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.
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“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”.
“I don’t like pizza, but I LOVE this pizza!” – the Elliot brothers' “funky and fun” Soho pitstops are “worth the pilgrimage” thanks to “authentic” fare that’s “a slice above the chains”.
“The van was great”, and now the Elliot brothers have translated their pop-up into a duo of “funky” Soho outfits – the “fantastic” thin crusts and “minimal but extremely authentic” selection of toppings have mercifully survived the transition, so “the hordes pile in” – “expect to queue”.