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TitleThe best pizza in London 2021 | CN Traveller
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DescriptionLooking for the best pizza in London? Whether you prefer thin and crispy Roman-inspired pizzas, or New York-style jumbo slices, here’s where to find the most delicious pizza – and whether they do delivery
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BodyThe best pizza in London 2021Where to find the most delicious examples – and exactly what to orderBy Emma Hughes15 July 2021FacebookTwitterEmailPinterestLondon’s come a long way since the first Pizza Express on Wardour Street dazzled diners with its open-kitchen dough-spinning in the 1960s. Back then, pizza was a novelty – today you can hardly move in the capital for artisan bases, outrageous toppings and a growing list of beloved Italian restaurants in London. But not all of them are created equal. Whether you prefer thin and crispy Roman-inspired pizzas, pillowy Neapolitan numbers or New York-style jumbo slices, here’s our pick of the 16 places offering the best pizza in London.PinterestRudy's. SOHOWe’re used to cult-status restaurants in London eventually spreading outside the capital – we’ve come a long way since the first Franco Manca in Brixton Market, with outposts now in Brighton, Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds and Glasgow. Less common are restaurants making the move from the North to London. But that’s the unconventional route taken by Rudy’s. The first of these much-loved Mancunian pizza joints opened in 2015 in Ancoats, followed by Peter Street, Sale, Liverpool, Birmingham, Leeds and Cheshire before finally making it to London and taking over a huge Wardour Street space, with an open kitchen and plenty of white subway tiling. Chefs subscribe to the Naples school of dough: stretchy, blistered bases smothered in toppings that are traditional (anchovies, artichoke, buffalo mozzarella) and less so (wild boar salami). To drink be sure to order the refreshing Campari Spritz – the campari comes in a cute vintage bottle. Sarah JamesWhat to order: the Salsiccia del Nonno has a perfectly pitched heat from the sprinkle of chilli flakes on top of fior di latte, smoked mozzarella, ground fennel sausage and caramelised red onion.Address: Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza, 80 Wardour Street, London, W1F 0TFTelephone: +44 20 3930 0868Website: rudyspizza.co.ukRudy's pizza is available for delivery via DeliverooPinterestTheo’s. CAMBERWELLOne of the fixed points around which Camberwell’s buzzy restaurant scene revolves, Theo’s serves Neapolitan-style pizzas that are renowned far beyond SE5. The billowing, blistered bases can more than hold their own against high-concept toppings, from Camberwell scotch bonnet nduja to cavolo nero cream with mushroom and datterini tomatoes (that’s at least three of your five a day). Cheesy garlic bread, cheerful staff and keen prices make for a faultless experience. There’s an excellent Elephant & Castle outpost too.What to order At lunchtime they serve panuzzo – pizza-dough sandwiches – for just £5: we love the wood oven-roasted aubergine oneAddress: Theo's, 2 Grove Lane, Camberwell, London SE5 8SYTelephone: +44 20 3026 4224Website: theospizzeria.comTheo's is available for delivery via DeliverooOzoneBETHNAL GREENCoffee, breakfast, brunch, lunch, supper… there isn’t much this Bethnal Green roastery-slash-eatery doesn’t serve. As it happens, that includes some mighty fine pizzas. A short and sweet menu features two calzone, both filled with mozzarella, British tomatoes and basil (one comes with pepperoni and ricotta too), then a selection of rosse and bianche pies. They take sustainability and ‘whole-cycle eating’ seriously here – so all the cheeses on the quattro formaggi are British, and they ferment their own chillies to pep up the pepperoni and nduja pizza.What to order Jerusalem artichoke, courgette, salsa verde and rocket on a white base, please**Address:**Ozone, Emma Street, Bethnal Green, London E2 9APTelephone: +44 20 7490 1039Website: ozonecoffee.co.ukOzone's pizza is not available for deliveryPinterestL'Antica Pizzeria da Michele. BAKER STREETAlthough he wasn’t big on food, even Sherlock Holmes might have had his head turned by the garlicky wafts coming from this place on Baker Street. The central London offshoot of the authentic Neapolitan pizzeria from Eat Pray Love (there’s also a Soho one in the pipeline) is famous for its slightly misshapen bases, with their signature ultra-puffy crusts and dark spots from the oven’s searing heat. Are they really the world’s best, as their many admirers claim? There’s only one way to find out...What to order Stick to the classic Margherita, but double up on the mozzarellaAddress: L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele, 199 Baker Street, London NW1 6UYTelephone: +44 20 7935 6458Website: anticapizzeriadamichele.co.ukL'Antica Pizzeria da Michele is available for delivery via DeliverooYard SaleLEYTONSTONEThe fourth branch of a rapidly expanding dough empire, Leytonstone’s Yard Sale is bright, buzzy and pretty well guarantees a good time (as you’d expect from a business that started life as a supper club). Pies come in 12” or 18” sizes, and vegans are extremely well looked after: witness the American Not, with guindilla chillies, house-made vegan pepperoni and vegan mozzarella, and the Magic Mushroom, with roasted ’shrooms, truffle oil, vegan parmesan and black pepper.What to order Named after the world’s most famous skunk, the Pepe Le Pew (fresh garlic, red onion, jalapeno peppers and parmesan) is delicious, though perhaps not ideal for a first date**Address:**Yard Sale, 622 High Road Leytonstone, London E11 3DATelephone: +44 20 8539 5333Website: yardsalepizza.comYard Sale pizza is open for delivery via yardsalepizza.comPinterestZia Lucia. HOLLOWAYLong before Holloway was hailed as a gastronomic hotspot (it’s home to the likes of cult favourite laksa bar Sambal Shiok and Xi’an Impression’s hand-pulled biang biang noodles), Zia Lucia was pulling in the crowds. Its USP – other than the fact it’s always rammed – is that diners can choose from four different doughs, including charcoal and a world-class gluten-free one. Toppings are simple but superb: we love the Parmigiana, which comes covered in rich aubergine, tomato and mozzarella. Aldgate East, Boxpark Wembley and Hammersmith all have outposts.What to order Push the boat out with the Arianna: mozzarella, fresh sausage, taleggio goat cheese, pecorino cheese and truffle honeyAddress: Zia Lucia, 157 Holloway Road, London N7 8LXTelephone: +44 20 7700 3708Website: zialucia.comZia Lucia is available for delivery via Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Just EatHomesliceCOVENT GARDENThe reigning champion of foldable slices, this London mini-chain excels at leftfield toppings: anyone for chorizo, corn and coriander? Its 20” pizzas come whole or by the slice (complete with paper plates), and there’s a head-spinning range of site-specific and seasonal specials. There are seven locations, and the option to go 50-50 by splitting toppings, plus plenty of choice for vegans (hello, garlicky mushroom, pumpkin seed and chili), make this a very safe bet for a group trip.What to order Wagyu beef and truffle is pretty extraAddress: Homeslice, 13 Neal's Yard, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9DPTelephone: +44 20 3151 7488Website: homeslicepizza.co.ukHomeslice is available for delivery via homeslicepizza.comPinterestVoodoo Ray’s. DALSTONIt isn’t just the pizzas that are New York-style here: the neon signage, subway tiles and late-night vibe all scream retro Manhattan. The giant 22” pizzas, which come by the slice, read like they’ve been dreamed up by someone with a terrible hangover, and there are pots of dip for your crusts, sides such as jalapeno mac ’n’ cheese and £5 Negronis. Psst: on Mondays every slice is just £2.50, and you can get a whole pizza for £20. Shoreditch and Peckham have branches too.What to order The so-wrong-it’s-right Full Moon Slice: bacon dust, Japanese mayo, mozzarella, vine tomatoesAddress: Voodoo Ray's, 95 Kingsland High Street, Dalston, London E8 2PBTelephone: +44 20 7249 7865Website: voodoorays.comVoodoo Ray's is open for delivery via Voodoorays.com and DeliverooMamma DoughBRIXTONA blend of rye, wholemeal and white flours gives this Brixton favourite’s bases a distinctive bite, while tongue-in-cheek specials such as the Peter Piper, with padron and poponcini peppers (see what they did there?) keep things interesting. Almost all of the vegetables and herbs are locally grown, the beers are brewed mere miles away and they make their own ginger ale. Venturing further into south-east London? Peckham, Sydenham, South Norwood, Ladywell and Honor Oak Park have Mamma Doughs too.What to order Turn up the heat with The Devil: tomato, mozzarella, salami calabrese, onions, nduja, dry chilli and olivesAddress: Mamma Dough, 354 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London SW9 8QHTelephone: +44 20 7095 1491Website: mammadough.co.ukMama Dough is available for delivery through Deliveroo and takeaway via the Mama Dough appPinterestPizza Union. SPITALFIELDSThin-and-crispy fan? Pizza Union has you covered. Or topped, to be more precise, with childhood favourite combinations such as chicken, beef and pepperoni, or four cheeses. This mini-chain of ‘pizza bars’ serves up piping-hot, 12" Roman-style pies in Spitalfields, King’s Cross, Aldgate, Dalston and Hoxton – so wherever you are in East London, you’re never too far from a fix. Every single one costs £6.50 or less, and because the slimline bases cook so fast, your order gets to your table in double-quick time. Bonus!What to order The Tropicali – ham and pineapple, the ultimate guilty pizza pleasureAddress: Pizza Union, 25 Sandy's Row, Spitalfields, London E1 7HWTelephone: +44 20 7247 5116Website: pizzaunion.comPizza Union is open for delivery via DeliverooPizzeria PelloneBATTERSEAHidden in plain sight on Lavender Hill in Battersea, this place serves up some of London’s most intriguing Neapolitan pizza. Owner Antonio’s grandfather opened his first restaurant in 1972 in Naples, and he gets almost all of his ingredients from Italy, including caputo flour, divella tomato sauce and Ciro amodio fior di latte mozzarella. The hand-painted plates are sweetly reminiscent of trad trattorias, but there’s nothing old-timey about combinations such as gorgonzola, speck, walnuts and torn basil, drizzled with the best extra virgin olive oil. The punchy calzone fritto with ricotta, mozzarella, Neapolitan salami and black pepper is a crisp-shelled delight.What to order Keep an eye out for La Tartufata on the specials board: yellow tomatoes, fior di latte, pancetta, rocket and truffle burrataAddress: Pizzeria Pellone, 42 Lavender Hill, Battersea, London SW11 5RLTelephone: +44 20 8062 7133Website: pizzeriapellonelondon.co.ukPizzeria Pellone is available for delivery via DeliverooPinterestSodo Pizza. WALTHAMSTOWWalthamstow’s premier pizzeria majors in long-fermented sourdough bases, craft beers and natural wine, served in an airy warehouse space – very E17. If you’re visiting at the weekend you can order one of the special brunch pizzas: The Casper, with smoked mozzarella, cream, chard, white onion, eggs, Lincolnshire Poacher and Parma ham, is the one to beat. There are Bethnal Green, Hoxton and Clapton branches too, and if you fancy learning the tricks of the trade, they run pizza-making classes.What to order It’s got to be the John Bon Chovy (tomato, mozzarella, anchovies, olives, capers, chilli and fresh parsley), for the name if nothing elseAddress: Sodo Pizza, 21-23 Hatherley Mews, Walthamstow, London E17 4QPTelephone: +44 20 8520 1244Website:sodopizza.co.ukSodo Pizza is available for delivery online and via DeliverooSanta MariaEALINGThey’re big on provenance at this funky Ealing mainstay: Neapolitan owners Angelo and Pasquale are veterans of London’s pizza scene, and they only use San Marzano tomatoes and fior di latte from Campania, along with delicacies from closer to home such as rare-breed Yorkshire pork sausage. Santa Maria has one of London’s best vegan pizza selections, topped with walnut- or pumpkin-cream bases. As well as the original, there are branches in Chelsea and Fitzrovia.What to orderThe mortadella and pistachio pesto – or, if you’re meat-free, the vegan Sant' Andrea, with cream of potato and onions in soy milk, red and yellow peppers, portobello mushrooms and olives**Address:**Santa Maria, 15 St Mary's Road, Ealing, London W5 5RATelephone: +44 20 8579 1462Website: santamariapizzeria.comSanta Maria is available for delivery via DeliverooPinterestLardo. HACKNEYHackney’s original industrial-cool Italian restaurant has been going since 2012 in the Arthaus development, but shows no sign of flagging: the mirror-mosaic-covered oven is a reliable source of pleasingly quirky pizzas. Ironically, given its name, Lardo has been scaling back on its meat usage – the menu is now about three-quarters vegetarian, with the pumpkin, smoked tomato, pesto, crispy kale and walnut a standout. The pineapple, mortadella and pickled chilli number has perennial filthy-gorgeous appeal.What to order The thinly sliced crispy potato, smoked anchovy, mozzarella and rosemary one: umami to the maxAddress: Lardo, 197-201 Richmond Road, Hackney, London E8 3NJTelephone: +44 20 8985 2683Website: lardo.co.ukLardo pizza is not available for deliveryPinterestStockwell Continental. STOCKWELLRun by the same team as legendary gastropub The Canton Arms over the way, this former tapas bar on South Lambeth Road is enjoying a lively second life as a pizzeria and aperitivo bar. Roman-style bases are the thing here, with an airy-yet-crunchy crust and meaty toppings such as fennel and red wine sausage all the way to the edge. Long tables mean it’s great for groups, and the super-strength negroni sbagliatos (served in dinky tumblers, presumably for safety purposes), will make any party go with a swing.What to order The House Nduja, loaded with homemade spicy sausage, rocket and pickled red onion**Address:**Stockwell Continental, 169 South Lambeth Road, Stockwell, London SW8 1XWTelephone: +44 20 3019 0757Website: stockwellcontinental.comStockwell Continetal pizza is available for delivery via UberEatsPinterestPrinci. SOHOThere’s a time and a place for giant oblong pizzas with squidgy bases cut into hot, cheesy squares. The place is Soho restaurant Princi, on Wardour Street, and the time is... well, whenever you fancy it – this Milanese export stays open until midnight every day apart from Sunday. The focaccia pizzas by the slice are a Soho lunch-break stalwart, with topping combinations such as pecorino and grilled vegetables, speck and potatoes or parma ham and buffalo mozzarella, perfect for chowing down on at the relaxed counter seats.What to order Take things to the next level with with 5 Cheese: mozzarella, brie, crescenza, gorgonzola, parmigiano and mushroomsAddress: Princi, 135 Wardour Street, Soho, London W1F 0UTTelephone: +44 20 7478 8888Website: princi.comPrinci pizza is available for delivery via DeliverooNow watch how to make Glorias ultimate pizza:Like this? Now read:The best restaurants in LondonThe best bakeries in LondonThe best cheap restaurants in LondonTopicsEating & DrinkingRestaurantsLondonUKEuropeEngland
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TitlePizza Restaurants In London: 25 Of The Very Best Pizza Restaurants
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DescriptionLooking for the best pizza in London? So are we, which is why we've rounded up our favourite pizza joints in the capital into one essential list
Date27 Aug 2021
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H125 Incredible Pizza Restaurants In London To Grab A Slice Of The Action
H2We’ve rounded up the best restaurants in London for a bloody nice slice of pizza
H31. Zia Lucia, multiple locations
2. Santa Maria, Ealing, Chelsea, Fitzrovia, and Brentford
3. Lost Boys Pizza, Camden
4. Manifesto, Clapham
5. Pizza Union, multiple locations
6. Well Kneaded, Earlsfield
7. Homeslice, multiple locations
8. Crust Bros, Waterloo
9. Street Pizza, St Paul’s, Camden, and Southwark
10. Yard Sale Pizza, multiple locations
11. L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele , Marylebone and Soho
12. ASAP Pizza, Borough Market
13. Pizza Pilgrims, everywhere
14. 400 Rabbits, Crystal Palace, Nunhead, West Norwood, and Brockwell Lido
15. Voodoo Ray’s, Dalston and Peckham
16. Theo’s, Camberwell and Elephant & Castle
17. Pizza East, Shoreditch and Portobello
18. Joe Public, Clapham
19. Mama Dough, multiple locations
20. Sodo Pizza, Bethnal Green, Hoxton, Clapton, and Walthamstow
21. O’Ver, Borough and St James’
22. Pizzeria Pellone, Lavender Hill
23. 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo, Trafalgar Square
24. Berberè, Clapham
25. Franco Manca, multiple locations
Still hungry after all that? Check out our guides to the best pasta places, Thai joints, and prettiest restaurants in London
H2WithAnchorsWe’ve rounded up the best restaurants in London for a bloody nice slice of pizza
Body25 Incredible Pizza Restaurants In London To Grab A Slice Of The Action Alex Landon - Editor • 27 August, 2021 We’ve rounded up the best restaurants in London for a bloody nice slice of pizza. Ah, pizza. You’ve helped us through a lot. Hangovers, break ups, everyday carb-cravings. Is there nothing you can’t cure? Thankfully, London is properly spoilt when it comes to slices (or entire pies, we’ll never judge), and so we’ve taken on the daunting task of rounding up the best spots in the city. So, without further preamble, our favourite pizza places in London! 1. Zia Lucia, multiple locations. We’re starting with a bold claim from our UK/IE/AUS Editor Georgie: “Okay, I’m just going to say it: Zia Lucia has the best pizza in all of London.”  Cat amongst the pigeons in the very first entry, right? All of Zia Lucia’s doughs – traditional, wholemeal, gluten free or a witchy vegetable charcoal – are fermented for 48 hours and baked inside hand-crafted wood-fired ovens, and you can really taste the special treatment. Try the ‘Arianna’ with mozzarella, fresh sausage, goat’s cheese, pecorino, and truffle honey, and Georgie promises you’ll be dreaming about it forever. Find out more here. 2. Santa Maria, Ealing, Chelsea, Fitzrovia, and Brentford. Originally named for its location on St. Mary’s Road in Ealing, Santa Maria is amongst the first names on the list when considering the best pizza joints in town. The owners, ingredients, and wood fired oven have all come over from Italy, giving their pies an authentic Neapolitan taste. Fun fact: their Brentford location is actually found inside a luxury car dealership! More info here. 3. Lost Boys Pizza, Camden. Inspired by the 1987 cult classic The Lost Boys, this oxymoronically (self five for the excellent word) friendly pizzeria boasts a killer 80s soundtrack, a vampire-themed cocktail menu, and some seriously spooky black dough pizzas. We’d recommend the ‘Paps Goes To’ pizza, topped with sausage, broccoli and parmesan, and don’t forget to dip that charcoal dough into their spicy pineapple relish (don’t knock it till you’ve tried it). Don’t skip the cocktail menu either – and once you’re done, pop downstairs to the quirky absinthe bar hidden beneath the restaurant. More info here. 4. Manifesto, Clapham. An unassuming spot tucked away in Clapham Junction, Manifesto gambles that sourcing the very best ingredients will result in the very best pizzas. Having eaten here before, we can tell you it’s a gamble that pays off handsomely! See more here. 5. Pizza Union, multiple locations. Pizza Union is the perfect place to go if you’re craving pizza, but you’re a little strapped for cash. A proper, human-sized margarita costs just £3.95, but, if I were you, I’d opt for the ‘Romana’ for a modest £6.50, topped with goat’s cheese, pancetta and wild broccoli. If you like it spicy, go for the ‘Calabria’ with mascarpone, n’duja sausage and rocket. It’s proper Italian pizza for proper cheap prices, and they also do a cracking gluten free pizza. Find out more here. 6. Well Kneaded, Earlsfield. If pizza is the thing you truly knead right now, check out this excellent spot. The highlight here is a toss up between their whimsical pizza slide, and the fact that they’re a social enterprise who provide employment and skills training for vulnerable young people. Pizzas are cracking, too! See more here. 7. Homeslice, multiple locations. This almighty pizza joint allows you to buy pizza by the slice but, also, you can get a whomping great 20-inch pizza for £20. Their flavours are so diverse – for example, kimchi, porcini cream and basil or aubergine, cauliflower cheese, spinach and harissa – so you’re bound to want to mix and match. Their branch in Neal’s Yard is especially cute, but they have a load of restaurants across London. Find your nearest Homeslice here.  8. Crust Bros, Waterloo. Crust Bros is, unsurprisingly, all about that perfect crust. Their dough is left to rise for up to 48 hours before being cooked in the 500 degree wood-fired oven for just 60 seconds. Topped with ingredients that have been handpicked from Italy, the result is a delizioso pizza Straight Outta Naples. See more here. 9. Street Pizza, St Paul’s, Camden, and Southwark. Did you know Gordon Ramsay had a pizza restaurant? Thankfully there’s not an idiot sandwich in sight here, but you will find bottomless pizza and bottomless Negroni ice cream, which is why we’re making a beeline here as soon as possible. You’ll soon find them at Battersea Power Station, too. More info. 10. Yard Sale Pizza, multiple locations. Yard Sale started out serving stone baked pizzas in one of the founders’ back gardens, which has since turned into five restaurants across London. When they launched their first in 2014, they had Macaulay Culkin’s band, The Pizza Underground, play an unannounced UK debut in the kitchen (watch it here). It’s worth trying everything on the menu, but I’d especially recommend the ‘TSB’ with tender stem broccoli, manchego, pine nuts and garlic. Their regular collaborations are especially worth keeping an eye out for, and Yard Sale also delivered free pizza to NHS staff during the pandemic. As if they weren’t perfect already! Discover more here. 11. L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele , Marylebone and Soho. The original Naples restaurant is famous for having “the world’s best pizza” (seen/read Eat, Pray, Love? Yeah, it’s That Pizza Restaurant), so understandably Londoners were pretty excited when it opened here. Queues for the much-hyped margherita have died down a little since then, but it remains a must-visit. More info. 12. ASAP Pizza, Borough Market. A new kid on the block, ASAP Pizza comes from the team behind Michelin star restaurant Lyle’s and much-hyped bakery and wine bar Flor. Now slinging slices out at Borough Market (from Flor, incidentally), it was born during the first lockdown to immediate acclaim. White and red base pizzas are both available, all with witty names like ‘Spice Grrl’ – tomato & ‘nduja sauce, caciocavallo, honey, and sicilian oregano – and ‘Cheese Louise’ (Tropea onion, anchovies, primo sale, pecorino, and ricotta). Get yourself their tiramisu for dessert, you won’t regret it. Check them out here. 13. Pizza Pilgrims, everywhere. I’m only half-joking: Pizza Pilgrims are literally everywhere in London these days. What started as a six-week pilgrimage to Italy to learn about all things pizza has since grown into one of the capital’s best-loved chains – and crucially, remains an excellent spot for a slice. Find out more here. 14. 400 Rabbits, Crystal Palace, Nunhead, West Norwood, and Brockwell Lido. North Londoners may not be au fait with 400 Rabbits – and to those North Londoners, I say this: you are seriously missing out. First of all, the restaurant is named after the 400 Rabbit Gods of Aztec folklore, which is just fucking cool. Second, they love their craft beer as much as they love their pizzas, so you can bet the drinks are top-notch. And third, they’ve got easily some of the best vegan pizzas in town. Try ‘The Clean One’ (tomato, courgette, piquillo peppers, pine nuts, and chimichurri) for plant-powered perfection. See more here. 15. Voodoo Ray’s, Dalston and Peckham. Gigantic, 22-inch NYC-inspired pizzas virtually guaranteed Voodoo Ray’s place on our list, and a scroll through their Instagram is enough to get me drooling. Famously, their Full Moon slice – bacon dust, Japanese mayo, mozzarella, tomato sauce, and vine tomatoes – was for a time only available after midnight. Worth waiting for, IMHO. More info here. 16. Theo’s, Camberwell and Elephant & Castle. Another South London gem (honestly, come at us rest of London, we’ve got pizza FOR DAYS SON!), Theo’s more than lives up to the hype. Grab yourself a Negroni, settle in, and whatever pizza you get, add ricotta to it. Sheer, unbridled food joy awaits you. More info here. 17. Pizza East, Shoreditch and Portobello. Produce-led pizza, quality wines, and banging cocktails means Pizza East has the big three covered, although they also serve a proper cooked breakfast if you’re somehow, inexplicably, not in the mood for pizza. Find out more here. 18. Joe Public, Clapham. A combination of being a) right next to Clapham Common and b) serving takeaway pints meant this place was insanely busy during summer 2020. Their slices are ginormous, the entire 20-inch pizza even more so. We’d recommend the native mushroom, crispy shallots, truffle oil, parmesan, and cream chive base for a treat. See more here. 19. Mama Dough, multiple locations. Our next South London institution is properly keen on locally sourced ingredients (their coffee’s roasted in Shoreditch, the craft beer is brewed 5 miles away) and it shows in their delicious sourdough pizzas . The ‘Beatrice’ comes recommended, but those who love a challenge can tackle ‘The Devil’. Find out more. 20. Sodo Pizza, Bethnal Green, Hoxton, Clapton, and Walthamstow. Sodo love a witty pizza name as much as the next person – see the ‘Jon Bon Chovy’ for more evidence of this – but they also pride themselves on producing a dough that is light on the stomach, thanks to a 48-hour fermentation and baking at 450 degrees. They’ve also got brunch, so you can stay all day! More info here. 21. O’Ver, Borough and St James’. The secret to O’Ver’s lighty and fluffy crusts is a left-field one: purified seawater (don’t worry, it’s sourced from the purest waters of the Mediterranean rather than anywhere around London). Authentic ingredients from Italian producers do the rest, and the wood-fired oven adds the final touches. See more here. 22. Pizzeria Pellone, Lavender Hill. The first Pizzeria Pellone outside of Naples (side note: how many world-class pizzerias does Naples actually have, and why aren’t I there right now?) is found in Battersea, and they’re justifiably renowned for their calzone fritto. Find out more here. 23. 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo, Trafalgar Square. Another pizza joint that’s become wildly popular in Naples and expanded into London, 50 Kalò is the restaurant of acclaimed doughmeister Ciro Salvo. A massive pizza menu means you’re spoilt for choice, but when in doubt, head straight for the true test of a pizzaiolo’s talents: the margherita. More here. 24. Berberè, Clapham. The artist formerly known as Radio Alice has been reborn as Berberè after the founding brothers bought out their UK investors and brought it under the same umbrella as their Italian pizzerias. Expect a little menu change, without losing the light and wickedly inventive pizzas that made Radio Alice such a hit. See more here. 25. Franco Manca, multiple locations. Ok, I know it’s cool to scoff at chain restaurants, but give a Londoner the chance to grab a bite at Franco Manca, and you’ll rarely find the offer turned down. It’s one of those London-centric chains that has kept the same winning formula despite rapid expansion, and their Negroni remains an absolute steal at under £6. If you’re dead set on authenticity, head to their original Brixton Market location to see where it all began. More info. Still hungry after all that? Check out our guides to the best pasta places, Thai joints, and prettiest restaurants in London. Also published on Medium. Tags: italian, pizza, restaurants Food & Drink
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BodyBest pizza London 2020: From sourdough to by-the-slice, the top restaurants in the capital VIEW COMMENTS By Ailis BrennanBen Norum07 February 2020Pizza one of the world’s most popular foods – and rightly so.But with popularity comes much mediocrity and London has its fair share of lacklustre slices. Thankfully the capital also offers gluttonous amounts of very good pizza indeed. We're home to Neapolitan-style margheritas with silky tomato bases; New York-inspired, by-the-slice bad boys laden with spicy toppings and thin-and-crispy heroes that hit the spot for a lighter bite. From superlative sourdough bases to tip-top toppings, these are the best places in London to get a slice of pizza pie. L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele. Flying in to Baker Street from Naples, this pizzeria – which incidentally was featured in Eat, Pray, Love – has been described as the best in the world, never mind London. The London branch is less scruffy (and a little more expensive) than the Naples original, and the pizzas are slightly different, too – the bases are thicker for a start. That said, the full-flavoured tomato base which is a signature is present and correct and there’s no doubting this is among the finest pizza in the capital. Be prepared to queue.199 Baker Street, NW1 6UY, anticapizzeriadamichele.co.uk50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo. Pizza at 50 Kalo / Luciano FuriaDon't be fooled by the red and black Dennis the Menace-style decor — this place does seriously good pizza. Ingredients are rich and authentic (the mozzarella is flown in from Campania) and the pizzas come with generous helpings of lip-smacking tomato sauce (that you be mopping up with leftover crust afterwards).7 Northumberland Ave,WC2N 5BY, cirosalvo.itPizza Pilgrims. With restaurants in different corners of London, brothers James and Thom Eliot have come a long way since their days as street food traders. The Neapolitan-style pizzas here are soft and doughy with a plumped-up crust and a rich tomato base – try the nudja variety if you’re feeling spicy. Various locations, pizzapilgrims.co.ukYard Sale Pizza. Yard Sale Pizza started out how you might expect – in a yard. Founder Johnnie Tate began his dough spinning journey cooking pies in a pizza oven in his Hackney back garden, but now the brand boasts five sites across London and has collaborated with the likes of foodie rapper Loyle Carner and, err, Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin. The proof of their success is in the pie – it’s Holy Pepperoni is topped with two types of pepperoni and nduja sausage, while more contemporary options include the TSB, topped with tenderstem broccoli, manchego and pine nuts. E2, N4, E5, E17, E11, yardsalepizza.comSodo Pizza Café . PRESS IMAGE Sodo Pizza SUPPLIED BY Sodo Pizza In case you were wondering about the name, Sodo stands for sourdough. And that’s something they take pretty seriously here. All the pizza dough is fermented for 48 hours and then baked at over 450° so that its light and airy with plenty of that sourdough ‘tang’. With such great bases it makes sense to keep toppings simple, but special kudos must go to the brilliantly named Jon Bon Chovy topped with anchovies, olives, capers, chilli and fresh parsley. Various locations, sodopizza.co.ukBravi Ragazzi. Pizzas that Neapolitans would hold dear to their hearts are served at this small Streatham spot – and it’s all about the base. Light and air-filled, it’s crackingly crisp on the outside but chewily moist within. Simple but good quality toppings complete the package. 2a Sunnyhill Road, SW16 2UH, braviragazzipizzeria.co.ukCrate Brewery. No two items could be more perfectly suited to each other than beer and pizza – and few places are as geared up for the pair of them as Crate is. As well as making its own beer on-site it serves crispy, thin-base pizzas that are worthy of much more than just soaking up your drinks. Try the Middle Eastern lamb variety, topped with spicy mince, alongside more traditional numbers.The White Building, Queen's Yard, E9 5EN; cratebrewery.comVoodoo Rays. Crust-leavers, get yourself to Voodoo Rays. This Dalston-originating pizza joint serves its pizza by-the-slice from massive 22-inch New York-style pies – do the maths and that means less crust, more topping. And what toppings they are: fior di latte mozzarella and San Marzano tomatoes are used across the board and varieties include both Italian classic and the likes of the very English Porky’s, made with Cumberland sausage, Stilton, red onion and parsley. E8, E1, SE15, voodoorays.comPizza East. This mini-chain with outlets in Shoreditch, Kentish Town and Portobello has exactly the kind of cool-glam you’d expect from an offering by the Soho House group. Light springy pizza bases are laden with robust cheeses and cured meats, while the wood-fired oven they are cooked in also adds flavour to alternatives such as mac ‘n’ cheese and rib-eye steak. W10, E1, NW5, pizzaeast.comFranco Manca . There's a staggering number of Franco Manca branches throughout the capital, from Soho to Southfields and Covent Garden to Chiswick. Despite its size, the slightly sour, salty chewy Neapolitan base which made such an impression at the original Brixton Market branch remains, as do the simple but well-sourced toppings. The original Brixton branch is still the best. Various locations, francomanca.co.uk Radio Alice . Radio Alice probably isn’t pizza as you know it, but we’re all for expanding horizons. The concept comes courtesy of Matteo and Salvatore Aloe, two Calabrian-born brothers who brought their successful sharing-pizza restaurants to London in 2011. Bases here are thicker, fluffier and bouncier than you may anticipate, and pizzas are cut up into smaller pieces, each slice topped with perfect proportions of seasonal ingredients, ripe for passing around the table between friends. Having a pizza party? This is your perfect spot. SW4, N1, E14, radioalicepizzeria.co.ukL’Antica Pizzeria. The team behind this bustling neighbourhood pizzeria use traditional Caputo flour imported directly from Naples and ferment their dough for over 24 hours before it goes in the oven. The extra air inside means that the bases puff up quickly, making them lighter and airier. The pizzas are all named after famous Italians – try the Giuseppe Garibaldi made with smoked mozzarella, Napolitan pork sausages, mushrooms and truffle oil.66 Heath Street, NW3 1DN, anticapizzeria.co.uk Hai Cenato. Jason Atherton's Italian restaurant serves an interesting selection of pizzas, of which half are 'bianco' meaning no tomato sauce. The toppings are the clever and creative rather than traditional - as might be expected from a Michelin-starred chef - but there's nothing overly fussy going on. Try one topped with speck, nduja, spinach, anchovy and harissa for a flavour bomb, and also look out for the monthly-changing specials designed by top chefs. What makes them worthy of inclusion is that just as much care has gone into their salty, pleasingly chewy sourdough bases as it has in choosing the toppings.2 Sir Simon Milton Square, SW1E 5DJ, haicenato.co.ukHomeslice. There are now six buzzy Homeslice sites across London serving up impressive 20-inch pizzas. Some off-the-wall toppings may put off purists, but clever combos and a blistering hot oven ensure the end results really do work – even a goat shoulder and savoy cabbage number. Devour them whole or by the slice.Various locations, homeslicepizza.co.ukCircolo Popolare . Lateef Okunnu @lateef.photographyThe pizzas here are as luxurious as the restaurant’s famously flamboyant surroundings. Delicious metre-long 'zas arrive from the open kitchen’s twin rotary oven, placed on tables under floral ceilings and surrounded by walls stacked with 20,000 bottles. The crusts are chewy and light, the toppings are liberally applied and the sauces are perfect. ES Magazine’s critic Jimi Famurewa was full of praise for the doughy dishes, calling the peach-topped Orlando Blue pie “a balanced blast of sunshine.” The pizzas at Gloria, Circolo’s sister restaurant, are just as good too.40-41 Rathbone Place, W1T 1HX, bigmammagroup.comMade of Dough . Going perm in Peckham: Made of DoughAt Made of Dough, it’s all about that crust – generously charred and tangy as heck, its arguably the star of the show. Heading into the centre, be sure that the Truffle is somewhere on your order – a white pizza, both mozzarella and parmesan are topped with white alba truffle oil and portobello mushrooms, with the option to add a mind-boggling portion of burratina on top. Starting life as a residency at Pop Brixton, the Made of Dough team now have a permanent spot in Peckham, as well as popular stalls in Market Hall Fulham and the West End location of crazy golf bar Swingers. SE15, SW6, W1, madeofdough.co.ukLardo. This Hackney Central restaurant churns out superlative crisp-based pizzas from its shiny mirror-clad oven, which also acts as a focal point in the industrial-style space. British-made charcuterie is another high-point, so why not combine the two – try a pizza topped with anise pepperoni, mozzarella and rocket. 197-205 Richmond Road, E8 3NJ; lardo.co.ukPizza Union. This casual pizzeria with sites in Spitalfields and King’s Cross is buzzy, fast and impressively cheap – plus the pizzas are the real deal. They’re made in the Roman style, with bases that are thin and crispy rather than chewy, and come in an abundance of varieties. Good news for coeliacs – just ask for gluten free bases. Various locations, pizzaunion.comSanta Maria. First look - Napoli pizza at Santa Maria ChelseaIf authentic Neapolitan pizza is your thing, then you’ll struggle to find a better spot than Santa Maria this side of an EasyJet flight. It’s run by Neapolitans Angelo and Pasquale who are so fanatical about their pizza that they’ve been known to turn away those who just order salad – but why would you do that? Stretchy pizza bases are pleasingly chewy and laden with fine Italian produce. Try the Santa Bufalina topped with tomato, buffalo mozzarella, extra virgin olive oil and fresh basil – a fine example of less is more. Sister site Sacro Cuore in Kensal Green is just as good. W5, SW6, W1, santamariapizzeriaSantore. A hefty proportion of the clientele always seems to be Italian at this old-school Clerkenwell local, and that’s got to be a good sign. The signature order is pizza by the metre, made with varying toppings along the stretch – you might want to bring a couple of friends to help polish it off though. For something different try the i panuozzi, a ‘pizza sandwich’ that has the same toppings but double the dough.59-61 Exmouth Market, EC1R 4QL, santorerestaurant.londonZia Lucia. Zia Lucia really knows its dough. The growing pizza group has four different doughs on its menu – a traditional, a wholemeal, a vegetable charcoal and one made with gluten-free flour. Toppings are Italian in essence, with a few tantalisingly unusual variations along the way: the Andrea Pirlo is topped with gorgonzola, apple, truffle and olive sauce, while the Green Vegana is spread with spicy broccoli cream and sundried tomatoes. W14, N7, HA9, E1, zialucia.com
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BodyThe 17 Essential London Pizzerias From Neapolitan and NYC-style to somewhere-in-betweens by Daniel Young, James Hansen, and Feroz Gajia Updated Jul 14, 2021, 10:45am BST Share this story. Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: The 17 Essential London Pizzerias . Pocket Flipboard Email View as Map A margherita at L’Antica Pizzeria, in Barnet | Daniel Young by Daniel Young, James Hansen, and Feroz Gajia Updated Jul 14, 2021, 10:45am BST Share this story. Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: The 17 Essential London Pizzerias . Pocket Flipboard Email A consequence of London’s slow-rising, fast-cooking pizza boom is an insatiable demand for pizza bakers and high staff turnover. With London’s pizzaioli emulating Fabrizio Cacciatorre, the Italian footballer who played for 10 different Italian clubs in a space of 10 years, it’s become difficult for pizzerias to maintain consistency. So how is a London pizza punter to cope with all this to-ing and fro-ing? By choosing either a pizzeria owned and operated by the pizza maker or one with proven, hands-on management that can withstand — and maybe even avert — the revolving-door disruptions. The essential pizzerias below fall into these two categories. London’s restaurants, pubs, cafes, and bars reopen for full indoor service from 19 July, when the government lifts all legal coronavirus restrictions. Some venues will continue to practice social distancing and masking: Customers can check with individual venues to determine their availability and Covid-secure measures before deciding to visit. Read More Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically. 1. Da Moreno Pizzeria Copy Link 190 Northfield Ave, West EalingLondon W13 9SJ, UK 020 8579 8905 020 8579 8905 Visit Website This tight spot on Northfield Avenue — in which the oven takes up around 60 percent of the room and the smell of charring dough circles like a benevolent spirit — is continuing to flex its house specials in a takeaway only setting: King prawns and pancetta hang out on a ricotta canvas, while speck, porcini, and gorgonzola put umami treble on the superb base. Currently closed for refurbishment. Airbnb Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: Where to Eat Outside in London 15 Excellent Restaurants to Try in Ealing 2. Santa Maria Copy Link 11 Bond StLondon W5 5AP, UK 020 8840 4998 020 8840 4998 Visit Website Santa Maria has been at or near the top best-pizza-in-London lists for so long now, co-owners Pasquale Chionchio and Angelo Ambrosia should be paying rent. The pizza, like Santa Maria’s incredibly demanding co-owners, is Neapolitan to the core, its deceptively fragile crust holding up to pressure, from the San Marzano tomatoes as well as one’s eager fingers. Branches in Chelsea and Fitzrovia now open, too. Daniel Young Open in Google Maps Foursquare Also Featured in: The 38 Essential Restaurants in London 15 Excellent Restaurants to Try in Ealing 3. Napoli on the Road Copy Link 9A Devonshire Rd, ChiswickLondon W4 2EU, UK 020 7062 5723 020 7062 5723 Visit Website This three-wheeled pizzeria still rests on the four legs of the inseparable pizzaioli Michele Pascarella and Paolo Cimmino — colleagues at Sartori, on Great Newport St, before they hit the road, but it’s no longer a roving truck. Having set up shop in Chiswick, it’s still the best spot in London to try the fashionable pizza canotto (“dinghy”), so-called due to its inflated rim. At first it looks as if the dough were powered on steroids, not yeast, but this stunning street pizza is still built on lots of hydration, patience, know-how and love in its new, off-street home. The crust is as soft and airy as a cloud. Daniel Young Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: Where to Order Pizza in London Right Now 4. L'Antica Pizzeria Copy Link 66 Heath StLondon NW3 1DN, UK 020 7431 8516 020 7431 8516 Visit Website Not long ago, those who wanted true Neapolitan pizza north of the A406, had to drive to Manchester. That was prior to mid-July 2018, when this cherished Hampstead pizzeria opened a spacious Barnet branch. Initial resistance to its bendy base compels partners Luca de Vita and Alessandro Betti to revive an old act: Convince skeptical North Londoners that pizza doesn’t have to be crisp and dry. The puffed border of the pizza is as light as a cloud — the antithesis of bloated cardboard pizza. De Vita and Betti are uncompromising when it comes to the composition of their slow-fermented dough as well as in the choice in ingredients and, crucially, pizzaioli. For those who still prefer a cheesy pizza now and then, the five-cheese Annibale is worth a detour, either side of the North Circular. Daniel Young Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: 15 Restaurants to Visit in Hampstead and Highgate Where to Order Pizza in London Right Now 5. L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele Copy Link 199 Baker St, MaryleboneLondon NW1 6UY, UK 020 7935 6458 020 7935 6458 Visit Website The legendary Naples pizzeria licensed this large, splashy branch in the old central London ‘hood of Sherlock Holmes after an ill-fated first opening in Stoke Newington. For the classic margherita, the tomato and mozzarella is the same as in Naples and so is the famous stretch: Pulled and pinched over a wooden paddle, the base becomes so thin you can practically see through it. A minute in the oven for a charred, misshapen pizza too big for its plate or its box. This rustic randomness is the essence of the Da Michele experience. Da Michele’s margherita at Baker Street Daniel Young Open in Google Maps 6. Pizzeria Pellone London Copy Link 42 Lavender Hill, Clapham TownLondon SW11 5RL, UK 020 8062 7133 020 8062 7133 Visit Website On Lavender Hill in Battersea sits one of the finest pizzerias in the city. Pellone respects the classics with the care of an antiquarian, but the stars are the white pizza with mortadella and a pizza with yellow tomatoes, simple enticing ideas that complement the beautifully puffed cornicione and long fermented dough. —Feroz Gajia Pizzeria Pellone [Official Photo] Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: The 15 Best Restaurants in Clapham 10 Restaurants that Make Eating in Battersea a Must Sign up for the newsletter Eater London . Sign up for our newsletter. 7. Pizza Pilgrims Copy Link 11 Dean St, SohoLondon W1D 3RP, UK 020 7287 8964 020 7287 8964 Visit Website A typical tourist might return home from Italy with a Leaning Tower of Pisa fridge magnet. James and Thom Elliot brought back a Piaggio pizza van and became influential champions of Neapolitan pizza, first at Berwick Street Market and then at eleven pizza restaurants. The ‘nduja pizza helped make that spicy Calabrian pork sausage one of the world’s trendiest toppings. Multiple venues. Courtesy of Pizza Pilgrims Open in Google Maps Foursquare 8. Bravi Ragazzi Copy Link 2A Sunnyhill RdLondon SW16 2UH, UK 020 8769 4966 020 8769 4966 Visit Website Italian and English are not so much spoken as shouted at Bravi Ragazzi. This boisterous slice of Naples isn’t for everyone and maybe that’s a lucky thing: It’s already hard enough to get a table. The rustic, leopard-spotted crust of pizza can be so light it’s a wonder it doesn’t collapse under the pressure of its moist toppings. But weightlessness in a Neapolitan pizza is a reflection of strength. Daniel Young Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: Where to Order Takeaway and Delivery in South West London Where to Order Pizza in London Right Now 9. 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo Pizzeria London Copy Link 7 Northumberland Ave, WestminsterLondon WC2N 5BY, UK 020 7930 9955 020 7930 9955 Visit Website The image and imprint of pizza superstar Ciro Salvo pervade the new Trafalgar Square branch of his Naples pizzeria and, with them, the real possibility — if not always the promise — of London’s best pizza ever. The raw materials for greatness are there: Ciro’s dough yields an incomparably light, supple crust, the base for world-class sourcing and baking technique. But building a Westminster team of pizzaioli that can make it his way, at all times, could prove a challenge. One of the beautiful artichoke and capocollo pizzas recently served fell flat on the edges, lacking the air-pocketed border one expects to see framing a Ciro Salvo pizza. It was good enough, which is to say, not quite good enough. When Ciro or a trusted sidekick are in London to stretch the 50 Kalò (“good dough” in Neapolitan slang), even a pizza as basic as a Marinara, with only tomato, oregano, garlic and extra virgin olive oil, is a thrill ride. Soaring flavours held aloft by a magic carpet woven with flour, yeast and water. Artichoke and capocollo pizza at 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo Pizzeria, near Trafalgar Square Daniel Young Open in Google Maps 10. Homeslice Pizza Copy Link 13 Neal's YardLondon WC2H 9DP, UK 020 3151 7488 020 3151 7488 Visit Website Kimchi, porcini cream and basil. Aubergine, cauliflower cheese, spinach, and harissa. Spiced lamb, savoy cabbage and sumac yoghurt. Dorothy, it looks like we’re not in Margheritaville anymore. Homeslice is the original and unapologetically cheffy pizzeria, founded by street food warrior Ry Jessup — who has now left the business — and restaurant insider Mark Wogan. It isn’t only the cosmopolitan toppings that stretch the boundaries of Italian pizza. With 20-inch bases, the pizzas are made for sharing. Multiple venues. Daniel Young Open in Google Maps 11. Sorrento In Copy Link 1168 London RdLondon SW16 4DP, UK 020 3802 3719 020 3802 3719 For 20 years, Valentino Ferro has been London’s undisputed king of the long-form style known as pizza a metro — “pizza by the metre”. Working first at Pizza Metro in Battersea, later at Saporitalia in Notting Hill and most recently at his own Sorrento In, Ferro stretches slabs of the dough over a long wooden pizza paddle and deftly deposits the half-meter-long pizzas onto the oven floor. Even in round form, his elegant Marinara benefits from the fragrant oregano grown by his wife Gelsomina Mase. Sorrento In’s half metre margherita Daniel Young Open in Google Maps 12. ‘O ver Copy Link 44-46 Southwark StLondon SE1 1UN, UK 020 7378 9933 020 7378 9933 Visit Website The secret to the magically fluffy and aromatic crust at ‘O Ver is ostensibly purified seawater in the dough, but really it was the skill and perfectionism of pizza baker Marino Bove, who has now left the business. Thankfully, his directive to tear open the crust and direct the nose into the steaming fluff before taking a bite holds up, and two signature pizzas belong on everyone’s bucket list: The Paloma, with smoked mozzarella, chiodini mushrooms and pancetta arrotolata; and the Sorrento, with mozzarella, lemon zest, Sicilian Vesuvio yellow cherry tomatoes, black pepper, and fresh basil. Now with a second location in St. James’s. ‘O Ver’s The Paloma Daniel Young Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: 15 Hard Cider Producers Around D.C. 13. Oi Vita Pizzeria Copy Link 67 Newington Green Rd, Mildmay WardLondon N1 4QU, UK 020 3302 8700 020 3302 8700 Visit Website The shortage of qualified pizza makers in London is a boon to the appetites of Oi Vita devotees, if not to the home life of co-owner Nicola Apicella. He is a fixture at the forno, shaping beautifully airy pizzas layered with the finest traditional ingredients. His cheese-dusted calzone may be stuffed and covered with assorted cheeses and salumi, in the Neapolitan manner, but this exceptional folded pizza is as un-heavy as they come. Oi Vita/Facebook Open in Google Maps 14. Vicoli di Napoli Pizzeria Copy Link 125 Stoke Newington Church St, Stoke NewingtonLondon N16 0UH, UK 020 7687 0009 020 7687 0009 Visit Website This is not L’Antica Pizzeria di Michele, nor does it need to be. Previously embroiled in a naming scandal, Vicoli di Napoli has forged out on its own to produce pizza that can match its illustrious forerunner. It’s added modest specials and meat options to the previously either/or menu, but the margherita is the one to get most times out of ten. —Feroz Gajia Vicoli di Napoli [Official Photo] Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: Where to Order Pizza in London Right Now 15. Sud Italia Copy Link Old Spitalfields Market, Brushfield StLondon E1 6AA, UK Visit Website Enough with Big Ben: The first stop in London for discerning Italian tourists is now Silvestro Morlando’s mobile pizzeria. They must see for themselves if it’s really as genuine as their national newspapers insist. It is, to a point, with the Zucca Pizza — puréed pumpkin replaces tomato sauce, establishing orange as the new red. Daniel Young Open in Google Maps More in Maps . The Best New Coffee Shops in London The Hottest Cocktail Bars in London The Hottest New Restaurants in London, January 2022 16. Yard Sale Pizza Copy Link 105 Lower Clapton RdLondon E5 0NP, UK 020 3602 9090 020 3602 9090 Visit Website Even as it expands, Yard Sale, first and foremost a takeaway outfit, remains devoted to its mix of the virtuous and the “dirty.” Options like gluten-free dough and vegan cheese share menu space with Rib Man Holy F**K sauce. Its thin-crusted flexi pizzas, from the TSB (tender-stem broccoli) to the Holy Pepperoni, are blanketed with marvellously melty mozzarella. Multiple locations. Daniel Young Open in Google Maps 17. Wandercrust Pizza at The Duke Pub SE8 Copy Link The Duke, 125 Creek Rd, GreenwichLondon SE8 3BU, UK 020 8469 8260 020 8469 8260 Visit Website One for the pizza devotees: Mike Gregory has bought his pies, formerly at The Crown Greenwich, to both The Duke, also in Greenwich, and the Dolphin in Sydenham. One peerless pizza of his is the American Psycho, which consists of San Marzano tomato, mozzarella, Ventricina salami, Roquito peppers, Moon chilli honey and fresh basil layered over a light, puffy, Neapolitan base. The same chilli honey is drizzled over Wandercrust’s four cheese pizza with mozzarella, ricotta, gorgonzola, and pecorino. Daniel Young Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: Where to Order Pizza in London Right Now More in Maps . Where to Slurp Oysters From the Shell in London 17 Restaurants Every Londoner Should (Re)Discover 9 Winning Restaurants in Wimbledon © 2022 Vox Media, Inc. All rights reserved. Link copied to the clipboard. 1. Da Moreno Pizzeria 190 Northfield Ave, West Ealing, London W13 9SJ, UK Airbnb This tight spot on Northfield Avenue — in which the oven takes up around 60 percent of the room and the smell of charring dough circles like a benevolent spirit — is continuing to flex its house specials in a takeaway only setting: King prawns and pancetta hang out on a ricotta canvas, while speck, porcini, and gorgonzola put umami treble on the superb base. Currently closed for refurbishment. 190 Northfield Ave, West EalingLondon W13 9SJ, UK 020 8579 8905 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 2. Santa Maria 11 Bond St, London W5 5AP, UK Daniel Young Santa Maria has been at or near the top best-pizza-in-London lists for so long now, co-owners Pasquale Chionchio and Angelo Ambrosia should be paying rent. The pizza, like Santa Maria’s incredibly demanding co-owners, is Neapolitan to the core, its deceptively fragile crust holding up to pressure, from the San Marzano tomatoes as well as one’s eager fingers. Branches in Chelsea and Fitzrovia now open, too. 11 Bond StLondon W5 5AP, UK 020 8840 4998 Visit Website Open in Google Maps Foursquare 3. Napoli on the Road 9A Devonshire Rd, Chiswick, London W4 2EU, UK Daniel Young This three-wheeled pizzeria still rests on the four legs of the inseparable pizzaioli Michele Pascarella and Paolo Cimmino — colleagues at Sartori, on Great Newport St, before they hit the road, but it’s no longer a roving truck. Having set up shop in Chiswick, it’s still the best spot in London to try the fashionable pizza canotto (“dinghy”), so-called due to its inflated rim. At first it looks as if the dough were powered on steroids, not yeast, but this stunning street pizza is still built on lots of hydration, patience, know-how and love in its new, off-street home. The crust is as soft and airy as a cloud. 9A Devonshire Rd, ChiswickLondon W4 2EU, UK 020 7062 5723 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 4. L'Antica Pizzeria 66 Heath St, London NW3 1DN, UK Daniel Young Not long ago, those who wanted true Neapolitan pizza north of the A406, had to drive to Manchester. That was prior to mid-July 2018, when this cherished Hampstead pizzeria opened a spacious Barnet branch. Initial resistance to its bendy base compels partners Luca de Vita and Alessandro Betti to revive an old act: Convince skeptical North Londoners that pizza doesn’t have to be crisp and dry. The puffed border of the pizza is as light as a cloud — the antithesis of bloated cardboard pizza. De Vita and Betti are uncompromising when it comes to the composition of their slow-fermented dough as well as in the choice in ingredients and, crucially, pizzaioli. For those who still prefer a cheesy pizza now and then, the five-cheese Annibale is worth a detour, either side of the North Circular. 66 Heath StLondon NW3 1DN, UK 020 7431 8516 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 5. L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele 199 Baker St, Marylebone, London NW1 6UY, UK Da Michele’s margherita at Baker Street Daniel Young The legendary Naples pizzeria licensed this large, splashy branch in the old central London ‘hood of Sherlock Holmes after an ill-fated first opening in Stoke Newington. For the classic margherita, the tomato and mozzarella is the same as in Naples and so is the famous stretch: Pulled and pinched over a wooden paddle, the base becomes so thin you can practically see through it. A minute in the oven for a charred, misshapen pizza too big for its plate or its box. This rustic randomness is the essence of the Da Michele experience. 199 Baker St, MaryleboneLondon NW1 6UY, UK 020 7935 6458 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 6. Pizzeria Pellone London 42 Lavender Hill, Clapham Town, London SW11 5RL, UK Pizzeria Pellone [Official Photo] On Lavender Hill in Battersea sits one of the finest pizzerias in the city. Pellone respects the classics with the care of an antiquarian, but the stars are the white pizza with mortadella and a pizza with yellow tomatoes, simple enticing ideas that complement the beautifully puffed cornicione and long fermented dough. —Feroz Gajia 42 Lavender Hill, Clapham TownLondon SW11 5RL, UK 020 8062 7133 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 7. Pizza Pilgrims 11 Dean St, Soho, London W1D 3RP, UK Courtesy of Pizza Pilgrims A typical tourist might return home from Italy with a Leaning Tower of Pisa fridge magnet. James and Thom Elliot brought back a Piaggio pizza van and became influential champions of Neapolitan pizza, first at Berwick Street Market and then at eleven pizza restaurants. The ‘nduja pizza helped make that spicy Calabrian pork sausage one of the world’s trendiest toppings. Multiple venues. 11 Dean St, SohoLondon W1D 3RP, UK 020 7287 8964 Visit Website Open in Google Maps Foursquare 8. Bravi Ragazzi 2A Sunnyhill Rd, London SW16 2UH, UK Daniel Young Italian and English are not so much spoken as shouted at Bravi Ragazzi. This boisterous slice of Naples isn’t for everyone and maybe that’s a lucky thing: It’s already hard enough to get a table. The rustic, leopard-spotted crust of pizza can be so light it’s a wonder it doesn’t collapse under the pressure of its moist toppings. But weightlessness in a Neapolitan pizza is a reflection of strength. 2A Sunnyhill RdLondon SW16 2UH, UK 020 8769 4966 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 9. 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo Pizzeria London 7 Northumberland Ave, Westminster, London WC2N 5BY, UK Artichoke and capocollo pizza at 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo Pizzeria, near Trafalgar Square Daniel Young The image and imprint of pizza superstar Ciro Salvo pervade the new Trafalgar Square branch of his Naples pizzeria and, with them, the real possibility — if not always the promise — of London’s best pizza ever. The raw materials for greatness are there: Ciro’s dough yields an incomparably light, supple crust, the base for world-class sourcing and baking technique. But building a Westminster team of pizzaioli that can make it his way, at all times, could prove a challenge. One of the beautiful artichoke and capocollo pizzas recently served fell flat on the edges, lacking the air-pocketed border one expects to see framing a Ciro Salvo pizza. It was good enough, which is to say, not quite good enough. When Ciro or a trusted sidekick are in London to stretch the 50 Kalò (“good dough” in Neapolitan slang), even a pizza as basic as a Marinara, with only tomato, oregano, garlic and extra virgin olive oil, is a thrill ride. Soaring flavours held aloft by a magic carpet woven with flour, yeast and water. 7 Northumberland Ave, WestminsterLondon WC2N 5BY, UK 020 7930 9955 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 10. Homeslice Pizza 13 Neal's Yard, London WC2H 9DP, UK Daniel Young Kimchi, porcini cream and basil. Aubergine, cauliflower cheese, spinach, and harissa. Spiced lamb, savoy cabbage and sumac yoghurt. Dorothy, it looks like we’re not in Margheritaville anymore. Homeslice is the original and unapologetically cheffy pizzeria, founded by street food warrior Ry Jessup — who has now left the business — and restaurant insider Mark Wogan. It isn’t only the cosmopolitan toppings that stretch the boundaries of Italian pizza. With 20-inch bases, the pizzas are made for sharing. Multiple venues. 13 Neal's YardLondon WC2H 9DP, UK 020 3151 7488 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 11. Sorrento In 1168 London Rd, London SW16 4DP, UK Sorrento In’s half metre margherita Daniel Young For 20 years, Valentino Ferro has been London’s undisputed king of the long-form style known as pizza a metro — “pizza by the metre”. Working first at Pizza Metro in Battersea, later at Saporitalia in Notting Hill and most recently at his own Sorrento In, Ferro stretches slabs of the dough over a long wooden pizza paddle and deftly deposits the half-meter-long pizzas onto the oven floor. Even in round form, his elegant Marinara benefits from the fragrant oregano grown by his wife Gelsomina Mase. 1168 London RdLondon SW16 4DP, UK 020 3802 3719 Open in Google Maps 12. ‘O ver 44-46 Southwark St, London SE1 1UN, UK ‘O Ver’s The Paloma Daniel Young The secret to the magically fluffy and aromatic crust at ‘O Ver is ostensibly purified seawater in the dough, but really it was the skill and perfectionism of pizza baker Marino Bove, who has now left the business. Thankfully, his directive to tear open the crust and direct the nose into the steaming fluff before taking a bite holds up, and two signature pizzas belong on everyone’s bucket list: The Paloma, with smoked mozzarella, chiodini mushrooms and pancetta arrotolata; and the Sorrento, with mozzarella, lemon zest, Sicilian Vesuvio yellow cherry tomatoes, black pepper, and fresh basil. Now with a second location in St. James’s. 44-46 Southwark StLondon SE1 1UN, UK 020 7378 9933 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 13. Oi Vita Pizzeria 67 Newington Green Rd, Mildmay Ward, London N1 4QU, UK Oi Vita/Facebook The shortage of qualified pizza makers in London is a boon to the appetites of Oi Vita devotees, if not to the home life of co-owner Nicola Apicella. He is a fixture at the forno, shaping beautifully airy pizzas layered with the finest traditional ingredients. His cheese-dusted calzone may be stuffed and covered with assorted cheeses and salumi, in the Neapolitan manner, but this exceptional folded pizza is as un-heavy as they come. 67 Newington Green Rd, Mildmay WardLondon N1 4QU, UK 020 3302 8700 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 14. Vicoli di Napoli Pizzeria 125 Stoke Newington Church St, Stoke Newington, London N16 0UH, UK Vicoli di Napoli [Official Photo] This is not L’Antica Pizzeria di Michele, nor does it need to be. Previously embroiled in a naming scandal, Vicoli di Napoli has forged out on its own to produce pizza that can match its illustrious forerunner. It’s added modest specials and meat options to the previously either/or menu, but the margherita is the one to get most times out of ten. —Feroz Gajia 125 Stoke Newington Church St, Stoke NewingtonLondon N16 0UH, UK 020 7687 0009 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 15. Sud Italia Old Spitalfields Market, Brushfield St, London E1 6AA, UK Daniel Young Enough with Big Ben: The first stop in London for discerning Italian tourists is now Silvestro Morlando’s mobile pizzeria. They must see for themselves if it’s really as genuine as their national newspapers insist. It is, to a point, with the Zucca Pizza — puréed pumpkin replaces tomato sauce, establishing orange as the new red. Old Spitalfields Market, Brushfield StLondon E1 6AA, UK Visit Website Open in Google Maps Related Maps The Best New Coffee Shops in London The Hottest Cocktail Bars in London The Hottest New Restaurants in London, January 2022 16. Yard Sale Pizza 105 Lower Clapton Rd, London E5 0NP, UK Daniel Young Even as it expands, Yard Sale, first and foremost a takeaway outfit, remains devoted to its mix of the virtuous and the “dirty.” Options like gluten-free dough and vegan cheese share menu space with Rib Man Holy F**K sauce. Its thin-crusted flexi pizzas, from the TSB (tender-stem broccoli) to the Holy Pepperoni, are blanketed with marvellously melty mozzarella. Multiple locations. 105 Lower Clapton RdLondon E5 0NP, UK 020 3602 9090 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 17. Wandercrust Pizza at The Duke Pub SE8 The Duke, 125 Creek Rd, Greenwich, London SE8 3BU, UK Daniel Young One for the pizza devotees: Mike Gregory has bought his pies, formerly at The Crown Greenwich, to both The Duke, also in Greenwich, and the Dolphin in Sydenham. One peerless pizza of his is the American Psycho, which consists of San Marzano tomato, mozzarella, Ventricina salami, Roquito peppers, Moon chilli honey and fresh basil layered over a light, puffy, Neapolitan base. The same chilli honey is drizzled over Wandercrust’s four cheese pizza with mozzarella, ricotta, gorgonzola, and pecorino. The Duke, 125 Creek Rd, GreenwichLondon SE8 3BU, UK 020 8469 8260 Visit Website Open in Google Maps Related Maps Where to Slurp Oysters From the Shell in London 17 Restaurants Every Londoner Should (Re)Discover 9 Winning Restaurants in Wimbledon Eater London homepage London Follow Eater London online:. Follow Eater London on Twitter Follow Eater London on Facebook Follow Eater London on Youtube Follow Eater London on Instagram Subscribe Log in or sign up Log In Sign Up Site search. Search Search Cities Atlanta Austin Boston Carolinas Chicago Dallas Denver Detroit Houston Las Vegas London Los Angeles Miami Montreal Nashville New Orleans New York Philadelphia Phoenix Portland, OR San Diego San Francisco Seattle Twin Cities Washington DC Eater.com Maps Openings Video Features ✕
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TitleTHE 10 BEST Pizza Places in London, Updated January 2022
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DescriptionPizza Places in London · 1. Pizza Union Aldgate · 1,532 reviewsOpen Now · 2. Pizza Union Dalston · 1,179 reviewsOpen Now · 3. Pizza Union King's Cross · 2,325 ...
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TitleLondon’s Best Pizza Restaurants | 29 Places For Perfect Pizza
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DescriptionPizza: it’s a delicious staple that’s been elevated far beyond its humble roots by Italian restaurants in London and beyond. Whether it’s delivered in a cardboard box or served in a swish restaurant, it’s hard to beat. Browse our list of the best in town and keep it handy; pizza cravings are coming
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Pizza East Shoreditch
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Vicoli di Napoli Pizzeria
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BodyLondon’s best restaurants for pizzaWe’ve tried and tested the very best pizza in London – so you can eat like an Italian every day of the weekWritten by Time Out London Food & Drink Thursday 9 May 2019FacebookTwitterPinterestEmailWhatsAppAdvertisingMay 2019: We’ve added five more pizzerias: Buongiorno e Buonasera in Baker Street, the first London branch of this much-loved Oxford restaurant; Pi Pizza in Battersea Rise; Purezza, the London outpost of the UK’s first vegan pizzeria; New York-style Mulberry Street in Bayswater; and The Gold of Naples in Hither Green. Pizza: it’s a delicious staple that’s been elevated far beyond its humble roots by Italian restaurants in London and beyond. Whether it’s delivered in a cardboard box or served in a swish restaurant, it’s hard to beat. Browse our list of the best in town and keep it handy; pizza cravings are coming your way. Pizza for less? Try one of our pizza offers here.An email you’ll actually loveGet into a relationship with our newsletter. Discover the best of the city, first.By entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions.🙌 Awesome, you're subscribed!Thanks for subscribing! Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon!Pizza restaurants in London. Apollo. RestaurantsItalianStoke Newingtonprice 1 of 4The owners of this authentically Neapolitan pizza place in Stoke Newington have done their homework. The oven, shipped from Naples, probably took the bulk of the refurbishment budget – still, you probably won’t notice the bare plasterboard walls because the pizzas are so good. The chefs use their Neapolitan hardware to turn out thin, flash-cooked dazzlers with still-runny tomato sauce and minimalist toppings (quality sausages, pecorino, porcini and walnuts). Gluten-free and vegan options are available. Takeaways and local delivery available.Read moreBuy ticketBungatini. RestaurantsItalianCovent GardenIf you’re tired of the Berlusconi-themed cabaret shenanigans in Bunga Bunga’s Drury Lane basement bar, head upstairs to Bungatini – a straight-down-the-line pizzeria with crowd-pleasing credentials. The decor comes with a contemporary edge, but the pizzas go for rustic familiarity in a big way: the dough is proved for 24 hours and loaded with artisan toppings ranging from wild mushrooms and rustica tomatoes to spicy ’nduja (spreadable salami). You can also sip cocktails without having to endure BB’s excesses. Bunga Bunga has a pizzeria and bar in Battersea, too. Takeaways available.Read moreBook onlineAdvertisingBuongiorno e Buonasera. RestaurantsItalianBaker Streetprice 1 of 4Buongiorno e Buonasera, a much loved pizza place in Oxford, has opened its first London branch on busy Baker Street. Highlights included the carbonara pizza, complete with pancetta and a creamy sauce; and the tried-and-tested favourite of spicy salami and buffalo mozzarella. If you’re not too keen on gluten-induced bloat – or are vegan – you’ll be well served here. Takeaways available. Read moreAndy ParsonsCecconi's. RestaurantsItalianMayfairA stripped-back ‘pizza bar’ version of swanky Cecconi’s in Mayfair, this Soho spot feels shabby-chic rather than top-end elegant, but its pizzette and more sizeable wood-fired pizzas are decent contenders in a crowded marketplace. Try the spicy lamb sausage, chilli and pecorino pizza, or the black truffle with caprino cheese, all washed down with a negroni or aperol spritz, which are dispensed from taps at the bar. No bookings. Takeaways available.Read moreBook onlineAdvertisingCredit: Luana FailaFigli del Vesuvio. RestaurantsPizzaEarlsfieldThe name translates as ‘brothers of Vesuvius’ – a reference to the fact that this Summerstown pizza joint was set up by some enterprising Neapolitan lads who wanted to recreate a slice of their home city in SW17. Sit by the oven, admire the craft of the pizzaiolo as he spins the dough and watch as the traditional Italian toppings are assembled to order – perhaps friarelli (‘turnip top’ winter greens), juicy sausage or tender artichoke hearts. Takeaways and local delivery available.Read moreBook onlinePhotograph: 400 RabbitsFour Hundred Rabbits. RestaurantsPizzaNunheadBrace yourself: Four Hundred Rabbits in Nunhead is a restaurant that serves pizza and craft beer. The former is made with organic sourdough (thus chewy rather than brittle), while toppings are equal parts familiar and inventive – think chipotle-rolled goat’s cheese, rhubarb and piquillo peppers or courgette with feta and pine nut pesto. Also, snap up the banging specials, like the lamb mince, roasted cauliflower florets and pistachio dukkah. Beers include elite names like Burning Sky. There are branches in West Norwood and Crystal Palace, too. Takeaways and local delivery available (beers included).Read moreAdvertisingFranco Manca. RestaurantsItalianBrixtonWood-fired sourdough pizzas with serious artisan credentials guarantee queues at Franco Manca – no wonder this cult-status mini chain has spread across London like a drizzle of chilli oil on your plate. Prices are rock bottom, the pizzas are served up super-quickly, and kids can watch the pizzaiolo doing 'messy play' in the open kitchen. The original Brixton branch seems less pioneering these days, but the bustling Market setting and the Neapolitan-style pizzas still do it for our money. Takeaways available across all branches. Delivery available at selected branches.Read moreThe Gold of Naples. RestaurantsPizzaLewishamprice 2 of 4This Neapolitan pizza restaurant on SE13’s Hither Green Lane just happens to be knocking out some of London’s best pizzas. A basic napoli – cheeseless, strewn with olives and anchovies – was a de facto vehicle for a vivid and deeply flavourful tomato sauce. The tartufa also stood out. It came topped with boar salami, porcini cream and slivers of black truffle: a balmy Tuscan afternoon in pizza form. Takeaways and local delivery available.Read moreAdvertisingHomeslice. RestaurantsItalianSeven DialsIt’s not how big it is: it’s what you do with it. Take this small chain’s original restaurant in Neal’s Yard, where the pizzas (served fresh from the wood-fired oven) wouldn’t be out of place on ‘Man v. Food’. Thankfully, most of these thin-crusted beauties are available by the slice (£4) – although you can order a whole 20-incher (£20), which is enough to feed you and two of your pals. They’ll even let you have more than one choice from the topping selections if you ask nicely. Homeslice has five other branches in Fitzrovia, Shoreditch, White City, Marylebone and the City. Local delivery available.Read moreJoe Public. RestaurantsPizzaClaphamprice 1 of 4An artisan fast-food joint in a stools-only space that happens to be a former public loo, Joe Public serves its pizza US-style as a 20-inch pie (i.e. bigger than a grown-up’s arm) – so order by the single slice. Two or three is plenty. Toppings have a Stateside vibe: chilli-flecked slivers of pepperoni or chicken and chorizo with halloumi and oregano.  At £4 or £4.50 a slice, this is not only a satisfying pit stop, but also an absolute steal. Local delivery available.Read moreAdvertisingMade of Dough. RestaurantsPizzaPeckhamprice 2 of 4A trendy street-food stall gone permanent, this cool pizza joint comes with a moody lick of paint and a stylish marble bar – although it’s all about the blistered Neapolitan-style specialities that are pulled out of the oven. Our top pick from a range of inventive toppings is the version strewn with merguez sausage (from Flock & Herd across the road), red onion, shredded cavolo nero and fior di latte – a Peckham classic in the making. Made of Dough also has three pizza ‘kiosks’ – in Pop Brixton, the West End and Fulham. Takeaways available.Read moreMimmo La Bufala. RestaurantsItalianHampsteadAs an all-round restaurant specialising in southern Italian food, Mimmo La Bufala has a bias towards mozzarella (of course) and fish. The long list of 13-inch pizzas includes all the classics as well as seasonal variations such as tomato-free ‘bianche’. ‘Mimmo’s’ signature version (named after the ebullient proprietor) is made in true southern Italian style, its thin base topped with juicy tomatoes, smoky provolone and melt-in-your-mouth buffalo mozzarella before being baked in a wood-fired oven. Local delivery available.Read moreBook onlineAdvertisingMOD Pizza. RestaurantsPizzaLeicester SquareImagine if Subway had a baby with Nando's, and that baby produced really delicious pizza. Meet MOD, the first London outpost of a 200-strong US chain. Queue up at the counter, choose from three sizes, and then make all your pizza dreams come true by adding unlimited toppings – there are more than 30 on offer! Spread over three floors off Leicester Square, MOD scores zero for atmosphere – still, there’s always unlimited soda from the fountain. Takeaways and local delivery available.Read moreMulberry Street. RestaurantsItalianBayswaterprice 1 of 4On a weekend night, expect all five tables of this frill-free, New York-style pizzeria in Bayswater to be filled and a stream of orders getting ushered out for delivery. The pizza here comes in two sizes: the personal 10-inch or the humongous 20-inch to share. There are plenty of meaty toppings to choose from – think pepperoni, ham, chicken and meatballs – alongside lots of cheese (try the ‘Cheese Bomb’) and some vegetarian options, too. Takeaways and local delivery available.Read moreAdvertisingPi Pizza. RestaurantsItalianBatterseaprice 2 of 4The first London branch of a Winchester-born pizzeria, Battersea’s Pi Pizza creates beautifully airy dough that’s fermented for up to 72 hours using a secret recipe. Eaters are actively encouraged to go for the ‘half and half’ pizza, which come as either a 12-inch or a whopping 20 inches, choosing from a range of high-quality artisanal toppings and for no extra cost. As for toppings, they include wild boar salami and piquillo peppers, as well as artichokes and lardo on a creamy white base. Takeaways and local delivery available. Read morePizza East Shoreditch. RestaurantsItalianShoreditchThe popularity of Pizza East (from the Soho House group) hasn’t waned one jot since it launched: this outlet still packs out Shoreditch’s landmark Tea Building, while other industrial-chic branches do the business in Kentish Town and Portobello Road. Served on a ciabatta-style dough base, nearly every topping comes with an alluring twist, such as creamy burrata cheese paired with tomato, aubergine and roasted peppers, or veal meatballs with lemon and cream. Takeaways and local delivery available.Read moreBook onlineAdvertisingPizza Pilgrims. RestaurantsPizzaSohoHaving built a loyal following with its three-wheeler food van (usually found in Berwick Street Market), PP opened its first bricks-and-mortar site on this busy Soho corner back in summer 2013. You can see the kitchen and pizza oven through the ground-floor windows as the cooks wheel out soft, chewy offerings in the Neapolitan style, with thick bases and generous on-trend toppings – ’nduja, salsiccia, friarielli and the like. Check out the nutella ‘pizza ring’ for dessert, too. Other branches in London Bridge, Shoreditch and Covent Garden. Takeaways and local delivery available within 2km.Read morePizza Union. RestaurantsPizzaSpitalfieldsBilling itself as a ‘superveloce’ (superfast) Italian, this industrial-looking canteen in Spitalfields really does serve its pizzas pronto – a flashing buzzer summoned us to the counter to collect ours less than five minutes after ordering. The menu lists all the classics alongside a couple of more recent immigrants, such as a tomato-free ‘bianca’ with great rosemary and garlic pungency. Baked in a large igloo-like oven, the pizza bases are uniformly thin and light with a crisp crust. There are more joints in Aldgate, King’s Cross and Dalston. Takeaways available at all branches; the Dalston restaurant also offers local delivery. Read moreAdvertisingPurezza. RestaurantsVeganCamden TownThe London outpost of the UK’s first vegan pizzeria (its other base is in Brighton), Purezza offers a range of plant-based toppings – from smoked tofu to beetroot carpaccio – on a Neapolitan-style, sourdough base. Try the Parmigiana Party, topped with rich aubergine pieces and lightly smoked ‘mozzarella’ (made from fermented brown rice milk). Takeaways and local delivery available. Read morePrinci. RestaurantsItalianSohoIntroduced to London by Alan Yau in 2008, this smart outpost of a Milanese bakery chain remains a popular all-day option in Soho. It’s an airy, good-looking room, with a sandstone interior and long black marble counters, but do try the pizzeria (to the left as you enter), which offers table service and a marginally calmer atmosphere – great for enjoying a short but classy range of pizzas: margherita, quattro formaggi, diavola, capricciosa etc. Delivery available within central London.Read moreAdvertisingSanta Maria. RestaurantsItalianEalingFinding nowhere in London to match the pizza of their upbringing, Angelo Ambrosio and Pasquale Chionchio set about recreating a slice of Naples in W5. The result is a pocket-sized pizzeria that puts real heart into its offerings: everything from the wood-fired oven to the Caputo flour is imported; the lightly salted dough is given a 24-hour rise; the tomatoes are crushed by hand. And with one eye on the trends, they have recently introduced a dedicated menu of vegan pizzas. Branches in Chelsea and Fitzrovia. Takeaways and local delivery available.Read moreSodo Pizza Cafe. RestaurantsPizzaClaptonSodo may look a little rough around the edges, but it’s really all about the pizza at this branch of the mini chain. Margheritas never have a lot to hide behind and our version was superb: the Neapolitan-style sourdough base (Sodo, geddit?) was thin, crisp, delicious and impressively topped. Also look out for ‘The Wicker Man’ (with ’nduja, mascarpone and pepperoni) and the vegan option, ‘Mary Jane’ (garlic mushrooms, roast celeriac and walnuts). Gluten-free options come on a base fashioned from butterbeans. Branches are also in Hoxton, Bethnal Green and Walthamstow. Local delivery available at Hoxton and Bethnal Green branches. Collection is available at the Clapton and Walthamstow restaurants. Read moreAdvertisingTemper Covent Garden. RestaurantsMediterraneanCovent Gardenprice 3 of 4Following on from its branches in Soho and the City, this offshoot of Temper boasts a trademark open kitchen – although the menu is all about rustic Italian cooking, especially ‘small dish’ pastas and a raft of pizzas (the best bits of the setup). Choose from the topped flatbread or the deep, cheesy ‘Detroit’ square pizza  – try the ‘cheeseburger’ with beef ragu or the ‘pork al pastor’ with chipotle marinara. Takeaways available.Read moreBook onlineCredit: David ClackTheo's Pizzeria. RestaurantsPizzaCamberwellTheo’s is similar to indie artisan setups such as Franco Manca, dishing up Neapolitan-style sourdough pizzas and very little else. But this joint has made itself the crown pie-prince of Camberwell, with crusts that are soft and chewy on top and crisp underneath. Additions include datterini tomatoes, chestnut mushrooms, anchovies and pork in various guises (including Camberwell ’nduja) – and they come piled high. ‘Pies’ range in price from £7 for a basic marinara to £11 for meatier options. There is also a branch in Elephant & Castle. Takeaways and local delivery available.Read moreAdvertisingVicoli di Napoli Pizzeria. RestaurantsPizzaStoke NewingtonBright blue colours set the tone in this Stokey pizzeria and the menu couldn’t be briefer – just two varieties (margherita and marinara) and absolutely no bits on the side. The pizzas are gigantic and properly luscious. The site was previously billed as an outpost by the internationally lauded L’antica Pizzeria da Michele, whose original Naples branch was made famous by Julia Roberts in ‘Eat, Pray, Love’, but the restaurant was renamed after a legal dispute. L’antica Pizzeria da Michele, however, still has a restaurant in Marylebone. Takeaways available.Read moreVoodoo Ray's. RestaurantsPizzaPeckhamprice 1 of 4An impeccably hip drop-in selling seriously delicious pizzas by the slice up to 22-inch New York-style whoppers. The hours are long, portions are gigantic and the menu is downright wacky. Skip the ‘Giorgio Moroder’ and ‘Hot Mix 5’ and instead try the ‘Vegan Queen’ (artichoke hearts, green olives, red onion, sun-blush tomatoes and green sauce), or sample a ten-inch ‘brunch pie’ topped with wild mushrooms and cherry tomatoes on a soy yoghurt base. Branches in Dalston, Shoreditch and Camden. Takeaways and local delivery available.Read moreBook onlineAdvertising© Justin de SouzaYard Sale Pizza. RestaurantsPizzaClaptonYard Sale’s pizzas are served fresh from the oven here in Clapton in either 12-inch or 18-inch stone-baked sourdough rounds. Toppings range from classic margherita to ‘The Spudnik’, with roasted potato, cherry tomatoes and The Ribman’s Holy Fuck mayo. Mind you, we’d plump for the crowd-pleasing TSB any day (that’s tenderstem broccoli with manchego). They peddle gluten-free bases and vegan cheese too. There are also branches in Walthamstow, Leytonstone and Finsbury Park. Takeaways and local delivery available.Read moreZia Lucia. RestaurantsItalianHolloway RoadOpened by Highbury locals Claudio Vescovo and Gianluca D'Angelo, Zia Lucia serves up an old-fashioned Italian family feast in a contemporary setting. Various 48-hour fermented doughs give the menu its USP: there’s a deliciously nutty wholemeal option, an impressive-looking vegetable charcoal one and even a gluten-free crust. Toppings are new classics (’nduja, aubergine, broccoli etc.) and there’s also a vegan version involving butternut squash cream. There are further branches in Boxpark Wembley and Hammersmith. Takeaways and local delivery available.Read moreBook onlineFind more pizza restaurants in LondonShow moreAn email you’ll actually loveGet into a relationship with our newsletter. Discover the best of the city, first.By entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions.🙌 Awesome, you're subscribed!Thanks for subscribing! Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon!RecommendedYou may also likeBest-selling Time Out offersAdvertisingGet us in your inboxSign up to our newsletter for the latest and greatest from your city and beyondBy entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions.🙌 Awesome, you're subscribed!Thanks for subscribing! 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TitleBest Pizza in London | Best Pizza Restaurants in London 2021
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DescriptionLooking for the best pizza in London? Read on for the city's best pizza restaurants, from traditional to green to vegan options
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H1Best Pizza in London Food & Drink / 1 month ago
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H3Rudy’s
Pizzeria Mozza
Yard Sale Pizza
Farina
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Berberè Pizzeria
Homeslice
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BodyBest Pizza in London Food & Drink / 1 month ago Green pizzas, vegan pizzas, truffle pizzas and more This post may contain affiliate links. Learn more by Guest Writer        Looking for the best pizza in London? Neapolitan pizza is so good that it has recently become protected by UNESCO – but luckily for us, many Italians have flown the nest to bring Londoners a taste of their patrimony. We’ve found the best spots for a good pizza in London, from the traditional to green pizza bases to vegan options. Best Italian Restaurants in London The Best Pizza in London. Photo 1 of Rudy’s. On the old site of Wahaca’s Soho restaurant on Wardour Street comes this lively joint serving up ‘the North’s favourite pizza’. With Neapolitan authenticity coursing through its heart, only trained and accredited pizzaiolos (pizza-makers) are let loose in the kitchen, many from the home of pizza itself, Italy. Everyone is catered for from the modern pizza eater (vegan and gluten free options) to the traditionalist (the classic margherita or ‘carne’), and always a chef’s special. That all-important base is made using Caputo ‘00’ flour, made daily on site and left to ferment for at least a day, meaning a chewy light crust is par for the course. rudyspizza.co.uk TRY: Salsiccia del Nonno, a white pizza with chilli, fior di latte smoked mozzarella, ground fennel sausage and caramelised onion. Pizzeria Mozza. LA import Pizzeria Mozza made its way to London this July, opening within the uber-cool Treehouse Hotel in Marylebone. Spearheaded by Nancy Silverton, the restaurant will bring a number of Pizzeria Mozza’s much-loved pizzas over from the US – famed for their unique dough recipe – alongside a selection of meat and fish dishes, plus some exciting desserts including Nancy’s own brand of ice cream. treehousehotels.com TRY: The goat’s cheese pizza with leeks, scallions, garlic and pancetta. Yard Sale Pizza. Yard Sale Pizza started out small when three friends began experimenting with dough recipes in their Hackney garden. Now widely acknowledged as one of London’s most sensational slices, Yard Sale has seven venues across London, including a new site in Balham. Pick from favourites such as TSB (tender stem broccoli, manchego, pine nuts and olive oil) and The Aubergine (garlic roasted aubergine, parmesan crumb), or the classic Holy Pepperoni which takes things up a notch with the addition of ‘nduja. There are also vegan pizzas on offer, including the Magic Mushroom, complete with vegan mozzarella and truffle oil. Don’t skip the dips – the BBQ sauce has a tangy kick which perfectly complements the TSB. yardsalepizza.com TRY: The festive guest pizza, created in collaboration with Off Menu podcast hosts Ed Gamble and James Acaster. It’s topped with pigs and blankets, Brussels sprouts, crispy sage and cranberry. Farina. Exciting news for Notting Hill residents: pizzeria Farina has reopened having closed before the pandemic hit. A traditional Italian spot created by two Londoners, Farina pizzas are made by slow fermenting live yeast and Caputo farina (flour) – hence the name – for up to 48 hours, making for a fresh base with a puffy crust. Toppings-wise, Farina champions Italian ingredients: think San Marzano tomatoes and and Mozzarella di Bufala Campana. You’ll find the new site on Notting Hill Gate, but two dark kitchens in Vauxhall and Camden mean pizza lovers from all corners of the city will be able to try its delights. farinapizza.co.uk TRY: The Farina, topped with smoked mozzarella, Calabrian nduja and fresh basil. ASAP Pizza: Takeaway Only. The team behind Michelin-starred Lyle’s and Borough Market’s Flor have launched a new pizza takeaway brand: ASAP Pizza. Heading up the creative side is Pam Yung, who has experience throwing pizza pop-ups all over the world – previous stints include L’Industrie Pizzeria in New York and the legendary Bonci in Rome. The focus here is ingredient-focused, contemporary twists on classics, such as a Hawaiian made with grilled pineapple, cured pig’s cheek and pickled scotch bonnet chillies. Choose between red and white bases, and don’t ignore the sides – there’s a particularly delicious burrata, served with sourdough croutons. asap.pizza TRY: The Spice Grll, with ‘nduja, caciocavallo, honey and sicilian oregano. Zia Lucia. The independent pizzeria recently announced a new venue opening in Wandsworth, following the success of its restaurants in Aldgate, Islington, Brook Green and Wembley. The restaurant is famed for its unusual 48-hour slow-fermented doughs and creative toppings – butternut squash cream features on one of the pizzas. There are four different bases to choose from, including a dramatic looking vegetable charcoal dough and a gluten-free option. You’ll never pay more than £11 for even the most loaded of pizzas, so go all out with the Arianna, a delicious mix of mozzarella, fresh sausage, taleggio goat’s cheese, pecorino and truffle honey. zialucia.com TRY: The ‘Andrea Pirlo’ pizza – even if just for the name. Berberè Pizzeria. Joining neighbourhood cinema Clapham Picturehouse and cosy tapas bar Barsito on Clapham’s Venn Street is the latest outpost of Berberè Pizzeria, the Italian pizza spot from brothers Matteo and Salvatore Aloe. The pair travelled all over Italy in search of the best products, learning the ins and outs of the alchemy of fermentation – and their hard work has certainly paid off. Their sourdough creations are true pizza perfection: fresh, simple yet delicious, and perfectly light with a crispy texture. The menu features a mixture of classic favourites and specially created Berberè creations, both red and white. Highlights include the ‘Spicy Diavola’, one for the meat-eaters with spicy salami and ‘Nduja, as well as the white ‘Gorgonzola’, topped with a generous lashing of gorgonzola alongside speck, radicchio, mozzarella and honey. But the standout dish here has to be the ‘Aubergine’, which comes topped with baked aubergine, basil and walnut pesto and smoked ricotta: heaven on a plate. berberepizza.it TRY: Those with a big appetite should brave the Montanarina: a large deep-fried dough ball which you can either have for antipasti with savoury toppings, or as a dessert with vanilla gelato and peanut butter. Homeslice. With outposts in Covent Garden, Marylebone, White City, Shoreditch and the City, you’ll never be too far from a Homeslice in London. This a good thing, because the restaurant offers some of the best pizzas in town. The focus here is on fresh, quality produce, balancing classic combinations with more innovative creation – from the classic Margherita to a decadent wagyu beef number with truffle crème fraiche and salsa verde. Homeslice is well suited to sharers, as the large pizzas feed two to three people, though you can also opt for half or just a slice. If you don’t want to wait for your delivery, you can also get a Homeslice Take and Bake kit, with two pizzas and six cans of Camden Hells Beer, delivered to your door and ready to bake whenever you’re ready to eat. We’d especially recommend the Mushroom, Ricotta and Pumpkin Seed. plateaway.com TRY: James Cochran’s guest pizza: the You Goat’a Be Kidding Me, featuring goat salami, Neal’s Yard goat’s curd, BBQ burnt onions in soy and fresh mint gremolata. Daylesford. Ingredients maketh the pizza, and Daylesford’s are tip top (organic, British and ethically farmed) which is probably what makes them so delicious. Originally founded in 2002 by Carole Bamford on the Daylesford estate in Gloucestershire, the organic farm shop’s outpost in Brompton Cross means Londoners can enjoy the best farm-fresh produce without having to set foot outside of Zone 2. Even better, from 3-5pm on Mondays to Saturdays, enjoy bottomless prosecco and wood fired pizza with toppings like wild garlic pesto, salami Milano and kale and basil. Top foodie tip: the truffled mushroom and tomato topping isn’t one you’ll want to miss. TRY: Daylesford’s own organic prosecco – clean notes of pear and melon, and it comes with the highest level grading a prosecco can receive. ‘O Ver. One of London’s most authentically Neapolitan restaurants, ‘O Ver has converted many a discerning diner to its unique pizza making method – using pure sea water from the Med to make the base lighter and more easily digestible. Go for the classic Regina (Neapolitan buffalo mozzarella and cherry toms) to appreciate the method in all its glory, or load it up with fragrant Tuscan sausage, Roman artichokes and wild broccoli from Vesuvius. All ingredients are impeccably sourced from small Italian producers, and you can really taste the difference. Plus, no more post-pizza puffiness means extra room for all the glorious trimmings: a burrata stuffed with truffle that verges on life-changing, handmade pappardelle with a family recipe of porcini, sausage and shallots, and an exceptional cassata dessert that’s not to be missed. overuk.com TRY: The ‘Capo Rizzuto’ is perfection – a classic Margherita topped with spicy ‘Nduja. And leave space for what is undoubtedly the best Parmigiana in town. PickyWops. Somehow this spot in Brick Lane has managed to create a menu of 100 per cent vegan pizzas – and is the only restaurant to have done so in the whole of London. First, you pick your base from a variety of healthy options including buckwheat, kamut and turmeric, and then, entirely guilt-free, you cover it in exciting toppings which range from homemade cashew mozzarella to Seitan ham and truffled porcini. It’s BYOB, too. pickywops.com TRY: The simple ‘Pizza Rossa’ to see how it compares. Pi Pizza. Winging its way from Winchester to Battersea, this Italian pizza restaurant brings a slice of the best (and largest) pizzas to the south side of the Thames. Pre-Pi, founder Rosie Whaley gained her experience in a Florentine pizzeria and now, her restaurant prides itself on its infallible top-secret dough recipe, perfected by a team of Italian chefs after a 72-hour formation process. Served in 12 or 20 inches, all pizzas are stretched by hand and are the perfect size for sharing with friends (though you can easily scoff a whole one by yourself). Go all out with tasty toppings from wild boar salami to Lebanese spiced ground lamb or even old Winchester cauliflower cheese. Try some of the homemade chilli oil which comes in medium and smoky, or if you’re feeling particularly daring, extra hot. Not only will you leave with a full stomach, but also a full camera roll thanks to the dreamy interiors. Our top tip: head down on a Saturday when they serve bottomless pizza and prosecco. Perfetto! pi-pizza.co.uk TRY: The Serrano ham pizza topped with I.O.W plum tomatoes, white truffle oil and mizuna – because what’s pizza without truffle? Pizza Pilgrims. A telltale sign of great food is somewhere that starts trading from a food truck and gains such notoriety that it soon opens its first bricks-and-mortar site. This is the story behind Pizza Pilgrims, which has gone from single stall to nine London restaurants. They recently launched a brand new menu for the first time since opening their debut restaurant in 2013, with three new pizzas including a double pepperoni & spicy honey and an aubergine parmigiana – quite literally aubergine parmigiana on a pizza. Well worth the pilgrimage… pizzapilgrims.co.uk TRY: The ‘Bread Zeppelin’: garlic bread with puffed-up, double fermented dough and dripping garlic olive oil. start the slideshow You might also like...  24 Recipe: The Perfect Sausage Roll  24 The Food & Drinks Gift Guide 2021  24 The Best Restaurants in Chelsea Subscribe To Our Newsletter
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TitleBest Pizza In London 2022: 9 Places To Eat World-Class Pizza | British Vogue
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DescriptionSearching for the best pizza in London? Whether you're after traditional Neapolitan margheritas or avant-garde LA-inspired pies, there's a restaurant for everyone in Vogue's guide to the best pizza in London 2022
Date18 Jun 2021
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H1Where To Eat World-Class Pizza In London
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BodyWhere To Eat World-Class Pizza In LondonBy Hayley Maitland18 June 2021FacebookTwitterPinterestFifteen years ago, a round-up of the best pizza in London would have been almost comically short. “Pizza went to the USA with spaghetti, taken there by the immigrants in the early decades of the 20th century, and from there came to Britain, having unfortunately lost most of its authenticity along the way,” writes Anna del Conte flatly in her 2013 update to The Gastronomy of Italy, a reference bible of traditional Italian dishes everywhere from Piemonte to Puglia. In recent years, however, the capital has seen an influx of pizzaioli serving up Neapolitan-inspired pies that prove the validity of Alexandre Dumas’s timeless 1873 summary of the dish: “Pizza is a sort of flat bun… At first glance it seems simple, but on closer inspection it is seen to be really complicated.”While pizza has existed in one form or another since at least 100 BC, it’s the form that evolved in Naples in the 18th century, when tomatoes were first put to good use as sugo di pomodoro, that’s held as the gold standard today. (There’s even a dedicated Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana, which lays out the exacting criteria required in order for a pizza to describe itself as Neapolitan.) The margherita, specifically, came into existence in 1889, when a pizzaiolo developed the signature combination of tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil – a nod to the colours of the Italian flag – in honour of Queen Margherita of Savoy’s visit to Naples.While it’s hard to beat the Neapolitan classics, a fresh wave of London pizzerias are devoted to updating their tried-and-tested formula. The likes of Mike’s in Peckham and ASAP Pizza in Borough Market are trying to change everyone’s minds about pineapple’s hotly debated role in Italian cuisine, while Pizza East continues to dish up LA-inspired pizza, and Hackney stalwart Lardo is doing its part to convince everyone that vegan pies really can hold their own against their fior di latte-covered cousins. Keen to try making your own pies? Sign up for one of Bread Ahead’s brilliant pizza workshops – or read on for our guide to the best pizza in London to try now.Read More24 Of The Best Outdoor Dining Spots In LondonBy Hayley Maitland and Susan DevaneyBig Jo. Best pizza in London for… just about everyone.Big Jo is less a pizzeria than a bakery – specifically, a bakery committed to promoting regenerative agriculture and heritage grains. Launched by the team behind Primeur, Westerns Laundry, and Jolene, the menu here changes daily, but is always based around pizza by the slice (or pizza al taglio, in Italian). Among the recent toppings posted to its ever-changing menu board (ahem, Instagram): wild garlic and anchovy; nduja, ricotta, and honey; and mushroom and summer truffle. Then there’s the pizza fritta – which, yes, does translate as fried pizza, and is exactly as delicious and filling as it sounds. Note: even if the top button of your jeans is about to pop – and if you order the pizza fritta, it will be – there’s still a moral imperative to have pudding while you’re here. The burnt honey ice-cream with roasted peaches tastes like summer in a bowl.N7Santa Maria. Best pizza in London for… whenever a flight to Naples is out of the question.Santa Maria became a site of pilgrimage for Italian expats when it opened its first 16-seat restaurant in Ealing in 2010, and the quality has remained consistently good as it’s expanded to different neighbourhoods. This is as close to authentic Neapolitan pizza as you’re likely to get this side of Vesuvius. (The Santa Maria team even brought the clay for their wood-fired oven in W5 over from a spot near the volcano.) Surprisingly for a restaurant that’s meticulous about authenticity, there are a range of truly delicious vegan choices on the menu. Not only is there a house-made vegan mozzarella on offer, but there’s the “Sant’Alba”, where truffle puree stands in for pomodoro, and the “San Diego”, with pumpkin cream sauce.W5, SW6, W1W, and TW8Theo’s. Best pizza in London for… south London diehards.Thanks to the likes of Franco Manca and Mamma Dough, south London earned a reputation as a hotspot for great pizza when the sourdough revolution first got underway in the 2010s. Then along came Theo’s, and suddenly every other pizzeria south of the river had to take a back seat. Everything on the menu here is excellent – including the panuozzo served at lunchtime – but if you’re going to order one dish, make it the calzone. Derived from the word for “trouser leg” in Italian, calzone originally referred to mortadella or another form of sausage wrapped in dough – perfect for an 18th-century Neapolitan to eat on the go. Today, it’s prepared across Italy (and at Theo’s) both stuffed and topped with tomato, mozzarella, salami, ricotta, and basil.SE5 and SE1Mike’s. Best pizza in London for… ham and pineapple evangelists.Having opened in London in the spring of 2021, Mike’s is a newcomer on London’s ever-expanding pizza scene, and if the likes of Santa Maria demonstrate an almost holy reverence for the guidelines laid out by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana, this Peckham crowd-pleaser has a refreshingly avant-garde approach to its pies. (You can even dip your crusts in something called anchovy ketchup, if you so choose.) Ordered by the (hefty) slice, the combinations of toppings here are as divisive as they are moreish: the “Bonita”, for example, is topped with potatoes, almond fonduta (or fondue cheese), and rosemary, while the “Nicoletta” is loaded up with cheese, pineapple, mortadella and fiery Scotch Bonnet onions.SE15Napoli Gang. Best pizza in London for… anyone with a blue tick.A large part of the appeal of Gloria in Shoreditch or Circolo Popolare in Fitzrovia is the chance to sit among faux bougainvillea plants and kitschy ’70s decor and watch influencers ’gramming their towering slices of Incomparable Lemon Pie. If you would rather eat your pizza in sweatpants than flashy Capri-inspired surroundings, however, there’s always Napoli Gang, the Big Mamma group’s first delivery service in London. Expect classic pies with a twist, like the “Regina”, topped with mushrooms, fior di latte, ham, and a zingy green oil infused with mint and parsley – and make a point of ordering as many antipasti as possible. The mortadella al pistacchio is especially great – and, yes, distinctly Instagram-friendly.EC2A, W1T, and deliveryThe Best Afternoon Tea In London. Gallery25 PhotosBy Susan DevaneyView GalleryDusty Knuckle. Best pizza in London for… true sourdough enthusiasts.Dusty Knuckle has an exceptionally good claim to making the best sourdough in London (which, to be clear, is not an accolade I would bestow lightly). On any given Saturday morning, you can find east Londoners queuing up for life-restoring breakfast sandwiches in its Dalston courtyard. At some point during lockdown, it started doing pizza nights, and their heart-stoppingly good pies (inevitably) proved such a success that the bakery team is now firing up its oven every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 5:30pm. One glance at their take on the classic margherita should be enough to entice you to E8, but it’s also worth noting that the bakery’s raison d’etre is to help train young offenders with kitchen skills. Stay tuned for the opening of its second cafe in Haringey later this year.E8Pizza East. Best pizza in London for… an LA-style experience.While the majority of the pizzerias on this list take their cues from Naples or Rome, Pizza East is a little different. Launched by Soho House’s Nick Jones according to the template established by Pizzeria Mozza in Los Angeles, this is a place where you can start your dinner with ragu-dipped mozzarella sticks and finish it with limoncello meringue pie. As for the pizzas themselves? Expect pillowy dough loaded with hearty toppings (no artfully placed single basil leaves here): one pie comes layered with prosciutto di San Daniele and a whole burrata enshrined on top, while another is covered with cream, veal meatballs, and sage. Definitive proof that there’s more to LA cuisine than Goop-style cleanses.E1 and W10Lardo. Best pizza in London for… eating your greens.The best pizzerias in London tend to be more rough-and-ready than their ristorante counterparts, but Hackney favourite Lardo has pretty enough surroundings that even a margherita and a glass of red beside its mirrorball-inspired pizza oven feels like a nice dinner out. A hipster-friendly neighbourhood joint, the owners have gradually redone the place themselves in the years since the restaurant opened in 2012 – not to mention drastically changed the menu. As the name clearly implies, Lardo used to have an emphasis on cured meats, many of which were made in house. Today, though, its seasonal menus are largely vegetarian (with plenty of vegan options), with pizza toppings ranging from artichoke, sweet onion and gremolata to garlic, braised leeks, and onions.E8ASAP Pizza. Best pizza in London for… undergoing a white pizza conversion.Opened by the same team behind Lyle’s, Flor is a favourite of the Vogue editors, so when head chef Pam Yung began serving al fresco pizzas during lockdown, it naturally caught our attention. Having managed the sourdough programme at Williamsburg’s cult Roberta’s Pizza, Yung’s pies marry a deep respect for heritage wheats with deliciously experimental toppings – see her “Lamb, Son”, loaded with zhoug, roasted peppers, sumac, spiced lamb, and yoghurt. The real standouts here, though, are the white pizzas, which are good enough to convince even the most diehard pomodoro fan to branch out. The “Porco Verde” with pesto, mortadella, stracciatella and guindillas is a revelation. Follow the ASAP Pizza account on Instagram to be the first to hear about its next pop-up in Borough Market.SE1Arts & LifestyleFoodAddress BookVogue RecommendsFood24 Of The Best Outdoor Dining Spots In LondonBy Hayley Maitland and Susan Devaney
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Title18 Best Pizza Places In London - olivemagazine
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DescriptionLooking for the best pizza in London? Read about the best pizza places in London and the best takeaway pizza London, including pizza Brixton and pizza north London
Date16 May 2018
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H3Best pizza and beer in East London: Ace Pizza at Pembury Tavern
Best for pizza by the metre: Slice by Pizza Pilgrims
Best Neapolitan pizza in London: Vicoli di Napoli Pizzeria
Best for progressive Italian: Lamezia
Best for vegan pizza: Purezza
Best for seasonal toppings: Manifesto
Best in Soho: Pizza Pilgrims
Best for pizza and pasta: Cecconi’s Pizza Bar
Best pizza crust in London: Farina
Best sourdough pizza in London: Theo’s
Best gluten-free pizza in London: Zia Lucia
Best pizza slice in London: Voodoo Ray’s
Best pizza joint atmosphere in London: Yard Sale
Best unusual pizza toppings in London: Homeslice
Best all-round pizza meal in London: Made of Dough
Best gourmet pizza in London: Hai Cenato
Best for pizza garlic bread: Sodo Pizza
Best pizza and beer in London: Crate Brewery
Best pizza chain in London: Franco Manca
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Body18 best pizza places in London Our content is updated regularly but it’s advisable to check opening times and availability with the venue before you plan to visit. Please follow government guidelines regarding social distancing Looking for the best spots to eat pizza in the capital? We've rounded up our top places, whether you’re after a New York-style slice or an artisanal sourdough base By Ellie Edwards Published: May 16, 2018 at 8:45 am Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Whatsapp Email to a friend Looking for the best pizza in London? Here’s our guide to the best pizza places in London and the best takeaway pizza. Whether you want a sourdough pizza base or a traditional Neapolitan pizza, we’ve found the best pizza restaurants in London. Advertisement From pizza in Brixton to pizza in North London, check out our 16 favourite pizza places. Or, if you fancy making your own pizza, check out our best ever pizza recipes here. Best pizza and beer in East London: Ace Pizza at Pembury Tavern. This historic Hackney boozer is the home of Ace Pizza, a fun-loving pizza brand famed for its slow risen, picture-perfect Neapolitan pizzas which are stone baked for longer to achieve a crispier crust. Pembury Tavern is also under the stewardship of The Five Points Brewing Company, a local and independent brewery with modern brewing at the heart of its work. Which pizza to order at Ace? If you like your pizzas heavily topped, doughy and with lashings of sauce, try the chicken shawarma, a fun spin on the classic kebab where house-made shawarma is layered with red onions, spicy marinara, garlic and herb sauce, Guindilla peppers, mozzarella, and fresh parsley. Pickled pink onion is the magic ingredient though, providing a gloriously tangy flavour to cut through the creamy garlic sauce. What else is there to eat and drink? Pizzas span meat, veggie and vegan with the menu divided into red, white and green bases. Vegans can indulge in ‘Ooh Mami’, the creamy truffle bechamel providing the perfect base for a smattering of portobello mushrooms, cashew ricotta, caramelised onions, oregano oil, porcini salt and fresh parsley. Crust dippers include the enticing truffle aioli and a lip-smacking, fittingly named ‘crack sauce’. And, as the pub is a Five Points Brewery pub, plenty of beer is available to pair with your pizza, including a Five Points favourite the JUPA, a juicy and fruity pale ale with bold, citrus flavours. Address: 90 Amhurst Rd, London E8 1JHNearest tube station: Hackney DownsOpening times: Monday-Wednesday (4-11pm) Thursday-Friday (4-12am) Saturday (12-12am) Sunday (12-11pm) Best for pizza by the metre: Slice by Pizza Pilgrims. The latest Slice by Pizza Pilgrims site in Finsbury Park (the other is on Southbank) is the place to go for metre-long pizzas, giant slices, frozen cocktails and arcade games – have a go at Pac-Man and Street Fighter in between bites. We love the 80s American feel, inspired by New York diners and dive bars. Which pizza to order at Slice?  If there’s a group of you (you need about four people to tackle a metre-long pizza), try the generously-topped double pepperoni & chilli honey – the spicy pepperoni is perfectly balanced with the sweetness of the honey. Or, if you’re in a smaller group, order a slice of Hawaii Not? – spicy nduja sausage paired with just the right amount of honey-glazed pineapple will convert any pineapple-on-pizza-haters. What else is there to eat and drink? We love the metre-long parma ham & pesto grissini to start, especially alongside the creamy burrata with pickled peppers. A crust dipper is also essential – garlic & herb packs a real punch. To drink, a frozen cocktail is a must – go for an Aperol spritz slushy for a hit of sunshine, complete with a retro paper umbrella. Address: 266 Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park, London N4 2HY Nearest tube station: Finsbury Park Opening times: Monday-Saturday (12-11pm) Sunday (12-9pm) Best Neapolitan pizza in London: Vicoli di Napoli Pizzeria. For the ultimate Neapolitan pizza in London, head to Stoke Newington (and be prepared to queue) for a seat in Vicoli di Napoli Pizzeria, as recommended in the book ‘Eat, Pray, Love’. This Neapolitan family first began making pizza back in 1870, and the business is still going strong five generations later with sites in Naples, Tokyo and, London. Which pizza to order at Pizzeria da Michele? Go for the classic marinara or the margarita (with the option for double mozzarella). Each of the ingredients used is of the highest quality, from the thin, pillowy soft base to the sweet tomatoes and fresh peppery basil. Address: 125 Stoke Newington Church St, Stoke Newington, London, N16 0UH Nearest overground station: Stoke Newington Opening times: Tuesday – Saturday (12 –11pm), Sunday (12 – 10.30pm) Best for progressive Italian: Lamezia. Maria Dell’aquilla took over the reins of her parents’ restaurant in April and describes her new menus as “progressive Italian” in view of its combination of the original Calabrian dishes and her own inspired addition of nutrition-inspired elements, such as hemp and turmeric bases as well as vegan, gluten-free dough and dairy-free cheese. Which pizza to order at Lamezia? Hemp pizza is not the first ground-breaking dish to come out of Lamezia: Maria’s father, Franco, created his signature ’nduja pizza 10 years ago and it’s still the bestseller. Address: 165 Holloway Road, London, N7 8LX Nearest station: Holloway Road Opening times: Tuesday – Thursday (12 – 10pm), Friday – Saturday (12 – 12am), Sunday (12 – 10pm) Best for vegan pizza: Purezza. The UK’s first 100% vegan pizzeria, Purezza specialises in plant-based pizzas that respect the Neapolitan heritage. Where possible, this means using alternative versions of animal products, such as a plant-based mozzarella, which took more than two years to develop – this organic cheese (that’s dairy-free, low in fat and allergen-free) is made with brown rice milk and is unique to Purezza. Last year, the restaurant secured investment to begin producing the cheese from a factory for retail. The original Brighton restaurant opened in 2015 and was followed three years later by a Camden branch and plans for more later this year. In 2018, Purezza won National Pizza of the Year for its Parmigiana Party pizza, despite being the only plant-based entrant. Address: 43 Parkway, London, Nw1 7PN Nearest station: Camden Town Opening times: Sunday – Thursday (12 – 10pm), Friday – Saturday (12 – 11pm) Best for seasonal toppings: Manifesto. Former Natoora director, Vittorio Maschio, has opened his first London pizzeria with a focus on carefully sourced and seasonal toppings. Flour comes from Molino Pasini, a family-run mill in North Italy, while fior di latte is brought over from Puglia. The biga-style dough (meaning it proves for 48-hours, creating a ciabatta-like texture) with a semolina-coated crust creates a super light, crisp base which holds its shape well when topped with sweet tomatoes. There’s a laid-back vibe and minimalist design to the place with a few wooden tables inside, help-yourself counter service and a pile of boxes ready to be filled for takeaway. Which pizza to order at Manifesto? The stripped back menu offers six pizzas, two beers (from Hackney Wick’s Crate Brewery), four wines and two Sicilian soft drinks. Keep it simple with the tomato and co. pizza topped with wild cantabrian anchovies and taggiasche olives, or order the pig and field option piled with peppery pedrazzoli ham and mushrooms if you want something more filling. There are no starters or desserts, but pizzas are reasonable in size. If you’re still peckish, go back and order seconds. Address: 148 Northcote Road, London, SW11 6RD Nearest station: Clapham Junction Opening times: Monday – Saturday (11 – 11pm), Sunday (11 – 10.30pm) Best in Soho: Pizza Pilgrims. With its green and white chequered plastic table cloths, silver napkin holders and framed film posters hanging on the walls, Pizza Pilgrims feels like an American diner meets Italian pizzeria. If you can’t get a table, grab a pizza to takeaway and eat in Soho Square. Which pizza to order at Pizza Pilgrims? The Naples-style pizza with blistering crust and sloppy centre is proved slowly then cooked fast. Order the aubergine parmigiana with fior di latte, basil, plum tomatoes and roast aubergine if you fancy something indulgent, or take it back to basics with the marinara, topped simply with oregano, garlic and basil. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a vanilla ice cream, olive oil and sea salt option for dessert. Address: 11 Dean Street, London, W1D 3RP Nearest tube station: Tottenham Court Road Opening times: Monday – Saturday (11.30 – 10.30pm), Sunday (12 – 9.30pm) Credit: Paul Winch-Furness Best for pizza and pasta: Cecconi’s Pizza Bar. From the team behind Soho House, Cecconi’s Pizza Bar focuses on pizza, pasta and Aperol spritz on tap. Vintage Italian posters, black and white mosaic tiles and mahogany tables give the space a retro feel. In the summer, grab a seat on the street and spend the evening sipping on punchy negronis. Which pizza to order at Cecconi’s Pizza Bar? The super doughy charred crust has a slightly smoky flavour, while the sloppy base is piled high with toppings. Either keep it classic with buffalo mozzarella, tomato and basil, or choose one topped lavishly with parma ham, peppery rocket, mozzarella, parmesan and meltingly creamy burrata – torn apart then drizzled with olive oil. If you fancy something a little lighter, go for a pizzette instead. What else is there to eat and drink? Crisp matchsticks of zucchini fritti with silky aioli (lifted with lemon) is the best place to start. While pizza is the focus, be sure to share a bowl of creamy spaghetti dusted with shavings of umami truffle. If you’ve saved room for dessert, the tiramisu is a must. Waiters bring large dishes to the table and serve the rich coffee-soaked dessert straight up. Address: 19-21 Old Compton Street, London, W1D 5JJ Nearest tube station: Leicester Square Opening times: Monday – Wednesday (11.30 – 1am), Thursday – Saturday (11.30 – 3am), Sunday (11.30am – 11.30pm) Best pizza crust in London: Farina. Nestled on Notting Hill High Street, Farina pizzeria focuses on traditional Neapolitan pizzas, with no pineapple or pepperoni in sight. In the summer, grab a table by the floor-to-ceiling folding glass doors and wait for the smoky scent to waft over, or hunker down next to the small open kitchen.  Which pizza to order at Farina: The 48-hour fermented dough is light, with a pillowy, charred crust – tear some off to save for mopping up the leftover tomato juices at the end. Order the Farina, topped with ‘nduja, salami and provola if you like something spicy, or the Burratina topped with courgette and burrata for a fresh, creamy topping.  What else is there to eat? Although pizzas are the focus, be sure to order the garlicy polpette to start, which come in a rich, sweet tomato sauce, and if you have room afterwards go for the cannoli – the crisp pastry shell is generously filled with sweet, creamy sheep’s milk ricotta and sprinkled with pistachio nuts.  Address: 115 Notting Hill Gate, London, W11 3LB  Nearest tube station: Notting Hill Gate  Opening times: Monday – Saturday (12 – 10.30pm), Sunday (12 – 10pm)  Best sourdough pizza in London: Theo’s. Head to Theo’s in Camberwell for the best sourdough pizza in London. Its wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas are the best in South London. Which pizza to order at Theo’s? The Scotch Bonnet nduja is the menu must-order, as the spiced sausage is made across the road by the team at the Camberwell Arms pub. What else is there to eat and drink? Save room for a serving of Theo’s outrageously good tiramisu, and order a negroni bianco or espresso martini to finish. If you don’t fancy sitting in, Theo’s do delivery, so it’s up there with the best takeaway pizza in London, too. Address: 2 Grove Ln, Camberwell, London, SE5 8SY Nearest overground station: Denmark Hill Opening times: Monday (12 – 10pm), Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday (12 – 10:30pm), Friday – Saturday (12 – 11pm) Best gluten-free pizza in London: Zia Lucia. For the best selection of pizza bases, visit Zia Lucia on Holloway Road or Brook Green and choose between a traditional, wholemeal, vegetable charcoal or gluten-free base. The 48 hour fermented doughs are cooked in a wood-fired oven, each resulting in a different flavour and texture. We recommend the gluten-free base which has a crisp yet light texture. You can create your own pizza and choose from the large selection of toppings including spianata, broccoli, butternut squash and taleggio goat’s cheese. Which pizza to order at Zia Lucia? The Carlotta is an unusual, indulgent pizza, topped with fresh Italian sausage, crisp, sliced roast potatoes, pecorino and dill. Address: 61 Blythe Rd, London, W14 0HP Nearest overground station: Kensington (Olympia) Opening times: Tuesday – Sunday (11.30 – 10.30pm) Best pizza slice in London: Voodoo Ray’s. For the best slice of pizza in London, head to Voodoo Ray’s for a New York style slice. With four locations across East, North and South London, this joint bakes 22-inch pizzas topped with everything from wild mushroom, squash and red onion; salt beef, sauerkraut and emmental and a vegan option, piled high with artichoke hearts and green olives. Which pizza to order at Voodoo Ray’s? If you fancy a pizza pie for brunch, Voodoo Ray’s serve 10” pizzas on the weekend topped with classic eggs and bacon or a veggie spinach and ricotta version. What else is there to eat and drink? With a selection of craft beers (think Beavertown, Red Hook and Kona) and frozen margaritas on offer, Voodoo Ray’s is the place to go for a late-night munch. Address: 95 Kingsland High St, London, E8 2PB Nearest overground station: Dalston Kingsland Opening times: Monday – Wednesday (5 – 12am), Thursday (5 – 1am), Friday – Saturday (12 – 3am), Sunday (12 – 12am) Best pizza joint atmosphere in London: Yard Sale. What started as a weekly supper club in owner Johnnie’s back yard has grown to three restaurants (with another opening in March 2018) offering the best pizza in North London. Grab a leather booth seat close to the kitchens for the comfiest spot in house and order a 12 or 18-inch pizza topped with slow cooked tomato sauce and fior di latte mozzarella. The blistered base is crisp yet doughy which gets slightly sloppy when you reach the centre (so napkins are necessary). Which pizza to order at Yard Sale? There’s no holding back when it comes to toppings, be it the ‘TSB’, a mixture of Tender stem broccoli, manchego, pine nuts, garlic and olive oil; ‘Cour Bimey’ topped with courgette ribbon, pancetta and black pepper, or, one for the cheese lovers, ‘Cheesus Walks’, a white base piled high with basil pesto, mozzarella, gorgonzola, ricotta and parmesan. What else is there to eat and drink? If you’ve got room for more, order a garlic pizza bread with cheese and Marmite for the ultimate punchy umami experience. There’s a great choice of beers from Beavertown and the Five Points Brewing Company. Address: 54 Blackstock Road, Finsbury Park, London, N4 2DW Nearest tube station: Finsbury Park Opening times: Monday – Thursday (5 – 11pm), Friday (4 – 11pm), Saturday (12 – 11pm), Sunday (12 – 10pm) Best unusual pizza toppings in London: Homeslice. Homeslice is one of the best pizza restaurants in London with sites in Shoreditch, Fitzrovia, City and Covent Garden. Whether you want to eat in or takeaway, you can order just a slice or a 20-inch pizza. Which pizza to order at Homeslice? Go all out and split your pizza 50/50 with two different flavours, ideal for sharing. Choose between a classic margherita; a salty salami, rocket and parmesan or a slice topped with kimchi, porcini cream and basil. Address: 13 Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9DP Nearest tube station: Covent Garden Opening times: Monday – Sunday (12 – 11pm) Best all-round pizza meal in London: Made of Dough. For the best pizza in Brixton and Peckham, visit Made of Dough. The moreish, chewy dough has a 60–hour fermentation process before being cooked in a wood-fired oven, and the mozzarella is fresh from Campania. Which pizza to order at Made of Dough? If you fancy something extra cheesy, order the truffle pizza that comes with fior di latte, white alba truffle oil and an entire ball of Burratina. What else is there to eat and drink? Make sure to order a side of the scotch bonnet romesco sauce to add a spicy kick to the crust, and wash your pizza down with one of the negronis or a fruity pompelmo G&T. Address: 182 Bellenden Road, Peckham, London, SE15 4BW Nearest overground station: Peckham Rye Opening times: Monday – Saturday (12 – 10pm), Sunday (12 – 9pm) Best gourmet pizza in London: Hai Cenato. For the best gourmet pizza in London, head to Hai Cenato in Victoria where sourdough pizzas are baked by third-generation Neapolitan, Stefano Ferrara. The sourdough base is made with British milled flour and the mozzarella comes from London. Toppings are a real focus, be it speck d’Aosta, nduja, spinach, anchovy, harissa and olives or a white base topped with confit lamb neck, spiced aubergine, ras el hanout, yogurt and mint. Which pizza to order at Hai Cenato? Pizza bianca is as much of a focus as pizza rossa, with four options available for each. Try the pizza bianca topped with taleggio, chanterelles and caramelised onion.  What else is there to eat and drink? Hai Cenato is Jason Atherton’s more casual Italian restaurant, with plenty of pastas and small plates, plus a selection of vermouths and a dedicated negroni menu. Read our full review of Hai Cenato here. Address: 2, 79 Buckingham Palace Rd, Westminster, London, SW1E 5DJ Nearest tube station: Victoria Opening times: Monday – Friday (12 – 10.30pm), Saturday – Sunday (11 – 10.30pm) Best for pizza garlic bread: Sodo Pizza. With four sites across East London (with one just opened in Bethnal Green), Sodo pizza is the place to go for a light, crispy, tangy base. Which pizza to order at Sodo Pizza? Head to the Walthamstow restaurant on the weekend for a brunch of pizza topped with eggs and sausage and, if it’s warm enough, grab one of the outside tables and order a Bloody Mary or two. What else is there to eat and drink? While the pizzas are great, we love the sourdough garlic bread topped with sweet, crisp rosemary and drizzled with an earthy olive oil. Address: Hatherley Mews, Walthamstow, London, E17 4QP Nearest tube station: Walthamstow Opening times: Tuesday – Friday (12 – 10pm), Saturday – Sunday (10 – 10pm) Best pizza and beer in London: Crate Brewery. If you love beer and you love pizza, Crate Brewery in Hackney Wick is the best place to visit. The stone-baked pizzas are topped with unusual ingredients including a veggie Kashmiri dal and a middle eastern lamb. What else is there to eat and drink? As you’d expect, beer is a real focus. Each week there’s a selection of guest bottles from a fruity brown ale to a dark Indian pale ale as well as regular casks and kegs of zingy lemon gose, velvety Crate stout and a crisp Crate cider. Address: Unit 7, Queens Yard, Hackney Wick, London, E9 5EN Nearest overground station: Hackney Wick Opening times: Sunday – Thursday (12 – 10pm), Friday – Saturday (12 – 11pm) Best pizza chain in London: Franco Manca. Want a quick pizza in Brixton? Head to Franco Manca for one of the best sourdough pizzas in London. The pizza is cooked in a wood burning oven at 500 degrees celsius giving it a pillowy texture. Which pizza to order at Franco Manca? Be sure to order number 4, topped with home cured Gloucester old spot ham, mozzarella, buffalo ricotta, wild mushrooms and a little tomato. Extra toppings are available and there are always daily specials to choose between. What else is there to eat and drink? When it comes to drinks, wine is the focus with eight options to choose between, all of which are either organic, biodynamic or sustainable. Address: Unit 4, Market Row, London, SW9 8LD Nearest tube station: Brixton Opening times: Monday (12 – 5pm), Tuesday – Friday (12 – 11pm), Saturday (11.30 – 11pm), Sunday (11.30 – 10.30pm) Advertisement Fancy something sweet now? Click here for our chocolate chip cookie pizza recipe Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Whatsapp Email to a friend Tags. Pizza Italian Subscribe to olive magazine 5 issues of olive magazine for just £5 Subscribe now Want to be updated when there is olivemagazine news? . Sign up to receive our newsletter! Thanks! Enjoy cooking, eating and exploring! Already have an account with us? Sign in to manage your newsletter preferences Sign in Register By entering your details, you are agreeing to olive magazine terms and conditions and privacy policy. You can unsubscribe at any time.
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TitleSlice Heaven: London's Best Pizza Restaurants | DesignMyNight
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H3Wild by Tart
Tank & Paddle Minster Court
The Grange
Radio Delicious
Bread Street Kitchen
Voodoo Rays Peckham
Mews Pizza Co
Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes
Northcote Records
Serata Hall
Heist Bank
Fugitive Motel
Old Street Records
Lost Boys Pizza
Green Mosaic
Market Halls - Top London Sites
Dehesa
Pizza Pilgrims West India Quay
The Rectory
Well Street Pizza
Apulia
Street Pizza at York & Albany
Fire and Stone
Bounce, Farringdon
St John’s Tavern
Never For Ever
The Hoxton Seven
Mr White’s Steak, Pizza & Gin House
Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes
Pizza East Shoreditch
Conchiglia
Firebrand Pizza Clerkenwell
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BodyLondon's Best Pizza Restaurants If you're looking to track down the kind of quality pizza that wouldn't look out of place in the very best pizzerias in Naples, this one's for you. We've put together a tried-and-tested list of the very best places and restaurants to get a pizza in London, so whether you're mad for a margherita, passionate for a pepperoni or crazy for a capricciosa, we've got it covered. Check out our list and see if you agree. Last updated on 23rd December 2021 List Map Show Filters Wild by Tart . 6 user reviews 5 For luxurious sourdough pizzas cooked fresh to order in an authentic wood-burning oven, look no further than Victoria-based Wild by Tart. Forgoing your bog-standard margarita and Hawaiian offerings, expect high-quality toppings such as pickled chilli and spicy fennel sausages. Central London , Victoria Event Space , Restaurant Bar , Restaurant Book Here Tank & Paddle Minster Court . 279 user reviews 4 Tank and Paddle take their pizza making seriously with a huge range of delicious stone-baked dishes available. The pizza is cooked made-to-order ensuring absolute freshness and there's also a shed load of deals such as £5 pizzas on Monday - what's not to love? If you find yourself closer to Liverpool Street, be sure to check out the venue's sisters in Bishopsgate and Heddon Street, both complete with their own shuffleboard. City of London Restaurant , Lounge Bar , Party Bar Book Here The Grange . 45 user reviews 5 Tasty pizzas are a speciality for this cosy Bermondsey pub. Made fresh in their garden oven, you'll find some of the best pizzas in London here, with options ranging from spicy pepperoni, to rocket and prosciutto and even an eggs florentine variation. Bermondsey , London Bridge Pub , Gastro Pub , Event Space Tell me more Radio Delicious . Hungry for a tasty slice? Over in New Cross, Radio Delicious is serving all kinds of pizzas, ideal for veggies, vegans and meat lovers alike. To wash it down, enjoy a beer from Crate Brewery or cocktails from MEATLiquor, then finish with a helping of soft serve. New Cross Party Bar , Restaurant Book Here Bread Street Kitchen . 2 user reviews 4 For great pizza in a seriously swanky spot, head to Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen where, for £15 you can enjoy an evening of bottomless pizza whilst listening to an all-female DJ line-up playing top tunes from Thursday to Sunday. St Pauls , City of London Restaurant Bar , Restaurant , Lounge Bar Tell me more Voodoo Rays Peckham . 18 user reviews 5 2 Unlimited Find out more London's favourite purveyors of giant pizza, Voodoo Rays have set up shop in Peckham, offering mouthwatering New York-style pizza by the slice. With a plethora of meaty, veggie and vegan options on the menu, these guys promise something for all, so swing by and get a slice of the action.  Peckham Restaurant , Restaurant Bar Tell me more Mews Pizza Co . 5 user reviews 4 Based on the 1st floor of a hidden, Mayfair building, the Mayfair Pizza Co. is fast becoming the opulent area's most popular pizza restaurants. With a compelling menu of thin, crispy pizzas topped with the most mouth-watering toppings and spices, and an impressive wine display, everything about this cosy haunt oozes class.  Mayfair , Mayfair Restaurant Bar , Restaurant Book Here Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes . Deliberately subtle on street level, Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes is in fact a quirky London pizza restaurant with a continually changing interior theme, always maintaining a sense of artistic atmosphere and home to art shows and events alike. This kooky, cool bar has another hidden treasure however - its pizza. Shoreditch Party Bar , Cocktail Bar , Restaurant Bar Book Here Northcote Records . 328 user reviews 4 Looking for somewhere fun and slightly edgy to enjoy some pizza moments from Clapham Junction? Northcote Records has you covered, serving mouth-watering pizzas which start from just £6. There's also live bands taking the stage six nights of the week and a solid range of cocktails to savour at this fun-time haunt. Battersea Cocktail Bar , Party Bar , Restaurant Bar Book Here Serata Hall . 498 user reviews 4 APEROL TROLLEY £80. and 3 other offers Find out more In the mood for some stone-baked pizza and fresh glass of wine? Luckily for you, that's exactly what Serata Hall in Shoreditch specialises in. Head on down for a chill night with mates or a first date, and sample fresh pizza with the biggest selection of wine on tap outside the US.  Shoreditch , City of London Cocktail Bar , Event Space , Party Bar Tell me more Heist Bank . 390 user reviews 5 Perfect for those feeling a bit peckish in Paddington, Heist Bank is the place to go for those looking to enjoy pizza in London. A industrial haunt with craft beers on their side, peruse the pizza menu and tuck into a roster of wood-fired, artisan bites. Paddington Restaurant , Restaurant Bar Book Here Fugitive Motel . 50 user reviews 4 One of Bethnal Green's most sought-after bookings, this unique bar and restaurant (with pastel diner style) offers some delicious sourdough pizzas from lunch through to dinner. Head down for the chance to stuff your face with mouthwatering melted cheese and chewy crusts, all washed down with a couple of craft beers from their extensive selection. Bethnal Green Restaurant , Restaurant Bar , Lounge Bar Book Here Old Street Records . 696 user reviews 4 2-4-1 Cocktails and 1 other offer Find out more Old Street Records promises authentic Italian pizzas washed down with bespoke cocktails and a varied drinks menu. It's also one of the best spots for live music in Shoreditch, with regular EP launches, new bands and established live acts all turning out to make this one of the coolest hangouts in east London. More pizza? Why not try out Venn St Records too.  Shoreditch , East London Cocktail Bar , Party Bar , Entertainment Bar Book Here Lost Boys Pizza . 392 user reviews 5 Happy Hour and 3 other offers Find out more London's only vampire-themed pizzeria is one unique place to eat. A must for those who love a dash of 80's nostalgia, quirky pizza toppings and plenty of character with their meal, Lost Boys Pizza & Croque Monsieur are famed for mouthwatering slices and eccentric shenanigans.  Camden , North London Cocktail Bar , Restaurant , Restaurant Bar Book Here Green Mosaic . One of London's best and quirkiest places for pizza has got to be Green Mosaic. Based in Farringdon, the kitchen is creating 48-hour fermented dough that's created using turmeric, oats and flaxseed, making it that little bit healthier.  Central London , Holborn Restaurant , Restaurant Bar , Wine Bar Book Here Market Halls - Top London Sites . Not only do these dynamic dining destinations contain as many as 11 kitchens per venue, as well as bars and coffee shops, but each street food offering is serving up some of the finest fare around. Dig into freshly made slices topped with all sorts from pepperoni to vegetables. Tell me more Dehesa . 266 user reviews 4 £38 standard group deal, bringing you a flavour of Spain and Italy and 1 other offer Find out more For carb lovers alike, Dehesa offers up some of the best Spanish tapas in the city. While it's not your traditional pizza, their chargrilled flatbread is an absolute must so you and your pals can cut up slices and share.  Central London Restaurant Bar , Restaurant , Wine Bar Book Here Pizza Pilgrims West India Quay . 562 user reviews 4 The famous Pizza Pilgrims team shift their focus to West India Quay, Farringdon, Camden and Victoria. Armed with the freshest ingredients and old recipes, the team have created a reputation for themselves when it comes to delivering amazing Neapolitan pizza dishes. East London , Canary Wharf Restaurant , Restaurant Bar , Activity Book Here The Rectory . 76 user reviews 4 If you're a fan of thin and crispy stone-baked pizzas then The Rectory is the pub for you. Located just a short walk from Clapham Common Station, the pub features a list of all-time classics to be enjoyed alongside a pint from their stellar selection of beers and wines. Clapham Pub Book Here Well Street Pizza . 62 user reviews 5 2 PIZZAS FOR £14! and 3 other offers Find out more A gorgeous pizzeria in the heart of Hackney, this unique bar and restaurant serves up some of the most sumptuous slices in East London. Boasting a huge range of types and toppings, you'll be spoilt for choice, particularly when they throw fresh pastas and salads into the mix. Hackney Restaurant , Event Space , Restaurant Bar Book Here Apulia . 183 user reviews 5 Apuila is one unique place to devour pizza slices in London. With its hearty menu of home-cooked classics, decent drinks selection and rustic interiors, this Farringdon restaurant will win you over with its signature charm and keep you coming back for more.  Farringdon Restaurant Book Here Street Pizza at York & Albany . Located in the heart of Camden at the York and Albany, Street Pizza is serving up mouth-watering slices that won't break the bank. Opt for bottomless and enjoy unlimited slices of margherita, pepperoni, charred aubergine and others for only £15. Camden Restaurant , Event Space Tell me more Fire and Stone . 6 user reviews 4 Fire and Stone is just a stone's throw away from Covent Garden and the theatres around there, but their pizzas are truly international. Delivering unique flavours from cities like Casablanca, Mumbai, the pizza selection guarantees you won't have another in London like it.  Covent Garden Restaurant , Restaurant Bar Book Here Bounce, Farringdon . 1232 user reviews 4 Another ping-pong venue that specialises in serving up mouth-watering pizza's can be found at Bounce, in Holborn. Their delicious wood-fired spheres of joy are all tasty, but we'll single out the spicy pork & fennel option as our favourite. It comes with plum tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, basil and fresh chilli to really leave an impression on those tastebuds.  Holborn , Farringdon Restaurant Bar , Event Space , Party Bar Book Here St John’s Tavern . 2 user reviews 5 Bottomless pizza? Hell yeah. Head down to St. John's Tavern in Clapham and you'll be treated to slice upon slice of the Italian classic every Monday, alongside cheap pints of craft beer, classic cocktails and top-notch wines. Clapham Pub Book Here Never For Ever . 42 user reviews 5 Anyone who finds themselves in Kentish Town is in luck because Never For Ever offers some of the best pizza in London, alongside plenty of craft beer, cocktails and wines from around the world. These slices are loaded with everything from traditional toppings like salami and olives to whacky purple potatoes and succulent oxtail. Kentish Town Restaurant Bar , Lounge Bar , Event Space Book Here The Hoxton Seven . 29 user reviews 2 Half speakeasy, half American diner, The Hoxton Seven generates an undeniably cool atmosphere in which to tuck into one of their famed authentic pizzas. The menu features great strength in depth, be sure to sample the pomodorini, mozzarella, gorgonzola, aubergines, courgettes and mushrooms offering, you won't be disappointed. East London , Shoreditch Lounge Bar , Party Bar , Basement Bar Book Here Mr White’s Steak, Pizza & Gin House . 50% off Mains and 4 other offers Find out more Devour that perfect slice of pizza at Marco Pierre White's fabulous restaurant Mr White's Steak, Pizza & Gin House. Choose from classics to chef specials with a range of delicious wine and bubbly. Central London Restaurant Tell me more Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes . 1262 user reviews 4 If you're looking for some of the best pizza in London, then look no further than the Bloomsbury bowling lanes. Fronting the famous Rays Pizza, these fresh as heck plates bring you the crispiest crusts and tastiest ingredients in town alongside activities aplenty. Kings Cross Nightclub , Entertainment Bar , Restaurant Bar Book Here Pizza East Shoreditch . 2 user reviews 3 With a photobooth in the basement, industrial interiors and some of the best slices in London, this cool and quirky pizza restaurant in Shoreditch brings you great locally-sourced toppings, delicious cocktails and stylish, stripped-back interiors. Shoreditch , Shoreditch Restaurant Bar , Restaurant Tell me more Conchiglia . 120 user reviews 5 Brunch Bonanza and 1 other offer Find out more Head to Fitzrovia where Conchiglia is knocking up some of the best Roman-style pizza in London. This family-run Italian restaurant is offering a whole roster of classic slices - all of which can be made with vegan cheese. Fitzrovia Restaurant Bar , Cafe Tell me more Firebrand Pizza Clerkenwell . Located just off of Exmouth Market, Firebrand Pizza is a perfect pick if you're looking for delicious pizza in London. Expect wood-fired slices, with freshly-made sourdough proofed for a whopping 72 hours to really bring out the flavours, before being topped with specially sourced ingredients from across Italy. Farringdon Restaurant Tell me more Recommended by. How to work with us. Whether you own a bar, restaurant, pub, club, private hire space, pop-up and/or run events, you can take advantage of our full suite of products. Explore one or more from the below. Collins Bookings Software Revolutionary booking and enquiry management software for bars, restaurants, pubs and clubs. Table management, pre-orders, payments and more. Find out more Tonic Sell Tickets Online An online event ticketing box office, catering for all kinds of events, pop ups to big music festivals, and free marketing and exposure to help sell more tickets. 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Title23 Best Slices of London Pizza | Top Pizzas in the City | Foodism
Urlhttps://foodism.co.uk/guides/best-pizza-places-in-london/
DescriptionGet a slice of the action at the best London pizza places, from L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele to New York-style pizza at Voodoo Ray's
Date23 Jul 2019
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H1Dough, dough good: 23 of the best London pizza joints
H2Get a slice of the action at the most mouth-watering London pizza joints, from Naples' own L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele to New York-style pizzas from Voodoo Ray's
H3Published: Tuesday 23rd July 2019
London pizza: 22 of the City's best slices
1.Pizzeria Mozza
2. Flat Earth Pizza
3. 400 Rabbits
4. Baz + Fred
5. L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele
6. Pizza Union
7. Santa Maria
8. Pizza Pilgrims
9. Manifesto
10. Crust Bros
11. Sacro Cuore
12. Made of Dough
13. Yard Sale
14. Zia Lucia
15. Circolo Popolare
16. Pizza 1889
17. Theo's
18. Franco Manca
19. Pizzeria Pappagone
20. The Pizza Room
21. Voodoo Ray's
22. Homeslice
23. Princi
H2WithAnchorsGet a slice of the action at the most mouth-watering London pizza joints, from Naples' own L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele to New York-style pizzas from Voodoo Ray's
BodyDough, dough good: 23 of the best London pizza joints Get a slice of the action at the most mouth-watering London pizza joints, from Naples' own L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele to New York-style pizzas from Voodoo Ray's. Published: Tuesday 23rd July 2019. Guides When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that's amore. And what greater love is there than the passion which humanity has for pizza? With a heritage that dates back as far as the 10th century, pizza has a storied place in food history. Just last year, the Neapolitan art of pizza spinning (known as 'pizzaiuolo') was awarded Unesco status as an "intangible heritage". So, yeah, when it comes to the best places to eat pizza on the planet, rest assured that Naples is pretty high on the list.Chances are also fairly hight hat pizza has got a fairly significant place in your own food memories, too. Pizza is the food eaten over spilled secrets at sleepovers. The food of "just moved in". The food of "just broke up". The food of "just lost three stone". The food of "just gained back three stone – really shouldn't have eaten so much pizza".No matter where in the world you're from, you've probably eaten pizza. And a good deal of it. It's become an international culinary currency and multiple cities from Naples, Italy to New York to Chicago all claim to have the greatest pizza on the planet. While London is pretty far from the historical birthplace of the hugely popular fast food, we'd confidently suggest that London pizza, too, provides some of the finest slices in the world. Yeah, the calibre of London pizza means some of the best places to get pizza in the UK are in this very city.It's now easier than ever to get really good London pizza made with real deal San Marzano tomatoes and milky fresh mozz. The tricky part? Working out where next to get your pepperoni or – dare we say it – ham and pineapple fix. To help you make your next pizza party a belter, we've combined a list of the upper crust of London's pizzerias.Whether your hankering for straight up margarita or something more exotic, there's something for everyone in this round up of the best London pizza. In, of course, no particular order.London pizza: 22 of the City's best slices. 1.Pizzeria Mozza. Treehouse Hotel, 4-5 Langham Place, W1B 3DG. Milo Brown PhotographyPizzeria Mozza is a new London pizza outpost from chef Nancy Silverton. And if her name isn't that familiar to you, allow us to fill you in, because she's kind of great. In fact, we have a bit of a brain crush on Nancy: she helped kickstart the artisan bread movement in the US; she was listed as one of the most innovative women in food and drink by both Fortune and Food & Wine magazines; she won the James Beard Award for Outstanding Chef; and she has an episode of Netflix's Chef's Table dedicated to her. Yep, she's pretty amazing alright – and so is her pizza. The secret? A dough recipe like no other, that's absolutely packed with texture and flavour and tastes different to anything we've had recently (and we've eaten a lot of pizza). There are loads of different topping combinations to choose from, but we can tell you now that the fennel sausage one is very good. So is the PLT, with pancetta affumicata, guanciale, onion cream, roasted tomato, rucola and aioli. So is the funghi misti, with taleggio, fior di latte and thyme. You get the picture. And that's not all: Nancy's Chopped Salad is the perfect foil to the richness of the dough; while the desserts are knock-out good. treehousehotels.com2. Flat Earth Pizza. The Railway Tavern, 2 St Jude St, N16 8JT. TheyCallMeGT - Graham TurnerTheyCallMeGT - Graham TurnerTheyCallMeGT - Graham Turner1 of 3 /The pizza at Flat Earth is more than just a pie: it turns preconceptions on their heads, from base to sauce to topping. Founders Rich and Sarah asked themselves all sorts of philosophical questions when they were thinking about setting up there own shop, like "What if there was no meat?", "What if we didn't make the base from refined flour?", "What if we used the whole veg?" and "What if pizza wasn't junk food?" And we're glad they did the deep thinking for us, as it leaves us to rock up and order one (or several) of their seasonal smash hits, like the Hackney Hot, with sweet pickled beetroot, rhubarb compote, chillis, Somerset cheese, chilli salsa and tomato; or the samphire and cheddar, with foraged and pickled Essex samphire, Somerset cheddar and caramelised onion passatta. 1000 times yes.flatearthpizzas.com3. 400 Rabbits. Various. 1 of 6 Beer and pizza. Pizza and beer. There aren't many more harmonious combinations out there, and there aren't many better places to get your fill of both these fermented goodies than 400 Rabbits. Named after the 400 rabbit gods that were, according to Aztec folklore, birthed out of a love affair between the goddess of alcohol and the god of fermentation, 400 Rabbits produce some truly sublime sourdough pizza at its Crystal Palace and Nunhead premises. The pizzas are cooked to chewy, charred perfection in a wood-fired oven; topped with San Marzano D.O.P. tomatoes, fior di latte mozzarella, and top seasonal British ingredients. And with charcuterie sourced from pig people Cannon & Cannon, options like the Iberico chorizo pizza are hard to beat. What are you waiting for? Hop to it.400rabbits.co.uk4. Baz + Fred. 68 Union Street, SE1 1TD. Pizza from Baz + FredStarting life as a mobile catering business, Baz + Fred has been churning out quality stone-baked pizzas to brides, grooms, and festival-goers since 2012. Created by young chefs Baz and (surprise, surprise) Fred, the two got their own permanent pizza kitchen at popular foodie hub Flat Iron square in 2016. Success for the two has been pretty much non-stop since then. What sets Baz + Fred apart from London's busy pizza crowd is the specialised Chadwick ovens they use to cook their creations. Though they may look like something out of the future, these flying saucer-esque ovens can replicate the scorching temperatures of a traditional full-sized brick pizza oven and cook an entire pizza in around 3 minutes. The result is a traditional-tasting slice that's light on the faff and heavy on the flavour.bazfred.com5. L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele. 199 Baker Street, NW1 6UY. View on InstagramNow, Baker Street doesn't have much in common in with Naples (at least, there's not a volcano that we know of in N16) but the two can both claim to be home to the very same iconic pizza joint. As the sole London pizza branch of L'Antica Pizzeria de Michele, which first opened up shop in Naples all the way back in 1906, this is pizza with a pedigree. It's pizza to be eaten in silence, contemplating over the works of Da Vinci, not Dan Brown. And with queues at the door often lasting around 45 minutes, it's pizza that's worth waiting for. Offering only two options in the marinara and the margherita, we'd highly recommend you bite the (delicious) bullet and get them both. Not only will you hard-pressed to find a more authentic pizza experience in the capital, but by the time you actually get your pizza, you'll sorely regret not having ordered another.anticapizzeriadamichele.co.uk6. Pizza Union. Various. Pizza UnionPizza UnionPhotography: Charlie McKay Pizza UnionPhotography: Charlie McKay Pizza UnionPhotography: Charlie McKay Pizza UnionPhotography: Charlie McKay Pizza UnionPhotography: Charlie McKay Pizza UnionPhotography: Charlie McKay Pizza UnionPhotography: Charlie McKay Pizza UnionPhotography: Charlie McKay Pizza UnionPhotography: Charlie McKay Pizza UnionPhotography: Charlie McKay 1 of 11 /Despite all its fancy (pepper) bells and whistles, pizza is still, at its very core, intended to be a fast and cheap food. It's a staple of student diets all over the globe for that very reason. But just because something is fast and cheap, doesn't mean it necessarily has to taste like it. Pizza Union proves just that by providing super fast London pizza that still tastes super great. Which is pretty impressive considering that the margherita costs only £3.95. Yes, just let that sink in. You can get an entire thin and crispy 12" pizza for £3.95. You can't get anything in London for that price. And with outlets at Spitalfields, King's Cross, Aldgate, and Dalston, we wholeheartedly embrace the Pizza Union takeover. Long may pizza stay cheap and delicious.pizzaunion.com7. Santa Maria. Various. Santa MariaPhotography: Tom BowlesSanta MariaPhotography: Tom BowlesSanta MariaPhotography: Tom BowlesSanta Maria Photography: Tom BowlesSanta Maria Photography: Tom BowlesSanta Maria co-founders, Angelo Ambrosio and Pasquale Chinchio Photography: Tom BowlesSanta MariaPhotography: Tom BowlesSanta MariaPhotography: Tom BowlesSanta MariaPhotography: Tom BowlesSanta MariaPhotography: Tom BowlesSanta MariaPhotography: Tom BowlesSanta MariaPhotography: Tom BowlesSanta MariaPhotography: Tom Bowles1 of 13 /Santa Maria is a Neapolitan pizza place run by Neapolitans Angelo Ambrosio and Pasquale Chinchio. That, in itself, is a very good sign. Santa Maria only uses San Marzano tomato sauce with a D.O.P. certification and artisanal fior di latte cheese all the way from Campania. Another encouraging sign: a meal at Santa Maria is perhaps the closest you'll get to a Naples pizza experience without actually booking flights overseas. And if you're looking for a sign from the pizza gods: go there now. Not wanting to get lost in the shuffle of the latest food trends, Santa Maria has even got vegan pizzas on the menu. And although this may seem like a sacrilege, all sins are forgiven once you actually try one of their non-vegan offerings. Because holy moly they're good. Santa Maria's San Francesco – which is topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella, peppers, courgettes, aubergines, and parmesan – will make you an immediate convert.santamariapizzeria.com8. Pizza Pilgrims. Various. Smoked Napoli Pizza at Pizza PilgrimsPizza PilgrimsPizza PilgrimsNduja Pizza at Pizza PilgrimsPizza PilgrimsPizza PilgrimsPizza PilgrimsPizza Pilgrims1 of 8 Having opened up numerous outlets around the city we call home, the people at Pizza Pilgrims have made your weekly pilgrimage to the good temple pizza all the more easier. Founders James and Thom Elliot first decided to bring the artistry of pizza-making to London after conducting their very own dough-based pilgrimage around Italy. As such, Pizza Pilgrims specialises in the traditional stuff but has managed to combine those Italian influences with London's cosmopolitan leanings to great success. It's hard to go wrong with a box of the double pepperoni – a beautiful polka-dotted pizza with two kinds of pepperoni, tomato, fior di latte, Parmesan, basil olive oil and a drizzle of hot and sweet spicy honey. You can't get much more London than that, and like everything else that Pizza Pilgrims has on offer, it's very, very good.pizzapilgrims.co.uk9. Manifesto. 148 Northcote Road, SW11 6RD. View on InstagramLook past all the trendy bells and whistles and it's not difficult to see why we've deemed Manifesto as one of London's best places to get pizza. Pizzas like the 'Apollo 13' (because it's got rocket, geddit?) and the 'Moose' (because it's got ham mousse, geddit?) might sound a bit out-there and, yes, Manifesto does do a black-based pizza that uses black vegetable carbon dough. But wait! Manifesto also ensures that all its ingredients come from only the very best Italian sources. That means Pugliese mozzarella, Molino Pasini flour, Taggiasca olives, pedrazzoli ham. And those kookily named pizzas? They're as classic as they come.manifestopizza.com10. Crust Bros. 113 Waterloo Road, SE1 8UL. View on InstagramHave you ever gone into a Subway and thought: "I wish I could do this with pizza instead of shitty bread and deli meat?". Crust Bros founder Joe Moore has, and he’s gone and done something about it, too. This Waterloo pizzeria's "Fix Your Own" pizza gimmick is an obvious draw for those who love to have control over every intimate aspect of their lives. However, the reason we keep coming back (and the reason we think it's one of the best places to get pizza) is its satisfying simplicity. One could easily go overboard with all the tempting toppings available – anchovies, burrata and goat's cheese?! – though that's part of Crust Bros' beauty. Every pizza is as good as you can make it. If you mess up your dinner, you’ve only got yourself to blame. Plus, the ricotta stuffed crust? Oh, brother is that good.crustbros.co.uk11. Sacro Cuore. 45 Chamberlayne Road, NW10 3NB. View on InstagramEating pizza really shouldn't be a pretentious affair. You shouldn't have to shave an entire peking duck and douse a pizza in truffle oil to elevate it to something that classifies as "fine-dining". The key to a good pizza is in the friendly assembly of all its ingredients. Each topping should contribute to, rather than detract from, the overall pizza-eating experience. Sacro Cuore is a Neapolitan-style pizzeria that understands that. With a rustic wood-fired oven firing up its hearth in Kensal Rise, Sacro Cuore has a simple, no frills approach. It just makes damn good pizza. The salsiccia and friarielli (Neapolitan wild broccoli) is perhaps the greatest vessel for delivering broccoli to one's stomach that we've discovered yet.sacrocuore.co.uk12. Made of Dough. 182 Belleden Rd, SE15 4BW. Made of DoughMade of DoughMade of DoughMade of Dough1 of 4 A simple lean dough recipe that involves a 60-hour fermentation process may not be the exciting origin story you were hoping for from the dough of a pizzeria literally named Made of Dough, but there are plenty more reasons to be excited about this Peckham pizza palace. With six of those specific reasons being the six different types of pizzas available. While all of the pizzas are saucy and sapid in equal measure, the merguez is our stand-out pick. It comes with lamb merguez – locally sourced from the Flock & Herd butchery down the road – san marzano tomatoes, cavolo nero, red onion, rosemary and fior di latte cheese. Round off your meal with a Motherf***king (their words, not ours) peanut butter & vanilla milkshake for a true feast. The best part of it all? At such an affordable price, you don't even have to be made of dough to enjoy the Made of Dough experience.madeofdough.co.uk13. Yard Sale. Various. Photography by Justin De SouzaPhotography by Justin De Souza1 of 2 /What started with an oven in Yard Sale founder Johnnie Tate's back yard in Clapton has since become a London pizza staple. There are currently four Yard Sale pizza outlets, providing consistent crusts and dangerously addictive toppings, across the city. A fifth is set to open in Fulham this year. Inventive names like Cheesus Walks, Harlamb Shake, and Cour Blimey are all certainly memorable. But it's the quality of the pizza that will have you coming back again. And again. And again. Get one of their many dips to give your pizza bones some much-needed company and we can guarantee you won't regret it.yardsalepizza.com14. Zia Lucia. 61 Blythe Road, W14 0HP. The Andrea Pirlo pizza at Zia Lucia Mortadella and burrata at Zia Lucia Getting a pizza at Zia Lucia is a Hammersmith-must The range of pizzas available means a repeat visit is inevitable Nduja pizza at Zia Lucia Zia Lucia's pizzas are baked in hand-crafted wood-fired ovens1 of 6 Zia Lucia isn't just an independently owned neighbourhood pizzeria, she's also an actual real-life person. Founders Claudio Vescovo and Gianluca D'Angelo got the inspiration for their little Italian import from Gianluca's aunt, Lucia, and her commitment to feeding her hungry family members. That inviting, stomach-filling ethos is present in spades (and slices) on Hammersmith's Blythe Road – undoubtedly one of the best places to get pizza in London. Zia Lucia's pizza doughs are slow fermented for 48 hours and baked in hand-crafted wood-fired ovens. That time and effort is well worth it for the final, piping-hot, cheese-topped product. The best named pizza on the menu? That prize goes to the Andrea Pirlo.zialucia.com15. Circolo Popolare. 40-41 Rathbone Place, W1T 1HX. As something of an enfant terrible in Fitzrovia's otherwise well-behaved, buttoned-up dining scene, Circolo Popolare doesn't do anything quietlyAs something of an enfant terrible in Fitzrovia's otherwise well-behaved, buttoned-up dining scene, Circolo Popolare doesn't do anything quietlyAs something of an enfant terrible in Fitzrovia's otherwise well-behaved, buttoned-up dining scene, Circolo Popolare doesn't do anything quietlyAs something of an enfant terrible in Fitzrovia's otherwise well-behaved, buttoned-up dining scene, Circolo Popolare doesn't do anything quietlyAs something of an enfant terrible in Fitzrovia's otherwise well-behaved, buttoned-up dining scene, Circolo Popolare doesn't do anything quietly1 of 5 As something of an enfant terrible in Fitzrovia's otherwise well-behaved, buttoned-up dining scene, Circolo Popolare doesn't do anything quietly. And the pizza it serves is suitably loud. Neapolitan-style pizzas with names like 'John Malkofish' (tuna ragu, fior di latte, taggiasche olives, mozzarella di bufala, chives) and 'I Wanna Nduja' (San Marzano tomato, smoked mozz, nduja, salsiccia picante, chilli) hit you in your gob with their bold flavour combinations. Our pick of the bunch, however, is the more delicate carpaccio pizza; a light crunchy crust topped with parmigiano flakes, carpaccio (duh), and salad. The option to order a huge double pizza for £14 per person is yet another homage to excess that Circolo excels at. This isn't where you come for a quiet night, but the lively atmosphere is also undoubtedly what makes Circolo one of the best London pizza joints in the city.bigmammagroup.com16. Pizza 1889. Lower Road, SE16 7LR. View on InstagramA shipping container in a Surrey Quays shopping centre car park might not be the first place you think of when it comes to finding London's finest slices. But, then again, life works in mysterious ways, doesn't it? Because Pizza 1889 is – despite its location – one of the best places to get pizza in the city. From the quality dough and rich tomato sauce (both made on-site) to the wonderful domed brick oven used to cook the pizza, everything at Pizza 1889 is created with a tender care and attention to detail. Besides, the option to get the joint's signature Margherita 1889 for just £4.50? We'll take two, thanks.pizza1889.com17. Theo's. 2 Grove Lane, SE5 8SY. View on InstagramDo you want to get stuck into Neapolitan-style, sourdough pizzas served piping hot from a wood-fired oven? Silly question, really. Do you want to eat said pizza in a friendly, laid back atmosphere that'll have your Instagram trigger finger twitching to get some snaps? Silly question again. Theo's is the place for you. Founded in Camberwell in 2015 with a second site opening in Elephant & Castle late last year, the South East institution's menu of antipasti, pizza, panuozzo and dessert changes weekly to ensure that only the freshest produce is allowed to take up real estate in your stomach. All of the pizzas are obviously slappers but the chestnut mushroom white pizza is truly something else.theospizzeria.com18. Franco Manca. Various. No, Franco Manca isn't a dark horse or a hidden gem, but it's an absolute mustang in the pizza department that hasn't seen its shine dim over the years No, Franco Manca isn't a dark horse or a hidden gem, but it's an absolute mustang in the pizza department that hasn't seen its shine dim over the yearsNo, Franco Manca isn't a dark horse or a hidden gem, but it's an absolute mustang in the pizza department that hasn't seen its shine dim over the yearsNo, Franco Manca isn't a dark horse or a hidden gem, but it's an absolute mustang in the pizza department that hasn't seen its shine dim over the yearsNo, Franco Manca isn't a dark horse or a hidden gem, but it's an absolute mustang in the pizza department that hasn't seen its shine dim over the years1 of 5 Franco Manca is pretty much the reason that sourdough pizza is now a thing. That tangy, airy crust you've almost come to expect from a pizza dough was partly popularised thanks to this consistently cracking London pizza chain. Pizza start from as little as £5 – an impressive feat considering all of Franco's dough is made daily and it incorporates a host of seasonal ingredients sourced from small suppliers across Italy and the UK – and the delicious end-product speaks for itself. No, Franco Manca isn't a dark horse or a hidden gem that you’ll be smug about discovering before your mates, but it's an absolute mustang in the pizza department that hasn't seen its shine dim over the years.francomanca.co.uk19. Pizzeria Pappagone. 131 Stroud Green Road, N4 3PX. View on InstagramPizzeria Pappagone is a family-run Italian restaurant that makes us feel all lovely on the inside. You know those restaurants you can go to time and time again because you know that everything there is made with that extra bit of love? Pappagone is that sort of restaurant; eating there being the North London culinary equivalent of watching your favourite Disney film for the hundredth time over. The pizza menu here is long. Very long. But we've yet to be let down by any of the thin hot wheels that come out of PP's wood-fired oven. Pizzeria Pappagone has been the business for over two decades, and that esteemed legacy alone is why we've deemed it worthy of being on this list.pizzeriapappagone.co.uk20. The Pizza Room. 2a Grove Road, E3 5AX. View on InstagramCosy doesn't do The Pizza Room justice, to be honest. This warm, inviting and… well… fairly tiddly Mile End pizzeria is one of the best places to get pizza in the capital for a number of reasons. Proving its dough for 72 hours, The Pizza Room is manned by knowledgeable and expert pizzaiolos who ensure that every pie that comes out of the traditional clay oven has the perfect mix of char and chew. Bite into a slice and you can instantly taste the tang of Ponticorvo mozzarella playing off the homemade tomato sauce with a gleeful endeavour. Don’t be afraid to venture outside your margherita comfort zone as The Pizza Room also does a fire calzone.thepizzaroom.co.uk21. Voodoo Ray's. Various. 1 of 2 Voodoo Ray's specialises in slinging out generous slices of its 22" New York-style pizzas at its Dalston, Peckham, and Boxpark premises. The real difference in Voodoo Ray's post and pre-drink food of the Gods is the provenance of the ingredients. Voodoo Ray's imports San Marzano tomatoes for its sauce, Caputo flour for its bases, and creamy buffalo and fior di latte mozzarellas for its cheese. Simply put: Voodoo Ray's care. And considering that two of the joint's whopping slices are equivalent to a whole 11" pizza while being only a fraction of the price, so should you, too.voodoorays.com22. Homeslice. Various. Homeslice pizzas Camille Kenny RyderHomeslice pizzas are available in 20" whole piesCamille Kenny RyderHomeslice pizzasCamille Kenny RyderHomeslice have got a stellar range of interesting toppingsCamille Kenny Ryder1 of 4 /Perhaps the most prolific of the London pizza by-the-slice outlets, Homeslice's several locations across the city prove its ever-growing popularity with everyone from ambitious bankers to the craft beer and industrial techno crowd. We can certainly vouch for the quality of Ry Jessup and Mark Wogan's beautiful mozzarella-mop-topped brainchild, having sampled our fair share of their giant wood-fired pizzas over the years. Order a 20" pizza to split between you and your homies or simply grab a £4 slice from a menu that includes the likes of ambitious spiced lamb, savoy cabbage, and sumac yoghurt-topped creations.homeslicepizza.co.uk23. Princi. 135 Wardour Street, W1F 0UT. View on InstagramMilanese bakery chain, Princi, unsurprisingly does a pretty great job at serving over-the-counter Milanese style slices of pizza. We’ll be the first to admit that Princi isn't cheap but that's not the reason why we've chucked it on this list of the best places to get pizza in London. The reason we've put it in this guide is its speck and potato focaccia slice. Burdened by mozzarella, speck, brie, rosemary potatoes, crescenza and a generous glug of olive oil, it's one of the better lunch-time options you'll find in Soho.princi.com Locations in this article Guides West London South-east London North London Italian East London Pizza X Sustainability Foodism 100 Be Different The Grand Journey The Local Curry Challenge X X X
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BodyThe best pizza restaurants in London Sure, we love a bit of fine dining from time to time, but for those days when nothing other than a mouthwatering Margherita and a use-your-hands mantra will do, London has an abundance of pizza joints ready to cure even the most powerful of carb cravings. From the gigantic offerings at Homeslice to the drool-worthy vegan selection at Yard Sale, we’ve rounded up the very best pizza restaurants in London – and have picked out our menu highlights along the way. Please note: some restaurants may be closed during the Covid-19 outbreak. We’d advise you to contact restaurants directly before you plan to visit. Fiona Logan Digital Editor & Content Producer Fiona (Fee) loves baking, porridge and discovering new gins... Find more Advertisement Berberè Pizzeria Clapham Berberè is the first UK outpost of Italian pizzerias from brothers Matteo and Salvatore Aloe. For sourdough pizza dough made fresh every day, super generous toppings, and pre-cut perfectly-sized slices (why do modern pizzerias so often neglect to do this?), Berberè is your joint. Because the toppings are so ample and the pieces so evenly cut, every slice is as good as the last – no rationing of toppings or saving the best piece until last is necessary here. The menu includes the ‘Spicy Diavola’ with spicy salami and ‘Nduja, and ‘the ‘Aubergine’ with baked aubergine, homemade basil & walnut pesto and smoked ricotta. There are three white pizzas too. For starters, a selection of ‘Fritti’ – deep fried dough balls with a variety of toppings – are a must try. Berberè are on Uber Eats and Deliveroo, so a great option if you’re self-isolating, too. Check out Berberè’s Napoli pizza: Amalfi anchovies, capers, fiordilatte mozzarella, tomato, oregano – £9.50.   Yard Sale Locations in East Dulwich, Hackney, Walthamstow, Leytonstone, Finsbury Park and Clapton. Currently delivery only (August 2021) Yard Sale is a chain of hipster pizzieras scattered across London but, rest assured, their restaurants are anything but style-over-substance. Priding themselves on their made-to-share sourdough, diners can choose between a 12-inch or whopping 18-inch base. And if the gluttony of an 18-inch pizza pie isn’t enough to entice you, their out-of-the-ordinary toppings surely will – think broccoli with manchego, vegan pepperoni with guindilla chillies and spicy anchovies with caper berries. Vegans can rejoice too, as there’s now a stand-alone menu which is free from meat and dairy. Go on, opt for the 18″ pizza, we dare you…   Rudy’s Pizza Soho Rudy’s first opened in Manchester in 2015 and Londoners are now lucky enough to be able to get a slice of the action at Rudy’s new Soho outpost. Rudy’s offer Neapolitan pizza dough, freshly made daily, with super generous toppings, from the Tonno (with tuna, olives, chilli, onions and roquito peppers) to the Carni (salame napoli, salame picante, salame finnocchiona, wild boar salame, and basil). Not only are pizzas large and generous (think bigger than the plate vibes), starters are too. Choose from salumi or vegetarian antipasti plates, burrata with roasted tomatoes, or the incredibly good value Campari and soda which comes with proper European olive-oil fried crisps at just £3.50 a pop. Desserts are also worth a try, especially the tartufo, a classic Italian dessert composed of ice cream with a flavoursome surprise in the centre. Hazelnut and chocolate was the winner for us. Rudy’s are on Deliveroo, so you can even enjoy a slice in the parks nearby. The perfectly balanced Margherita at Rudy’s.   Pizza Union Locations in Spitalfields, Hoxton, Aldgate, King’s Cross and Dalston. If you like your pizza thin, crisp and ‘superveloce’ (that’s ‘superfast’ in Italian), it’s probably in your interest to pay Pizza Union a visit. Their procedure is simple: order, pay and collect a buzzer at the counter – don’t worry, it usually flashes in a matter of minutes. And the best part? You can get your mitts on a crowd-pleasing Margherita for just £3.95 (possibly the cheapest of its kind in London). They also peddle meaty toppings, vegan options and tomato-free bases, with the most-costly pizza climbing to a penny-pinching £6.50. With pizza so thin, there’s always room to spare for a warm, sugar-coated Nutella and mascarpone dough ring, if you’re so inclined. Pizza Union is the go-to pizzeria for when money is tight and time is of the essence. View this post on Instagram Our new pizzas include…🍕 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Giardino, our new improved vegan pizza with vegan mozzarella, mixed peppers, mushrooms and double basil. 💚 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Verona, with tomato sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni, pancetta bacon and green chillies. 🌶 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Fumo, with tomato sauce, mozzarella, BBQ sauce, chicken and onions. 🍗 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Capra, a white pizza with mozzarella, goat’s cheese, black olives and rocket. 🧀 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Read our full menu with our all of our new pizzas, salads, dessert and drinks on our website: pizzaunion.com ✔️ A post shared by Pizza Union (@pizzaunion) on Feb 3, 2020 at 9:04am PST Crazy Pizza  Locations in Marylebone and Monaco. If it’s a party atmosphere you’re looking for, then Crazy Pizza is certainly the right place to head to. Located in Marylebone (and Monaco, should you happen to be in the area!) Crazy Pizza is a great choice when you’re craving a slice of the good stuff but also fancy a sing-along (it’s a fab birthday party venue). Their homemade mozzarellas are worth a visit alone, and deserve their own special shout-out. The menu consists of a selection of Italian starters, the previously-mentioned mozzarellas and a selection of adventurous pizzas. We went for the Parma ham and the focaccia di recco (which is essentially flatbread stuffed with gooey stracchino cheese!) but rumour has it, their truffle pizza is to die for. View this post on Instagram ✔️ Crazy thin, yeast-free bases ✔️ Classic Italian cocktails on the terrace ✔️ DJs until late — Follow the link in our bio to book a spot on the terrace A post shared by Crazy Pizza Marylebone (@crazypizza.marylebone) on Aug 7, 2020 at 6:37am PDT Made of Dough Locations in Peckham and Shoreditch. Made of Dough started out in 2014 and are known for their deliciously chewy, perfectly-salted bases. With branches in Peckham and Shoreditch, they are one of the rare restaurants who cross the North-South divide. Prices range from £7.50 to £11, and half price pizzas are on offer EVERY MONDAY. Hurrah! Delicious wine is available starting from a mere £4 a glass, with milkshakes and tiramisu hitting the sweet spot. Whatever you do, don’t leave without tasting the anchovy and mozzarella bread – it comes with a basil aioli so good that one taste of the stuff will have you craving it forever more. Made of Dough’s rotating specials are not to be missed.   Franco Manca Need a place to eat that’s crowd-pleasing, good for groups, just-as-great for couples and excellent value-for-money? We consider Franco Manca to be the all-rounder of the pizza world. It’s the sort of place that does the simple things well, with no unnecessary fuss or gimmicks. They’re famous for their sourdough bases, which are always doughy and delicious, and pizzas ranging between £5 and £9 (maximum) so you’re never going to feel short-changed here. Top up your order with a glass of wine (for a smidgen over £4) and a pudding (for just under £4) and you’ve still spent little more than 15 quid per head. Sold! Check out Franco Manca’s latest special: topped with Neapolitan pork salami, wild broccoli, San Marzano tomato DOP and British mozzarella Crust Bros  Waterloo and Wandsworth. They describe their pizza crusts as ‘super soft and leopard spotted’ and trust us when we say, Crust Bros pizza is definitely worth waxing lyrical about. The culinary reigns are handed over to diners here with a ‘create your own’ menu (pizzas start from a modest £6.65). It’s a five-step process: choose your dough, sauce, protein, cheese and crust of choice (the ricotta stuffed crust is our favourite). There’s also an (optional) step to dip your finished creation into a pot of garlic, chilli or truffle mayo, for an extra £1.25. The Waterloo branch is located a stone’s throw from The Imax, The Old Vic and Young Vic theatres, it’s a brilliant place to pick up a pre-theatre pizza, while the Wandsworth location is situated in the beautiful Sambrook’s Brewery. View this post on Instagram How many could you take down? 🍕🐆👊 #crustbros . .
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. #pizza #pizzas #dailypizza #ilovepizza #pizzanapoli #pizzagram #crustlust #cheese #cheesy #pizzamania #thrillist #Neapolitan #yougottaeatthis #pepperoni #pizzatime #tastethisnext #pizzatime #toplondonrestaurants #pizzaria #Italian #infatuationlondon #eeeeeats #waterloo #london #londonfood #londonrestaurants A post shared by That Leopard Print Crust 🍕🐆👊 (@crustbros) on Dec 3, 2019 at 3:01am PST Happy Face Kings Cross Since opening in late 2018, Coal Drops Yard is home to a number of boutique shops, quirky bars and a great mix of restaurants. However, it’s been severely lacking on the pizza front – until now. Recently-opened Happy Face offers seriously moreish pizzas in a buzzy, vast space that offers up great post-work grub. Their short and sweet menu boasts a range of affordable meaty and veggie sourdough options and all bases can be adapted to be gluten-free. Heading out afterwards? Pop downstairs to the restaurant’s funky speakeasy bar, Supermax, for a post-pizza aperitif.   Theo’s Camberwell/Elephant & Castle If you find yourself south of the river and ravenous for sourdough, there’s only one place you should consider heading to. Indie-Italian setup Theo’s serves bright and beautiful Neapolitan pizzas which all come loaded with artisan toppings — think cavolo nero cream, scotch bonnet nduja, soppressata and more. It’s packed with regulars, who return for the reliable pizza and who stay for the chilled neighbourhood vibes. Round off the evening with one of their classic Italian desserts — for us, it’s got to be their properly-good tiramisu.   Share A Slice Brixton and Peckham While not a classic pizzeria, Share A Slice’s kitchens at Pop Brixton and Bussey Rooftop Bar are well worth a visit. Not only did founders Raj and Sandeep learn their slinging skills from a pro in Naples itself, even more impressively Share A Slice is a social enterprise: for every pizza purchased, the business donates one to those in need via their local charity partners in Brixton and Peckham. The team deliver the pizzas themselves meaning they create meaningful relationships with those in the local community, and since their launch in 2019 Share A Slice have donated an amazing 10,650 pizzas to different charities across the city. After 2020, Raj says “Living in a pandemic for the past year has hit vulnerable groups hardest and stressed the importance of giving back to the local community.” All ingredients are imported weekly from Italy, and the menu is filled with some really interesting options, our favourite being the pumpkin sauce base topped with spicy ‘nduja, mozzarella and orange zest (it works!). Raj and Sandeep’s enthusiasm for creating delicious and authentic pizza while giving back to those in need is infectious. Homeslice Various locations If you fancy a change from Neapolitan sourdough, London’s best alternative has got to be Homeslice. Serving gargantuan 20-inch New York-style pizzas made for sharing, Homeslice offers a sense of occasion unlike any other London pizzeria. The menu’s inventive scale of toppings produces truly stunning pizza that wouldn’t look out of place in an art gallery; think za’atar roasted aubergine with smoked red peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, a red onion and olive pickle, pistachios and rose petals (yes, that’s just one option). Even though they’re huge, the pizzas are so deliciously crisp and thin you won’t feel too heavy after a Homeslice-sesh. If you’re not super hungry, you can order by the slice, but we’d recommend going for the experience of gorging on a 20-inch with your pals. Calling all carb-lovers! 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TitleBest Pizza In London: 19 Slices You Need To Try In 2021
Urlhttps://www.elle.com/uk/life-and-culture/culture/g31188949/best-pizza-london/
DescriptionHere's where to go for the best pizza in London, no matter what your choice of topping. From pillowy sourdough bases to crispy Neapolitan 12 inchers, dig in
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Body19 Best Pizza In London, Whatever Your Choice Of Topping From pillowy sourdough bases to crispy Neapolitan 12 inchers, these are the best pizza joints in the capital By Hannah Nathanson and Katie O'Malley 10/05/2021 Jason Bailey The only problem with finding pizza in London is that there's so many Italian restaurants to choose from. Whether you're sharing a 20 inch pizza from Homeslice in Covent Garden or you're savouring every last mouthful of a soft pillowy sourdough base in Forest Hill's Bona, having a pizza with friends in the capital is possibly one of the greatest meals on earth (ok, unless you're in Italy).Which is why we've taken it upon ourselves to taste as many as we can in order to give you a comprehensive list of the best pizza in London.So whether you want to make like Bella Hadid and eat a pizza cake – courtesy of designer Alexander Wang – to celebrate a birthday or order a pizza from your favourite London takeaway 70 miles away like Adele did, this guide will have you covered.Buon appetito tutti! Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 1 Pizza on the square . A collaboration between The Botanist Sloane Square and Casamigos Tequila and Mezcal, ‘Pizza on the Square’ is introducing an alfresco dining terrace in the heart of Sloane Square. The pop-up will serve woodfired pizzas – from garlic and mushroom white pizza or Caponata - and tequila cocktails, draft beers, non-alcoholic cocktails and champagne until September. For the uninitiated, Casamigos was the boozy brainchild of George Clooney, Rande Gerber and Mike Meldman. This summer mixologists from the Botanist will be creating cocktails (sold for £12.50) such as Tommy’s Casa Caliente and Cantartio Amigos.Address: No. 7 Sloane Square, London, SW1W 8EEClick here for more information. 2 Vicoli Di Napoli Pizzeria View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vicoli Di Napoli Pizzeria (@vicoli_di_napoli) If you thought having a taste of Italy was near impossible in recent months, think again. Vicoli Di Napoli Pizzeria is a treasure in the heart of Stoke Newington, bringing the traditional ‘carter wheel pizza’ recipe straight from its home in Naples. With al fresco and in door dining when lockdown restrictions ease, this pizzeria is a must-visit if you’re all about authentic Italian flavours and Negronis.Address: 125 Stoke Newington Church St, Stoke Newington, London, N16 0UHClick here for more information. 3 Crazy Pizza PATRICIA TOBIN In locations across the world and in Knightsbridge and Marylebone in London, this pizzeria was founded in Porto Cervo, Sardinia in the Nineties and it’s never gone out of style since.The restaurants menu invites diners to choose from a variety of traditional and ‘crazy’ toppings, such as Pata Negra, shaved truffles and zucchini flowers. Oh, and did we mention there’s lava cake and tiramisu on the menu?Address: 32-34 Hans Cres, London SW1X 0LZ and 7 Paddington St, London W1U 5QHClick here for more information. 4 Braviragazzi Pizzeria View this post on Instagram A post shared by Bravi Ragazzi (@braviragazzipizzeria) Head to Streatham and you’ll find Bravi Ragazzi which serves Neapolitan-style sourdough pizzas with traditional toppings. Whether you’re a diavolo or marinara eater there are plenty of dishes on offer. A new pizza offering coming soon to the space is the Spaccanapoli – topped with roasted potatoes with rosemary, Provola d’Agerola and tasty Italian sausage.Table for one, please! Address: 2A Sunnyhill Road, London, SW16 2UHClick here for more information. 5 The Book Club The Book Club One of our favourite hangouts in Shoreditch (nay, in London!) is reopening on May 19 after England's lockdown restrictions ease, and we can't wait to walk through its doors, especially now we hear it's undergone a new refurb (think Brooklyn party scene).To welcome back revellers, The Book Club will be launching a new pizza menu (which involves a free pizza slice with every first drink between 4pm-6pm). Add some cocktails into the mix, The Book Club's famous hip-hop and R&B club nights (after June 21) and you've got some serious fun on the cards this summer. Address: 100-106 Leonard St, Shoreditch, London EC2A 4RHClick here for more information. 6 Circolo Popolare Joann Pai If you want to indulge all your senses while eating pizza, this is the place for you. In its bonkers but brilliant setting just north of London's Oxford Street (we love the walls piled high with booze bottles), Circolo Popolare serves Pizza Napoletana just how they make it in Naples.Expect thin bases with delicious doughy crusts and be amused by the different pizza names: 'I Wanna Nduja' and 'Che Katso?!' (the latter pretty much meaning 'What the f*ck?' in Italian) to name a couple.Address: 40-41 Rathbone Place, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1HXClick here for more information. 7 Roma Courtesy of Roma Pizza With just eight pizzas on the menu - and all at £5 a pop - Roma pizza means business. On London's iconic Brick Lane, this is a great option for when you need a mid-shopping pick me up. All the pizzas are 'fast & thin' 12 inches and the menu includes the Hot Pepperoni and Mushroom & Truffle.If you're feeling adventurous, order one of the dips. We're fans of the spicy paprika mayo. Address: 224 Brick Lane, London E1 6SA Click here for more information. 8 Four Hundred Rabbits Nic Crilly-Hargrave There are now four locations of this local pizza favourite in London: Crystal Palace, Nunhead, West Norwood and Herne Hill. And we love them all. Bustling whatever time of the day you go, we would recommend getting there early so you can indulge in a Negroni and a classic Margherita. Or opt for something with more of a kick, like The Rhubarb One which has chipotle rolled goats cheese and rhubarb with piquillo peppers. Trust us, it works!Address: 30-32 Westow St, Upper Norwood, London SE19 3AClick here for more information. 9 Sodo Courtesy of Sodo One of the original sourdough pizza places that sprung up in east London, Sodo now has outposts in Walthamstow, Bethnal Green, Clapton and Hoxton.Their ethos is all about seasonal and sustainable produce (no tinned pineapple here) and you can wash down your 'Top Boy' vegan pizza (with walnuts and truffle oil) with a great selection of natural wines. They also do a brunch menu which fits in well with our 'pizza anytime' philosophy. Address: 126 Upper Clapton Road, E5 9JYClick here for more information. 10 Pizza Express Courtesy of Pizza Express A list of the best pizza in London wouldn't be complete without including Pizza Express.A perennial favourite, just look at the petition to keep it from closing, you can't go wrong with Pizza Express. Start with a dough ball and finish with tasty carbonara pizza with an egg in the middle. We personally think there should be more pasta sauce pizzas out there.Address: Across London.Click here for more information. 11 Homeslice Jack Lewis Williams If you're happy to share (sometimes we just want our own), try Homeslice whose 20 inch pizzas are now famous in London.They'll feed two to three people and don't worry, you can split the toppings in case you can't agree and everyone can still be friends.If you're looking for something quick to go, there's a new slice of the month which is usually pretty adventurous, such as Wagyu beef, truffle crème fraiche, cipollini onions and salsa verde. Mind = blown. Address: 13 Neal's Yard, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9DPFor more information click here. 12 Pizza Pilgrims Jason Bailey The Neapolitan Margherita is protected by UNESCO and it's not hard to see why. But if Naples is too far for you, settle for Pizza Pilgrims instead.Bready, chewy and with a hint of char, their pizza bases are seriously moreish. As are the toppings including buffalo D.O.P, nduja and smoked anchovy.We also recommend their guest pizza which is often themed. They recently did a La Mimosa to celebrate International Women's Day.Address: 40-42 Parkway, Camden Town, NW1 7AHClick here for more information. 13 Bona Courtesy of Bona Located on trendy Dartmouth Road in Forest Hill, this Neapolitan sourdough pizza joint is a local hero. A recent refurb has opened up more table space which means more people can enjoy a Tartufata (porcini mushrooms and truffle oil) or a Bufalina (buffalo mozzarella). What's more, Bona's dough is double fermented and cooked in under 90 seconds.We may be stating the obvious, but these pizzas are particularly good when washed down with one of the Italian beers on the menu. Address: 25 Dartmouth Rd, Forest Hill, London SE23 3HClick here for more information. 14 Cecconi's Pizza Bar Jamie Lau The naughty little brother of the Cecconi's (and Soho House) family, Cecconi's Pizza Bar in Soho is the perfect post-work spot. Serving wood-fired oven pizzas, cicchetti (Italian tapas) and homemade pasta, there's something for everyone in this central Soho outpost.If you like a party with your pizza, then head here on Thursday - Saturday when there's a DJ playing and it's open until 3am. Address: 19-21 Old Compton Street, London W1D 5JFor more info click here. 15 Yard Sale Pizza Courtesy of Yard Sale PIzza An east London favourite, Yard Sale Pizza now has five restaurants - in Clapton, Walthamstow, Finsbury Park, Hackney Road and Leytonstone. The pizzas are large, thin and crispy and all come on vegan dough. They also have a solid celebrity following and recently teamed up with singer and podcast host Jessie Ware for a guest pizza.Whatever you do, make sure you leave room for one, or several, of their famous ice cream sandwiches.Address: 105 Lower Clapton Road, Hackney London, E5 0NClick here for more information. 16 Princi Courtesy of Princi Princi are very keen for you to 'eat, drink and live Italian'. So it's just as well they serve delicious fresh pizza 'al taglio' - by the slice - from 11am in the morning (it's never too early for pizza) until they close at midnight.With two restaurants now in London's Soho, their pizza is made on focaccia base with housemade pomodoro sauce. Toppings include anything from bufala mozzarella, to speck and scamorza cheese.The vibe is very buzzy but you need sharp elbows if you go at 'rush hour'. People love Princi pizza. Address: 135 Wardour Street, London W1F 0UTClick here for more information. 17 Vodoo Ray's Courtesy of Vodoo Rays With locations in Shoreditch, Dalston and Peckham, Vodoo Ray's has spread its thin, crispy love around London.They serve their pizzas on rotation so you'll never get bored of the menu which features the Green Velvet with artichoke hearts and green sauce, and the Hot Mix 5, which isn't for the fainthearted.Don't miss their lunch deal (a slice, salad and soft drink for £6.50) or Monday Slice Night (£2.50 slices or 12 inch pizza for £20).Address: Units 1-3, Boxpark, 2 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6GY.Click here for more information. 18 Tavolino SAM A HARRIS ‘Tavolino’ means small table in Italian but size doesn’t really matter at this new opening in London Bridge – the important thing is the amazing location and the al fresco tables which look out onto the river. Not forgetting the pizzas of course, which are made Romagna-style on a crispy sourdough base. Expect finely sourced toppings (the head chef Louis Korovilas who came over from Bancone has put a lot of time into sourcing the finest produce direct from Italy) of Puglian burrata, ‘nduja from Spilinga, black Taggiasca olives and Gorgonzola Riserva. You’ll want to go back to try the entire menu.Address: 2 More London Riverside,
 SE1 2DB.Click here for more information. 19 ASAP Pizza Courtesy of ASAP Pizza The much-loved Flor in Borough Market has done a delicious pivot recently, transforming itself into ASAP Pizza. It’s clear that the team, who also run Michelin-starred Lyle’s, have put a lot of thought into the new offering (and the pizza names - we love the Spice Grrl) with high-quality toppings on delicious dough bases.Eat in, and sit under the railway arches in the market while treating yourself to wines from the Flor list at shop prices. Leave room for the soft serve ice cream and you’ll go home happy!Address: 1 Bedale St, SE1 9AL.Click here for more information. Hannah Nathanson Features Director Hannah Nathanson is Features Director at ELLE. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io Advertisement - Continue Reading Below More From Culture Photographing Breastfeeding Women Could Be A Crime Maggie Gyllenhaal’s Husband Discusses Sex Scene Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Zendaya And Jacob: A Timeline Of Their Romance Women Undergoing Surgery With Male Physician Angelina And The Weeknd’s Rumoured Relationship 23 Of The Best Celebrity Motherhood Quotes Kim Kardashian Fall Out Boy Video Shock Selena Gomez Talks Turning 30 Welcome To The Fran Lebowitz Club Prince William And Kate's 'Secret Windows' Culture Life + Culture Valentine's Day Make-Up Looks Pizza East No Pizza in Ibiza… A-list hairstyles you need to try Things To Do In London This Weekend: Oct 19 - 21 Things To Do In London This Weekend: 17-19 Nov
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TitleLondon's Best Pizza | 17 Great Places To Try - NOTSOBASICLONDON
Urlhttps://notsobasiclondon.com/londons-best-pizza-places/
DescriptionLondon has so many great places to eat pizza. Which one do you choose? Click through to check out the ultimate guide to London's Best Pizza Places
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H21.Pizza Union, Various Locations
Various Locations, http://www.pizzaunion.com/
2. Yard Sale Pizza, Finsbury Park
54 Blackstock Rd, London N4 2DW http://www.yardsalepizza.com/
3. Franco Manca, Various Locations
Various Locations, http://www.francomanca.co.uk
4. Homeslice, Various Locations
5. Made of Dough, Brixton
Pop Brixton, 49 Brixton Station Road, London SW9 8PQ http://www.madeofdough.co.uk/
6. Zzetta Pizza, Canning Town
ZZETTA Rathbone Market, 110 Barking Rd, London E16 1EN http://zzetta.co.uk/
7. Gordon Ramsey Street Pizza, St Paul’s/Southwark
Gordon Ramsey x 10 Bread St, London EC4M 9AJ https://www.gordonramsayrestaurants.com/street-pizza
8. Quartieri, Kilburn
300 Kilburn High Rd, London NW6 2DB http://www.quartieri.co.uk/
9. Zia Lucia, Holloway & Hammersmith
157 Holloway Rd, London N7 8LX http://www.zialucia.com/
10. BungaTINI, Covent Garden
167 Drury Ln, London WC2B 5PG http://www.bungatini.com/
11. 1n1 Fashion ‘n’ Pizza, Aldgate
56 Middlesex St, London E1 7EZ https://1n1fashionnpizza.com/
12. Theo’s, Camberwell & Elephant and Castle
2 Grove Ln, Camberwell, London SE5 8SY http://www.theospizzeria.com/
13. Purezza, Camden
14. Crust Bros
113 Waterloo Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8UL http://www.crustbros.co.uk/
15. Baz & Fred, London Bridge
68 Union St, London SE1 1TD, https://bazfred.com/
16. Roma Pizza, Brick Lane
224 Brick Ln, London E1 6SA https://www.romapizzaldn.com/
17. 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo
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H2WithAnchors1.Pizza Union, Various Locations
Various Locations, http://www.pizzaunion.com/
2. Yard Sale Pizza, Finsbury Park
54 Blackstock Rd, London N4 2DW http://www.yardsalepizza.com/
3. Franco Manca, Various Locations
Various Locations, http://www.francomanca.co.uk
4. Homeslice, Various Locations
5. Made of Dough, Brixton
Pop Brixton, 49 Brixton Station Road, London SW9 8PQ http://www.madeofdough.co.uk/
6. Zzetta Pizza, Canning Town
ZZETTA Rathbone Market, 110 Barking Rd, London E16 1EN http://zzetta.co.uk/
7. Gordon Ramsey Street Pizza, St Paul’s/Southwark
Gordon Ramsey x 10 Bread St, London EC4M 9AJ https://www.gordonramsayrestaurants.com/street-pizza
8. Quartieri, Kilburn
300 Kilburn High Rd, London NW6 2DB http://www.quartieri.co.uk/
9. Zia Lucia, Holloway & Hammersmith
157 Holloway Rd, London N7 8LX http://www.zialucia.com/
10. BungaTINI, Covent Garden
167 Drury Ln, London WC2B 5PG http://www.bungatini.com/
11. 1n1 Fashion ‘n’ Pizza, Aldgate
56 Middlesex St, London E1 7EZ https://1n1fashionnpizza.com/
12. Theo’s, Camberwell & Elephant and Castle
2 Grove Ln, Camberwell, London SE5 8SY http://www.theospizzeria.com/
13. Purezza, Camden
14. Crust Bros
113 Waterloo Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8UL http://www.crustbros.co.uk/
15. Baz & Fred, London Bridge
68 Union St, London SE1 1TD, https://bazfred.com/
16. Roma Pizza, Brick Lane
224 Brick Ln, London E1 6SA https://www.romapizzaldn.com/
17. 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo
BodyLondon’s Best Pizza | 17 Great Places To Try   Pizza is just pizza, right? Wrong! I’m always amazed at how different pizza is depending on where you go. Pizza is one of my favourite choices for an easy lunch or casual dinner. I’ve eaten at so many great pizza places in London that I HAVE to tell you about them! Keep reading to discover 17 of London’s best pizza places.     1.Pizza Union, Various Locations. There are not many places in London you can get the main course for under £4. You can at Pizza Union! They are a no-fuss, no-frills pizza joint that caters brilliantly for both a solo lunch or an evening with a big group of mates. It has a really casual and relaxed vibe where you order at the counter, share a communal table and stay as little or as long as you want. You can’t leave without having a Nutella pizza for dessert.  My favourite pizza in London. Good for: A quick bite. Casual dinner. Dining alone. Various Locations, http://www.pizzaunion.com/.     2. Yard Sale Pizza, Finsbury Park. From setting up in a back garden in East London, to opening their 5th location, Yard Sale have got pizza down to a T. They’re a friendly, local, neighbourhood haunt that’s made a name for themselves cooking up unpretentious, good value and above all tasty A.F pizza! They regularly collaborate with some of London’s best restaurants to bring you really unique pizzas you won’t find elsewhere. Be sure to order the marmite and garlic pizza bread. It’s like Britain meets Italy in one delicious bite. Good for: An easy, relaxed night with friends. 54 Blackstock Rd, London N4 2DW http://www.yardsalepizza.com/.     3. Franco Manca, Various Locations. Franco Manca was London’s first pizza place to bring trendy, cool and most importantly affordable pizza to the masses.  The menu is small which emulates their unfussy nature and efficient vibe of the restaurant.  I always think it feels like you’ve treated yourself to a nice restaurant without spending loads when you eat here. Always a winner when you don’t know where to go but you want good food at an affordable price. Good for: When you want a nice dinner destination without breaking the bank. Various Locations, http://www.francomanca.co.uk.  .   4. Homeslice, Various Locations. Homeslice  Pizza is home to London’s biggest pizza at a whopping 20 inches. They first set up shop in the colourful corner of Neals Yard and have since extended to a few locations across London. You don’t come to Homeslice for a ‘normal’ slice of pizza as their toppings are pretty adventurous. These include things like beef and carrot, lamb and cabbage or cauliflower cheese with spinach. Homeslice is a must-visit pizza place when in London and a great one to take friends or family to who want a real London foodie experience. Effortlessly cool. Good for: People who want something a bit trendy. 13 Neal’s Yard, London WC2H 9DP http://www.homeslicepizza.co.uk/     5. Made of Dough, Brixton . If you haven’t heard of Pop Brixton, they a buzzing hub of retailers, restaurants and food start-ups housed in a shipping container in South London. Made of Dough is one of them. This little pizza kiosk was created by two guys who have been friends since school and both brought up in Italian and Spanish families. Their pizza is Neapolitan style with its iconic ‘leopard print’ spots and interestingly enough they’ve also made a nod to their Spanish heritage by using great ingredients from Spain. Best eaten alfresco with no knife and fork hands and a few beers. Good for: If you’re heading to Brixton Academy for a gig. Pop Brixton, 49 Brixton Station Road, London SW9 8PQ http://www.madeofdough.co.uk/.     6. Zzetta Pizza, Canning Town. There’s a reason why Zzetta pizzas tagline is soul fired pizzas  – because there’s a real heart in what they do. The ingredients they use are sourced from the best possible places and they really try hard at making one of the more unhealthy foods better for us with their 100% vegan base and no unnecessary animal fats or chemical products. The restaurant interior encompasses a market vibe with fresh herbs and produce lying around and on the ceiling hang quotes from local people of past memories from the area.  Good for: Supporting the local community.  ZZETTA Rathbone Market, 110 Barking Rd, London E16 1EN http://zzetta.co.uk/.     7. Gordon Ramsey Street Pizza, St Paul’s/Southwark. Infamous chef  Gordon Ramsey has brought bottomless, unlimited, all you can eat pizza to London and boy it’s good. In Ramsey’s uber-cool restaurant, the waiters walk around with a whole pizza propped on their shoulder and all you have to do is ask and the slices keep coming served directly to your table.  3 different flavours rotate around the restaurant. Add cocktails and a slab of tiramisu and you’ve got yourself one great dinner destination. Good for: People who can’t get enough pizza. Gordon Ramsey x 10 Bread St, London EC4M 9AJ https://www.gordonramsayrestaurants.com/street-pizza.     8. Quartieri, Kilburn. Kilburn doesn’t have the best reputation as an area but this pizza place is a diamond in the rough. Quartieri is a little bit trendy with its exposed brick walls and unconventional menu. Expect things like pistachio pesto, black truffle, and even a lasagne pizza to name a few. A great destination for pizza if you’re ever in North West London.  Good for:  A real taste of Italy in North London. 300 Kilburn High Rd, London NW6 2DB http://www.quartieri.co.uk/.     9. Zia Lucia, Holloway & Hammersmith. Zia Lucia is an independent pizzeria with a bustling dining room you could liken to sitting amongst a large Italian family.  What sets them out from the crowd is that they offer four different types of pizza dough including an earthy wholemeal and dramatic charcoal. The pizzas are a really generous size and the menu is extensive, catering well for vegans and gluten-free.  Zia Lucia features in my Holloway Area Guide.  Good for: Those who want to change it up. 157 Holloway Rd, London N7 8LX http://www.zialucia.com/.     10. BungaTINI, Covent Garden. Six years after the opening of the legendary South London venue, Bunga Bunga has now set up in the heart of Covent Garden. On the ground floor sits family pizzeria BungaTINI and through a hidden door lies a secret world of live entertainment, burlesque, and circus extravaganza complete with more pizza, Italian sharing dishes and a large drinks menu. If you want a bit of a party with your pizza this is one for you. Good for: A bit of a party with your pizza! 167 Drury Ln, London WC2B 5PG http://www.bungatini.com/.     11. 1n1 Fashion ‘n’ Pizza, Aldgate. 1n1 Fashion n Pizza is the brainchild of Andrea and Martina, an Italian couple with two great passions in life – Andrea’s, Pizza, Martina’s, fashion. In 2017 they combined their two loves and opened up their concept store serving pizza and selling fashion. Andreas loves pizza so much he even takes his yeast on holiday to make sure he’s nurturing it properly every day. Each pizza is handcrafted in their tiny kitchen and can be enjoyed amongst a selection of quirky fashion and accessories. A unique pizza experience. Good for: Those who love good food & great fashion. 56 Middlesex St, London E1 7EZ https://1n1fashionnpizza.com/.     12. Theo’s, Camberwell & Elephant and Castle. Theo’s in Camberwell is a proper local neighbourhood pizzeria serving delicious wood-fired, Neapolitan-style pizza. It’s beautifully decorated with whitewash walls, marble tables, and an open kitchen. It feels more like you’re in Italy or Spain than in South East London. The menu changes weekly and it’s obvious the ingredients they use are high quality. They’ve been added to many ‘top pizzas in London’ lists across the years and there’s a good reason why. Theo’s is somewhere you can hang out with the kids in the daytime or have a date night in the evening. Good for: A great local eatery. 2 Grove Ln, Camberwell, London SE5 8SY http://www.theospizzeria.com/.     13. Purezza, Camden. Purezza seem to have cracked the vegan pizza market. Their pizzas are as close to a ‘real’ pizza as you can get and I’d go as far as saying that they are better than some ’real’ ones I’ve had too. They use coconut, cashew & brown rice to replicate the cheese which imitates the real stuff surprisingly well, although, I would point out it’s a bit ‘silkier’ than you might be used to. Add a fantastic crust, some creative vegan toppings and boom you’ve got one great vegan pizza even the fussiest of pizza lovers will love. Good for: Vegans or people who want to experience something different. 43 Parkway, Camden Town, London NW1 7PN http://purezza.co.uk/.     14. Crust Bros. Crust Bros is pizza for the fussiest of eaters. The menu is essentially a huge ‘build your own’ list that comes with a pencil and you tick whatever you fancy. No combination is frowned upon and pizza snobbery is not welcome here. It’s a simple no-fuss, no-frills place when you want something easy and affordable – Especially if you go for their £5 daily special. They’re just a 5-minute walk from the craziness of the Southbank which gets uber busy. Put it on your list if you’re around that area or going to the theatre nearby. Good for: Fussy pizza eaters and those who like to be creative. 113 Waterloo Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8UL http://www.crustbros.co.uk/.     15. Baz & Fred, London Bridge. Baz & Fred have set up shop in Flat Iron Square, one of London’s liveliest markets filled with food, drinks and music. Their pizzas are cooked to perfection, smothered in Italian tomato sauce and topped with Italian sourced produce. There is no formal seating in Flat Iron Square, nor china plates or metal cutlery. Think of it as more of a casual and fun place to eat with friends. Good for: If you like a great atmosphere with your pizza. 68 Union St, London SE1 1TD, https://bazfred.com/.     16. Roma Pizza, Brick Lane. Roma has answered all of our cheap eat prayers!  Brought to you by the guys of Made of Dough, this little pizzeria sits at the end of the lively Brick Lane and every pizza is just £5. Yes, EVERY pizza for just a fiver!! Inside is pretty basic but still nice. You order you pay at the counter, collect when ready and tidy up after yourself which keeps it very casual. For £5 you can’t go wrong. Good for: A cheap and tasty lunch or dinner. 224 Brick Ln, London E1 6SA https://www.romapizzaldn.com/.     17. 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo. 50 Kalò features on many a ‘best pizzas in London’ list and there is no question why. They are a short walk away from the hustle and bustle of Trafalgar Square and serve up authentic Neapolitan style pizza. They first opened in Naples in 2o14 and a few years later brought their famous pizza to the UK. We can’t thank you enough 50 Kalo! Good for: Authentic Neapolitan pizza in Central London Photo Credit: 50 Kalo  7 Northumberland Ave, Westminster, London WC2N 5BY, https://www.50kalo.it/.   Thank you for reading London’s Best Pizza Places.     You may also enjoy:. A Guide To Afternoon Tea in London. 8 Amazing London Staycation Ideas. 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TitleBest pizza in London for delivery and takeaway | British GQ | British GQ
Urlhttps://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/gallery/best-pizza-london
DescriptionBest pizza in London, from Homeslice and Santa Maria to Pizza Pilgrims and Voodoo Ray's, this is where to order delivery or takeaway from
Date31 Jan 2021
Organic Position17
H1The best home-delivery pizza in London
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Cinquecento
Voodoo Ray’s
Homeslice
Santa Maria
Pizza Union
50 Kalo di Ciro Salvo
Yard Sale
Pizza Pilgrims
'O Ver
Japes
Farina
Cecconi's Pizza Bar
Mother
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Cinquecento
Voodoo Ray’s
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Santa Maria
Pizza Union
50 Kalo di Ciro Salvo
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Pizza Pilgrims
'O Ver
Japes
Farina
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BodyThe best home-delivery pizza in LondonBy GQ31 January 2021FacebookTwitterPinterestLateef OkunnuWhere to order the best dough in the capital city, direct to your doorNaples, New York, Chicago, Detroit: all of these cities have laid claim to perfecting the art of the pizza pie. But in London, and perhaps only in London, every great tradition from across the Western world comes together: here, in the big smoke, one can eat the best of Europe and America without even needing your passport.As the capital swells with more Italian imports and forays into US tradition, we at GQ wanted to give you a guide on where to go (or, at the moment, where to order from). After all, this is a city thronging with chains that want you to give in and only experience a mediocre margherita. Here are some of the very best in the city, regardless of how you like your toppings, and the vibe you want. Feel free to send us a slice in thanks.And if you’re still searching for the perfect thing to eat this evening? Take a look at our pick of the best Michelin-star and fine-dining food deliveries.Lateef Okunnu1/15Native ShareNapoli Gang. From the Parisian team behind both Shoreditch hotspot Gloria Trattoria and Fitzrovia's spectacular Circolo Polpare comes Napoli Gang, a delivery-only concept promising artisanal, authentic, homemade Italian fare at home using only the finest ingredients. As well as their perfect, crisp-but-pillowy pizzas, you'll find starters, pasta dishes, wine and cocktails, not to mention the Big Mamma group's epic Insta-famous desserts. What to expect: Quirkily named pizza and pasta that is every bit as brilliant as in the Big Mamma restaurants, celebrating Italian produce such as truffle, spicy 'nduja and smoked provola. Do try the arancini to start and make sure you finish with either the XXL legendary lemon meringue pie or the sinfully delicious tiramisu, all of which comes in colourful, fun eco-friendly packaging. Dough notes: The Napoli Gang aesthetic might be big, bold and youthful, but the ingredients themselves are seriously sophisticated, from the Apulian burrata stuffed with pesto and beautifully sliced antipasti (the salame al tartufo is from the Gombitelli brothers in the Provincia Di Lucca, while the pistachio mortadella from Bronte by Simona Scapin comes just 20km from Bologna), to the mozzarella fior di latte and San Marzano tomato sauce. Eating at home: Delivery is available from kitchens in Kentish Town, Wandsworth, Wood Green, Bethnal Green, as well as Shoreditich and Soho, all via Uber Eats. napoligang.co.uk2/15Native ShareCinquecento. Family-run businesses always know what's good, and this one is no different. With three London locations, the newest sitting in the heart of Notting Hill, Cinquecento is one of the best pizza joints in the city.What to expect: Big flavours and excellent topping choices (aubergine parmigiana with mozzarella, buffalo ricotta and 'nduja, San Daniele ham, wild rocket and rich creamy burrata pugliese et al), with a budget-friendly price points. Dough notes: Cinquecento's dough has been fermented for 48 hours and is 67 per cent of hydration, which makes the pizza delicious and easy to digest.Eating at home: All London restaurants - Portobello Road, Chelsea and Notting Hill Gate, are open for click and collect as well as delivery via Deliveroo to locations in Chelsea, Knightsbirdge, South Kensington, Kensington, Holland Park, Shepherds Bush, White City, Ladrbroke Grove, Paddington, Fulham, Battersea, Belgravia, Earls Court, Marylebone and Mayfair.cinquecentopizzeria.comCopyright 2019. All rights reserved.3/15Native ShareVoodoo Ray’s. Italian pizza is great and all, but New York’s mutant school of bread, cheese and red sauce might be my favourite. Voodoo Ray’s leans in hard to this tradition and is just as good for a quick bite as it is for a longer lounge.What to expect: Audacious with its toppings, the down-and-dirty pizza parlours of Manhattan stand out for their shakers of chilli flakes, Parmesan and Italian herbs stood by the napkins and cutlery, the ability to buy by the slice, and a broad selection of toppings. Voodoo Ray’s does all of this but with high-quality ingredients and options for veggies and vegans too. Even better, the Dalston Ray’s now has The K Hole in its basement: a drag queen-dominated karaoke bar that couldn’t be more fun if it tried.Dough notes: The perfect New York pie. Less about charcoal and more about having that perfect mix of structure and squidge, it’s ideal for folding perfectly in half and mainlining the way anyone with a 212 area code knows how.Eating at home: Both London restaurants, Dalston and Peckham, are open for delivery via Deliveroo as well as click and collect, with both 12” and 22”pizzas available. 95 Kingsland High Street, Dalston, London E8 (and Peckham). voodoorays.com4/15Native ShareHomeslice. If you’re big on pizza, pizza doesn’t come much bigger than at Homeslice. This street-market-to-restaurant convert produces 20” pizzas (£20) as standard - designed to share, but that’s to your discretion (do not fear, snackers can order by the slice in Homeslice’s favourite flavours).What to expect: The Margherita is heaven to tomato lovers, thick with fresh, zingy passata, but the more adventurous types are treated to Homeslice’s inventive topping menu, which features the likes of aubergine, cauliflower cheese, spinach and harissa or oxtail and watercress with horseradish and sorrel cream.Dough notes: Crafted from dough that is aged for a minimum of 24 hours, Homeslice’s pizzas are wood-fired to perfection with smoky charred crusts that are perfect for dipping.Eating at home: City, White City, Shoreditch, Neal’s Yard and Marylebone outposts are all open for collection and delivery via Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Supper. Homeslice is also offering “take and bake” nationwide, a cook at home concept where you receive a  12” signature base along with sauces and specially selected ingredients, available via plateaway.com.52 Wells St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 3PR (and other locations). homeslicepizza.co.ukFabrizio Quagliuso5/15Native ShareSanta Maria. The famed London pizza sanctum can now be found in Fitzrovia, Ealing, Chelsea and Brentford (at the Duke Of London pub), where they’ll serve you some of the best pizza in London. The vibe is light, airy and incredibly friendly: you’ll feel like you’re sat toasting away another day of your Italian holiday without the airfare or the exchange rate.What to expect: A full slate of delicious pizzas, plus some astonishingly good starters. The meatballs – especially the ’nduja and ricotta – are out of this world. The virtues of the appetisers carry through to the pizza: ballsy, rich but perfectly balanced.Dough notes: There’s a real char to the dough: if that’s why you come for wood-fired pizza, you’re going to get it in abundance. It’s never more notable than in the tomato-less pies such as the San Giuseppe: with smoked mozzarella on top as well as the bitter greens of the friarielli, it’s a completely new combination of different flavour notes for a pizza to hit. We, for one, loved it.Eating at home: Santa Maria has always been a huge hit among delivery and collection lovers, with queues to be expected even outside of lockdown. Takeaway is available from the Ealing, Chelsea, Fitzrovia and Brentford until 10.30pm, with delivery offered on Deliveroo. 15 St Mary’s Road, London W5 (and other locations). santamariapizzeria.comJAB Promotions6/15Native SharePizza Union. There are very few eateries in London where you can walk in with £10, order a main, a dessert and a cocktail and then come out with change, but Pizza Union is one of them. With locations in Aldgate, Dalston, Kings Cross and Spitalfields, Pizza Union serves up super-thin and super-crisp 12-inch pizzas that start at just £3.95 and, boy, do you get bang for your buck. Simple but brilliantly executed, the pizzas here don’t sacrifice any quality for their budget price tag and are so good you’ll be tempted to order another one for the road.What to expect: A dirt-cheap menu of 16 pizzas that will make their way onto your plate at top speed. Each bite is packed full of flavour and comes with a satisfying crunch, making Pizza Union the perfect impromptu pit stop if you’re in the mood to elevate your dinner.Dough notes: Light and crisp, the dough on these pizzas has a barely there quality, providing the perfect base to let your toppings of choice shine. But don’t fret, crust lovers: once you reach the edge of your slice you’ll be treated to a deliciously crisp dough that serves as the perfect partner to Pizza Union’s Parmesan dip.Eating at home: All locations are open for takeaway, delivery and click and collect. 29 Leman Street, London E1 (and other locations). pizzaunion.com7/15Native Share50 Kalo di Ciro Salvo. Neapolitan pizza is a mythical beast, the best of the best, but while other openings have kept to small, chic spots with ascetic menus, 50 Kalo, one of Naples’ finest, is bold, brash and welcoming. Sat in an entirely unsexy location by Trafalgar Square, the venue feels a bit naff, which makes the exceptional pizzas feel all the more like a secret just between you and them.What to expect: 50 Kalo has plenty of topping options, made with fresh ingredients including mozzarella from Campania and imported tomatoes. This is good, good eating.Dough notes: Thin, oozing with sauce and fat, this is not first date food. But you will get all the crispiness and sauciness and flavour that you craved when you said to somebody ‘should we go get pizza tonight?’Eating at home: 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo offers delivery services via Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats, as well as through its own website (where you can also order a takeaway for collection).7 Northumberland Ave, Westminster, London WC2N 5BY. 50kalopizzerialondon.menu8/15Native ShareYard Sale. British pizza often draws from a desire to be like Italy, but across the Atlantic there’s another pizza tradition worth cribbing from. For anyone who wants the nearest experience to a New York pizza pie, you could do a lot worse than the laid back chill of Yard Sale.What to expect: The pizza menu runs the gamut from herbier, fresher pizzas to the pure meat bonanzas you might find on Long Island. Expect big punchy flavours, the odd collaboration with another restaurant, and some amazing desserts.Dough notes: Crispy where you want it, soft where you need it, on the scale of NYC pies this is definitely more Robertas than Two Bros. But all this is to say: it’s heaven on a plate (and lots of dips for your crusts if that’s your preference). How to eat at home: All locations are open for takeaway and delivery via the Yard Sale website and currently remain closed for dine-in. All deliveries are contact free. Stores in: Clapton, Finsbury Park, Walthamstow, Leytonstone. yardsalepizza.com9/15Native SharePizza Pilgrims. Pizza Pilgrims is offering a new "pizza playground" to city workers in need of blowing off steam.What to expect: This three-floor, Grade I listed building is gigantic, seating 190 across three floors. As well as the dining tables, you'll also find a bocce ball court, table football and a private area for playing Mario Kart on a 65-inch TV.Dough notes: Head chef Guiseppe has been making pizzas since he was 14. Try the spicy nduja margarita topping with its deliberately crisp, burnt crusts.Eating at home: All ten London Pizza Pilgrims sites are offering collection, with delivery available from Shoreditch, Covent Garden, Soho and West India Quay. It's DIY meal kits, “pizza in the post”, are available nationwide. 12 Hertsmere Road, E14 (and other locations). pizzapilgrims.co.uk10/15Native Share'O Ver. This is the first restaurant in London to use purified seawater instead of salt, 'O Ver claims its dough is lighter and actually good for you...What to expect: Originally a street stall in Naples, 'O Ver, meaning "truth" in the local dialect, prides itself on authenticity. What 'O Ver boasts in height (four-meter ceilings) it lacks in capacity. By 7pm, it's a full house.Dough notes: Sure, the pizza is great, but we also rate the carbonara and street-food bites.Eating at home: Order delivery from both the Borough and St James branches via supper.london.44-46 Southwark Street, SE1. overuk.com11/15Native ShareFinally, a British outlet from the Napoli restaurant, regularly billed as "the best pizzeria in the world" (and fawned over by Julia Roberts' character in Eat Pray Love).What to expect: The menu features only two (huge) pizzas: the marinara or the margarita with double mozzarella. Hats off to you if you can finish it.Dough notes: Sloppy, soft and, despite being blasted at a temperature of 500C in the giant wood-fired oven shipped over from Naples, not a burnt crust in sight.Eating at home: L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele offers takeaway and delivery services, the latter via Uber Eats and Deliveroo. 199 Baker St, Marylebone, London NW1 6UY. facebook.com/anticapizzeriadamicheleukTom Nicholson12/15Native ShareJapes. London has a lot of the world’s great pizza cultures represented, but it’s yet to really delve into the Chicago deep dish with much gusto. Enter Japes: a Chicago deep dish-focused restaurant in Soho.What to expect: The best thing here by a country mile is the deep dish pizzas, which are like oozing tarts full of thick red sauce and glorious toppings. Plus, there’s a whole selection of audacious crust-dipping sauces including a truffle mayo and a blue cheese sauce that will leave you unable to romance any dinner guest, but, boy, is it worth it.Dough notes: More like a pie than a… well, pizza pie, the dough here has a greater structural integrity, but it’s less of a flavour note than a charred wood oven pizza might be. Instead, it acts as the perfect canvas for the gooey, ragu-y inside.Eating at home: While Japes is currently closed and therefore not offering a collection or delivery service, its excellent DIY kits are available for nationwide delivery via shop.japes.uk.22-25 Dean Street, Soho, London W1D. japes.uk13/15Native ShareFarina. Tucked away on Notting Hill high street, Farina is a nondescript little gem for people exploring this particular neck of the woods.What to expect: The pizzas are the reason to come to Farina, in particular its use of burrata, which elevates its pizzas with a miasma of cool, gooey cheese as if it were the sour cream on a perfect tray of nachos. Special mention also to Farina’s cannolo: little pistachio-dusted horns of heaven, they’re so good that you’d leave the gun and take them too.Dough notes: Perfectly pliable, decently durable, the bedrock of a Farina pizza will do its due diligence to make sure you’re not mopping any San Marzanos out of your lap. It is less of a main character than in some other places, but when the food is this bolshy that’s no bad thing.Eating at home: Currently unavailable, with delivery and takeaway due to resume soon.19-21 Notting Hill Gate, London W11 3JQ. farinapizza.co.ukJamie Lau14/15Native ShareCecconi's Pizza Bar. The Soho House staple, Cecconi’s, has always been a low-lit, stylish haunt with quality Italian food. In May 2018, the franchise added its pizza bar to the collective - located in the heart of Soho, it’s part club (with DJs playing disco bangers), part traditional Italian eatery.What to expect: Pizza is the star of the show, but the menu still has plenty of Italian offerings. The zucchini fritti are expertly crisp and salty. The salmon, with tomato, capers and olives, is a hearty main which is subtly seasoned.Dough notes: Wood-fired oven pizzas, with a crisp and charred crust. The tomato sauce is plentiful, with generous mozzarella portions which slide off each portion.Eating at home: Cecconi's is currently unavailable for delivery. 19-21 Old Compton St, Soho, London W1D 5JJ. cecconispizzabar.com. The 3pm – 6pm deal, Sunday – Friday: includes £5 cocktails, £5 jugs of beer & £5 plates of pasta15/15Native ShareMother. As you'd expect from Danish proprietors, the interior design of this cavernous affair under the Battersea railway arches is excellent.What to expect: When Mother first opened in Copenhagen's meatpacking district seven years ago, it won an instant cult following. We anticipate food bloggers aplenty.Dough notes: They have an extensive menu of 15 woodfire sourdough pizzas. Decision fatigue? Order the Pepperoni & Peperoni (tomato, mozzarella, marinated peppers, spicy salami, smoked cheese, parsley).Eating at home: While the restaurant is closed, takeaway is currently unavailable. 2 Arches Lane, SW11. motherrestaurant.co.ukREAD MOREBest alcohol delivery services to top up your home suppliesBest healthy food delivery services in the UKThe 23 best cookbooks to buy in 2021KeywordsLifestyleFood & DrinkRestaurant Reviews
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TitleWhere to eat the best pizzas in London (or get them delivered) | Hot Dinners recommends | Hot Dinners
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H1Where to eat the best pizzas in London (or get them delivered)
H250 Kalò di Ciro Salvo
L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele
Big Mamma restaurants
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Homeslice
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Manifesto Pizza
Made of Dough
Oi Vita
O-ver
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Santa Maria
Vicoli di Napoli Pizzeria
Voodoo Ray's
Yard Sale
Zia Lucia
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O-ver
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Santa Maria
Vicoli di Napoli Pizzeria
Voodoo Ray's
Yard Sale
Zia Lucia
BodyWhere to eat the best pizzas in London (or get them delivered) Gavin Hanly 01 June 2021 There's been a serious revolution in the London pizza world over the past few years. It's now possible to get some world-beating pizzas here and we're on a mission to tell you where to find them.  50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo. St James - 7 Northumberland Ave, Westminster, London WC2N 5BYOne of Naples' top pizza restaurants, Pizzeria 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo's London spot sees them creating as close to that Neopolitan experience as possible. It's all about the dough - 50 Kalo refers to "good dough" - and the menu features a much larger selection of pizzas than other Neapolitan imports. The Evening Standard's David Ellis says they're "serving London’s best pizza.". Big talk indeed. Also on the menu: That would be their Frittatina di bucatini - that's eggless pasta omelette: Bucatini, Bechamel sauce, Provola Smoked Cheese and cooked ham. Delivery options: DeliverooMore about 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele. Marylebone & SohoLondon went completely nuts at the arrival of what was dubbed Naples’ (and by that the world’s) best pizza. After some dispute over the use of the name, L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele is now housed in Baker Street and Soho. When they started, they only did two pizzas, a Margherita and a Marinara (which they do very well) but they've now expanded with a lot more options - including a fried pizza. Also on the menu: Fritto misto to kick things off. Delivery options: DeliverooMore about L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele Big Mamma restaurants. Shoreditch (Gloria), Fitzrovia (Circolo Popolare), Covent Garden (Ave Mario)While the Big Mamma Group are very well known for their flamboyant restaurants, there is some real skill with the pizzas there. Pizzas from their delivery arm include the Truffle Squad (Mozzarella fior di latte, ricotta, black truffle cream, fresh seasonal truffle, button mushrooms sauteed with thyme, fresh chives) and Notorious B.I.Cheese (Mozzarella fior di latte, gorgonzola, 24 mesi parmigiano reggiano, herb ricotta, black pepper).Also on the menu: So much more - with the lemon meringue dessert a must.Delivery options: Via their Napoli Gang delivery serviceMore about Big Mamma Gordo's. Dalston - 533 Kingsland Rd, Dalston, London E8 4ARThis Dalston Pizzeria comes from an ex Yard Sale GM and quickly became a Dalston favourite. Expect their own take on traditional Italian pizzas, including the "Italiano Maximo" which features guanciale, pecorino, garlic, and parmesan breadcrumb.Also on the menu: Garlic bread, Gordal olives or a Caprese salad.Delivery options: Via their websiteMore about Gordo's Homeslice. Covent Garden, Fitzrovia, White City, Shoreditch, CityRy Jessup started Homeslice with a hand-built mobile wood-fired oven hand that he launched at London Fields Brewery. He did a shed load of festivals and the like before teaming up with Mark and Alan Wogan, sons of the late great Sir Tel, to open their first restaurant. You'll find the traditional pizzas here, but they're also keen on coming up with unique flavour combinations - kimchi, porcini cream and basil anyone? The pizzas are also HUGE - a regular is 20".Delivery options: Via multiple sources. They also have pizza kits.More about Homeslice Lardo. Hackney - 197-201 Richmond Rd, London E8 3NOriginally not strictly a pizzeria and more of an Italian (by way of Hackney) restaurant, the emphasis is now on Lardo’s pizza section. In addition to the classics served up by former Bistrotheque manager Eliza Flanagan and partner Hugh Thorn, pizzas include regularly changing seasonal specials - such as Braised leeks, roast garlic, rocket pesto, almonds.Also on the menu: A good selection of seasonal antipasti as well as a pasta of the day main course.  Delivery options: Order onlineMore about Lardo Manifesto Pizza. Wandsworth - 148 Northcote Rd, London SW11 6RDMoving slightly away from the norm, Manifesto Pizza sets out its stall right from its name. That particular "manifesto" is all about using the best possible Italian ingredients (Molino Pasini flour, Pugliese mozzarella, etc). Their pizzas are a little different from norm too, including Goat + (goat cheese, heritage beetroot, parsley) and Pumpkin Pie (mozzarella, gorgonzola cheese, pumpkin, red onion, speck). Delivery options: Uber Eats | DeliverooMore about Manifesto Pizza Made of Dough. Peckham, Brixton, FulhamComing up the street food route like so many others, Made of Dough’s first bricks and mortar spot was in Peckham. They’ve stayed true to their roots, roping in local butchers Flock & Heard for the sausage on their Merguez pizza. They use a lean dough recipe with a 60-hour fermentation process. The mozzarella's driven fresh from Campania twice a week and the parmesan's aged for over 30 months.Also on the menu: Order some Salchichón Riera or garlic, fior di latte & rosemary bread to kick things off.Also try: Made of Dough's offshoot Roma, serving £5 Roman-style pizzas on Brick Lane. Delivery options: On Deliveroo via Fulham, Peckham, More about Made of Dough Oi Vita. Stoke Newington -  67 Newington Green Rd, Mildmay Ward, London N1 4QUStoke Newington does rather well in the Neapolitan pizza front with this and Vicoli being excellent representations. Oi Vita hail from Italy and their chef is the second generation in a pizza-making family from Naples, while their 24hr fermented dough has an emphasis on lightness. Their signature is the classic Cosacca - tomato sauce, red cherry tomatoes, Parmesan and Pecorino romano cheeses with basil.Also on the menu: Pizza balls, fritto misto and croquettes to kick things off and pan-fried wild broccoli with chilli and garlic on the side. Delivery options: Order online or via DeliverooMore about Oi Vita O-ver. London Bridge, St JamesO-ver's key feature is that the pizza dough is infused with real purified seawater. That may sound like a gimmick, but the pizzas that they're producing are top class and it's one of the best restaurants in the Borough area as a result. Top of the list to order should be The Paloma - that's "Smoked buffalo mozzarella from Sorrento, wild chiodini mushrooms,  artisan rolled Italian bacon, organic black pepper, basil"Also on the menu: The organic white truffle burrata from Apulia sounds like a must to us and they have a large pasta menu too.Delivery options: Normally via Deliveroo at London Bridge, St James, but closed during the lockdown.More about O-ver Pizza Pilgrims. Multiple locations in LondonBrothers James and Thom Elliot are the folk behind Pizza Pilgrims. Having bought a van in Italy for their London street food stall they decided to go and get it and drive back tasting the best Neapolitan pizza and mozzarella that Italy has to offer. It seems to have paid off. Ingredients are now flown in from Italy and they attribute their success to "soft dough, really simple, and not overloaded with ingredients. We don't have a complicated menu, we don't have weird toppings."See also: They have a new spin-off selling pizza by the slice called, naturally, Slice - that's on the South Bank. Delivery options: Most are available on Deliveroo and they have frying pan pizza kits by post.More about Pizza Pilgrims Santa Maria. Ealing, Chelsea, Islington and FitzroviaNamed after St Mary's Road in Ealing, the site of their first pizzeria, owners Angelo and Pasquale used their Neapolitan heritage and expertise in running pizzerias all over London to open their own in 2010, bringing in master Pizza chefs Lucio Miano Petta and Emanuele Tagliarina to complete the dream team. The ‘Santa Bufalina’, which is just tomatoes and D.O.C mozzarella, is one to beat in London. They also have a spin-off in Clapton called A Slice of Blue. Also on the menu: Plenty of starter and sides. Highly recommended is the Caponata (Classic Sicilian vegetable stew with olives and pine nuts)Delivery options: Via Deliveroo at Ealing | Fulham | FitzroviaMore about Santa Maria Vicoli di Napoli Pizzeria. 125 Stoke Newington Church St, Stoke Newington, London N16 0UHThis was the original L'Antica in London before some legal shenanigans, but although it's had a name change, it remains an excellent pizzeria. Expect traditional Neapolitan pizzas with the classic Margherita and Marinara at the heart of the menu joined by Via dei Gerolomini - Prosciutto e funghi (Fior di Latte, Grana Padano DOP, basil, cured ham, mushrooms, extra virgin olive oil).Also on the menu: It's really all about the pizzas - but there is a Nutella pizza for dessert. Delivery options: Uber EatsMore about Vicoli di Napoli Pizzeria Voodoo Ray's. Dalston, PeckhamIt's all about the slice at Voodoo Ray's. Opening in Dalston back in 2012, their huge 22-inch pizzas are served by the slice, NYC style. The style may be American, but the ingredients are all Italian - they use both Buffalo and fior di latte mozzarellas, Caputo flour and San Marzano tomatoes for the topping.Also on the menu: Get a side of mac and cheese (and upgrade it with jalapenos and bacon)Delivery options: Via Deliveroo on Peckham, Dalston or click & collectMore about Voodoo Ray's Yard Sale. Various locations across LondonYard Sale really were a home starter business, first setting up in Johnnie Tate's backyard in Hackney, serving up pizza to his and co-founders Nick Buckland and Dan Spinney's friends and family. The opening party of their first place in Clapton has gone down in history for including a secret gig by Macaulay Culkin's band. They've made a particular name for themselves with interesting collaborations and, with the exception of the margherita, the toppings are very East London.Also on the menu: A choice of salads and you can have your garlic pizza bread with added Marmite.Delivery options: Direct from their website.More about Yard Sale Zia Lucia. Aldgate, Holloway and HammersmithFounders Claudio and Gianluca named their first Holloway Road pizzeria after Gianluca's aunt. Their pizza dough is 48 hours slow-fermented and baked in a wood-fired oven. But probably their key point of difference are the four types of dough available including the Insta-friendly vegetable charcoal (which they delicately explain has "digestive gas-absorbing capacities"), wholemeal, gluten-free and traditional.Also on the menu: before the main event you can kick off with bruschetta, burrata or roasted aubergines.Delivery options: Via Deliveroo at Aldgate  |  Holloway  |  HammersmithMore about Zia Lucia And there's more... ELD Pizza sees the people behind Lagom open a pizzeria in Bethnal Green.  Farina Pizza - the much-loved Notting Hill Pizzeria has returned (in a different location) Sweet Thursday Pizza in De Beauvoir is now doing a pizza sandwich collaboration with Nuno Mendes. Berbere Pizza (formerly Radio Alice) are now in Clapham and all their pizzas are made with organic ingredients.  Popping up across London is Flat Earth Pizza with their plant-based pizzas In Old Spitalfields Market you'll find and excellent pizza at Sud Italia. Still a good bet for a pizza is any Franco Manca, now expanded all over town.   Soho House's Pizza East is worth a try, particularly the one in Shoreditch.  For a Danish take on pizza, head to Mother in Battersea For pizzas served ultra-fast when you're in a hurry, Pizza Union is a good bet.   One of our favourites, Sacro Cuore in Kensal Green is recommended.  For Jason Atherton's take on Pizza, head to Hai Cenato.  Crazy Pizza - if you like lots of truffle, bear this place in mind.  We hear good things about 400 Rabbits at Crystal Palace and Nunhead too.   Subscribe to hear the latest from Hot Dinners  Pizza Italian Best restaurants in London - by cuisine Delivery - by cuisine Prev Next 0Shares More from Hot Dinners. The key new London restaurants to look out for in 2022 . Upcoming London restaurants - hot new openings coming soon . All-new London restaurants - the recently opened restaurants in London . Hot Right Now - London's hottest restaurants - January 2022 . 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TitleThe London Pizza Delivery Guide - London - The Infatuation
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Napoli Gang
Bufala Di Londra
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Pizzeria Pappagone
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True Craft
Yard Sale Pizza
Purezza
Zia Lucia
Lost Boys Pizza
Sodo Pizza Cafe - Walthamstow
Party Store Pizza
Napoli Gang
Theo's Pizzeria
Made of Dough
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Napoli Gang
Yard Sale Pizza
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Sodo Pizza Cafe - Clapton
Santa Maria Pizzeria
Zia Lucia
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BodyHome Cities Pick the perfect spot for every situation Atlanta Austin Boston Chicago London Los Angeles Miami New York Philadelphia San Francisco Seattle Washington DC Travel Guides Plan your trip and eat like locals All Travel Guides Barcelona Berlin Cape Town Charleston Dallas Detroit Denver Hong Kong Houston Hudson Valley Joshua Tree Kansas City Las Vegas Madrid Maui Melbourne Mexico City Minneapolis Montreal Nashville New Orleans North Carolina Orlando Palm Springs Paris Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland, ME Portland, OR Rome San Diego Santa Barbara Singapore St. Louis Sydney Tokyo Toronto Vancouver Cocktails Copenhagen Don’t see your city? Drop us a line and let us know where you’d like us to go next. Thank You We’re always looking to make The Infatuation the best platform to find restaurants, and we appreciate your feedback! LDN Guide. The London Pizza Delivery Guide 33 great pizza spots doing delivery. Written by Heidi Lauth Beasley, Jake Missing, & Rianne Shlebak 33 Spots Launch Map 33 Spots Launch Map LAUNCH MAP Advertisement It’s safe to say that that this past year, dough enthusiasm took the country by storm. And while there was a time when bags of flour were popping up on eBay like the latest Supreme drop, the best kind of dough has always comes out of box, hot and ready, covered in cheese and sauce. That’s because pizza is still one of (if not the) best takeaway to get. Here’s a guide to where you should be ordering them in from.Jump To. North South East West Central Featured In The Ultimate London Delivery & Takeaway Guide. See all our guides NORTH. Napoli Gang. ££££ Italian  in  Bethnal Green ,  Fitzrovia ,  Kentish Town ,  Shoreditch ,  Wandsworth ££££ If there’s one thing that can make us believe in a higher power, it’s the same people behind Circolo Popolare and Gloria opening a delivery service. Yes, that means you can order that truffle pizza that brought happy tears to your eyes, as well as their special XXL lemon pie and tiramisu. Find out if you’re in their Kentish Town or Wood Green delivery zones here. Bufala Di Londra. ££££ 18 Topsfield Parade This Crouch End pizzeria is delivering its Neapolitan-style pizzas around North London. With thin tomatoey bases, chewy crusts, and toppings like nduja, mozzarella di bufala, and aubergine, this spot will satisfy that craving. Karolina Wiercigroch Quartieri. ££££ Pizza ,  Italian  in  Kilburn ££££ 300 Kilburn High Rd We’re a little bit obsessed with the spicy salami La Diavola pizza from Quartieri. And when we say a little bit, we mean a lot. But if you’re not in the mood for something with a chilli kick, you can’t go wrong with ordering their other traditional Napoli pizzas either. They’re based in Kilburn and also have a little deal going on where you can get 2 pizzas for £18. Pizzeria Pappagone. ££££ 131 Stroud Green Rd For all our fans of mozzarella and alliteration out there, Pizzeria Pappagone is for you. This neighbourhood spot in Stroud Green have been serving their margheritas, pizza alla americana, and classic Hawaii, since the 90s. Heads up, there’s also gelato. La Saporita. ££££ 174 Tollington Park Another Stroud Green neighbourhood pizzeria, La Saporita delivers the kind of food that’s like a warm hug. We’re talking calamari fritti, gnocchi al gorgonzola, and of course, pizza. Their traditional pizze starts at £7.50 for margherita, but they have everything from a 16-inch vegetarian medley to a half-pizza, half-calzone to choose from. Giulia Verdinelli True Craft. ££££ Pizza  in  Tottenham ££££ 68 West Green Rd True Craft is one of those neighbourhood spots that will make you understand the concept of Cheers. Part pub, part pizzeria this Seven Sisters local are now delivering their excellent sourdough pizzas, including our personal favourite, the Bang! Pepper. If mascarpone and sweet balsamic peppers don’t take your fancy, we’re also very into the Nduja Like it. Mostly because it’s tasty but yes, partially because we love a pun. Yard Sale Pizza. ££££ 54 Blackstock Rd Yard Sale have started to become closely associated with the pubs close to their five locations, and their UFO-sized 19-inch pizzas should become closely associated with your face. Chuck your postcode into their shop locator to see if they deliver to you. For your sake, we hope they do. Purezza. ££££ 43 Parkway Are you vegan? Do you like pizza? Do you like puppies? Okay, well, everyone likes puppies. But if you answered yes to the previous questions then Purezza is for you. They deliver exclusively vegan Italian food, including their plant-based sourdough pizzas. Expect toppings like shaved seitan, aubergine, black truffle, and wood-smoked tofu. Zia Lucia. ££££ 157 Holloway Rd Much like our exes and pre-isolation dreams, there are Zia Lucias scattered across London. Their Holloway branch is delivering across north London and they’re serving a short and sweet menu of Grade A proper pizza using their 48-hour, slow-risen dough. Lost Boys Pizza. ££££ Pizza  in  Camden ££££ 245 Eversholt St Lost Boys is a real mood. They’re a casual Camden pizza joint with a mild vampire theme and moody, charcoal pizzas to match. If you’re thinking that a spot that has something called ‘Fangs For The Memory’ on their menu would be naff, think again, the pizza here is great. They’re also delivering their cocktails and have some seriously good meal deals. Sodo Pizza Cafe - Walthamstow. ££££ 21 Hatherley Mews We’ve said before that the sourdough pizza from Sodo is consistently up there with the best in London. And now that we’ve made our own “pizza” at home. We mean it more than ever. Thankfully they’re alternating open days between their Walthamstow and Clapton branches. Order here or check their Instagram for opening and collection details. Sorry—looks like you screwed up that email address Well done. You’re a good person. All good. We still like you. Want to quickly find restaurants on the go? Download The Infatuation app. SOUTH. Lateef Okunnu Party Store Pizza. ££££ 15-16 Lendal Terrace You know what your diet has been missing? No, not more Jaffa Cakes. It’s been missing Detroit-style pizza. This pizza spot just off Clapham Road is delivering some of the best deep-dish pizza you can get in London. Think a chewy focaccia-like base, so. much. cheese. And fun toppings like pulled rib meat, spicy honey, and vodka sauce. Order here. P.S. have a whole separate vegan menu. Napoli Gang. ££££ Italian  in  Bethnal Green ,  Fitzrovia ,  Kentish Town ,  Shoreditch ,  Wandsworth ££££ If there’s one thing that can make us believe in a higher power, it’s the same people behind Circolo Popolare and Gloria opening a delivery service. Yes, that means you can order that truffle pizza that brought happy tears to your eyes, as well as their special XXL lemon pie and tiramisu. Find out if you’re in their Wandsworth delivery zone here. Theo's Pizzeria. ££££ Pizza  in  Camberwell ££££ 2 Grove Lane Theo’s in Camberwell makes some of London’s chewiest, sauciest, most-chilli-sauce-suited Neapolitan-style pizza in London, and they’re doing takeaway and local delivery around their restaurant in Camberwell. They’re also selling pizza donation vouchers for the team at King’s College Hospital. Made of Dough. ££££ 182 Bellenden Road Sharing is caring when it comes to pizza, or at least it is when we want some. With that in mind, Peckham’s Made of Dough are doing lunchtime, dinner, and all-day deals involving their fior di latte covered pizzas, garlic bread with a side of rosemary aioli, and sometimes a bottle of wine too. Zia Lucia. ££££ Much like our exes and pre-isolation dreams, there are Zia Lucias scattered across London. Their Battersea kitchen is delivering across south London and they’re serving a short and sweet menu of Grade A proper pizza using their 48-hour, slow-risen dough. EAST. Napoli Gang. ££££ Italian  in  Bethnal Green ,  Fitzrovia ,  Kentish Town ,  Shoreditch ,  Wandsworth ££££ If there’s one thing that can make us believe in a higher power, it’s the same people behind Circolo Popolare and Gloria opening a delivery service. Yes, that means you can order that truffle pizza that brought happy tears to your eyes, as well as their special XXL lemon pie and tiramisu. Find out if you’re in their Shoreditch or Bethnal Green delivery zones here. Yard Sale Pizza. ££££ Pizza  in  Clapton ,  Hackney ££££ 105 Lower Clapton Rd Yard Sale have started to become closely associated with pubs close to their five locations, and their UFO-sized 19-inch pizzas should become closely associated with your face. Chuck your postcode into their shop locator to see if they deliver to you. For your sake, we hope they do. Trattoria N16. ££££ Italian  in  Highbury ££££ 44-45 Newington Green The pizzas from Trattoria N16 are charred and doughy, which is just how we like them, and you probably will too. This Newington Green spot has a pretty good selection - the salsiccia friarielli with fennel sausage and broccoli is a favourite - and you can order a bottle of natural wine if you fancy it too. Passo. ££££ Italian  in  Shoreditch ££££ 80 City Rd Live near Old Street? You can now get clay-oven pizzas delivered from Passo, as well as Make Your Own Pizza Kits in case you want to feel, you know, like you made it yourself. Whether you choose a pizza or a kit, it’s hard to go wrong with some burrata, and a bottled negroni on the side. You can order here. Sodo Pizza Cafe - Clapton. ££££ Pizza  in  Clapton ,  Hackney ££££ 126 Upper Clapton Rd We’ve said before that the sourdough pizza from Sodo is consistently up there with the best in London. And now that we’ve made our own “pizza” at home. We mean it more than ever. Thankfully they’re alternating open days between their Walthamstow and Clapton branches. Order here or check their Instagram for opening and collection details. WEST. Santa Maria Pizzeria. ££££ 15 St Mary's Rd Santa Maria is a west London stalwart and, thankfully, they’re still delivering from their Ealing and Chelsea locations. Their pizza is both crispy and soft, saucy and all over your face, and the buffalo mozzarella is as creamy as you can get delivered. Zia Lucia. ££££ 61 Blythe Rd Much like our exes and pre-isolation dreams, there are Zia Lucias scattered across London. Their Hammersmith branch is delivering across west London and they’re serving a short and sweet menu of Grade A proper pizza using their 48-hour, slow-risen dough. Tokyo Pizza. ££££ Pizza  in  Maida Vale ££££ 47 Maida Vale When pizza has become your primary food group, it can be pretty nice to switch it up. Tokyo Pizza in Maida Vale do creative takes on your classic pizzas, including a wagyu beef short rib number that’s covered in spicy mayo and yaki niku liquor. Expect plenty of kimchi, sweet soy truffle glaze, Japanese salads, and cold sake. Saporitalia. ££££ Pizza ,  Italian  in  Notting Hill ££££ 222 Portobello Rd If we were going to describe Notting Hill’s Saporitalia in one word, we’d say old school. Okay, technically that’s two words, but the point is that this classic, lowkey spot is serving some very decent pizza. You’ll find all of the classic pizza combinations on their long menu, as well as wine, pasta dishes, and of course, a tiramisu. Arancina. ££££ 19 Pembridge Rd Look, we’re going to tell you about Arancina’s pizzas in a hot second, but let’s just kick this off by telling you that this Notting Hill spot do a nutella pizza ring. We repeat, a nutella pizza ring. Anyway, back to the pizzas - they deliver paletta style, long, rectangular pizza that are perfect for sharing. Or you know, destroying in one blissful sitting. Made in Italy. ££££ 249 King's Rd This family run Italian restaurant is delivering its delicious pizzas around Chelsea and Clapham. You can order ready-to-eat pizza or DIY pizza kits which include a bottle of wine. We’d also order the Nutella pizza for dessert because... do we really have to explain why? CENTRAL. L’antica Pizzeria Da Michele. ££££ 199 Baker St This Baker Street spot is the sibling to one of Naples’ best pizzerias. Basically, if you think about it for long enough, ordering from here is almost like you’re travelling. Kind of. Anyway, although their pizzas are more expensive than most, it’s worth it if you’ve got a serious craving for the Neapolitan variety. They’re also delivering their charcuterie, arancino, and plenty more classic Italian starters. Napoli Gang. ££££ Italian  in  Bethnal Green ,  Fitzrovia ,  Kentish Town ,  Shoreditch ,  Wandsworth ££££ If there’s one thing that can make us believe in a higher power, it’s the same people behind Circolo Popolare and Gloria opening a delivery service. Yes, that means you can order that truffle pizza that brought happy tears to your eyes, as well as their special XXL lemon pie and tiramisu. Find out if you’re in their Fitzrovia delivery zone here. Ecco Pizza. ££££ 186 Drury Lane Over on Drury Lane, Ecco are a casual Italian spot delivering pizza favourites like a four cheese, a big pepperoni number, and one called ‘spicy’ that involves Spanish chorizo and jalapenos. Most of their pizzas are around the £11 mark, but for an extra couple of pounds you can upgrade to one of their bigger, speciality pizzas. Santa Maria. ££££ Pizza ,  Italian  in  Fitzrovia ££££ 160 New Cavendish St Santa Maria is a west London stalwart and, thankfully, they’re still delivering from their Fitzrovia location. Their pizza is both crispy and soft, saucy and all over your face, and the buffalo mozzarella is as creamy as you can get delivered. Fare Bar and Canteen. ££££ Pizza ,  Modern European  in  Clerkenwell ,  Farringdon ££££ 11 Old Street If you’re around Old Street or Clerkenwell, Fare Bar And Canteen is delivering tasty pizzas, as well as a small selection of groceries, wines, beers, and 750ml bottles of pre-mixed cocktails that you’re definitely going to want to get involved in. Keep in mind that they fire up the pizza ovens at 5pm every evening. Homeslice. ££££ If you like thin-crust pizzas the size of Kanye West’s ego, then you’re going to love Homeslice. 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TitleThe 15 Best Places for Thin Crust Pizza in London
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BodyThe 15 Best Places for Thin Crust Pizza in LondonCreated by Foursquare Lists • Published On: December 23, 2021ShareTweet1. Pizza Union9.0246-250 Pentonville Rd (Kings Cross Rd), London, Greater LondonPizza Place · Caledonian · 93 tips and reviewsCaro Zucca: Great thin crust pizzas,really quick served and a super nice building. 5 minutes by feet from the St Pancras station.Jamie Edwards: Great value pizza, very cheap, fast counter service. Thin crust style. Much prefer Franco Manca, and similar price point.Constance | @croostifoodi: Modern and chill venue, great thin crust pizzas, fast service, cheap prices.2. Homeslice9.113 Neal's Yard (Prince of Wales Road), London, Greater LondonPizza Place · Holborn and Covent Garden · 392 tips and reviewsWandering Bailey: Pizzas are huge but with a sexy thin crust. They'll do no cheese / vegan, etc if you ask. Really crowded but it's part of the vibe. Put your name down and they'll call/text you when your tables ready.Michael Hadwin: Awesome thin crust pizza with eclectic toppings. Mushroom, Ricotta and Pumpkin Seeds was amazing. Simple wine and beer options and retro music!Mallie T: Incredibly delicious thin crust pizza. Wish I could eat here every night!3. Pizza Union8.825 Sandy's Row (Frying Pan Alley), Spitalfields, Greater LondonPizza Place · 109 tips and reviewsMartin Sadový: Good thin pizza, £3.90 - 6.50Daren Williams: Tasty and cheap thin crust pizza. Rossa (spicy nduja & pancetta) was great, Carne also very tasty, Garlic was too cheesy. Self-service seating and plenty of it, though noisy.Andrew Kittredge: Amazing thin crust pizza great price and super quick !4. Vicolo Romano8.7420 Roman Rd, London, Greater LondonPizza Place · Bow West · 10 tips and reviewsDaren Williams: Thin crust pizza, good base, toppings are adventurous and good quality.Jessica: Such a great little pizza place. Awesome toppings and amazing tasting base!Lily Natalsky: Pizzas are genuinely fresh and full of vibrant flavors. Customer service needs to be improved but it is still a gem in the area. Truffle olive oil pizza on the top ❤️5. Natura Cafe & Pizzeria8.330 Felstead St (Gainsborough St), Wick, Greater LondonItalian Restaurant · Hackney Wick · 20 tips and reviewsOllie Cartwright: Crisp thin crust pizza. Very friendly staff and Good value lunch menu as well!Daren Williams: Pretty good thin crust pizza, great serviceSamI DaouD: Great pizza and pasta, the lunch menu is for 6.75 from 11-5 and is worth every penny6. The Three Johns8.973 White Lion St, London, Greater LondonPub · Barnsbury · 41 tips and reviewsChase: Delicious thin crust pizza.... Definitely possible to finish one on your own. Chorizo pizza was my favorite. Beer selection is very extensive as well. Friendly staff, beautiful red brick wallsNelson Correia: Really good vibe with good music, loads of space and lots of different good beers to choose from.Andy Hawkes: Fantastic craft beer,delicious pizzas, and a cavernously huge bar space - result!7. Zaza7.999 Stoke Newington High St., Hackney, Greater LondonPizza Place · 8 tips and reviewsAlejandro Lopez: Great value for a tasty thin crust pizza in the heart of StokeyAndrew: Fantastic pizza restaurant on Stokey High St. Food is really great - tasty and value for money. Don't bother with Pizza Express when you can support this local place...James Brown: Lovely pizza- great value !8. The Honest Italian8.013 Station Parade (Balham High Road), Balham, Greater LondonItalian Restaurant · 11 tips and reviewsRalph Mallett: Thin pizzas from the wood fired oven and delicious anti pastiPeter Harrison: Fantastic pizzas. Lovely desertsStephoune B: Really good pizza!9. L'Antica Pizzeria9.266 Heath Street, London, Greater LondonPizza Place · Hampstead Town · 47 tips and reviewsPete Harmer: Fantastic thin crust, wood-fired pizzas. Good selection of Italian beer too.Ruth Szotten: Their pizza is fantastic - tasty, thin base, good toppingsJade Tokarczyk: Pizza bases are pretty amazing. America Vespucci is delicious but need the chilli oil to finish off the crust. Believe the waitress when she says the Tiramisu is "incroyable". Well it's good anyways.10. Spaghetti House8.112 Woodstock St, London, Greater LondonItalian Restaurant · Mayfair · 35 tips and reviewsNaomi Mhatre: Thin crust pizzas are delicious..Average ambience..good service.Naomi Mhatre: Delicious thin crust pizza! Always end up having a meal here!Oscar Mager: Spaghetti House has never disappointed. Good Italian food, restaurant frequented by local Italians. Great pizza and fantastic pasta dishes!11. Pizza Pilgrims7.6136 Shoreditch High St, London, Greater LondonPizza Place · Shoreditch · 19 tips and reviewsEmily-jane: Quick friendly service. Fresh, thin pizzas with great topping selections. Just the right size for one person. Dog friendly too!Niels Kristian Christensen: Overly cheesyClaudio Carnino: Very good pizza12. Homeslice8.952 Wells St, London, Greater LondonPizza Place · West End · 86 tips and reviewsGabriella Rothenberg: Probably the best pizza I have had in London - and I do not say that lightly. The thin crust is amazing. Ingredients are fresh. Veggie options are delish.Nora K: The Pizza is huge! Different tasty toppings, I tried half margarita half arugula, caramelized onions and Parmesan and it was delicious.Justine G: Chorizo, corn, coriander + BBQ braised brisket, pickles = match made in heaven13. Neal's Yard9.1Neal's Yard (Shorts Garden), London, Greater LondonPedestrian Plaza · Holborn and Covent Garden · 93 tips and reviewsJ: Really great little square with lots of quick healthy lunch options, an incredible thin crust pizza place, and lots of great shops. Definitely a great place to visit if in central London/covent gardenChris Phillips: Lovely little courtyard off the main drag. Great atmosphere, good place to sit and enjoy a meal in summer.Richard Gregory: Recommended: I love it here! It reminds me of a mundane muggle version of the secret wizard mall 'Diagon Alley' in the Harry Potter series. Be sure to check out 'Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes'. *chuckles* Read more.14. Pizza Pilgrims8.311-12 Dean St (at Carlisle St), Soho, Greater LondonPizza Place · 177 tips and reviewsBarChick: There’s prosecco on tap, Campari Negronis all traditional Italiano (olive included) and some of the most delicious thin crust pizzas in town. http://barchick.com/find-a-bar/london/pizza-pilgrimsGiuseppe Basile: The original Pizza from Napoli in the heart of SohoEleni Sardi: Awesome pizza, very cosy place, great service and the most amazing dessert with ricotta and Nutella. 👍15. Franco Manca8.498 Tottenham Court Rd, London, Greater LondonPizza Place · Fitzrovia · 117 tips and reviewsWilliam Hou: Excellent and good value stone baked thin pizzasOJ Brat: Obligatory stop whenever I'm in London craving a pizza pie. Beautiful sour dough pizza, great ambience and nice local beers. Make sure you pay Franco Manca a visit.Milky: Authentic italian sourdough pizza with generous toppings! 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H2My top 10 pizzas in London list reflects a global renaissance in the appreciation of Neapolitan pizza. The difference this time is that the feeling is genuine
Naples shared its love for pizza and dry pasta with the world many years ago but something got lost in translation. Rather than eat pasta al dente and pizza soft, in the Neapolitan way, foreigners learned to do the opposite. Non-Italians at last discovered the pleasures of al dente pasta in the late 20th Century. But only recently have hard-core devotees in the pizza diaspora acquired a soft spot for pizza with a pliable crust
In regulations set by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana a pizza must be soft, easy to manipulate, bendy
10. Franco Manca
9. Ruben’s Bakehouse Refettorio
8. Addommè
7. Pizza Metro Pizza
6. Santoré
5. Sacro Cuore
4. Saporitalia
3. Bravi Ragazzi
2. Santa Maria Pizzeria
1. L’Antica Pizzeria
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H2WithAnchorsMy top 10 pizzas in London list reflects a global renaissance in the appreciation of Neapolitan pizza. The difference this time is that the feeling is genuine
Naples shared its love for pizza and dry pasta with the world many years ago but something got lost in translation. Rather than eat pasta al dente and pizza soft, in the Neapolitan way, foreigners learned to do the opposite. Non-Italians at last discovered the pleasures of al dente pasta in the late 20th Century. But only recently have hard-core devotees in the pizza diaspora acquired a soft spot for pizza with a pliable crust
In regulations set by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana a pizza must be soft, easy to manipulate, bendy
10. Franco Manca
9. Ruben’s Bakehouse Refettorio
8. Addommè
7. Pizza Metro Pizza
6. Santoré
5. Sacro Cuore
4. Saporitalia
3. Bravi Ragazzi
2. Santa Maria Pizzeria
1. L’Antica Pizzeria
Another Da Michele Pizzeria in London, Another Queue
This is not any in-flight drinks menu
Meet the Pizzas: 2019 London Pizza Festival
BRING YOUNG & FOODISH HOME
Welcome to the Young & Foodish community
BodyTop 10 pizzas in London [slider_pro id=”19″]   My top 10 pizzas in London list reflects a global renaissance in the appreciation of Neapolitan pizza. The difference this time is that the feeling is genuine. Naples shared its love for pizza and dry pasta with the world many years ago but something got lost in translation. Rather than eat pasta al dente and pizza soft, in the Neapolitan way, foreigners learned to do the opposite. Non-Italians at last discovered the pleasures of al dente pasta in the late 20th Century. But only recently have hard-core devotees in the pizza diaspora acquired a soft spot for pizza with a pliable crust. In regulations set by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana a pizza must be soft, easy to manipulate, bendy. New followers of the Neapolitan pizza fold have been setting up pizzerias in New York and Tokyo, San Francisco and Sydney, LA and London. Their pizzas are not literally made in Naples, but most are baked in Neapolitan wood-fried brick pizza ovens. When true to its roots the pizza’s puffed cornicione (rim) is airy, dry and cooked through, not bready and gummy. For the sake of comparison I’ve limited my consideration of London pizzas to the classic Margherita. If you have to judge pizza on a single variety it has to be the elemental tricolour of green, white and red – basil, mozzarella and tomato. The omission of more elaborate, less familiar pizza varieties has had two distinct drawbacks: First, some pizzerias made the cut even though not all of the toppings on all of their pizzas are of the highest quality. Secondly, this list passes over a good number of praiseworthy pizzas, from the lardo, egg and spinach pizza at Lardo to the Nduja pizza at Pizza Pilgrims to the Charlie Jones pizza at Story Deli to the rotated specials at Home Slice Pizza. Slow food is a good thing, especially when it comes to pizza dough. The best are prepared with the smallest amount of yeast and therefore require fermentation lasting 24 hours or longer. What I cannot tolerate is slow eating of pizza. It must be consumed hot. Top 10 Pizzas in London 10. Franco Manca. Upon arriving for the first time at the original Franco Manca I was so excited I asked a waitress to pinch me. She said I would have to queue like everyone else. Happily the pizzeria beneath the Brixton Market arcades and its then sub-£5 (now £5.90) Margherita were no dream.  I soon discovered if there was any reality pinching to be done it should be of the fluffy, chewy, char-spotted cornicione that frames its pliable crust. Conscientious sourcing is central to the story line created by Giuseppe Mascoli but he overreached in choosing a mozzarella blend from a Somerset producer. The British cheese solidifies in fast-drying patches over the Margherita, marring the interplay with what has become an absurdly thin layer of tomato spread over the sourdough platform. The concern with Franco Manco’s expansion is that not every new pizzaiolo at every new location will be up to the challenge inherent in slow fermentation and fast cooking.  Even so, Franco Manco’s rapid growth must be viewed as a plus, bringing good pizza at a good price closer to more and more Londoners. Franco Manca Brixton, Unit 4, Market Row, Brixton, S9 – 020 7738 3021 Franco Manca Chiswick, 144 Chiswick High Street, Chiswick, W4 – 020 8747 4822 Franco Manco Stratford, Westfield Stratford, E20 – 020 8522 6669 Franco Manca Northcote, 16 Northcote Rd, Battersea, SW11 – 020 7924 3110 Franco Manca Tottenham Court, 98 Tottenham Court Rd, Fitzrovia, W1T – 020 7580 1913 Franco Manca Balham, 53 Bedford Hill, Balham, SW12 – 020 8772 0489 Franco Manca Southfields, 277 Wimbledon Park Road, SW11 – 020 8780 1048 Franco Manca Broadway Market, 52 Broadway Market, Hackney, E8 – 020 7254 7249 9. Ruben’s Bakehouse Refettorio. In Twickenham Monday and Tuesday are the loneliest nights of the week. That’s when Refettorio, the pizzeria-restaurant connected to Ruben’s bread bakery, is closed. The idea is to give both the sourdough and Daniele the pizzaiolo sufficient time to rest. Daniele is from Puglia and owner Igor Occhiali (his son’s name is Ruben) is from Tuscany, which may explain why the crust is crisper than any Neapolitan would allow. The sourdough base is much stiffer than Franco Manca’s but happily there is nothing cardboardy about a sourdough base that’s thin as a debit card in the middle yet bubbly and charred in all the right places. The fior di latte (cow’s milk mozzarella) is superbly oozy, drippy and stringy and, in a single word, dangerous. 52 Heath Road, Twickenham, TW1, 020 8892 9513 8. Addommè. I can’t imagine what circumstances led Nadia Leonetti and Stefano Casanova of Addommè to leave the glamourous island of Capri to set up shop in Streatham. But if I were the official in charge of bringing tourism to that South London district I’d put their pictures at the top my home page, together with a photo of their Margherita, if only to show more famous pizzerias in posh London districts how fresh, hand-cut fior di latte should behave atop a pizza. Forget the polkadot aesthetic: On this pizza canvas the white and red elements flow freely into one another to form a pink surface. Naples native Peppe Silvestro is a gifted pizzaiollo: His pizzas are blackened and blistered yet the mozza stays pure white and the crispness is just enough to make a noise when you break into it. Reasonable people may disagree about which Streatham pizzeria is superior, Addommè or Bravi Ragazzi. If I were the official in charge Streatham tourism I’d organise comparison tastings. 17-21 Sternhold Ave, Streatham Hill, SW2, 020 8678 8496 7. Pizza Metro Pizza. The first edition of Gambero Rosso guide to the pizzerias of Italy included seven foreign addresses: two in Paris, two in New York and three in Battersea. A single area of South London merited more pages than all of Venice or Trieste. Sadly, one of those eateries, A Fenestella, has closed, leaving locals to choose between two authentic Neapolitans: the admirable if inconsistent Donna Margherita and the outstanding Pizza Metro. Every millimetre of Pizza Metro’s wall space is covered with Naples-themed movie posters, murals and kitsch when all you really want to see is a pizzaiolo pull his puffy-rimmed, lightly charred, gently crisp, metre-long pizzas from the wood oven. The trouble with long pizzas, however, is they’re nearly impossible to rotate in the oven for even cooking. One end might be a little dark and charred; the other, pale and underbaked. I prefer the round ones. Pizza Metro Battersea, 64 Battersea Rise, Battersea, SW11 – 020 7228 3812 Pizza Metro Notting Hill, 147-149 Notting Hill Gate, 020 7727 8827 6. Santoré. Forget Tower Bridge and Trafalgar Square: The essential London attraction for Southern Italian tourists was Spaccanapoli in Soho, probably because its pizza’s puffy, chewy, smoky-flavoured cornicione was so similar to what they can get at home. When that great pizzeria was evicted by the Crossrail construction project its owner, Mimmo Savarese, sent his most loyal customers as well as Nicola, his best pizzaiolo, to Santoré, Spacccanapoli’s sibling restaurant in Clerkenwell. Nicola’s Margherita is eminently foldable, its toppings reliably juicy in the best possible way. 59-61 Exmouth Market, Clerkenwell, EC1 – 020 7812 1488 5. Sacro Cuore. A mural of Naples, its cartoon monochrome an amusing departure from the kitschy landscapes of pizzerias past, may reveal Sacro Cuore’s origins. But you discover its the Margherita pizza that points you in the direction of Naples with greater speed and accuracy than the most advanced GPS navigation. The tomato sauce and fior di latte float over a wonderfully light, elastic, charred crust. Bend a triangular slice and the loose toppings will collect in the middle and, upon first bite, shoot flavours throughout your mouth. Sacro Cuore is the proud sibling of Santa Maria and lacks only the consistency of the mother ship. 45 Chamberlayne Rd, London NW10 3NB (see map), 020 8960 8558 4. Saporitalia. If you want to understand my desire for a molten mozzarella hurry to Saporitalia and see how the islets of fior di latte melt into one another, keeping soft and fluid even minutes after the pizza has been pulled from the wood-fired oven. Lift the pizza up from one end and the cheese slowly slides to the other, loyal to its substratum of rich plum tomatoes but not stuck to it. If I speak of this Margherita less as an inanimate object than a living thing that’s because it is. Pizzaiolo Ciro Sinese’s is crust is softer than most pizzas yet on the crisp side for a true Neapolitan. Its sure break in the mouth is a special chew sensation. 22 Portobello Road, London W11 1LJ (see map), 020 7243 3257 3. Bravi Ragazzi. The crust of a Bravi Ragazzi Margherita can be so light it’s a wonder it doesn’t collapse under the pressure of their moist toppings. But weightlessness in a Neapolitan-style pizza is a reflection of strength, from the way the dough is formed and rested to the manner it which it is stretched. By this measure Michele, the top Bravi Ragazzi pizzaiolo, is one powerful dude. The pizza is hardly flawless, but rustic imperfection is one of its charms. The dark spots and air pockets have an old-world authentic about them. The fior di latte goes into the wood-crackling oven as a solid and exits as a liquid.  If you want to know where Neapolitan pizza is headed head to Bravi Ragazzi. 2A Sunnyhill Road, Streathham, SW16 – 020 8769 4966 2. Santa Maria Pizzeria. The January 2015 facelift of Santa Maria featured new lighting fixtures, a new kitchen, a new Carrera marble counter and, most crucially, a new pizza oven hand-built by a Neapolitan craftsman with biscotto di Sorrento clay bricks and finished with black matte mosaic. But one thing has not changed: You can still see the reflection of the divine in the Margherita’s shimmering pools of milky, oozy and, yes, salty fior di latte floating over its surface.  This pizza, like its demanding co-owners Pasquale Chionchio and Angelo Ambrosio, is Neapolitan to the core, its soft, delicate yet resilient crust holding up to pressure, from the beautiful tomato sauce as well as your eager fingers. 15 St Mary’s Road, London W5 5RA (see map), 020 8579 1462 1. L’Antica Pizzeria. I salted my Margherita with tears when I heard Antonio, L’Antica’s star pizzaiolo, would be leaving the Hampstead pizzeria and moving to Tenerife. The response of the co-owners, Luca de Vita and Alessandro Betti, was more productive. They nurtured a replacement with ambitions as great as his hands, Giacomo Guido, and slowly – very slowly – improved their dough through longer fermentation at ambient temperature. The result has been an incredibly light dough, as is the fashion in Naples.  It’s as if Giacomo had inflated his cornicione with helium and not air. The only thing keeping the weightless Margherita from levitating above the table are its layers of tomato sauce and dreamy fior di latte, which Giacomo now cuts by hand. Now, if Antonio tried to return to Britain and reclaim his place at what is now London’s best pizzeria I would advise UK Visas and Immigration to stop him at the border and, if necessary, revoke his passport. 6 Heath Street, Hampstead, NW3 (see map) – 020 7431 8516   msmarmitelover on May 20, 2009 at 4:30 pm wow. Now that’s what I call research. Reply Gourmande on May 21, 2009 at 5:47 pm Excellent guide to capital pizza. Have plotted these on my map for my next pizza crawl… Reply The Ginger Gourmand on August 31, 2009 at 7:10 pm Good research! There’s nothing worse than a bad pizza… Have you tried the pizzas at The Gowlett in Peckham? Lovely crispy base. What’s not to like about pizza and good beer in a local pub?! Reply Dan on August 31, 2009 at 7:37 pm TGC – I’ve not tried the pizza at The Gowlett and hope you’ll forgive that oversight. I love the pizza-and-ale experience when and only when the pub pizza is good on its own (Margherita), with no extras to cover up its shortcomings. Does The Gowlett use a gas-fired stone pizza oven like the one at The Lauriston or a wood-fired one like at The Oak? Reply Marty on November 21, 2009 at 10:58 pm Franco Manca is said to be the worst kept secret in Brixton but try to walk few steps further into the market and discover their less known product sourdough cafone bread sold in nearby cafe. You won’t regret. Reply raul on November 22, 2009 at 2:56 pm Which are the two addresses in Paris for pizza according to the Gambero Rosso guide? Reply Little Miss Random on April 22, 2010 at 8:48 am Just read Time Out’s feature on the best pizzas in London. Wondered what you thought of it. Have you tried their winner – Santa Maria in Ealing? Reply Luisa on July 23, 2010 at 10:37 pm Il Mirto, East Dulwich – best pizza I’ve ever eaten (I’m Italiam) Reply michael on August 23, 2010 at 1:25 am i must say you should try the pizza in camden. at CHICCOS great pizza..? Reply Phill on October 19, 2010 at 12:03 pm pizzas at pappagone in finsbury are truly awful just caked in cheese with no real flavour Reply Johnathan Sparrow on October 27, 2010 at 10:04 am Had a very unusual and fantastic smoked mackerel pizza at Rocket the other day. They come up with unusual concoctions but they are always pretty good. Reply jonny on January 11, 2011 at 5:51 pm the above is merely a list of pizza places that should have been named, like Spacca Naplo, Made in Italy, Trattoria Sapori in newington green and others, I mean you have Pizza East on the list and thats more like American New York style not Italian, thats why we have misunderstood the Italian pizza here as we have been influenced by big chains coming from the USA Dominoes, Pizza Hut, all frozen dough balls, and all american. And for reference the best an only flour one should use for the authentic pizza self rising is not the one in your picture thats for sure. come on lets search better and get the facts right before we publicize stuff like this. Pizza Lover Reply Daniel Young on January 11, 2011 at 6:02 pm Jonny – Sadly Spaccanapoli is permanently closed due to construction of the Crossrail Project. Owner Domenico Savarese and Nicola, his best pizzaiollo, can be found at Santore, which is on my list. Reply Julie on March 3, 2011 at 10:14 am I still like the basic Pizza Express marguerita & their club is a good deal too but only cooked in certain of their restaurants. Reply Paul on March 10, 2011 at 9:21 pm Any chance of a top 10 pizzas in Manchester? Reply Daniel Young on March 11, 2011 at 2:01 pm Paul – Unfortunately not be this London-based pizza lover. Reply jonny on April 9, 2011 at 9:29 pm Daniel went to Santore and you are right, great pizza. I also went recently to Trattoria Sapori in newington green and they do great ones as well, have you been? My next one is to go to Franco Manca Reply Iain Chambers on May 17, 2011 at 2:10 pm Hello there Would be interested in a bit more info on the tomato sauce used in these pizzas. I use Gennaro Contaldo’s ultra-simple uncooked tinned toms plus salt & pepper, and people LOVE my pizzas. Reply thelittleloaf on May 27, 2011 at 8:29 am Just read this post whilst eating a bowl of Bircher Muesli for breakfast, Am now deeply unsatisfied, massively hungry and craving pizza for elevenses… Great post – although I’ve had mixed results eating pizza at Rossopomodoro I guess it could depend on the brand – will definitely have to try the few I’ve not yet been too! Reply Sofia on June 17, 2011 at 1:23 pm Love you top 10s! Have you tried donna margarita in battersea. Absolutely stunning! Tried it for the first time a couple of months ago even though its existed for aaaages and was VERY impressed. Reply Daniel Young on June 17, 2011 at 1:43 pm Sofia – I’ve tried and liked the pizza at Donna Margheria. Despite the name I actually preferred its salsiccia e friarielli to the slightly dry and lifeless Margherita pizza. Reply Claire on July 19, 2011 at 5:00 pm Why on earth isn’t Santa Maria in Ealing in this list? Best pizzas in London! Reply Daniel Young on July 21, 2011 at 6:40 am Claire – I’ve visited Santa Maria only once and while impressed one of the two pizzas I tried was not cooked and both were pale. Based on recommendations, including yours, I realise must return soon to see was a recurrent concern or a one-off aberration. Reply jasoncroot on October 24, 2011 at 12:10 pm I went to Trattoria Sapori, they are located on newington green, now I have never been here before but an Italian friend told me about this place, and he was right, they make their dough up to 30 hours before preparing them to eat, they use frior di latte that arrives from salerno in italy twice a week, their toppings are fresh from their deli area. check it out. Reply Daniel Young on October 24, 2011 at 1:30 pm Jason – I have tried the pizza at Trattoria Sapori and did not find it to be exceptional. For truly great pizza in Stoke Newington I would recommend Datte Foco. Reply Poke on November 3, 2011 at 6:18 pm Hey Daniel, Have you tried Homeslice yet? Their toppings are incredibly good and the base is a satisfying mixture of Roman and Neopolitan styles. Definitely recommended if you havn’t been able to catch them yet. Reply Daniel Young on November 3, 2011 at 6:32 pm Thanks for reco, Poke. Must try it. Reply Duncan on January 8, 2012 at 4:39 pm Whilst you are having other recommendations (sporadically at least), how about The Libertine in Borough? As a non-expert, it has been the only place to beat Rosso Pomodoro for me (although I haven’t been to any of the other nine on your list). I particularly like their Funghi, mainly for the truffle-y smell. Reply Ed on January 18, 2012 at 1:47 pm Two notable omissions here Dan! If you haven’t been to either you must. Firstly: Al Volo. Great pizza. Great pasta too – Ely’s Yard in the Old Truman Brewery, E1 Secondly: Due Sardi (a take away but have a restaurant now open immediately next door – Amici Miei – haven’t been but hear it’s exactly the same) – Both on the Kingsland Road, E2 Both Italian owned and run with Italians in the kitchen. Cook pizza the way it should be cooked… have to go to Naples to find it done better. Pizza East – disappointing for me. And far too cool for school too! Reply Daniel Young on January 24, 2012 at 2:51 pm Ed – I had Al Volo on the top 10 list at first. I rate their pizza as good but unremarkable. Reply Mike on January 21, 2012 at 7:32 pm Thanks for the list, as someone who has travelled to Naples just for a pie, its nice to see some good ratings. Have used it as a bit of a to do list for pizza in London. Been to many of the above, the oak didn’t wow me but the only one I don’t agree with is Story Deli as I wouldn’t consider it Pizza, more a bread and topping creation. What I would like to see is a seperate list of good slices, which are even harder to find in London. Only two I’ve had that I’d go back for are Arancia in Notting Hill and Princi on Wardour St. (only the margarita or salami when they are seconds out of the oven). Any favourites for slices? Reply Daniel Young on January 24, 2012 at 2:50 pm Mike – Tough to compile a long list of great slices in London. My favourite is Datte Foco in Stoke Newington. Reply pizza battersea on April 20, 2012 at 7:38 am Pizza is not really bad for you because it has grain,cheese and tomato sauce. these are normal healthy things but depends what kind of pizza it is. Reply Sean Hamilton on April 24, 2012 at 1:57 pm There’s no way Datte Foco should be on the list at all. Have you guys actually eaten there?! All sounds good on paper. Yes the guy has a bit of Italian biography (supposedly). Yes the decor is cool. But they reheat slices of large pre-baked pizza slabs to order in a table top oven. No better than those awful tourist places in Camden and the West End. By the time the slices have been twice-cooked the crust is incredibly hard and chewy. My jaw was aching so much after a single slice I had to stop eating. Il Bacio, the long-standing Italian restaurant opposite, does much better pizza to eat in and take away – as does their sister smaller place Il Bacio Express down the road. Also, there’s nothing Roman about their pizza in Datte Foco. The style in Rome is for very thin crispy pizza which shatters in the mouth. These have heavy doughy bases. Reply Daniel Young on April 25, 2012 at 8:18 am Sean – Thanks for sharing your thoughts on Datte Foco and Il Bacio. I am sorry you didn’t like Datte Foco as much as I did. Your comment failed to make a distinction for Roman-style pizza al taglio. The Datte Foco prepares a very good and genuine interpretation of pizza al taglio. It is baked in rectangular trays, as it is in Rome, not in the round, thin-crusted format with which you a familiar. Reply Sean Hamilton on April 25, 2012 at 3:53 pm Ah, fair enough on the distinction. Such a shame though mine was reheated not fresh. Any idea where I CAN find the crispy round pizzas I love so much?! Ideally in north/east London? I dream of them. I am looking forward to trying some of your other top ten. Have thoroughly enjoyed visits to Pizza East but none of the others. Reply holster on May 9, 2012 at 12:26 pm Hi Daniel, if your list ever needs updating I think you need to pay Soho Joes on Dean Street a visit – bargain, tasty and lit by candle light (the informal restaurant, not the pizza!) H Reply Anna on June 3, 2012 at 9:19 pm I have tried a few of the places mentioned on the top 10 list and would ten to agree with rating and commentary. The one which didn’t make the cut which is our favourite is Due Sardi on kingsland road. It is a take away only place but the owners have recently opened a restaurant next door which has a different name and which shares the same wood fire oven. I thought it is a definite contestant for the top 10 pizzerias in London, which is in fact backed up by a couple of Italian friends of mine. Reply FattyBoomBoomChelseaBoy on June 13, 2012 at 5:32 pm Tried them all and agree pizza metro is very good. As a regular(ish) vistor to Naples, your readers might be interested to hear a recommendation from the city of pizza. Having eaten out in a fair few pizza resturants in the city, I wholly recommend: http://www.ciroamergellina.it/ to your readers for a true Naples pizza. How does it compare to Pizza Metro? .. well that would be spoiling the surprise…. Reply Dan on June 14, 2012 at 10:52 am You should put Fabrizios in highgate on the list, best pizza I have had outside of Italy Reply Daniel Young on June 14, 2012 at 10:57 am Dan – I’ve had the pleasure of trying the pizza at Fabrizio on Highgate Hill. It was good but not, in my view, a top tenner. Reply Lee-Ann on June 21, 2012 at 11:59 am In terms of Roman-style pizza, Maletti in Soho does it better than Datte Focco. It’s one of the few places that I’ll bother queuing 20 minutes in the rain for. Reply Daniel Young on June 21, 2012 at 12:06 pm Lee-Ann – I’m sure many agree with you but I am not one of them. The quality of ingredients at Maletti is far inferior. Reply [email protected] on June 21, 2012 at 9:57 pm Thank you so much. I love good pizza and this post will be so useful to me when pizza eating in town. I do dream about a wood fired pizza oven in my garden because I make a great dough but my oven can’t blast the heat high enough. Reply Daniel Young on June 21, 2012 at 11:38 pm Laura – Try cooking your homemade pizza on a Weber-style charcoal grill. The results will astound you. In a good way! Reply olivia pizza on June 22, 2012 at 9:18 am I suggest you to add Olivia Pizza to your list.its too good Reply Daniel Young on June 22, 2012 at 9:32 am You’re not serious, are you, Olivia? Reply @Gastro1 on July 7, 2012 at 9:13 pm Dan I have to disagree about progress if , 8 and 9 make it into your top 10 we are in big trouble. The topings at 8 are especially bad whilst 9 was average at best during it’s first 14 days whilst now poor to awful and there is no way the Mozzarela di Buffala Campana DOP is £the best money can buy 🙂 Reply Daniel Young on July 9, 2012 at 8:20 am Dino – Always delighted to see and read your comments, especially when we disagree. There was nothing average about Pizza East pizza in its first days. If you didn’t much care for its genre, style or format that would be understandable. Many shared that view. But average? Those early pizzas were credible copies of the sourdough pizzas at LA’s Pizzeria Mozza. Their preparation was overseen by Bryant Ng, a veteran of Mozza and one of the best young chefs in the USA. If you give the Pizza East portion of the post a second look you will see I did not describe its mozzarella di bufala as the very best, only as a good example of the best appellation £s can buy. Reply James mcgovern on July 8, 2012 at 6:34 pm The pizza at sartori is utterly tasteless!far better is pizza pilgrims on berwick street.Not a restaurant but shpuld be! Would live to try franco manca. Reply mschappers on July 9, 2012 at 7:07 am Dan I agree with you list but have to report that Datte is on the slippery slope. The last few times I’ve been in their pizza table (only available for those drinking their drinks deal) was full and their take out cabinet limited. Booze may make more money but its not going to keep your reputation – I’m hoping they realise this and revert back! Reply Daniel Young on July 9, 2012 at 8:01 am Sara – Thanks for bringing this distressing development to our – and hopefully Datte Foco’s attention. I learned of its drinks offer at a recent late afternoon visit but was not aware of its extent. Much as it upsets me (and compels me to reconsider its ranking on the list) I can’t say as I blame Datte Foco’s owners for trying so misguided a policy. Surely it came more out of frustration than anything else: If Londoners had supported Datte Foco one quarter to the extent its fine pizza al taglio merited promotional gimmicks of any kind would not have been necessary. Reply Nick on July 9, 2012 at 10:51 am I’d just like to set the record straight about Due Sardi and Amici Miei on Kinglsand Rd – whilst the owners are indeed relatives and located next door to each other, they do not share the same pizza oven and their pizzas are different. Each have their own ovens and each serve different styles and with different toppings. Both are pretty good though. Of the ones I’ve visited on this list, I’d firmly agree with all except two: Story Deli, which for me, serves dry, thin, sparsely topped and unremarkable pizza at absolute rip-off prices, and Pizza East – whose LA-style sourdough pizzas just aren’t to my taste. Meter on the ground floor of what used to be CAMP near Old St roundabout does a good Neapolitan-style marghertita and is well worth checking out, too. I’d also stick up for Pizza Express, because I was pretty much brought up on their pizzas back in the day when there was very little else around other than the truly dreadful likes of Pizza Hut, and I think that, for a chain of their size, quality is usually pretty consistent. Reply Daniel Young on July 9, 2012 at 11:07 am Nick – Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Your arguments against Story Deli and Pizza East and for Pizza Express are the right ones and can’t easily be dismissed. I’ve tried Meter and thought it was pretty good. I’d go back. I loved their pizzelle fritti – pizza doughnuts. Reply AH on July 13, 2012 at 8:20 pm Interesting. We leave right between Santa Maria and the Franco Manca in Chiswick and keep switching allegiances. Of late we’ve favoured Franco Manca due to their consistency. When Santa Maria gets it right, they get it oh so right, but recently we’ve had a few that didn’t quite hit the mark (but being pretty picky admittedly). I think what could be said for both is that the simper pizzas are better, particularly meat-free options. The santa bufalina at Santa Maria (when on a good day) being pick of the bunch. Reply Antonio on July 16, 2012 at 11:09 pm Saporitalia restaurant …. Simply the best!! Reply Michael McHugh on August 8, 2012 at 1:16 pm Chiccos pizza, 42 Camden High Street has been over looked. Fantastic pizza, friendly atmosphere, amazing service, great prices. It deserves to be amongst the best. Please review. M Reply Daniel Young on August 8, 2012 at 1:18 pm Thanks for the tip, Michael. How many of those on the list have you tried? Reply Sarah W on August 15, 2012 at 11:52 pm Santa Maria is one of the best. But want the best in the world, it’s Pizza Bianco on Phoenix, Arizona. He has done the joint venture with Jamie Oliver on Union Jack. Forget that however, his own restaurant in the states is reputed to be the best in the world and, as a pizza freak, I can say it is…..amazing. Also I rate Di Fara in Brooklyn, legendary, both the pizza and the man. Forget Keste and Co Pane. Reply Lorenzo Peri on August 31, 2012 at 12:27 pm Neither of my 2 favourite pizza places are on the list. Please try them. They are better than most and have a great atmosphere. After years I know the owners of both, great people. Soho Joe 22-25 Dean Street Soho London W1D 3RY [email protected] 350 Old Brompton Road Earls Court London SW5 9JU Reply Alexander on October 20, 2012 at 12:08 am Given the distance I would say that you get better food quality and service at the Portobello Pizzaria that Pizza Metro. From my experience the service there is pretty abysmal too. But that’s just my opinion. I think the French make better pizza’s that Italians these days anyway. Reply Chris F on October 30, 2012 at 5:42 pm @Lorenzo – When I lived in Fulham a few years ago I had [email protected] delivered a good few times – I personally found it very greasy/oily. I don’t think it’s been overlooked I think it’s not good enough. Worth adding the kentish town address to pizza east – I wasn’t disappointed when I went there, in fact I loved it. Reply Emma Johansen on October 31, 2012 at 9:54 pm Sodo, Clapton Road should definitely be listed on here. Amazing sour dough pizza Reply xoen on November 12, 2012 at 1:35 pm You *have* to try Pizza Pazza, it’s a new pizzeria and italian restaurant in South Lambeth Road (145 South Lambeth Road, London SW8 1XN), this place is so good (trust an italian!!), the food is high quality, the atmosphere, the service, the owner and everything is really great. Sorry, not everything is great, everything but the prices! Give it a try if you’re looking for a REAL italian restaurant but you don’t want to spend a lot of money 😉 Reply Angela on November 16, 2012 at 2:53 pm Hey – u should also try the new Del Mercato in Borough Market (next to Brew Wharf). Their pizzas were fab! yum yum yum! Reply Lorenzo on November 27, 2012 at 2:57 am I was looking for some articles online and found this very interesting website, If I can give my opinion, Made in Italy still makes the best Pizza in london, I always go in their Kings Road branch and Notting hill from time to time, and I have always had one of the best pizza I eve ever eaten in my life. Reply Luca on December 23, 2012 at 4:08 pm Try this: http://www.viacaracciolopizzeria.co.uk/menu.pdf Only for Pizza Lovers, at 42 Lavender Hill SW11 5RL Reply Bianca La Bufala on March 12, 2013 at 1:38 pm Hello Everyone, we are the the proud supplier of Buffalo Mozzarella and Fior di Latte for 8 out 10 of the above mentioned Pizzerie. Our dedication over the last 5 years has led to an incredible rise in standards of quality regarding mozzarella. We deliver to this pizzerie an incredibly fresh and directly shipped from italy product, twice a week, to make sure you guys eat the pizza as fresh as you were right in the centre of Naples. A big shout to all the incredible pizza chefs in and around London for supporting us… WE LOVE YOU Keep Eating Pizza Andrea & Andrea Bianca La Bufala founders Reply Ian daw on April 7, 2013 at 9:49 am I live in streatham and visit brixton market on a regular occurrence usually for Franco manca I believe there pizzas to be best in the city they take sourcing there ingredients as serious as there pizzas which to me is the most important thing ( I have been a chef for 16years ) and the fact your not in an expensive restaurant but in a market in the cold paying six pounds just sums it all up! I have recently found a place round the corner from me which I have to say is very very close to Franco please check it out Bravi raggazi streatham Reply David on May 14, 2013 at 11:52 pm Daniel, I am presuming you have eaten pizza in Naples and at stalwarts such as Da Michele’s? If so I am a little phased at your choice of no.1. There is no real depth of flavour in the dough at saporitalia. Favour not only comes from the fermentation but the amount of yeast used, the age of the oven and the type of wood. Though Santa Maria/Sacro Curoe can sometimes be a little wet in the middle the dough is flavoursome which will only improve as the oven ages. All the other ingredients they use produce an authentic Neopolitan pizza as good as you will find in most pizzerias anywhere in Naples. Still some great places to eat pizza in London. Keep up the good work! Reply Daniel on May 20, 2013 at 5:45 pm David, Thank you for your comment. As you know some pizzas doughs require no yeast at all, relying instead on long, natural rising. The next time I am at Saporitalia I will pay more attention to the crust and its depth of flavour. You may have a point. Since you seem to know Naples I am surprised to hear you refer to a wet middle as if it were a minor matter. Neapolitans despise pizza that’s not cooked through, as they should. It pains them just to hear about it, much less eat it. Finally, you mention yeast, wood, oven and ingredients but neglect the mano – the hand of the pizzaiolo. Many pizza experts in London make the same omission. Best, Daniel Reply Terence on June 20, 2013 at 4:48 pm Best pizza in London by far is Soda in Clapton Hackney…. Yep you heard right, better than pizza east, great staff, great service, an oasis in what is a pretty run down area, people in the know are packing this little gem out every night…. Reply Rich on July 26, 2013 at 5:09 pm Hi Dan, A fairly new pizza place that has opened is called HOMESLICE in covent garden! The pizza are huge and reasonable! they mix up the topping and flavoring on regular basis and they never fail to disappoint with flavor or originality . I would say that this 100% deserves a spot in the top ten when you update maybe? If you haven’t already go cause its banging! http://www.homeslicepizza.co.uk/ Enjoy amigos! Reply Andrea Sturniolo on September 22, 2013 at 8:33 pm Great list, I’m sure it will help a lot in discovering new favourites! For what I am concerned, Made in Italy on Kings Road is surely in London’s top 10. And I agree with Daniel: Al Volo is good but nothing to write home about. Reply Joe on October 22, 2013 at 10:05 am Visiting Notting Hill from New Haven, CT (look up our pizza credentials) in the US. Been to Italy 9 times and studied there for a year. Also, tried great pizza in NYC, SF bay area, and Minneapolis (yes, there’s excellent Neopolitan & New Haven style pizza there). Read about the London pizza trend & thanks to this list I tried East which is interesting but over priced and mediocre. Saporitalia is worlds better, and love that they serve traditional breaded anchovies, which I only ever found at my girlfriend’s mom’s kitchen! BTW, Otto & Homeslice deserve a visit bc they’re so unique. Reply Daniel on October 23, 2013 at 7:05 am Joe – Great to get a West London pizza perspective from a native of one of the world’s pizza meccas. I’ve been to Otto and Home Slice as well as Frank Pepe’s and Sally’s Apizza. In Notting Hill I would also recommend Pizza Metro. Reply david on October 23, 2013 at 5:13 pm cannot believe you listed sartori in the top ten pizzas. Apart for the fact that its crust is NOTHING like authentic italian pizzas, the veg on top of my vegetarian were just chunks of cubed veg that looked and tasted like it was out of a freezer bag. Place like franco manca put that place to shame. What’s worst is that its run by all Italians, so they should know! Reply Olly Newport on November 10, 2013 at 9:34 pm I’d highly recommend BrewDog Camden’s pizza. It’s divine, neapolitan style base, gooey tasty cheese and – if you want – you can add any additional toppings for no extra cost! Reply Luca on January 22, 2014 at 8:03 pm Try Poco Pizza in West Hampstead. In my humble opinion is one of the best pizzas in town. (and i tried all of them on this list). Source: i’m italian. Reply Gavin on January 26, 2014 at 5:51 pm Check out Pappagone in Finsbury Park. I’ve not personally been but a Neapolitan friend of mine rates it above some of those on your list. Reply Daniel on January 27, 2014 at 9:10 am Gavin – Your Neapolitan friend’s tip is a good one: I’ve been to Pappagone several times and have always enjoyed its pizza. It used to be featured on this list but a few pizzerias I like better have opened since. Reply Yasmin, London on March 7, 2014 at 8:39 am Just to let you know, many things changed in Saporitalia since your last visit, the first and main important thing is that the pizza chef , Valentino, is not there anymore !!! I found out on my last visit and I was very disappointed as pizza is not as good as it used to be!!! Reply Vincenzo on May 23, 2014 at 10:47 am I agree with #1. I haven’t been to #2, must go soon. I believe Sartori are better than their “cousin” Santoré. I also think Addomme (very close to Bravi Ragazzi) deserves a place in your list. I can easily do without Franco Manca, who repeatedly disappointed me. Funny thing, just this morning I tweeted my top 5: https://twitter.com/enzoru/status/469765317305311232 Reply Luca on July 16, 2014 at 10:48 pm Franco manna????? Please the only pizza in London is the one in Santa Maria . Reply NATH on July 17, 2014 at 11:11 am Missed out Voodoo Ray’s Missed out ecco’s Poor list Reply Jamie Heath on July 18, 2014 at 10:28 am No Home Slice??? Hands down the best for me Reply Catherine Blackmore on July 18, 2014 at 12:25 pm L’antica all the time for me! if this is what Naples is really like I want to live there. The pizza’s (especially the truffled up one) and the aperitivo (plus the snacks that come with them) are marvellous – a complete joy; with a walk over the heath being cheaper than even a budget flight too! Top service – top ambience at far from top heavy prices – it’s the best Reply Jeffrey merrihue on July 18, 2014 at 2:48 pm As you have taken Story Deli off the list and no-one complained…life is not worth living any more. Chowzter rated this the tastiest pizza on earth in 2013 and foodies from all over the world have flocked in and raved about. Ok..so it is strange…and expensive. If you can’t afford it, go once and take a picture. It is a pizza of innovative genius and we should all hail Lee who makes each and every one of them. Reply Iris on July 18, 2014 at 3:22 pm Interestingly enough, I find Sacro Cuore to be more consistent than Santa Maria. My very first visit to Santa Maria was very underwhelming, and even though further visits have made me realise how good their pizza is, I still can’t shake that first impression. Sacro Cuore, on the other hand, has never let me down, and the overall dining experience is better (much less cramped floor and much shorter queues than Santa Maria). It’s also not the first time I hear great things about Santoré, which makes me glad to have made plans to visit it in a few weeks. I also feel I need to plan visits to the other places I’m missing out on – as a native Italian, I couldn’t be happier to have found this list! Reply Keith Rickett on July 18, 2014 at 5:12 pm Hi Daniel, Long time no speak! Can I recommend you check out the pizza at Hana Maria on Stroud Green road, Finsbury Park. Kind regards Reply Ben on September 28, 2014 at 7:27 am I’ve been to Santoré a few times and find it good but not exceptional. It’s certainly not a patch on the margherita from Homeslice which is superb (although their combinations of toppings are ridiculous). Have you been there or La Saporita near Finsbury Park, which does very nice thin crust pizzas? Reply Daniel on September 28, 2014 at 9:24 am Ben – I really like Home Slice but not so much their Margherita. I tried it twice this summer and was disappointed on both occasions. The tomato and cheese were dried out and patchy: There were bald spots on the surface of the pizza. I guess we will just have to disagree on this one. Reply Ben on September 28, 2014 at 11:31 am Ah that’s interesting, I had it yesterday and it was probably the best I’ve had in London, the tomato was incredibly sweet and there was excellent coverage of tomato and mozzarella. Maybe I was just very lucky. Did you order a whole pizza or just a slice? The table next to me were ordering slices and they didn’t look nearly as good… Reply Daniel on September 30, 2014 at 8:42 am It’s true, Ben, that I was having slices, not whole pies, and that their whole pies are generally superior, especially in terms of not being dryed out. But I did look around and noticed that the whole pies around me had patchy coverage. Regardless, based on your experience I guess I will have to give them another go. Reply Gurpreet on January 28, 2015 at 6:51 pm Have you tried Sarracino in West Hampstead? I haven’t done a like for like comparison with Margheritas like above, but it’s the consistently best pizza I’ve had in London. Reply Daniel on February 24, 2015 at 1:30 pm Not yet, Gurpreet. I will have to get over there soon. Thanks for the tip. Reply Antonio cerrato on February 24, 2015 at 3:35 pm Thanks!!!!! See you!! Reply Riccardo Paletta on March 12, 2015 at 5:56 pm L’antica pizzeria:the Best pizza made in Italy To London! Reply Richard Dixon on August 2, 2015 at 7:42 pm Pop down to A Casa Mia in Herne Bay in Kent if you want Neapolitan Pizza in the provinces. The only place to have been accredited by the Naples Pizza association – indeed the owner is now the UK rep for said association. And he agrees with your #1 in London when I spoke to him about his London favourites, but rates his higher! I’ve not had a better pizza in London than the one I had at A Casa Mia Reply Nonna T on September 10, 2015 at 2:33 am The title is disingenious. These are the top 10 *neapolitan* pizzas in London. I find the contrived “passion” and conspicuous airs of “authenticity” surrounding the new wave of neapolitan pizza to be exceedingly dull. It is testament to an age where the spirit of sharing, breaking bread, and sense of community takes a back seat to the throne of self-indulgent individualism. Reply Lynch on September 23, 2015 at 8:54 pm Have you tried Saponara in Islington? Tiny place but it’s been run by an Italian family for the last 20 years and serving delicious pizza. Was surprised it wasn’t a tenner – where would you rate it? Reply frederic perhirin on February 9, 2016 at 12:28 pm If you want an authentic Neapolitan pizza, pop down to Donna Margherita in Clapham (Lavender Hill). Run by a passionate owner from Napoli for the past 13 years. Their pizza is unbelievable…………….. Reply Daniel on February 10, 2016 at 7:23 am Good call, Frederic: I’ve been to Donna Margherita twice for pizza and like it both times. Lovely place. But in my view its pizza is not as good as the Neapolitan-style pizzas on this list. The exception might be Franco Manca, which as slipped of late and will soon be replaced. Reply valentino on June 22, 2016 at 12:15 pm Hi Daniel Valentino Ferro ex pizza chef of saporitalia and pizzametropizza would like to invite you to the grand opening of his new pizzeria on sunday 26th june at Sorrento in, 1168 london rd sw16 4dp. Hope to see you there and kind regards. Reply Danielle on July 18, 2016 at 12:25 pm Love the post Daniel. Have you tried Seven Sourdough in Harrow-on-the-hill? It’s a newbie but better than Franca Mancas in my opinion… worth a try Reply Submit a Comment Cancel reply. Related Post Another Da Michele Pizzeria in London, Another Queue. London, pizzaread more This is not any in-flight drinks menu. LondonThe in-flight menu curated by Marks & Spencer for British Airways is packed with exciting beverage options. 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BodyOrder Pizza online for delivery in LondonIf you're craving ordering Pizza delivery online in London, then look no further. With a variety of local restaurants to choose from near you in London, we will get the best takeaway to you in no time.Pizza — enter your address to find options nearby.SearchLog in for your recent addresses.Top rated Pizza takeaways in London. Piccolos. Average Rating - 5.0 Total Number of Ratings - 27 Location - Sutton Average price - ££££ Review - Another great, authentic Italian Pizza delivered. Our favourite pizza delivery. View Piccolos Menu Mozzarella Bar. Average Rating - 5.0 Total Number of Ratings - 5 Location - Fulham Average price - £££ Review - Excellent!!! View Mozzarella Bar Menu Mochi and Smoothie. Average Rating - 4.9 Total Number of Ratings - 13 Location - East Central Average price - £££ Review - Excellent food and service View Mochi and Smoothie Menu PAUL. Average Rating - 4.9 Total Number of Ratings - 50+ Location - East Central Average price - ££ Review - Forgot one of the crisps but the baguettes were on point! Lovely lunch... Ty View PAUL Menu Mio Restaurant Bar. Average Rating - 4.9 Total Number of Ratings - 50+ Location - Victoria, Westminster, Pimlico Average price - £££ Review - Great food View Mio Restaurant Bar Menu Meato . Average Rating - 4.9 Total Number of Ratings - 24 Location - West Central Average price - £££££ Review - Amazing porchetta ! View Meato Menu PAUL. Average Rating - 4.8 Total Number of Ratings - 50+ Location - Mayfair Average price - ££ Review - EVERYTHING !!!!!!!!! View PAUL Menu PAUL. Average Rating - 4.8 Total Number of Ratings - 50+ Location - London Bridge Average price - ££ Review - Great View PAUL Menu Pecora & Mollica - Italian Stuffed Pizza. Average Rating - 4.8 Total Number of Ratings - 24 Location - Dalston Stoke Newington Average price - ££ Review - Delicious! View Pecora & Mollica - Italian Stuffed Pizza Menu Tony & Yoto. Average Rating - 4.8 Total Number of Ratings - 50+ Location - Cheshunt Average price - ££££ Review - Absolutely delicious pizza and great sushi. Very pleasantly surprised by the quality. Really good food! Thank you. View Tony & Yoto Menu Feeling Food Italian . Average Rating - 4.8 Total Number of Ratings - 50+ Location - Peckham Average price - ££ Review - Loved it! View Feeling Food Italian Menu Top rated budget Pizza takeaways in LondonLooking for some dining deals when it comes to ordering Pizza takeaway? Order great quality food without blowing the budget from one of these takeaways in London.Heath Street Bakehouse 4.9 Excellent (34)Nonna Papera  4.9 Excellent (6)DeLites 4.9 Excellent (6)Feeling Food Italian  4.8 Excellent (50+)Hungry Dot 4.8 Excellent (16)Neama 4.8 Excellent (50+)Zeit & Zaatar 4.8 Excellent (50+)Pecora & Mollica - Italian Stuffed Pizza 4.8 Excellent (24)The Village Sandwich Bar 4.8 Excellent (50+)Etnacoffee 4.8 Excellent (50+)Tre Rote 4.7 Excellent (50+)Za'ta 4.7 Excellent (50+)Eastbrook Cafe & Restaurant 4.7 Excellent (50+)Top rated new Pizza takeaways in LondonIf you have an appetite for adventure and want to try out some new Pizza takeaway in London, then consider ordering from one of our newest Pizza additions.Rae's Italian Kitchen 5.0 Excellent (2)The Fat Burger 5.0 Excellent (7)Mochi and Smoothie 4.9 Excellent (13)Piazza Italiana 4.8 Excellent (5)Bella Italia 4.7 Excellent (44)Sweet Spot 4.5 Excellent (8)Bella Italia 4.5 Excellent (9)Caprinos Pizza 4.4 Very good (15)Casa Mia 4.4 Very good (23)Two Peas (Vegan) (Ickenham, UB10 8DG) 4.3 Very good (30)400 Rabbits - Sourdough Pizza: Elephant & Castle 4.2 Very good (50+)Two Peas (Vegan) 4.1 Good (50+)Biryani Hut 4.1 Good (18)Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat are the healthiest Pizza restaurants?For healthy Pizza, look no further than Caravan, Etnacoffee and Keto Street Ltd for some feel good Pizza.Which Pizza restaurants have vegan options?If you’re looking for vegan Pizza, then get some flavoursome vegan-friendly options from Micky Marzano's, Crust Pizza and Pizza Dudes.Which Pizza restaurants have gluten-free options?Want some Pizza delivery but need to make sure there’s not a trace of wheat in sight, choose from a variety of gluten-free options from Caravan, Godo and Keto Street Ltd.What Pizza restaurants are open now?We can deliver great Pizza between 12am and 4am.How much is Pizza takeaway?The average price of a Pizza meal in London is £24What is the best Pizza takeaway dish?The most common Pizza dishes include , Margherita and Margherita (V).Check out Pizza take aways in London. Chicken PalaceCottoDaily Petit DejeunerDeLitesExpress Chicken & PizzaFireaway & GrillL’ulivo RestaurantMicky Marzano'sMio Restaurant BarPAUL Prima DonnasThe Fat IndianUnique PizzaHow Deliveroo works. Order your favourite restaurant dishes. Track your food to your door in real time. Eat food, glorious food!Last Updated - 14/07/2021*Top rated means the partners rated most highly by customers
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TitleThese are the best places for an authentic Italian pizza in London
Urlhttps://www.thegentlemansjournal.com/article/these-are-the-best-places-for-an-authentic-italian-pizza-in-london/
DescriptionFrom Peckham Rye to Bethnal Green, we’ve rounded up the best restaurants and takeaways bringing a slice of Italy’s cuisine and culture to London’s streets
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H1These are the best places for an authentic Italian pizza in London
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Santa Maria Pizzeria, Ealing
Four Hundred Rabbits, Elephant & Castle
Sodo Pizza, Bethnal Green
L’Antica Pizzeria, Hampstead
Zia Lucia, Wandsworth, Aldgate East and more
Santoré, Clerkenwell
Firezza, Hoxton
Pizzeria Apollo, Stoke Newington
Made of Dough, Peckham Rye
Franco Manca, Across London
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Santa Maria Pizzeria, Ealing
Four Hundred Rabbits, Elephant & Castle
Sodo Pizza, Bethnal Green
L’Antica Pizzeria, Hampstead
Zia Lucia, Wandsworth, Aldgate East and more
Santoré, Clerkenwell
Firezza, Hoxton
Pizzeria Apollo, Stoke Newington
Made of Dough, Peckham Rye
Franco Manca, Across London
BodyThese are the best places for an authentic Italian pizza in LondonFrom Peckham Rye to Bethnal Green, we’ve rounded up the best restaurants and takeaways bringing a slice of Italy’s cuisine and culture to London’s streetsWords: Jonathan WellsThe crisp crust. The creamy mozzarella. The rich, tart tomato sauce. Is there anything better than a good pizza?Actually, yes, there is. A good Italian pizza. But, unless you’re lucky enough to be jetting off to Europe any time soon, there are few ways to enjoy an authentic Italian pizza in London. Thankfully, we’ve found them and served them up with a drizzle of truffle oil and sprig of basil.Santa Maria Pizzeria, Ealing. Santa Maria di Merino is the patron saint of Vieste, a quaint little town in Puglia. And, fittingly, the Ealing pizzeria that uses the saint as its namesake can be found on St. Mary’s Road. Here, you’ll find Angelo and Pasquale, Neapolitans obsessed about pizza — and who use the same ingredients and cooking methods as they did back home.Make sure you order: The Sant’anna. It’s a crisp base red with tomato sauce, chunks of mozzarella and Cotto ham, artichokes, black olives and a shower of parmesan.Santa Maria Pizzeria, EalingBook nowFour Hundred Rabbits, Elephant & Castle. Though it may not be the first restaurant from Four Hundred Rabbits (it’s actually the fifth), the sleepy Elephant & Castle outpost is the best. Set just off the small Elephant Park, it doesn’t just bring Italian food to London (Negronis are just £4!), but also that inimitable Italian feel. It’s laid-back, molto friendly — and the air sings with the smell of fresh sourdough. Bello!Make sure you order: Several of those exceedingly affordable Negronis. But use them to wash down the ‘Sourdough Garlic Bread with Mozzarella’. It’s £1 more expensive than those bright orange cocktails — but perhaps the best garlic bread we’ve ever tasted. Big words, we know — but this is big flavour food. Four Hundred Rabbits, Elephant & CastleLearn MoreSodo Pizza, Bethnal Green. With a focus on sourdough pizza, natural wine and craft beer, Soda Pizza is as East London as Italian cuisine comes. The eatery uses seasonal, sustainable produce to create authentic pizzas — blessed with great taste and even greater names; the fish-based ‘John Bon Chovy’ is a particular favourite of ours…Make sure you order: The Wicker Man. Almost as fiery as the film, this pizza features spicy pepperoni and Nduja sausage from Cobble Lane, along with scotch bonnet chilli honey — and a welcome dollop of cooling marscapone.Sodo Pizza, Bethnal GreenBook nowL’Antica Pizzeria, Hampstead. In bright and homely Hampstead, L’Antica Pizzeria bring a slice of ‘belle vita’ to London. Following traditional recipes and using classic methods, the menu is a who’s who of Italian history — literally; every pizza on the menu is named after a native, from Dante Alighieri to Sofia Loren.Make sure you order: The Galileo Galilei. A vegetarian option, this boasts every cheese you could ever want; from mozzarella and gorgonzola to fontina, pecorino and parmesan — and a token sprig of basil.L’Antica Pizzeria, HampsteadBook nowZia Lucia, Wandsworth, Aldgate East and more. Earlier this year, Zia Lucia celebrated its 5th birthday. And there’s a lot to celebrate. Run by founders and friends Claudio and Gianluca, the brand will soon have six outlets across London — and works with a unique, lip-smacking four different doughs. From the earthy ‘Wholemeal’ to the evocative ‘Vegetable Charcoal’, this approach epitomises the idea of ‘building something good from the ground up’.Make sure you order: As well as one of the fabulous pizzas (we’d recommend the spicy ‘Paperon de Pep(p)eroni’), get in a round of the ‘Birra Cabriolè’. Created in collaboration with Brighton’s Laine Brew Co and designed to perfectly complement Zia’s pizzas, it’s an unfiltered-yet-flavoursome treat. Zia LuciaLearn MoreSantoré, Clerkenwell. Farringdon is a real culinary hotspot for Londoners, so it’s no surprise that you can find a first class slice in Exmouth Market. Comfortable rustic, Santoré has walls lined with olive oil and wines. But the real treat is the pizza — traditional fare done incredibly well.Make sure you order: It’s got to be the Vesuvio. We’re great fans of egg on pizza across here at Gentleman’s Journal, and this winning combination of mozzarella, salami and egg only reinforces our love of the left-field flavour combination.Santoré, ClerkenwellBook nowFirezza, Hoxton. After visiting Naples in 1999, Firezza’s founders decided to bring authentic Italian pizza to the London masses. And the best way to achieve this? En masse. That’s why, at Firezza, they serve pizza by the metre — using incredibly fresh ingredients and a hand-stretched speciality dough, before fire-baking each individual, deletable stretch of pizza at a cheese-melting, mouth-watering 400°C.Make sure you order: The Polpette Di Agnello, a Limited Euro 2020 Edition with a white base pizza with garlic butter and cream, mozzarella, fresh red onions, friarielli, apple and cheese flavoured lamb meatballs, topped with oregano and wild rocket. Available for delivery, it’s coming home in more than just the football.Firezza, HoxtonLearn MorePizzeria Apollo, Stoke Newington. The founders of Pizzeria Apollo built their restaurant after experiencing a year-long Italian food pilgrimage. Making the most of the local, sustainable ‘Hackney Growing Communities’, this is the freshest Italian fare this side of the Dolomites — and they also serve some of the finest gelato in London.Make sure you order: The Nicola. With mushrooms, mozzarella, rocket and speck, this would be a great pizza anyway. But it’s the inspired addition of lemon zest, grated with abandon across the plate, that really elevates this up to the pizza pantheon.Pizzeria Apollo, Stoke NewingtonBook nowMade of Dough, Peckham Rye. Voted the best pizza in London last year, Made of Dough began life as a travelling pizzeria. The team use the best produce they can find — from meats including Girona serrano ham and Brindisa chorizo to Piquillo peppers and Datterini tomatoes — and then serve pizzas the proper Italian way by cooking them fast by flame. Make sure you order: It’s got to be the Truffle. We can’t get enough of this wonder ingredient, and this pizza uses white Alba truffle oil to really infuse it with flavour. Coupled with Portobello mushrooms, mozzarella and thyme, and you’ve got a winning combination. Made of Dough, Peckham RyeBook nowFranco Manca, Across London. Now don’t snicker. We know that Franco Manca is a big-name, big-chain pizzeria — but it’s popular for a reason. With sourdough made daily, all seasonal ingredients are sourced from small suppliers across Italy and the UK. The best part? Their tomato, garlic and oregano pizza is just £5. Molto bene!Make sure you order: Make it Alfonso’s No. 7. With spicy lamb sausage, tomatoes from Gragnano, roasted aubergine, mozzarella and wild garlic pesto, this is the only pizza on this list without a tomato base — but boy does it make up for that in toppings.Franco Manca, Across LondonBook nowMore into meat? We asked Marcus Wareing how to cook the perfect roast lamb…Further ReadingFood & Drink ― 10 months agoLouis Roederer presents the 'Hommage à Camille' collectionLifestyle ― 3 months agoThe Diary: The Deck x Turnbull & Asser Collaboration LaunchFood & Drink ― 8 months agoThe best coffee cocktails (that aren’t espresso martinis…)
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TitleWelcome ♥ About Us | Santa Maria Pizzeria • London
Urlhttps://www.santamariapizzeria.com/
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H2Welcome ♥ About Us
Most popular right now!
Check out our full menu
Find us
We are social
Press & news
H3santamariapizza
10 Pizza Places for The Handbook bucket list
Santa Maria features among the top 100 UK restaurants
New Santa Maria opens in Chelsea
H2WithAnchorsWelcome ♥ About Us
Most popular right now!
Check out our full menu
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BodySanta Maria Pizzeria • London Traditional Neapolitan Pizza Welcome ♥ About Us. Located in St.Mary’s Road, was natural to name our pizzeria Santa Maria. Then the neapolitan graphic designer Salvatore Lillini redesigned an image of Santa Maria di Merino (the patron saint of Vieste, a gorgeous little town in Puglia) in a modern art style as our logo. Angelo and Pasquale, the two owners, after having worked for many years in several restaurants and pizzerias all over London, decided to embrak their own adventure. Being Neapolitan and obsessed about pizza, they thought that the borough of Ealing needed a traditional neapolitan pizzeria. So, after working with their own hands on everything and importing the wood fired oven from Italy, Santa Maria Pizzeria finally opened its doors to the public on Valentine’s day 2010. The pizza served in Santa Maria, is exactly the same as the pizza you can eat on the streets of Naples, using the same ingredients and adopting the same cooking method. Santa Maria Pizzeria will be happy to feed everyone, from pennyless students to VIPs, with the authentic taste of Naples, according to the motto “Quality and quantity at honest prices”.  In fact pizzerias are not a sort of second-class restaurant, but a place where everyone gets treated in the same way and standards should be kept as high as possible with the desire to improve them all the time. Most popular right now! FOCACCIA RUSTICA (Vegan) Homemade focaccia with olives, onions and garlic £4.95 BRUSCHETTA BURRATA & ‘NDUJA With fresh pugliese burrata and ‘nduja calabrese £6.95 SALAD RUCOLINA Wild rocket, cherry tomatoes, shaved parmesan cheese, dressed with extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar £4.95 PIZZA SANTA MARGHERITA Tomato sauce, mozzarella, parmesan £8.50 PIZZA SAN FILIPPO Tomato Sauce, mozzarella, peppers, courgettes, aubergines, parmesan (Previous version with artichokes still available upon request) £11.95 PIZZA SANTA PAOLA Mozzarella, mushrooms, free range rare breed North Yorkshire pork sausage, ‘nduja – NO Tomato sauce £12.95 VEGAN PIZZA SANTA MARGHERITA Tomato sauce, vegan mozzarella and basil £9.00 BEER Peroni 33 cl £3.75 Check out our full menu. Find us. Santa Maria Ealing (NEW LOCATION!!!!!! We don’t serve pizza in the Red Lion pub anymore!) 11 Bond Street W5 5AP SEE MAP T. +44 (0)20 8840 4998 OPENING HOURS Sunday to Thursday Noon – 10:30pm Friday -Saturday Noon – 11pm Take Away available Bookings available.  CALL US!!!     Santa Maria Chelsea 94 Waterford Road, London SW6 2HA SEE MAP T. +44 (0)20 7384 2844 OPENING HOURS Sunday to Thursday Noon – 10:30pm Friday -Saturday Noon – 11pm Take Away available For bookings: CALL US! Santa Maria Fitzrovia 160 New Cavendish st, Fitzrovia, London W1W 6YR SEE MAP T. +44 (0)20 7436 9963 OPENING HOURS Sunday to Thursday Noon – 10:30pm Friday -Saturday Noon – 11pm Take Away available For Bookings: CALL US! Santa Maria Brentford @ Duke Of London Catherine Wheel Road TW8 8AT SEE MAP T. +44 (0)7729 662827 OPENING HOURS Sunday to Thursday Noon – 10:30pm Friday -Saturday Noon – 11pm Take Away available For Bookings: CALL US! Santa Maria Islington (NEW OPENING!) 189 Upper St N1 1RQ SEE MAP T. + 44 20 7288 7400 OPENING HOURS Sunday to Thursday Noon – 10:30pm Friday -Saturday Noon – 11pm Take Away available For Bookings: CALL US!     We are social. santamariapizza. New Islington location opened on 189 Upper Street N1 1RQ For bookings 📞 020 7288 7400 Soon our vegan pizza concept @verginemariapizzavegan 🌱 🍕 Dear friends and customers We are going to be clo One year without you, but you are always with us. New specials announced soon. Last days to enjoy th Winter Wonderlunch in our newest branch in Islingt Some more special for this week. San Raffaele (mea Ealing Shop is open again. Thanks everyone for th Closed Tuesday and Wednesday in our Ealing branch. Getting ready for our next vegan project @verginem We make our chefs crying. Sorry. What’s next? Soon we will be opening our 100% v If it’s more than 50 seconds, it’s not Neapoli Just opened and getting busy. Our fifth location, Yes, we finally have a date. After hurdles create #tbt only for true hip hop heads! When Company Fl Pizza warmer (If you like cars, need to come to It has been emotional. (If you don’t understand It’s gonna be beautiful. Italy has been our firs Today we were supposed to open our new branch in I Wonder if you have ever realised that all our arti Load More... Follow on Instagram Press & news. Posted on 08/02/201731/01/2019 10 Pizza Places for The Handbook bucket list. https://www.thehandbook.com/london-guidebook/londons-best-pizza/ Posted on 07/02/201731/01/2019 Santa Maria features among the top 100 UK restaurants.   Being featured in the list of “Best of something”, is always nice, but when your name appears in the Sunday Times top UK 100 Restaurants among the top players in the game, it’s an achievement that makes us incredibly proud. e f Posted on 09/04/201631/01/2019 New Santa Maria opens in Chelsea. We are veery proud to announce the opening of our new branch in Chelsea, near Stamford Bridge and Fulham Broadway station.
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TitleThe Best Pizza By Borough in London
Urlhttps://www.thedevonshirelondon.co.uk/blog/the-best-pizza-by-borough-in-london/
DescriptionPizza are loved by everyone in every corner of the world. So, pizza lovers here are the list of places where you can visit for a pizza day ...
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DescriptionIn honour of National Pizza Day, we've rounded up the best places to grab a slice in London, according to Tripadvisor
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H1The 22 best pizza places in London, ranked by price
H222. Pizza Union, Spitalfields & King's Cross — £3.95
21. Franco Manca, Brixton and Tottenham Court Road — £6.40
20. L'oro di Napoli, South Ealing — £6.50
19. Bravi Ragazzi Pizza, Streatham — £6.50
18. Pizza Pilgrims, Soho — £6.75
17. Pizzeria Pappagone, Stroud Green — £6.95
16. Spaghetti House, Marble Arch — £6.95
15. Made in South Pizzeria, Battersea — £6.95
14. Fiddie’s Italian Kitchen, Finchley — £7.50
13. La Pappardella, Earl's Court — £7.50
12. Pierino, South Kensington — £7.70
11. Zizzi, Covent Garden — £7.95
10. Arancina, Notting Hill — £7.95
9. Da Mario, Kensington — £8.20
8. Bar Remo, Mayfair — £8.50
7. Donna Margherita Ristorante & Pizzeria, Battersea — £8.50
6. Trattoria Raffaele, Sydenham — £9
5. Ponti's Italian Kitchen, Oxford Circus — £9.50
4. Italian Pizza Connection, Bayswater — £9.80
3. Il Posto, Victoria — £10.50
2. Il Bordello, Wapping — £11.95
1. Homeslice, Neal's Yard — £20
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H2WithAnchors22. Pizza Union, Spitalfields & King's Cross — £3.95
21. Franco Manca, Brixton and Tottenham Court Road — £6.40
20. L'oro di Napoli, South Ealing — £6.50
19. Bravi Ragazzi Pizza, Streatham — £6.50
18. Pizza Pilgrims, Soho — £6.75
17. Pizzeria Pappagone, Stroud Green — £6.95
16. Spaghetti House, Marble Arch — £6.95
15. Made in South Pizzeria, Battersea — £6.95
14. Fiddie’s Italian Kitchen, Finchley — £7.50
13. La Pappardella, Earl's Court — £7.50
12. Pierino, South Kensington — £7.70
11. Zizzi, Covent Garden — £7.95
10. Arancina, Notting Hill — £7.95
9. Da Mario, Kensington — £8.20
8. Bar Remo, Mayfair — £8.50
7. Donna Margherita Ristorante & Pizzeria, Battersea — £8.50
6. Trattoria Raffaele, Sydenham — £9
5. Ponti's Italian Kitchen, Oxford Circus — £9.50
4. Italian Pizza Connection, Bayswater — £9.80
3. Il Posto, Victoria — £10.50
2. Il Bordello, Wapping — £11.95
1. Homeslice, Neal's Yard — £20
BodyThe 22 best pizza places in London, ranked by price Alison Millington 2017-02-09T10:22:00Z Facebook Icon The letter F. Email icon An envelope. It indicates the ability to send an email. Twitter icon A stylized bird with an open mouth, tweeting. Twitter LinkedIn icon The word "in". LinkedIn Fliboard icon A stylized letter F. Flipboard Link icon An image of a chain link. It symobilizes a website link url. Copy Link Grab a Margherita Pizza at Franco Manca for only £6.40. Franco Manca/Instagram LONDON — Thursday, February 9 is National Pizza Day in the UK.Whether it's a simple margherita, a cheesy deep dish, or a thin crust with creative toppings, the day celebrates the Italian-born dish in all of its glory. However, since pizza is on the menu at too many restaurants to name, it can be hard to find a truly authentic and delicious pie.In honour of the day, we've rounded up the best places to grab a slice in London, according to Tripadvisor. The list is ranked by the price of each restaurant's Margherita Pizza, from cheapest to most expensive.Scroll on to get some inspiration for your National Pizza Day meal. 22. Pizza Union, Spitalfields & King's Cross — £3.95. New Years Day lunch, time for @PizzaUnion's seriously delicious fire-baked Roman style thin & crispy 12" pizzas. . 🍕🍕 Our favourites are Calabria (tomato sauce, mozzarella, mascarpone, N'duja sausage & rocket) & Pepperoni (tomato sauce, mozzarella & double pepperoni). . Today's our last day of indulging in festive treats. From tomorrow it's all about more-healthy eating, no alcohol for at least the next four weeks & getting fit. A photo posted by The Jetset Boyz (@jetsetboyz) on Jan 1, 2017 at 8:43am PSTJan 1, 2017 at 8:43am PST   21. Franco Manca, Brixton and Tottenham Court Road — £6.40. That @francomancapizz crust though 😍🍕 . . . #saturdaylunch #brixtonvillage #brixton #francomanca #pizza #pizzalover #pizzaporn #pizzacrust #sourdough #sourdoughpizza #chillioil #london #eeeeeats #foodstagram #instafood A photo posted by Jen Hampson (@jenhampson27) on Jan 14, 2017 at 8:20am PSTJan 14, 2017 at 8:20am PST   20. L'oro di Napoli, South Ealing — £6.50. The Nino D'angelo pizza at L'oro di Napoli topped with anchovies, mozzarella, parmesan, black olives and olive oil; a favourite of @clarges. 🍕🔝 📸 @clarges #toplondonrestaurants #topcotybites #pizza A photo posted by 🇬🇧 Top London Restaurants (@top_london_restaurants) on Nov 6, 2016 at 8:39am PSTNov 6, 2016 at 8:39am PST   19. Bravi Ragazzi Pizza, Streatham — £6.50. Checking out the most incredible authentic Neapolitan pizza in the tiniest six-table restaurant in Streatham with B man and the new housemates👌🍴🍕 #pizza #pizzaislife #pizzaislove #authentic #italian #foodporn #bestkeptsecret #london #foodies #yum #newhome @neeveypotato @bianca.mulligan A photo posted by Sarah Kerr (@sarah_kerr768) on Aug 31, 2016 at 2:35pm PDTAug 31, 2016 at 2:35pm PDT   18. Pizza Pilgrims, Soho — £6.75. @pizza, we would like to #EEEEEATS you. 📷: @pizzapilgrims #InfatuationLondon A photo posted by Infatuation London (@infatuation_london) on Sep 8, 2016 at 7:27am PDTSep 8, 2016 at 7:27am PDT   17. Pizzeria Pappagone, Stroud Green — £6.95. Sono riuscita a mangiare una #pizza migliore qui che a Milano 😁🍕😍 #mytravelgram #london A photo posted by Camilla Carlotta (@pippirini) on Sep 21, 2015 at 12:25pm PDTSep 21, 2015 at 12:25pm PDT   16. Spaghetti House, Marble Arch — £6.95. #food ❤️ A photo posted by Latiny (@damaraprian) on Jan 14, 2017 at 6:48am PSTJan 14, 2017 at 6:48am PST   15. Made in South Pizzeria, Battersea — £6.95. Pizza time! 🍷🍕😍 #thisislondon #londonpizza #madeinsouth #madeinsouthpizza #clapham #thelondonlifeinc #londonpop #pizzeria #battersea A photo posted by Fernando Treviño (@flownando) on Apr 16, 2016 at 1:55pm PDTApr 16, 2016 at 1:55pm PDT   14. Fiddie’s Italian Kitchen, Finchley — £7.50. I know it's #monday and it's such a bad thing right?🙈so cmon let's get some #pizza !😂 so here's an honest #foodadvice for you: head to #fiddiesitaliankitchen and...ENJOY ! 🇮🇹🍕❤️🇬🇧👍🏼 #london #margheritapizza #foodporn #instafood #uk #cute #instagood #cheese #dinner #family #food #foodgasm #foodie #gnam #italy #night #primitivo #hamandmushrooms #yum #best #photo #beautiful #redwine #happy #igdaily A photo posted by #TheGuitarDreamer (@emisfear) on Nov 14, 2016 at 5:15am PSTNov 14, 2016 at 5:15am PST   13. La Pappardella, Earl's Court — £7.50. A photo posted by Karina May Fermin (@ms.furmin)Nov 26, 2016 at 10:26am PST   12. Pierino, South Kensington — £7.70. Buon appetito 🍕 A photo posted by Cloé Vassart (@cloevassart) on Jul 17, 2016 at 8:26am PDTJul 17, 2016 at 8:26am PDT   11. Zizzi, Covent Garden — £7.95. #worldvegetarianday #worldveganday A photo posted by 🌹 HANNAH GRAY 🌹 (@hannahogray) on Oct 1, 2016 at 11:29am PDTOct 1, 2016 at 11:29am PDT   10. Arancina, Notting Hill — £7.95. Original pizza Italiana !!! #foodporn #pizza #food #foodstagram #pizzalover A photo posted by Anatoli Nizami (@an.niwithlove) on Jan 2, 2017 at 7:07am PSTJan 2, 2017 at 7:07am PST   9. Da Mario, Kensington — £8.20. Pizza party with the fam #theworldisouroystercard A photo posted by Drue Voorhees (@druevoorhees) on Nov 17, 2016 at 11:30am PSTNov 17, 2016 at 11:30am PST   8. Bar Remo, Mayfair — £8.50. Pizza on wood. A photo posted by H E N R Y (@henwj) on Jun 11, 2016 at 5:15am PDTJun 11, 2016 at 5:15am PDT   7. Donna Margherita Ristorante & Pizzeria, Battersea — £8.50. The BEST pizza in london!!! #donnamargherita #london #amezing !!! 😍🍕 #ilmiopizzaiolopreferito 🔝 A photo posted by michelle farnocchia (@misci_30) on Dec 10, 2016 at 4:06pm PSTDec 10, 2016 at 4:06pm PST   6. Trattoria Raffaele, Sydenham — £9. A slice of Italy found in London! Regram from @sarkababicka who nominated her local, Trattoria Raffaele, for #theBTAs 🍕 A photo posted by theBTAs (@thebtas) on Oct 6, 2016 at 9:57am PDTOct 6, 2016 at 9:57am PDT   5. Ponti's Italian Kitchen, Oxford Circus — £9.50. I think we did well ... #pizzamaking #pizza #nightout #fun #funtimes #happy #yumm #looksgood #delicious #hardwork A photo posted by Stef_S (@phoebe79) on Nov 1, 2016 at 1:52pm PDTNov 1, 2016 at 1:52pm PDT   4. Italian Pizza Connection, Bayswater — £9.80. Can we have a pizza FOR TWO please? 🍕🇮🇹👌🏻 #amazing #pizza #huge #wedidit #dinner #foodporn #nothungryatall A photo posted by ACribeiro™ (@avcribeiro) on Jul 30, 2015 at 2:05pm PDTJul 30, 2015 at 2:05pm PDT   3. Il Posto, Victoria — £10.50. Pre show feast!! #italian #italianfood #vegetarian #pizza #victoria #london A photo posted by Coral Giles (@coralgiles) on May 11, 2016 at 10:39am PDTMay 11, 2016 at 10:39am PDT   2. Il Bordello, Wapping — £11.95. A photo posted by Hamish Glenn (@hamishglenn)Jul 24, 2016 at 6:37am PDT   1. Homeslice, Neal's Yard — £20. 현지인 맛집🍕pizzzzza‼‼‼ A photo posted by 희정 강 (@kanggm) on Jan 4, 2017 at 10:06pm PSTJan 4, 2017 at 10:06pm PST   Read the original article on Business Insider UK. Copyright 2017. Follow Business Insider UK on Twitter. Newsletter Get a daily selection of our top stories based on your reading preferences. Loading Something is loading. More: Features Pizza London restaurant Deal icon An icon in the shape of a lightning bolt. 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TitleTHE BEST 10 Pizza Places in London, ON - Last Updated January 2022 - Yelp
Urlhttps://www.yelp.ca/search?cflt=pizza&find_loc=London%2C+ON
DescriptionBest Pizza in London, ON - zen'Za Pizzeria, Rico's Pizzeria, Richmoor's Pizzeria, Papa's Pizza & Restaurant, Formaggio's Pie Shack, Pizzeria Madre, Muldoon's Pizza, Marvellous 2 For 1 Pizza & Wings, Bondi's Pizza, The Italian House Pizzeria
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BodyThe Best 10 Pizza Places in London, ONSort:RecommendedAllPrice Open NowDeliveryTakeout1. zen’Za Pizzeria. 17Pizza$$This is a placeholder“best pizza in london. Favourite is the Renaissance 'Za” moreDeliveryTakeout2. Rico’s Pizzeria. 11PizzaItalian$$This is a placeholder“I've had the Pizza and panzerotti both are outstanding. Can't believe I never ordered from them” more3. Richmoor’s Pizzeria. 7Pizza$$This is a placeholder“We had a few different types of pizza delivered to work today! Everyone was raving how good” more4. Papa’s Pizza & Restaurant. 16Pizza$This is a placeholder“ this thinking about that. Also, the panzerotti is deep friend and tastes like if a pizza and a donut had a baby, a really large, fat, delicious baby” more5. Formaggio’s Pie Shack. 27Pizza$$This is a placeholder“Very good Deep dish pizza, just my own ingredients selection could have been better, I will try” more6. Pizzeria Madre. 5PizzaThis is a placeholder“Friendly , original or authentic pizza . This is cooked in a huge domed pizza oven , I'm not sure” more7. Muldoon’s Pizza. 10Pizza$$This is a placeholder“Visited this small eatery last week. Ordered the Deluxe Pizza and it was fantastic. One thing that” more8. Marvellous 2 For 1 Pizza & Wings. 4PizzaChicken Wings$This is a placeholder“The Pizza Lord has blessed me. It's been a very long and tough week, so I decided to celebrate” more9. Bondi’s Pizza. 5Pizza$$This is a placeholder“ favourite pizza joint. The charm to this pizza place is that they have tons of unique (albeit premium” more10. The Italian House Pizzeria. 21PizzaItalianSandwiches$This is a placeholder“I loved this place. Fast delivery with lots of cheese on their pizza plus I love meatballs on pizza” more1234567891 of 16Can't find the business?Adding a business to Yelp is always free.Add businessGot search feedback? Help us improve.Related Collections in London, ON. Virtual Cooking ClassesMore Nearby. BarsChicken WingsItalianPasta ShopsSaladSandwichesAboutAbout YelpCareersPressInvestor RelationsTrust & SafetyContent GuidelinesTerms of ServicePrivacy PolicyAd ChoicesDiscoverCollectionsTalkEventsThe Local YelpYelp BlogSupportYelp MobileDevelopersRSSYelp for BusinessClaim your Business PageAdvertise on YelpYelp for Restaurant OwnersTable ManagementBusiness Success StoriesBusiness SupportYelp Blog for BusinessLanguagesEnglishCountriesCanadaAboutBlogSupportTermsPrivacy PolicyCopyright © 2004–2022 YelpSome Data By Acxiom
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TitleWhere is the best pizza in London? - Quora
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TitleBest places for Pizza in London, Ontario
Urlhttps://www.londontourism.ca/best-of-london/top-spots-for-pizza-in-london-ontario
DescriptionLooking for an authentic Neapolitan style pizzeria or a classic New York style pie, check out some of London Ontario's best places to grab a slice of pizza
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H1Top Spots for Pizza in London, Ontario
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BodyTop Spots for Pizza in London, Ontario  Share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pintrest Email Home / Best of London / By Dine in 519 July 21, 2021 Tags: Food & Drink  Plan Your Trip  Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pintrest Email share : London has no shortage of incredible pizza joints and condensing them into a short list was anything but easy. Whether you’re in the mood for an authentic Neapolitan style pizzeria or a classic New York style pie, there’s something for everyone.  Without further ado, feast your eyes on our top pizza joints in London, Ontario.   Pizzeria Madre.         View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Dine in 519 (@dinein519) Pizzeria Madre is an upscale pizzeria with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. They use only the freshest seasonal and artisanal ingredients, never sacrificing quality. While some like their pizza to be heaping with toppings (we get it) Madre keeps things balanced with a less is more mentality. Their space is equally minimalistic and is just as Instagram worthy as their beautiful wood-fired pies. Their sourdough Focaccia is also one of the best we've ever tried.   Through Thick & Thin.         View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Dine in 519 (@dinein519) Ah, the new guys. This place is quickly becoming the talk of the town and with good reason. Brought to you by the Wolfe Brothers, Through Thick & Thin specializes in New York and Detroit-style pies. From their regular cheese pizza down to their insane flavour combinations such as 'Jalapeno Popper' and 'Eggplant Parm' they nail it. The crust is light and airy yet crispy in all the right places, the sauce is tangy, the cheese is sweet and buttery. They also have some of the best pepperoni in the city. The space has an instant wow factor that you'll notice from the moment that you pull up out front. Glowing red lights, large windows, and an interior reminiscent of New York street art.   Doughboy's.         View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by ?????????????????? (@doughboysworld) Absolutely love this place. We've had nothing but great experiences here and the owners couldn't be more friendly. Doughboy's has some of the most creative flavour combinations and they're all delicious. A personal favourite is the 'Big Zac which consists of Mozzarella, Seasoned Ground Beef, Shredded Bacon, Tomato, White Onion and Pickles. Topped with Cheddar and Big Zac Sauce. They now have two London locations.  EAST LOCATION 460 Egerton, London ON N5W 3Z5  WEST LOCATION 1866 Oxford St W, London, ON N6K 0J8   Zen'za Pizzeria.         View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Dine in 519 (@dinein519) Zen'za specializes in creative, thin- crust pizzas. What we love most about Zen'za (aside from the fact that their pizza is delicious) is that they have options for just about everyone. With vegan, vegetarian and gluten- free features on the menu, you can sit down &and enjoy a meal with your friends from all walks of life. (that includes us meat-eaters as well).  Another highlight is their ready made, vacuum sealed pizzas.  Their avocado toast is also great but almost too beautiful to eat.   Pizza Projekt.         View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Pizza Projekt (@pizzaprojekt) Whether you're craving a traditional Italian pie or a Chicago deep dish, Pizza Projekt does it all.  Made from the freshest ingredients, they import their tomatoes from Italy and source their produce and herbs locally. They make their sauce and dough in house daily and their crust doesn't contain egg or dairy. The menu at Pizza Projekt is fairly vast so if you're looking to feast, this is the place. At first glance, you'd assume that this place is franchised with 100+ locations but the food speaks for itself and has earned them a spot on our list.   Tony’s Famous Italian Restaurant .         View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Tony's Famous Italian (@tonysfamousitalian) In 1961, with the help of family and friends, this immigrant from Calabria Italy fulfilled his dream and opened Tony’s Famous Italian Restaurant. The original Tony’s, where Egerton meets Dundas, started by serving simple Italian dishes that, for the time, were a novelty for many Londoners.   Richmoor’s Pizzeria .         View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Dine in 519 (@dinein519) Richmoor’s is a small, family owned pizza joint that you need to check out if you haven’t already. Friendly staff and incredible pizza with both the dough and the sauce being made in-house.  They’ve got a ton of creative signature flavour combinations. We highly recommend the dill pickle bacon cheeseburger. The portions are equal parts hearty and delicious.    Formaggio’s Pie Shack.         View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Formaggios pie shack (@formaggios_pie_shack) Formaggio’s is the local spot for delicious deep dish pizza although they do have other options as well. Their pies are loaded with toppings and they put a focus on fresh, local ingredients and use real tomatoes in their sauce.  Bring your appetite because these pizzas are massive with some of them weighing in at over 5 pounds.  Well, there you have it! As we mentioned, picking a list was quite difficult and the reality is that there are far more than a few great places for pizza in London.   About Dine in 519 Jesse Walker started @dinein519 in February of 2021 as a way to support local restaurants that may not have the time, resources or skillset to properly market their business. Dine in 519 supports restaurants by providing them with a professional photo shoot free of charge, writing about the experience and then marketing the photos through their digital channels. A lover of food and all things local, Jesse has been working as a marketing professional and photographer for nearly a decade. As the platform grows, Jesse looks to expand into other regions that may benefit from similar services.  If you’re interested in having your restaurant featured on @dinein519 or www.dinein519.com please reach out to [email protected] directly.   READ MORE IN THIS SERIES. Best Ice Cream Spots in London, Ontario Top Spots for Healthy Eats in London, Ontario Bets Desserts in London, Ontario
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TitleCrazy Pizza Marylebone | London Pizza Restaurant | Thin Crust Pizza and Signature Cocktails
Urlhttps://crazypizza.com/marylebone/
DescriptionEnjoy glamorous lunches, exquisite cocktails and stylish dinners with our Crazy thin pizza crusts, made from yeast-free, but never taste-free dough. We bring the passion and authenticity of Italy direct to your table
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TitleBest pizza in London: 33 pizza restaurants to try
Urlhttps://www.squaremeal.co.uk/restaurants/best-for/best-pizza-in-london_8933
DescriptionWe all love pizza, full of glorious toppings such as cheese, meat, or maybe even a vegan option. We've rounded up the best pizza in London just for you
Date6 Apr 2021
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