Pizza Restaurants in Marylebone
1. Homeslice Pizza restaurant in Westminster 50 James Street - W1U
“Still delivering on what it set out to do” – Alan and Mark Wogan’s (yes, the late Terry’s sons) hip pizza chain is the best-rated of the mid-sized groups, thanks to its “huge and amazing pizzas with delicious and unusual toppings” (“now the choice is even easier with the 50/50 option!”). Top Menu Tip – “awesome vegan nduja pizza” is amongst a growing number of plant-based options (and, from June 2022, they now have a fully meat-free site, in their 135-cover Shoreditch branch).
2. Buongiorno e Buonasera Pizza restaurant in Marylebone 58 Baker Street - W1U
2019 Review: Early 2018 opening – a new pizzeria with two branches already in Oxford arrives in Marylebone on Baker Street, serving light, Roman-style pizzas using organic, non-GMO wheat, soy and rice flour.
3. Pizzeria Mozza Pizza restaurant in Fitzrovia Treehouse Hotel, 14-15 Langham Place - W1B
“Brilliant pizza” from Netflix star, Nancy Silverton, justifies a trip to this bustling pit stop, at the foot of a hotel opposite Broadcasting House. As the FT’s Tim Hayward so memorably put it in his October 2021 review: ‘Goethe thought architecture was music, frozen; Silverton proves that meatballs are beatitude, minced’!
4. L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele Pizza restaurant in Westminster 199 Baker Street - NW1
The “outstanding pizzas” – “huge, delicious and authentically Neapolitan” – win top marks for the two London outposts of a Naples original dating back 150 years, which featured in Elizabeth Gilbert’s global bestseller ‘Eat Pray Love’. The toppings are “mostly traditional”, with some “interesting combinations and extras”. Don’t be misled by the “plain exterior, which makes it look like all the cheap restaurants and snack places along Baker Street” – this branch and its Soho sibling are “very good indeed”.
5. Mews Pizza Company Pizza restaurant in Mayfair 10 Lancashire Ct - W1
2019 Review: “Pizza isn’t my favourite, but the truffled one here tastes better than it smells… and it smells great!” – this fun pizza stop (nowadays incorporated into the ‘Mews of Mayfair’ empire, to which it’s a neighbour) is worth knowing about for a light, relatively affordable bite, off Bond Street.
6. Santa Maria Pizza restaurant in Fitzrovia 160 New Cavendish St - W1W
“Pizza of similar quality to those you’d find in a Naples basement” (with “authentic slow fermentation of the dough”) inspire followers of this growing, twelve-year-old group, which they say is “second-to-none for texture and flavour”. But the relocated original site in Ealing is “cramped” and seems “really dull” compared to the old one: “the pizza remains good, but it’s lost the sense that you were part of something special and secret”. (In recent times, they’ve also added an Islington branch and one in Brentford – not listed – that’s part of a car showroom!)
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