The pizza was of a perfect size and freshly cooked, a good balance between dough, tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese and toppings. The ingredients were not very well spread, so I couldn’t have the mix of flavours on every slice, but overall it was very nice. The price is very convenient, way cheaper than any other pizza place in the area.
The service is really quick, the girl at the till was lovely to chat with and made recommendations on my order. They give you a buzzer and you can take a seat, after that the pizza takes minutes!
Very informal and basic atmosphere, half way through between an Italian pizzeria and an American diner, with high tables and stools. It caters for everyone as you can choose which kind of table to sit at! Everything is silver-grey themed, which gives the place a fast-food atmosphere, but also a look of genuine and traditional kitchen steel furniture.
The place was quite clean, the only thing is that they leave their doors open, so it gets cold if you sit next to one of the two entrances. The dishes were clean and cutlery is optional as they cut every pizza in slices before serving it. Cutlery is available to take from dispensers in a corner of the restaurant.
The concept is quite new for London, as it's widespread in Italy but still not that common here in the UK. Pizza in Italy is a cheap, quick meal, and this place perfectly embodies this idea, also sticking to the typical Italian custom of one-pizza-per-person. It is catered for all tastes, with a wide range of choice of toppings, as well as dips and different oils.
The price is perfect. Just cheap as any pizza should be. It avoids offering oversize pizzas, all the pizzas are the same size and they vary according to toppings, starting with Margherita at £3.75.