When a former Natoora director opens his own south London pizzeria, you'd better expect every ingredient to have been impeccably sourced.
Another one of Naples' top pizza restaurants is coming to London. This time it's the turn of iconic pizzeria 50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo, and it's all about the dough...
There's been a quiet revolution in the London pizza world over the past few years. It's now possible to get some world-beating pizzas in the town and we're here to tell you where to find them.
Neil Rankin is back with his third Temper - this time in Covent Garden - and it's all about pizza. We head along to see how he's put his stamp on it.
From Wotsit dust to queue-jumping, we bring you all the news that was fit to print (but we just didn't get around to covering elsewhere this week)...
If you've never been to Chicago to try their deep pan pizza, then get ready - it's coming to you. London pizzeria Pizza Pilgrims have teamed up with the Windy City's famous deep pan pizza guys Gino’s East allowing them to take over their West India Quay restaurant for just one weekend.
Renowned for their deep pan pizzas since first setting up in 1966, Gino’s East usually has queues down the block at any of its Chicago restaurants. They're bringing chefs over from the
As fans of their pizzas, we're always on the look-out to see what Yard Sale's next special will be - and their next one sounds pretty special indeed. It's their World Cup pizza and sees them teaming up with the Rib Man for a month.
It will be their "double-fermented dough base topped with The Rib Man’s pulled baby-back ribs, which are cooked for eight hours so
This new London Fields pizzeria is the second UK branch of New York–style pizza chain FOLD. They bill their pizzas as large, thin crust, hand tossed, wide slices that are made for folding and stuffing in your mouth.
Gordon Ramsay has just switched the ground floor of his restaurant at One New Change into a pizza restaurant. The selling point? This one is doing bottomless pizzas for just £15.
The openings at White City are growing apace with another on the way to the revamped BBC Television Centre. This time it's the turn of Homeslice, which has come a long way from stalls at street food markets to this, their fifth restaurant in the city.
Expect all the usual Homeslice fare - huge wood-fired 20" pizzas with toppings that include Margherita and Salami, Rocket & Parmesan, Lamb Shoulder,
All the news that was fit to print (but we just didn't get around to covering this week)...
Neil Rankin's temper restaurant once again reinvents itself, this time the fire-based chain will focus on pizzas with an extensive list of vermouths too.
Pizzaiola and Rome native Marco Montuori is hoping his lighter pizzas will go down a storm with Londoners and tourists alike.
Lovers of pizza unite - your festival is returning. Helmed by London's foremost expert on pizzas, Daniel Young, you'll have the chance to try different slices from six different restaurants. Taking part this year are:
This popular Italian casual chain is expanding with three key openings set for the west end, riverside and Canary Wharf areas.
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