9 August 2013

Homeslice Review

Last week my boyfriend and I went to try Homeslice, a new Pizza restaurant in Covent Garden. It’s situated in Neal’s Yard, the cute, colourful little hideaway just off Seven Dials. 

Homeslice serve thin crust wood fired pizza’s either by the slice or a full sized 20” with a small selection but interesting toppings. Naturally we opted for the 20” with one half mushroom, ricotta and pumpkin seed and the other half corn, chorizo and coriander. Other interesting choices were ox tail, horseradish and cream and bone marrow, watercress and spring onion. I don’t think either of us realised how big a 20” pizza was until it arrived. 

The wine is served in huge magnums and you only pay for the amount that you’ve drunk- if you’re halfway between glasses they will generously charge you for the lesser.

These pizzas are excellent quality, from the thought that goes into the different toppings to the crispy thin-ness of the base. The staff are uber friendly and very accommodating. I think word of this fun little place may be spreading around London so be prepared for a short wait- especially if it’s a Friday or Saturday.
We ended the evening by walking down towards the strand for Frozen Yoghurt and a stroll along Waterloo bridge. Even after living in London for 3 years I still absolutely love the view you get from this bridge- it’s one of my favourite parts of London.


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