Tank & Paddle Heddon Street


The first of the Tank & Paddle franchises to hit the West End, this latest venue from the pizza and beer connoisseurs has an edge on its sister sites in Bishopsgate and Minster. For one thing, it is the only location to be open for a full 7 days a week, meaning that those looking for a little Sunday slice-and-a-brew action can seek sanctuary in this lovely pizzeria just off Regent Street.

Thin base, stone baked pizzas are the order of the day at Tank & Paddle, and come in either a regular pizza size, or a whopping yard-long sharer. The kitchen also serves up a range of mac'n'cheeses as well as salads and nibbles. On the bar there's a great range of beers to sample. Meantime Brewery provide the fresh tank beers, and there's an ever-changing line-up of local and global craft beers in the fridges to keep you occupied. 

Tank & Paddle Heddon Street will also be throwing out great weekly offers for you to enjoy, from £5 pizza Mondays, to £2 pints on Tuesdays and a £10 pint and a pizza deal on Wednesdays. As if that weren't enough to tempt you, there's also Shuffleboard and a range of other games to keep you entertained for a evening, and even an eating challenge - Dude Vs Dough.


  • Happily Affordable ££
  • Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
  • No Door Charge
  • Casual


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 12:00 23:00
Tuesday 12:00 0:00
Wednesday 12:00 1:00
Thursday 12:00 1:00
Friday 12:00 2:00
Saturday 12:00 2:00
Sunday 12:00 23:00



Tank & Paddle Heddon Street, 15, Heddon Street, W1B 4BF



Nearest Station

Piccadilly Circus (Tube)


  • Cuisines

    This venue serves Italian, American and Pizza food.

  • A word from the chef:

    Tank & Paddle offers a range of delicious stonebaked pizzas as well as salads, mac'n'cheeses and nibbles.

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Our Review

Tank & Paddle Heddon Street - London Restaurant Review

It’s a windy Wednesday evening, and the Beast From The East is raining merry hell upon the London transport system. I’ve just been evacuated from Oxford Circus and I’ve nearly slipped and died three times trying to get down Regent Street in inappropriate footwear. But it’s fine, everything is…