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The London Pizza Delivery Guide

33 great pizza spots doing delivery.
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It’s safe to say that that this past year, dough enthusiasm took the country by storm. And while there was a time when bags of flour were popping up on eBay like the latest Supreme drop, the best kind of dough has always comes out of box, hot and ready, covered in cheese and sauce. That’s because pizza is still one of (if not the) best takeaway to get. Here’s a guide to where you should be ordering them in from.

North

Italian

Bethnal Green

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If there’s one thing that can make us believe in a higher power, it’s the same people behind Circolo Popolare and Gloria opening a delivery service. Yes, that means you can order that truffle pizza that brought happy tears to your eyes, as well as their special XXL lemon pie and tiramisu. Find out if you’re in their Kentish Town or Wood Green delivery zones here.


This Crouch End pizzeria is delivering its Neapolitan-style pizzas around North London. With thin tomatoey bases, chewy crusts, and toppings like nduja, mozzarella di bufala, and aubergine, this spot will satisfy that craving.


We’re a little bit obsessed with the spicy salami La Diavola pizza from Quartieri. And when we say a little bit, we mean a lot. But if you’re not in the mood for something with a chilli kick, you can’t go wrong with ordering their other traditional Napoli pizzas either. They’re based in Kilburn and also have a little deal going on where you can get 2 pizzas for £18.


For all our fans of mozzarella and alliteration out there, Pizzeria Pappagone is for you. This neighbourhood spot in Stroud Green have been serving their margheritas, pizza alla americana, and classic Hawaii, since the 90s. Heads up, there’s also gelato.


Another Stroud Green neighbourhood pizzeria, La Saporita delivers the kind of food that’s like a warm hug. We’re talking calamari fritti, gnocchi al gorgonzola, and of course, pizza. Their traditional pizze starts at £7.50 for margherita, but they have everything from a 16-inch vegetarian medley to a half-pizza, half-calzone to choose from.


True Craft is one of those neighbourhood spots that will make you understand the concept of Cheers. Part pub, part pizzeria this Seven Sisters local are now delivering their excellent sourdough pizzas, including our personal favourite, the Bang! Pepper. If mascarpone and sweet balsamic peppers don’t take your fancy, we’re also very into the Nduja Like it. Mostly because it’s tasty but yes, partially because we love a pun.


Yard Sale have started to become closely associated with the pubs close to their five locations, and their UFO-sized 19-inch pizzas should become closely associated with your face. Chuck your postcode into their shop locator to see if they deliver to you. For your sake, we hope they do.


Are you vegan? Do you like pizza? Do you like puppies? Okay, well, everyone likes puppies. But if you answered yes to the previous questions then Purezza is for you. They deliver exclusively vegan Italian food, including their plant-based sourdough pizzas. Expect toppings like shaved seitan, aubergine, black truffle, and wood-smoked tofu.


Much like our exes and pre-isolation dreams, there are Zia Lucias scattered across London. Their Holloway branch is delivering across north London and they’re serving a short and sweet menu of Grade A proper pizza using their 48-hour, slow-risen dough.


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Lost Boys is a real mood. They’re a casual Camden pizza joint with a mild vampire theme and moody, charcoal pizzas to match. If you’re thinking that a spot that has something called ‘Fangs For The Memory’ on their menu would be naff, think again, the pizza here is great. They’re also delivering their cocktails and have some seriously good meal deals.


Sodo Pizza Cafe - Walthamstow

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We’ve said before that the sourdough pizza from Sodo is consistently up there with the best in London. And now that we’ve made our own “pizza” at home. We mean it more than ever. Thankfully they’re alternating open days between their Walthamstow and Clapton branches. Order here or check their Instagram for opening and collection details.


South

You know what your diet has been missing? No, not more Jaffa Cakes. It’s been missing Detroit-style pizza. This pizza spot just off Clapham Road is delivering some of the best deep-dish pizza you can get in London. Think a chewy focaccia-like base, so.much.cheese. And fun toppings like pulled rib meat, spicy honey, and vodka sauce. Order here. P.S. have a whole separate vegan menu.


If there’s one thing that can make us believe in a higher power, it’s the same people behind Circolo Popolare and Gloria opening a delivery service. Yes, that means you can order that truffle pizza that brought happy tears to your eyes, as well as their special XXL lemon pie and tiramisu. Find out if you’re in their Wandsworth delivery zone here.


Theo’s in Camberwell makes some of London’s chewiest, sauciest, most-chilli-sauce-suited Neapolitan-style pizza in London, and they’re doing takeaway and local delivery around their restaurant in Camberwell. They’re also selling pizza donation vouchers for the team at King’s College Hospital.


Sharing is caring when it comes to pizza, or at least it is when we want some. With that in mind, Peckham’s Made of Dough are doing lunchtime, dinner, and all-day deals involving their fior di latte covered pizzas, garlic bread with a side of rosemary aioli, and sometimes a bottle of wine too.


Much like our exes and pre-isolation dreams, there are Zia Lucias scattered across London. Their Battersea kitchen is delivering across south London and they’re serving a short and sweet menu of Grade A proper pizza using their 48-hour, slow-risen dough.


East

If there’s one thing that can make us believe in a higher power, it’s the same people behind Circolo Popolare and Gloria opening a delivery service. Yes, that means you can order that truffle pizza that brought happy tears to your eyes, as well as their special XXL lemon pie and tiramisu. Find out if you’re in their Shoreditch or Bethnal Green delivery zones here.


Yard Sale have started to become closely associated with pubs close to their five locations, and their UFO-sized 19-inch pizzas should become closely associated with your face. Chuck your postcode into their shop locator to see if they deliver to you. For your sake, we hope they do.


The pizzas from Trattoria N16 are charred and doughy, which is just how we like them, and you probably will too. This Newington Green spot has a pretty good selection - the salsiccia friarielli with fennel sausage and broccoli is a favourite - and you can order a bottle of natural wine if you fancy it too.


Live near Old Street? You can now get clay-oven pizzas delivered from Passo, as well as Make Your Own Pizza Kits in case you want to feel, you know, like you made it yourself. Whether you choose a pizza or a kit, it’s hard to go wrong with some burrata, and a bottled negroni on the side. You can order here.


We’ve said before that the sourdough pizza from Sodo is consistently up there with the best in London. And now that we’ve made our own “pizza” at home. We mean it more than ever. Thankfully they’re alternating open days between their Walthamstow and Clapton branches. Order here or check their Instagram for opening and collection details.


West

Santa Maria is a west London stalwart and, thankfully, they’re still delivering from their Ealing and Chelsea locations. Their pizza is both crispy and soft, saucy and all over your face, and the buffalo mozzarella is as creamy as you can get delivered.


Much like our exes and pre-isolation dreams, there are Zia Lucias scattered across London. Their Hammersmith branch is delivering across west London and they’re serving a short and sweet menu of Grade A proper pizza using their 48-hour, slow-risen dough.


When pizza has become your primary food group, it can be pretty nice to switch it up. Tokyo Pizza in Maida Vale do creative takes on your classic pizzas, including a wagyu beef short rib number that’s covered in spicy mayo and yaki niku liquor. Expect plenty of kimchi, sweet soy truffle glaze, Japanese salads, and cold sake.


If we were going to describe Notting Hill’s Saporitalia in one word, we’d say old school. Okay, technically that’s two words, but the point is that this classic, lowkey spot is serving some very decent pizza. You’ll find all of the classic pizza combinations on their long menu, as well as wine, pasta dishes, and of course, a tiramisu.


Look, we’re going to tell you about Arancina’s pizzas in a hot second, but let’s just kick this off by telling you that this Notting Hill spot do a nutella pizza ring. We repeat, a nutella pizza ring. Anyway, back to the pizzas - they deliver paletta style, long, rectangular pizza that are perfect for sharing. Or you know, destroying in one blissful sitting.


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This family run Italian restaurant is delivering its delicious pizzas around Chelsea and Clapham. You can order ready-to-eat pizza or DIY pizza kits which include a bottle of wine. We’d also order the Nutella pizza for dessert because... do we really have to explain why?


Central

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L’antica Pizzeria Da Michele

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This Baker Street spot is the sibling to one of Naples’ best pizzerias. Basically, if you think about it for long enough, ordering from here is almost like you’re travelling. Kind of. Anyway, although their pizzas are more expensive than most, it’s worth it if you’ve got a serious craving for the Neapolitan variety. They’re also delivering their charcuterie, arancino, and plenty more classic Italian starters.


If there’s one thing that can make us believe in a higher power, it’s the same people behind Circolo Popolare and Gloria opening a delivery service. Yes, that means you can order that truffle pizza that brought happy tears to your eyes, as well as their special XXL lemon pie and tiramisu. Find out if you’re in their Fitzrovia delivery zone here.


Over on Drury Lane, Ecco are a casual Italian spot delivering pizza favourites like a four cheese, a big pepperoni number, and one called ‘spicy’ that involves Spanish chorizo and jalapenos. Most of their pizzas are around the £11 mark, but for an extra couple of pounds you can upgrade to one of their bigger, speciality pizzas.


Santa Maria is a west London stalwart and, thankfully, they’re still delivering from their Fitzrovia location. Their pizza is both crispy and soft, saucy and all over your face, and the buffalo mozzarella is as creamy as you can get delivered.


If you’re around Old Street or Clerkenwell, Fare Bar And Canteen is delivering tasty pizzas, as well as a small selection of groceries, wines, beers, and 750ml bottles of pre-mixed cocktails that you’re definitely going to want to get involved in. Keep in mind that they fire up the pizza ovens at 5pm every evening.


If you like thin-crust pizzas the size of Kanye West’s ego, then you’re going to love Homeslice. Order one of their giant 20-inch pizzas to share with your favourite human - or to eat by yourself - if you live close enough to their Marylebone restaurant.


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