Pizza Restaurants in Shoreditch
1. Radio Alice Pizza restaurant in 16 Hoxton Square - N1
Our mission: make delicious pizza, served with care, in beautiful spaces.In the beginning we were just Matteo and Salvatore, two brothers from Calabria. We moved to Bologna to study economics, and – like all penniless students – ate a lot of...
2. Rossopomodoro Pizza restaurant in Shoreditch 1 Rufus St - N1
2021 Review: “Neapolitan influences are evident in the choice of ingredients, and the wood-burning oven makes for good, chewy, charred crusts, unlike most high-street pizzas” – so say fans of this global chain, whose HQ is indeed in Naples. Not everyone is impressed, though, and ratings are dragged down by those who feel it’s merely an “everyday” choice: “OK for a bog-standard group, but not great”.
3. Homeslice Pizza restaurant in Shoreditch 374-378 Old St - EC1
These “trendy pizza joints with a modern twist and clean, industrial interiors” serve “generously portioned and always-fresh” thin-crust pizza, attracting a good fan club for this 10-year-old group run by the late Terry Wogan’s sons, Mark and Alan. They make no claim to authenticity and are more influenced by New York than Naples – but the “bizarre combinations on the blackboard always turn out to be unexpectedly delicious. Believe in them!”.
4. Pizza Pilgrims Pizza restaurant in Hackney 136 Shoreditch High St - E1
“Quality pizzas served by nice people in a bustling, energetic atmosphere. What’s not to like?” It’s a formula that’s winning massive, post-pandemic expansion for the Elliot brothers’ chain, which is adding eight London sites this year. Perhaps inevitably with such fast growth, it no longer enjoys the stellar ratings of yesteryear, but to an impressive degree also evades criticism: “always decent…”, “I can’t speak for the authenticity, but they’re tasty as hell”. Top Tip: “their pizza home delivery kit is great fun”.
5. Pizza East Pizza restaurant in Shoreditch 56 Shoreditch High St - E1
The “excellent Italian/American menu” means these “very buzzy”, industrial-style venues in Shoreditch (a former tea factory) and Portobello offer “much more than their consistently great pizzas”. They “can get busy, so book – especially on Fridays” and note: this is “not the place for a quiet romantic date”. A third site in Kentish Town closed a couple of years ago, and the owners, Soho House, seem to be focused elsewhere, but the ratings are very strong in our latest survey.
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