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Originally a pop-up, Homeslice has found a permanent home for its wood-fired pizza oven among the craft stores, rainbow cafés and natural apothecaries of Neal’s Yard. Weekend shoppers and tourists
join a young local crowd in the buzzy whitewashed dining room with its plain wooden tables and vintage industrial vibe. There's only one thing on the menu – although a changing roll call of artisan
toppings sets Homeslice apart from your average high-street pizzeria. Creative combinations include moist pork belly with zesty chimichurri and smoked onions or white anchovy with chard, Doddington
cheese and a spritz of orange zest. All come with perfectly crisp bases and delicious doughy crusts; order by the slice or get stuck into the magnificent 20-inch version, washed down with crisp
Saint lager, Prosecco or house wines delivered in measurable magnums (simply pay for what you drink). Takeaway slices, too.
I think we have possibly eaten the best pizza in town.I am aware that is an incredibly bold statement to make, especially as I haven't eaten all the pizza in London. I try, I really try to eat all the pizza to give you accurate results but I'm telling you, this is pretty god-dam good.Let me introduce you, if you don't already know them, to Homeslice...
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Hidden on Neal's yard near Covent Garden. This new restaurant Homeslice is perfect if you like pizza.The atmosphere is friendly and simple, there is benches and simple tables, food is served on a kind of wood plate (if you order a whole pizza) or a paper plate!...
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There are more pizza restaurants in London then there are slow-moving convoys of exchange students, so any new pizza place has to try hard to stand out from the crowd. Homeslice, a new restaurant in Neal’s Yard of Covent Garden, relies on two hooks – huge 20in pizzas topped with unusual ingredients, available whole for £20 or by the slice for £4. Neither of these will please puritanical fans of traditional Neapolitan-style pizzas, so Homeslice has to get both the quality of the base and the combination of toppings spot-on to avoid being nothing more than a gimmick restaurant for tourists and other novelty-seekers...
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First things first, the pictures are going to be pretty bad this blog. The place was dark and bad for taking photos. But the food was delicious!Homeslice started from a street vendor and now create some really really delicious pizza at the heart of the busy Covent Garden...
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Homeslice originally started out selling pizzas from a homebuilt wood fired oven in the courtyard of London Fields Brewery. After two very popular years it’s finally found itself a bricks and mortar home at Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden.They don’t take reservations so the six of us had a lengthy hour long wait for a table – we could at least wander off and get a drink which is always a plus.The inside was really buzzy; filled with noisy chatter and merriment which was helped by the long shared bench tables. This did however make things awfully cramped; we had very little room at all...
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