20 inches goodness
There are countless statements on what is the right way to make a proper pizza, from how thick is the base to the type of cheese just to name a few. But for me, as long if it tastes good, I am not bothered if it is New York style or British style. Homeslice offers 20 inches wood fired pizza, which you can pick up to two flavours and cooked to order. The classic salami with Parmesan was all about peppery and mild spicy flavours, the freshness of the rocket went beautifully with the nutty and rich taste of the cheese and cured meat. The pizza dough was soft and smooth, cooked perfectly and dare I say, it was even a notch above one of my personal favourite pizza joint Franco Manca.
|Homeslice Pizza kitchen|
|salami, rocket and parmasan|
|goat shoulder, savoy cabbage and yoghurt|
The other half: goat shoulder with yoghurt was one of the most interesting pizzas I have encountered. No tomato sauce, a good load of well seasoned goat meat with fresh savoy cabbage. It was almost like a kebab, lovely rich flavours with a sour undertone from the sumac yoghurt. You will need at least two people to finish off the 20 inches monster, solo diners are best to order by the slice, however the choices are much more limited (only three, all classic flavours such as Margherita). To sum it up, a great pizza joint with some creative factor, I would more than happy to return to try other flavours in the future.
What I paid:
£11 per head
Average cost without drinks and services:
13 Neal's Yard, London WC2H 9DP