47 "Pizza" Restaurants in London.
Tokyo Pizza is a casual underground pizza spot on Maida Vale, serving Japanese-inspired pizza toppings and some very tasty salads.
Bar Remo is a casual all-day restaurant just off Regent's Street in Mayfair, serving good quality thin-crust pizzas, as well as pastas and mains.
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.
This light and bright roastery, coffee shop, and all-day restaurant in Bethnal Green is as useful as Ozone’s other spot in Shoreditch.
The Bank of Friendship is a homely old-school Highbury pub that let’s your order in Yard Sale’s excellent pizzas.
Farina is a straightforward pizzeria two minutes from Notting Hill Gate station serving perfectly decent Neapolitan-style pizzas.
Lost Boys in Camden is the kind of casual pizza joint that makes you think you can get on board with a vampire themed menu afterall.
Theo’s is Camberwell’s go-to for top quality pizza, as well as sandwiches, cocktails, and everything you need in a restaurant.
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.
Happy Face is an all-day pizza place near Kings Cross that serves decent and inexpensive pizzas in a large, child-friendly space.
Fare Bar and Canteen at the Clerkenwell end of Old Street has an all-day cafe and bar serving pizzas upstairs, and stylish restaurant downstairs.
Sodo is a pizza restaurant on the Upper Clapton Road in Hackney, serving some of the best sourdough pizzas in London.
Cecconi’s Pizza Bar is a simple Italian-style spot on Old Compton Street serving decent and inexpensive pizzas.
Santa Maria is a proper Neapolitan pizza joint in Fitzrovia. By proper we mean it’s excellent. And it’s inexpensive too.