The Best Pizza in London

Ask any foodie, which is the best place to eat an Italian pizza. They will say London. Yes London! In past few years, the capital of England has evolved as a major hub to eat delicious Italian pizzas, topped with some mozzarella, ham, and parmesan.

If you are in London, then you must try some of these best places to eat authentic Italian pizzas. Most of them are affordable and serve quality pizzas, with best toppings as per your choice.

Santa Maria
A little gem in London’s Ealing, Santa Maria is one of the best cheap eats available in the city. From authentic ingredients to some super-swift firing in a wood oven, it is Italian imported pizza at your doorstep. They are consistent with the base, making it extremely chewy, topped with lots of love. As they say, ‘the number one pizzas to try before you die’, it is surely a place to enjoy a fresh range of santa margherita, santa caterina, santa bufalina, and san mattia.

Eat This: Santa Margherita
Price starting from £5.45

Homeslice Pizza
Giant slices that take two hands to hold, Homeslice Pizza is the favourite street food star in Covent Garden. The boys at Homeslice enjoyed their journey through Eat Street Market, and now they have their own restaurant in Neal’s Yard Seven Dials London. The menu is simple, with five delectable wood-fired pizzas, by slice or whole. A simple fare of drinks is available too, including wines, beers, and Prosecco on tap. Stretchy light base, topped with tomato, fresh basil, and mozzarella, you cannot miss any of their delicacies.

Eat This: The zucchini, artichoke and garlic pizza
Price: £3 per slice and £8.50 for a 12” whole

Pizza Pilgrims
Small is beautiful at Pizza Pilgrims in Soho. They serve traditional Neapolitan sourdough pizzas, prepared using ingredients from Naples. The traditional pizza is made using San Marzano tomatoes, flour shipped from Naples, basil, buffalo mozzarella, Fior Di Latte, parmesan, Nduja, and olive oil. Find the van at Berwick Street Market or head to Pizzeria at Dean Street, Soho to taste some quality fare from Italy.

Eat This: Nduja sausage, Portobello mushrooms, and rocket
Price starting from £5

Franco Manca
For those who love the crust, Franco Manca’s chewy, delicate pizza base is a must have. These are slow-cooked, oven-fired slices, which makes you feel that you are eating in Naples. They have five branches across London, but you will find it hard to make a reservation. The classic margherita – fresh mozzarella, basil, and tomato sauce is surely the way to go here. You get a well edited list of drinks, including a handful of beers and wines. Do not miss their refreshing lemonade and post-meal coffees, served the Italian way, without milk.

Eat This: Gloucester old spot ham with mozzarella, buffalo ricotta, wild mushrooms, and little tomatoes
Price starting from £4.50, Extra Toppings from £0.50 to £1.95

A brand new addition to Portobello Road Market, Saporitalia is a charming place to enjoy pizza in the middle of bustling market. You will love their big windows that draw back and bring street in. Their margherita, or say Saporita comes with a light chewy base, pools of liquid buffalo mozzarella, and spot-on tomato. To finish off your pizza, have a glass of Prosecco.
Eat This: The Napoli with black olives, capers, and anchovies
Price starting from £6.50
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