Pizza by the slice isn’t really a thing in the UK. We don’t know why. Someone, somewhere, probably with a name beginning with G, decided that the only slice we’ll eat on the move here will be a steak one. It’s a shame because if there were more pizza by the slice places like Voodoo Rays around, then we would all be much, much happier. Slices are £4 a go for the most part and it’s a very satisfying large snack or small dinner if you need something quick. The King Tubby - also, incidentally our childhood nickname - is a favourite, with a killer combo of sausage, caramelised onion, kale, and other delicious stuff. If you really want to feed a family (yourself) go all out with a whole one.
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