What they say:
Since its Hoxton Square opening in December 2016, Radio Alice has had a buzz about it. It's proved so popular, that founders Matteo and Salvatore Aleo have opened a second restaurant less than six months later in South London. Radio Alice Clapham has many of the same features as the original, with toppings put on pizza after it's been stonebaked to bring out more flavours.
What we say:
Named after an Italian pirate radio station, Radio Alice is going from strength to strength with their affordable and seriously tasty pizzas. Starting from £5.90, pizzas have various bases including organic fiordilatte and organic tomato. There is also a selection of Italian starters such as burrata and Prosciutto di Parma, and wine includes house options from Libera Terra, a charity that plants vines in reclaimed mafia land.