Best Places To Eat Pizza in London

If you're looking to track down the kind of quality pizza that wouldn't look out of place in the very best pizzerias in Naples, this one's for you. We've put together a tried-and-tested list of the very best places to get a pizza in London, so whether you're mad for a margherita, passionate for a pepperoni or crazy for a capricciosa, we've got it covered. Check out our list and see if you agree!

Last updated on 12th November 2019

Apé Hour

The famous Pizza Pilgrims team shift their focus to West India Quay. Armed with the freshest ingredients and old recipes, the team have created a reputation for themselves when it comes to delivering amazing Neapolitan pizza dishes. If that wasn't enough, there's also a 16-player foosball table and huge plasma screens to keep you entertained. 

Bounce, Farringdon

1151 user reviews 4

If Wonderball is available I would like to add this to my booking. and 5 other offers

Another ping-pong venue that specialises in serving up mouth-watering pizza's can be found at Bounce, in Holborn. Their delicious wood-fired spheres of joy are all tasty, but we'll single out the spicy pork & fennel option as our favourite. It comes with plum tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, basil and fresh chilli to really leave an impression on those tastebuds. 

Bunga Bunga Battersea

31 user reviews 4

Part pizzeria, part bar, part karaoke venue, Bunga Bunga offers up simple, authentic pizzas with hilariously crafted names, like the 'Julius Cheeser' or the 'Micaela Margheriata'. Try the delightful 'share-issimo' which fuses two or more pizzas together on metro boards! Once you've let your dinner go down why not take to the stage and belt out a power ballad to the adoring Battersea crowd?

Tank and Paddle take their pizza making seriously with a huge range of delicious stone-baked dishes available. The pizza is cooked made-to-order ensuring absolute freshness and there's also a shed load of deals such as £5 pizzas on Monday - what's not to love? If you find yourself closer to Liverpool Street, be sure to check out the venue's sisters in Bishopsgate and Heddon Street, both complete with their own shuffleboard.

The Escapologist

1706 user reviews 4

The Escapologist's quirky theme and refined cocktail list might take a lot of the headlines, but mention must also go to the venue's delicious, cheese-drenched slices. One of the best places to eat pizza in London, they're served up in beautifully designed surroundings described as “part modern-day Victorian men's club, part Masonic Lodge”, and there's a fun yet refined list of cocktails to glug down on the side.

Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes

41 user reviews 4

Deliberately subtle on street level, Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes is in fact a quirky Shoreditch bar with a continually changing interior theme, always maintaining a sense of artistic atmosphere and home to art shows and events alike. This kooky, cool bar has another hidden treasure however - its pizza! Fresh, juicy and stone-baked, it is here you'll be trying your taste buds at the cheesy, tomato sweetness as you pick from its speckled and super scrummy selection.

These mouth-watering treats are some of London's best slices, with a recipe of wild yeast and organic stronground flour, they are eagerly sought after around London, Check out their sought after sites for airy bites and fine wines. 

Northcote Records

195 user reviews 5

Cheap Date - 2 Pizzas and 2 Drinks for £19 and 1 other offer

Looking for somewhere fun and slightly edgy to enjoy some pizza moments from Clapham Junction? Northcote Records has you covered, serving mouth-watering pizzas which start from just £6. There's also live bands taking the stage six nights of the week and a solid range of cocktails to savour at this fun-time haunt.

Fugitive Motel

3 user reviews 5

One of Bethnal Green's most sought-after bookings, this unique bar and restaurant offers some delicious sourdough pizzas from lunch through to dinner. Head down for the chance to stuff your face with mouthwatering melted cheese and chewy crusts, all washed down with a couple of craft beers from their extensive selection.

The Bat And Ball

486 user reviews 4

The best things in London start with P. Ping Pong and Pizza. No questions asked. The Bat and Ball combines both for some of the best East London grub. Head over to Stratford for a round of table tennis followed by a brew and slice from local pizzeria, Well Street Pizza. You can have yourself a slice for just £3 or have a sharable pie for friends.


24 user reviews 3

Based in London's Victoria, Greenwood has drawn in crowds from across London with its offering of stunning dishes and ice cold craft beers. The bar staff have worked tirelessly, pulling together some of the finest craft beers and real ales from London's most prestigious breweries, including the famous Long Arm Brewing company. But it's the amazing pizzas that have caught our eye. From traditional pies to quirky toppings, this has to be one of the best places to eat pizza in London.

Old Street Records

503 user reviews 4

Cheap Date - 2 Pizzas and 2 Drinks for £19 and 1 other offer

Old Street Records promises authentic Italian pizzas washed down with bespoke cocktails and a varied drinks menu. It's also one of the best spots for live music in Shoreditch, with regular EP launches, new bands and established live acts all turning out to make this one of the coolest hangouts in east London. More pizza? Why not try out Venn St Records too. 

The Hoxton Seven

10 user reviews 3

The Hoxton Seven Happy Hour!

Half speakeasy, half American diner, The Hoxton Seven generates an undeniably cool atmosphere in which to tuck into one of their famed authentic pizzas. The menu features great strength in depth, be sure to sample the pomodorini, mozzarella, gorgonzola, aubergines, courgettes and mushrooms offering, you won't be disappointed.

Lost Boys Pizza

45 user reviews 5

Ever had black pizza before? North London-based Lost Boys Pizza uses charcoal on their bases for a vampire-esque finish, and also throw excellent parties, from boozy bingo through to bottomless film screenings.