Pizza has to be one of life’s greatest pleasures. End of. But a crisp dough, melted cheese and tonnes of toppings can turn out to be a little heavy on the purse strings at times. Here’s a very tempting list of some of the best pizza joints in town (and no, your overpriced Dominoes Meateor didn’t make the cut).
This little haunt in Fitzrovia is home to some of the cheapest and best pizzas in London! Expect to be shocked by a menu that boasts loads of options for only a fiver and nothing going over the £7 mark. These fresh (and amazingly quickly made) pizzas are thin, delicious and oh so moreish.
46 Goodge Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 4LU
With a simple but thoroughly delicious pizza menu, Theo’s boasts a mean Napoli salami pizza complete with oozy mozzarella and chilli. With most options hovering around the £7 mark, Theo’s proves you needn’t break the bank for a perfect pizza.
2 Grove Lane, London, SE5 8SY
3. Pizza East
Pizza East do some pretty delicious pizza, but including drinks, sides and obligatory antipasti, an outing here can stretch the wallet significantly.
Buuuuut, here at Secret London HQ, we know a little hack that can get you a 50% discount off everything on the bill! Just ask for a Pizza East keyring and expect Monday’s to get a whole lot cheerier with half price grub.
Find your nearest branch here.
4. Voodoo Ray’s
Sold by the slice and bigger than your face, Voodoo Ray’s offers an ever-changing menu of seasonal specials where 2 slices equate to an 11″ pizza. That’s one big slice! Annnd they’re only £4 each so you can definitely make your way through all the flavours.
They have 3 locations so find your nearest branch here.
5. NY Fold
NY Fold offer everything from wet fries with Gorgonzola to lasagna balls and, of course, some amazing NY style pizzas. They have a two slice deal for £7.50 or you can get a huge 20″ pizza pie to share with friends for just £25. This forms the impossible (ha!) pizza pie eating contest where the restaurant challenges you to polish off this pie in 30 mins. Erm, challenge accepted? They also do an All You Can Eat Monday offer so get your napkins at the ready!
103 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DT
Another pizza joint that offers customers the chance to buy by the slice, this well known London haunt also do a massive 20″ pizza for £20. With flavours such as spiced lamb or aubergine with cauliflower cheese, you’re bound to want to mix and match. On Sundays they even offer a Bottomless Brunch option, so pay an extra £20 and make your pizza lunch extra fancy.
Find your nearest location here.
7. Pizza Union
With every pizza under £7 and starting at £3.95, you could effectively get 2 entire pizzas for a tenner. Now that’s what we call savvy. Their thin and crispy Roman bases are the stuff of pizza dreams, and you can even get a warm dough ring filled with nutella and mascarpone for afters. Yum!
25 Sandy’s Row, London, E1 7HW or 246-250 Pentonville Road, London, N1 9JY
No pizza is over £6 in this Covent Garden pizza restaurant. With classics such as Pepperoni and Four Cheese, as well as an Ecco Special, this restaurant knows how to do an authentic Italian pizza… without the heavy London price tag.
186 Drury Lane, Covent Garden, London WC2B 5RU
9. Pizza Pilgrims
The one where you can take your chocolate bar to be calzone-fied, Pizza Pilgrims offers up a simple menu with fresh ingredients that stick around the £10 mark. Their Shoreditch branch is even BYOB so bring a cheap bottle of vino and enjoy a pizza knowing you haven’t broken the bank on yet another meal out.