3.50**.
**The offer includes any available cake (excludes doughnuts) and a regular hot drink. Excludes syrups, extra shots and alternative milk.

Loyalty points information

We have installed a new till system in all our units across campus. We are working hard in the background to bring you a brand-new app-based loyalty programme with new offers and deals! 
Just a reminder that the hot drink loyalty points offer utilising your staff and student card is no longer valid, payment via these methods is no longer accepted.

Friend Stop 

Meet new people, connect and share experiences at the café's Friend Stop.
Starting university may be a daunting experience, that's why the cafés on campus have created designated pop-up tables to encourage students and staff to sit, have a natter and make friends on our open and inviting tables.
Everyone is invited to sit at the Friend Stop; whether you're on your own or with a friend or colleague, take a seat, share the table and have a chat with new people.
Whether you stay for ten minutes or spend your time eating breakfast or taking an afternoon tea break, the cafés aim to bring everyone together.
Cafes on campus

Nutritional and allergen information

We have introduced a traffic light system in Portland’s Pizzeria to enable greater visibility of the salt, saturated fat and sugar content in our pizzas, whilst also displaying the full allergen information of each. Please select the relevant PDF below to view the nutritional information. Should you have any questions about allergens in any of our bread products please speak with a member of staff before purchasing.


The traffic light labelling system 

The traffic light labelling system will tell you whether a food has high, medium or low amounts of fat, saturated fat, sugars and salt. It will also tell you the number of calories and kilojoules in that particular product: 
  • Energy (kilojoules kj) and calories (kcal) 
  • Fat
  • Saturates
  • Sugar
  • Salt
The image to the right shows the traffic light label found on some foods. The traffic light label is colour coded and shows that green is low in a particular nutrient, amber means medium and red is high in a nutrient. 
  • Red means the product is high in a nutrient and you should try to cut down, eat less often or eat smaller amounts
  • Amber means medium. If a food contains mostly amber, you can eat it most of the time.
  • Green means low. The more green lights a label displays, the healthier the food choice is. 

Reference intake indicators 

Reference intake is shown in percentages and provides information on how the amount of fat, saturates, sugars and salts within that product fits into your daily recommended diet. 
In the case of this food label, the amount of sugar is 38% of the total recommended daily intake, therefore you should be careful of the amount of sugar consumed in other foods throughout the day. 
Cafes traffic light nutritional information 

Campus cafés events

Visit our campus cafés to celebrate calendar days and other events, and enjoy our sustainable, locally sourced fresh food and drink. We look forward to seeing you.
Business student Shaina Salan and PhD Geologist Dylan Beard have coffee at the Container Café, Crosspoint in the Roland Levinsky Building.

Cafes on campus