This Earl’s Court pizzeria is intimate and cosy, perfect for small get together and casual dates. Just across the road from Earl’s Court underground station or a ten minute walk to Kensington Olympia, its super easy to get to or for heading off to the rest of London.
Located in a quaint area of west London, this branch is superbly situated and is surrounded by pockets of green spaces, stunning hotels, and plenty of vintage shops to peruse. The restaurant is just down the road from the immense Holland Park, where you can check out the peacocks in the Kyoto garden after you eat your pizza. There are also loads of museums and cultural checkpoints nearby, in the neighbouring Kensington, with the cool Design Museum and Tower House.
The pizza is made in the traditional Neapolitan-style way which means beautiful crunchy and chewy sourdough bases, cooked in Tufac brick ovens, custom-made and imported from Italy. The ovens are not the only thing brought in from Italy; the wines are sourced from Abruzzo, Piedmont, and Sicilian vineyards, as well as the tomatoes and cured meats. Lots of the ingredients are also home-grown, locally produced in British farms to offer the best seasonal vegetables and cheeses. The Colston Bassett stilton and milky mozzarellas are delicious options to add to any pizza. The beers are no-logo from London breweries.
The sourdough bases are also available as gluten-free pizzas and there are vegan cheese options. The chicken and lamb sausages are halal too. The options are flexible for everyone, and the waiters are accommodating and helpful with a recommendation or two. Even the kids get their own special picirillo menu which doesn’t compromise on any flavour either, just smaller versions of the adult pizzas. So what are you waiting for? Go get some sourdough pizza.