47 "Pizza" Restaurants in London.
Quartieri is an excellent Naples-style pizza in Kilburn, with a spicy diavola pizza that you definitely need to try.
Theo’s is Camberwell’s go-to for top quality pizza, as well as sandwiches, cocktails, and everything you need in a restaurant.
A casual restaurant in Covent Garden, Homeslice makes great thin crust pizzas with adventurous toppings.
The pizzas at Homeslice in Shoreditch will make anyone you’re with happy. They’re a bit pricey, but big enough to split with a few people.
Ciao Bella in Bloomsbury is an old school Italian restaurant where the spaghetti doesn’t matter as much as the story you’re listening to.
Franco Manca should be your number one choice when you want pizza near Victoria station.
The original Franco Manca still makes some of the best Neapolitan pizzas in town, from a cosy little shop in Brixton market.
Theo’s second location in Elephant and Castle is bigger and brighter, and the pizzas and chilli sauce are just as good.
True Craft is a cool and casual converted pub in Tottenham with a welcoming feel and some of London’s best pizza.
Yard Sale is a cosy diner in Clapton serving up some of the best pizzas in London .
The pizzas at this popular spot are simple, inexpensive, gigantic, and absolutely worth the trip to Stoke Newington.
Saporitalia is a neighbourhood Italian spot that doesn’t look like much, but is actually excellent. Go for the pizza and veal chop.
Martello Hall is an great bar-meets-pizza restaurant on Mare Street in Hackney. Bring your mates at the weekend, or visit it late night.
Santa Maria’s Neapolitan-style pizza outshines any other pizza place in the neighbourhood. And they deliver too.
Pizza East is one of the best casual spots in Shoreditch for an easy dinner with a few friends.