27/2/17 - updated with launch details.
What: Pizza Pilgrims Shoreditch
In a nutshell: BYOB + pizza
Summing it all up: Pizza Pilgrims are opening another branch, this time in East London. Diners will also be able to bring chocolate bars to be turned into dessert calzones, and the local offy will have a fridge of Italian wine so you can BYOB in style.
What's thought by many to be Italy's best pizzeria is coming to London. We got in very early to get our pizza fix.
National Pizza Day is coming - 9 February, stick it in your diary - and Vico is ready to up the ante with a three-course menu that’s entirely pizza.
For starters, there’ll be Montanara, £5, which consists of deep fried pizza dough and mozzarella with basil. Next up for the main, there’s the Ripiena pizza, £16, with aubergine, datterino tomatoes and ‘nduja, with a parmesan crust. Finally, you can round things
28/2/17 - updated with soft launch details.
After a successful launch in Finsbury Park, Yard Sale Pizza are continuing north and are getting ready to open their next place in Walthamstow.
If you've yet to try them, they serve up pizzas from double fermented dough that include:
What: Bobby Fitzpatrick
In a nutshell: Rum cocktails and pizza in West Hampstead
Summing it all up: This West Hampstead spot comes from the same people behind Coil Laundry in Exmouth market. Expect rum cocktails and pizza with a distinctly 70s feel.
Good news for those who love nothing more than getting stuck into a slice of Margherita. Traditional Napoli pizza, with family recipes almost 100 years old, will be landing in Kilburn this spring, thanks to Naples pizza merchant Pizzeria Trianon Vomero. This pizzeria, one of the best in Naples and hence the world, is opening Quartieri to bring heaps of traditional pizza to Kilburn, and all of it made in an ultra-traditional style - right down to how the flour is
There do seem to be rather a lot of pizza restaurants opening at the moment - and the latest is coming to Wardour Street, called Pizza Toscana. This one comes with proper Italian heritage by Italian restaurateur Stefano Cresci, owner of Florence's La Bussola, which has been going since 1960. He's now come to London and taken over La Scala.
Here, they'll use exclusively Tuscan ingredients - including pecorino cheese instead of
There’s now wood-fired pizza, cured meats, pastas and Italian treats-a-plenty up for grabs in Covent Garden, thanks to BungaTINI which has just opened its doors.
It’s the sister restaurant to Bunga Bunga, making it the second offering from its general manager Matthew Richardson, who also managed Venetian small plate institution Polpo.
There’ll be several menus on offer to suit your mood, depending
There’s no arguing with the fact that £7.87 is a more-than-fair price for a pizza, especially with all the toppings you could want, and enough even to make you overlook the fact that it is a bit of a weird number. MOD Pizza, a US-based chain, will soon be bringing their super-fast affordable pizza to the capital when their first London store opens in none other than Leicester Square.
Not only will you be able to
If you love pizza as much as us, the chance to try the creations of some of London's top chefs and raise money for a great cause sounds like a no-brainer. For a month, pizzas created by a group of chefs will be on offer at West London pizzeria Pizzicotto. The chef whose pizza sells the most will be crowned the winner of the Gourmet Pizza Challenge, and their pizza will become a permanent addition to the Pizzicotto menu.
Chefs taking part are:
To the uninitiated, Mexican and Italian seem unlikely bedfellows - pinto bean puttanesca, anyone? But Yard Sale Pizza, in all their wisdom, has just announced their newest collaboration pizza will be Breddos Tacos, and safe to say, it looks fab.
Called the Dead Mex, it’ll be an intriguing blend of Central America by way of Italy -- and will have smoked ‘al pastor’ pig cheeks, roasted pineapple, salsa roja,
There's a new pizzeria hitting Hoxton. Radio Alice, named after an Italian pirate radio station, is taking over the spot where Monikers was on Hoxton Square. It's the brainchild of brothers Salvatore and Matteo Aloe, who already have five well-respected restaurants in Italy.
The thing they do differently is, after having made their pizza dough from mother yeast and ancient stoneground flour, they cook the base, slice it and only then add the
There's a new Neapolitan pizza restaurant on the way to Exmouth Market. Panzo's main focus is on creating double-cooked lighter dough which raises for 26 hours. They're also aiming for smaller individually sized pizzas.
On top of those pizzas, expect toppings that include - mushroom, mozzarella, goat cheese, stilton, pine nuts with a drizzle of honey, pumpkin, courgette, mozzarella and ham and gorgonzola, raisins
London's love of sourdough pizza shows no signs of slowing down. After the success of their first restaurant in Crystal Palace, the team behind Four Hundred Rabbits are bringing their sourdough pizza (made from their own starter, natch) and beer joint to Nunhead.
It looks to be a very similar set-up to their previous place, with an emphasis on quality pizza made with expertly sourced ingredients, and a rotating menu of beers. With their proximity to hipster haven
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