The main reason to visit any of the Homeslice locations is that they make some of the best thin-crust pizzas in London, and each one is approximately the size of a 90s satellite dish. Sharing is therefore advised. The Fitzrovia location is useful for plenty of situations. Use it for a casual mid-week dinner, a pre- or post-shopping meal, or for gathering a crew for a bite and a few beers before heading out.
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