It's not just the pretty Venn Street surroundings that makes Radio Alice prime picking for pizza lovers in London, their menu boasts a regularly rotating vegan option for those that want to taste authentic Italian slices using natural 'mother' yeast.
Best Vegan Pizzas in London
Some with a wealth of knowledge when in comes to pizza may gasp at the thought, but let's be honest, vegans aren't ruining the slice by ditching the cheese; they're making it their own, with plenty of amazing flavours and unique takes on classics along the way. So whether you're into dairy-free toppings, giving Veganuary a go, or simply can't miss out on a marinara moment, check out our recommendations for London's best vegan pizza restaurants.
With venues spanning London from Canary Wharf to Shoreditch, Pizza Pilgrims is an affordable, laid-back dinner spot. Serving up Nepoli-inspired slices, their signature Marinara pizza is topped with tomato sauce, olive oil, garlic, basil and oregano for only £5.50.
Located in the heart of the city, Tank and Paddle is known for its supersized pizzas. Vegans can choose from a truffle and mushroom slice, or the Give It Oumph - which includes pulled Oumph (made from soybeans in BBQ sauce), vegan cheese, spring onion and coriander.
Bringing a slice of Italian madness to the heart of Battersea, Bunga Bunga know a thing or two about throwing a raucous bash. Head here on the weekend to gorge on the Herbiverous Hero or Puro Paridiso, before taking to the stage for a round of Bungaoke - sparklers at the ready.
Crust Bros have brought an entirely unique pizza concept to London, with build-your-own at the forefront of their menu. So what can vegans tuck into? Sure, you can build for the base up, but why not try their vegan margherita with vegan mozzarella for just £7.95?
Camden's Lost Boys Pizza is a tribute to all things Transylvania. Each vampire-themed pizza is made with a black charcoal base, and topped with the freshest local ingredients. Enjoy one of their veggie or vegan pizzas and a pint for only £10 every Monday.
Feeling local but tasting smart, Zia Lucia are bringing you vegan pizzas with a world of flavour. Head down to Holloway Road for their sumptuous Vegana with utternut squash cream, fresh tomatoes da campo and asparagus.
Purezza are pure vegans at heart, and you need only check out the menu to prove it. From wholegrain sourdough pizzas to toppings that include vegan meat and cheese, these guys are at the forefront of cruelty-free slices in London.
They may be tucked away in an old glass factory, but Yard Sale Pizza aren't shy in shouting about their slices. The menu's not wholly vegan, but you can add vegan cheese and switch out toppings for a unique (and delicious) mix.
Not one to do things by half, Voodoo Rays' 22" feasts are not for the faint of heart. With the option to add a gluten-free base, The Vegan Queen is topped with artichoke hearts, green olives, sunblush tomatoes and a green pesto sauce - the stuff of dairy-free dreams.