1. Pizza Union25 Sandy's Row, Spitalfields, London
2. Silver Dollar Pizza232 Imperial Dr, London
3. CRATE BreweryThe White Building, Unit 7, Queen's Yard, London
4. Ruben's Bakehouse52 Heath Rd, Twickenham
5. Addommè17-21 Sternhold Ave, London
6. Bravi Ragazzi2a SunnyHill Rd, Streatham, London
7. Story Deli123 Bethnal Green Rd, Shoreditch, London
This slightly industrial space may not look like a place that does legitimately good pizza, but remember what your mum told you about judging books by their covers. Boasting speedy, fresh, oven-baked pizza, and a solid menu with a good range of booze, these guys are also ridiculously cheap, with the most expensive pie coming in at £6.50.
Having been in the pizza game since 1959, Silver Dollar likes to fly under the radar, however it routinely gets hunted down by A-listers and pizza lovers alike. The decor hans’t changed in 50 years, and the staff keeps things straight forward, but you’re not going for any of that. You are there for the basic pepperoni pizza on super-thin, crispy crust.
Beer & pizza is the most unbeatable combination this side of whoever China puts out for synchronized diving, which is why CRATE is making both onsite in its expansive, Olympic-adjacent space, which is decorated like a really creative tornado ripped through a scrapyard, along the way upcycling bed springs into lighting and wooden pallets into seats.
This family-run bakery in Twickenham takes their craft very seriously and the result is a full menu of a number of tasty breads and pizzas that are some of the best around.
Owners Stefano and Nadia must have brought some kind of pizza magic from their native Capri, because their little pizzeria causes people to swiftly develop addictions, thanks to their simple flavor combos and wood-fired 'za.
In the Neapolitan pizza capitol of London -- that's Streatham for those just tuning in -- a group of siblings have created some of the thinnest pizza in London, but it's still totally loaded with toppings. They seriously know how to work that dough to give it the right amount of structure! The dining room is tiny, so people wait at the pub across the street for the Provolina, which is loaded with smoked cheese, cherry tomatoes, rocket, and extra virgin olive oil.
This Shoreditch spot features some of the best pizza in London, with a menu of more than 10 different pies to choose from, made with fresh ingredients from mascarpone to goat's cheese to crushed bird's eye chillies.