Looking for the best pizza in London? We’ve rounded up the absolute best pizza restaurants in London so you can be sure to find the perfect slice.
Best Pizza in London Highlights
A Yard Sale Pizza is kneaded in everyone’s life. Leaving their dough to prove for 24 hours and cooking out their tomato sauce on the pizza to deepen the flavour, they definitely aren’t ones for cutting corners. From the regulars to the guest pizzas, whether you’re holy over your pepperoni or all over the squash, Yard Sale is where to get a pizz’a the action.
Once just a pizza van and now a little cult, Pizza Pilgrims has got some loyal followers and it’s for a damn good reason. Knocking out traditional Neapolitan pizza, their classic marg and nduja take some beating, but remember to leave room for dessert cos THAT Nutella & salted ricotta pizza ring is the bomb.
With a pizza oven made out of sand and dust from Mount Vesuvius, Santa Maria is defo a cut above the rest. The slightly chewy dough and THAT sauce made with San Marzano D.O.P tomatoes pre-ordered a year in advance make these pizzas what they are…bloody great.
Homeslice serve up some of the biggest pizzas in town, we’re talking 20-inch beasts, but it’s not all about the size here. The pizzas come with some interesting toppings and if you can’t decide you can always go 50/50. Our faves include that chorizo, corn & corriander and aubergine, cauliflower cheese, spinach & harissa.
Pizza East serves up wood oven pizzas and antipasti, with daily-changing specials to keep you on your toes. Whilst they’ve now expanded to three locations across London, it’s the original Shoreditch restaurant that will always be our fave. Based in a former tea warehouse, the Shoreditch joint sells meats and cheeses in its own deli, and hosts club nights in an underground events space.