Fire & Stone

31-32 Maiden Lane , London, WC2E 7JS

Fire & Stone London restaurant bar

SquareMeal Review of Fire & Stone

If you’re after a classic Italian pizza, you might be disappointed at Fire & Stone, as there are only five on the menu. What you get instead is a global selection of toppings, themed by continent and drawing inspiration from place names around the world. It’s an original concept that has won many fans, who seldom have a bad word to say about the cooking however service is a recurring gripe. A lively young crowd keeps the place busy, so it’s worth booking ahead to avoid the weekend queues.

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Special offers from Fire & Stone

Christmas Menu 3 Courses £19.95pp

From: 19 November 2018

To: 01 January 2019

Max: 20

- Deposit of £5 per person required for groups of 10 +, along with a pre-order. - Cancellation period 7 days

Christmas Menu 2 Courses £16.95pp

From: 19 November 2018

To: 01 January 2019

Max: 20

- Deposit of £5 per person required for groups of 10 +, along with a pre-order. - Cancellation period 7 days

Party Menu 2 - 2 courses and a drink for 19.95 per person

From: 04 July 2017

To: 30 November 2018

Max: 30

This offer is available from July 4, 2017 until November 30, 2018, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Not available in conjunction with other offers. Offer excludes service.

Party Menu 1 - 2 courses and a drink for 17.95 per person

From: 04 July 2017

To: 30 November 2018

Max: 30

This offer is available from July 4, 2017 until November 30, 2018, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Not available in conjunction with other offers. Offer excludes service.

Look for the "£" icon when booking (offers only available on certain days/times)

Fire & Stone Location

31-32 Maiden Lane , London WC2E 7JS

Opening times

Mon-Sun 12N-11pm (Thurs-Sat -12M)

Fire & Stone's Reviews

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Food & Drink: 4.7

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Service: 6.0

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Atmosphere: 5.5

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Value: 5.5

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Food + drink: 4

Service: 5

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 5

18 August 2013

Great service, attentive without being intrusive. Possibly could have done with not squeezing quite so many tables in thus meaning you wouldn't be sat quite so close to everyone else, but not a major issue. We had the pre theatre menu – Arancini starter was lovely and arrived very quickly. We both had pizzas – my Mexico City pizza was great, other half chose the New York which he enjoyed, but thought the caramised onion was a little overwhelming. Chocolate brownie for dessert was lovely, I wouldn't recommend the cinnamon stick dessert as we couldn't get our teeth through them!! Very good value overall for central London/theatre district, would definitely go again and would recommend to anyone looking to eat somewhere very close to the strand etc

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Food + drink: 3

Service: 3

Atmosphere: 3

Value: 4

18 April 2013

I took my team for a Christmas lunch – yes what a splurge, good manager I hear you say! – to fire and stone. It was as expected, crackers with silly gifts, hats that don't fit your head and pizza! The Pizzas were nice, good selection, spicy and vegetarian, catering for all. The service was … okay, nothing to specifically write home about, but what do you expect when you have a group of Christmas hat wearing, jovial sales people to tend to, I don't think our waitress was over-awed by us. Overall, the deal was great, we got 3 courses, food that was good enough to scoff and we were out of there under 2 hours with no complaints. All in all, I would go back, as it was fun with a group of people for a cheap, filling meal. But that's it. It's a high street pizzeria, don't expect more than that.

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Food + drink: 3

Service: 3

Atmosphere: 2

Value: 3

HP

Gold Reviewer
13 April 2009

There is a huge number of pizzerias in London and if you want proper, straightforward Italian pizza, then you are probably better off going elsewhere. However, you can hardly argue with two pizzas for a tenner (F&S always have offers on – check their website) and I haven't come across anywhere else that does the kind of pizza toppings that they do. Today was my third visit to F&S and frankly, the best so far. The dough is quite different to a classic Italian pizza base; thicker and more breadlike but still quite light. The theme of the menu is geographical; the pizzas are influenced by the different continents (Africa, Australiasia, The Amercias etc.) and the options are quite varied. This kind of pizza isn't going to appeal to everyone but the choices at F&S make a real change. I had the ‘Lombok’ (prawns, hoi sin sauce, mozzarella, red peppers and spring onions) and it was really tasty. The restaurant itself is usually busy (there are often queues so they must be doing something right) and because of the minimalist decor, it can be quite noisy. If you're bored of your normal pizza place and go armed with a voucher, then it if definitely worth coming here.

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