Pizza Pilgrims continues its expansion with a Docklands branch at West India Quay. Lots of games, al fresco seating and menu extras at this branch - which you can book at.
Harden's survey result
“So delicious and affordable every time!” – the Elliot brothers’ “speedy and cheerful” small chain put in a stellar performance this year as London’s top pizza multiple, pipping rival Homeslice by tiny decimals. “You can see the dough being made on entering: everything is very fresh, and you get crisp, thin pizzas with quality toppings”.
From a tiny van named Conchetta to a bricks ’n’ mortar chain – the Elliot brothers deliver a pizza hit that’s still “a step-up from standard fare” at their expanding group, but its ratings are becoming more mainstream than during their heady earlier days.
“Believe the hype!” – “If you have a craving for pizza”, the Elliot brothers’ “no-nonsense” pit stops are some of the capital’s best antidotes: “the menu is simple but they use top quality ingredients” and “what a hit – YUM!”
“Way better than the mainstream chains!” – the Elliot brothers’ trendy pit-stops “do nothing fussy or exotic, just genuinely good pizza” with “just the right balance between toppings and crust”.
Pizza Pilgrims Restaurant Diner Reviews
"One of the better pizza chains to emerge in the last few years. Outside space at West India Quay makes a pleasant spot to spend a summer's evening."