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8.2

Detroit Pizza London

££££

75 Commercial Street, London
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This small but mighty operation started out as a delivery and takeaway-only situation in Battersea during the pandemic. But since then, this Detroit-style pizza spot has opened a permanent restaurant on Commercial Street with exposed brick, a huge blackboard menu, and American paraphernalia hung up around the place. 

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It’s not the kind of space you’ll spend hours in, mostly because it’s small, but also because it’s more of an in-and-out kind of place. There are a handful of high tables and stools where you can perch, making this welcome addition to Spitalfields a great spot to hit up for a quick weekday lunch. And while a single £4 slice of their 'Red Stripe' is enough to fill you up, the dough is so chewy and so fluffy, with a layer of cheese and a river of rich marinara on top, that we're willing to bet you'll want a whole pie. Because when they’re the kind of cheese-covered, marinara-heavy, deep-dish pizzas that taste as good as they look, everyone’s going to want a slice.

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Their menu has 10 pizzas to choose from including classics you’d expect, like pepperoni and margherita, and toppings you won't find everywhere like a vegetarian number topped with cacio e pepe sauce, mushrooms, and potato, and a cheeseburger pizza—topped with minced meat, pickles, and burger sauce—that actually tastes like a cheeseburger. And while they’ve got some perfectly inoffensive buffalo wings and salads on the menu, you’ll regret filling your stomach space with anything other than the excellent pizza, so don’t bother. 

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Food Rundown

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Red Stripe

A single slice of this is probably the best thing to happen to anyone with an office job since the hybrid work week. An airy focaccia-like base with a layer of cheese and a rich marinara, this is the one to order if you’re only getting one.

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Margherita

Baby plum tomatoes, plenty of basil, and obviously heavy on the cheese, this is the kind of fresh-tasting pizza you can eat even when you're 'really not that hungry'.

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Cheeseburger Pizza

It looks like a pizza, smells like a burger, and tastes like an imperfectly balanced combination of the two. It’s got the fluffy deep-dish base, minced meat, a slice of american cheese per slice, and beautifully distributed pickles, with a very healthy serving of burger sauce on top of all of that. It definitely leans more burger, in a good way. And FYI It usually comes with bacon, but you should know that if you ask them to leave that out, then it’s halal.

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