What began as a three-wheeled pizza van circuiting London’s street-food markets has morphed into a full-blown restaurant, with a heavy-duty oven and a counter for on-the-go eating, plus a charming underground dining room playfully kitted out with vintage Italian posters, green-checked plastic tablecloths and even a table-football station. The brown-paper menu is inspired by pizza’s Neapolitan roots – so expect lightly burnished, ‘wondrous crusts’ and springy bases dotted sparingly with top-quality mozzarella and other ingredients, from tangy ricotta with artichokes and smoked garlic to spicy fennel sausage with wild broccoli, Parmesan and basil. For afters, don’t miss the fluffy pizza ring oozing pockets of hot Nutella. Bubbly 90s’ pop and easy-on-the-eye staff exude good vibrations, while keenly priced Italian cocktails and house wines by the carafe make this no-bookings newcomer an ‘affordable and delicious’ Soho treat.
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