The Beautiful Pizza Boy

182 Bellenden Road , London, SE15 4BW

The Beautiful Pizza Boy London restaurant bar Italian pizza

SquareMeal Review of The Beautiful Pizza Boy

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Peckham Rye Station 401m

East Dulwich Station 944m


Address: 182 Bellenden Road , London SE15 4BW

Area: Queens Road (Peckham) Station

Opening times

Tues-Fri 5pm-10.30pm Sat-Sun 10am-10.30pm (Sun -9pm)

Nearby Landmarks

Premier Cinema 546m

Aquarius Golf Club 1km


Telephone: 020 3030 5019


Cuisine: Italian Pizza


Food & Drink: 6.0

Service: 6.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 8.0

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 2.0

Value: 4.0

liz p. 18 December 2016

We were really excited about having a new place to go for dinner on Bellenden Road and thought the decor and set up of the new restaurant looked fabulous. But sadly after our first visit to the Beautiful pizza boy, we were left feeling pretty disappointed. First off is the music. The sound system is terrible, and the music so loud you can't hear yourself think which makes for a less than relaxing ambience. We asked for it to be turned down so we could have a conversation but were told some tracks were louder than others. It's really off putting and just gets on your nerves. The arancini balls were flavourless and an odd texture, the pizza's distinctly average lacking that real Italian flavour. We did give it another chance and went a second time - some of the pizza's were cold and whilst the staff were accommodating in getting us new ones this just meant we were all out of sync with our food. The staff are actually quite friendly though there's a strange tall guy who wafts around always on his mobile ignoring customers as they come and go. It's a shame as it's a prime location and we'd have been regulars if it had been better. It's just can't compete with Artusi and The Begging Bowl which are just on a different level.