Pizza Restaurants in Chelsea
1. La Delizia Limbara Pizza restaurant in Chelsea 63-65 Chelsea Manor St - SW3
2019 Review: This “great little Italian pizza place” in a side street off the King’s Road is a “best-in-class for a cheap and cheerful bite”. There’s a “limited menu, but what it does it does well”… and has done for yonks.
2. Al Forno Pizza restaurant in Wimbledon Town 2a King’s Road - SW19
2021 Review: These “buzzing family-run Italians” in southwest London create “an exceptional atmosphere” for large parties of all ages – and “they won’t break the bank”. “Despite the celebratory brouhaha, they produce a very respectable menu of traditional dishes – fish stew, duck, pizza on demand” – “even the veggies are catered for”. “Expect noise and old people dancing.”
3. Made in Italy Italian restaurant in Chelsea 249 King’s Rd - SW3
The nice roof terrace at the 30-year-old Chelsea branch is the main reason to mention this small pizza chain, which also has siblings in Battersea and Wimbledon (the latter has yet to re-open as of September 2021).
4. Buona Sera Italian restaurant in Chelsea 289a King’s Rd - SW3
2018 Review: “Basic Italian cooking done to a satisfactory standard” along with a “family-friendly atmosphere” have established this “busy” and incredibly “consistent” café as a Clapham institution; it has a Chelsea spin-off too at the King’s Road ‘Jam’ – an age-old place with fun double-decker booths.
5. Rocca Pizza restaurant in South Kensington 73 Old Brompton Rd - SW7
This “good, dependable local Italian” duo in South Kensington and Dulwich Village can be relied on for plates of “excellent pizza” and “freshly made pasta” at sensible prices. There’s a “great atmosphere when they’re busy”, and “children are made very welcome”. The South Ken branch, formerly part of Christie’s auction house, has a useful heated terrace for dining al fresco.
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