Lunch at Homeslice Pizza (Seven Dials, London)

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Pizza is one of my favourite foods. When I was growing up, my parents always got pizza on Sunday nights; this was then moved to every Friday night after our local pizza place was bought out by a major local company and they changed the recipe. We would relax and eat pizza once a week for as long as I can remember. I don't have it that often anymore, but I do love good pizza and have a preference for the thin crust (Italian style). 


Readers may remember my trip earlier this year to Pizza Pilgrims, which is a London pizza chain serving up delicious pizzas. I had the chance to give Homeslice Pizza a try recently, and I was not disappointed at all. I had only a slice of cheese pizza, but I could have had a lot more.


Homeslice is located in Neal's Yard, which is close to Covent Garden and Seven Dials. Neal's Yard is a hidden courtyard with a few shops and restaurants. Homeslice occupies one of these spaces, and there's several seats indoors as well as outdoors. The company began its life in an east London brewery, and they have perfected the pizza dough over the course of the past three years. Pizzas are cooked and heated up in a wood fire oven, which can be seen at the back in the photograph below.


Tap water seved in chilled bottles is free, and a slice of pizza is a little on the costly side. I would love to go back to share a whole pizza with someone. The pizzas are ideally made for sharing. A slice of pizza was just enough for lunch or a snack. The bread is quite light and I did not find it too 'heavy'.


I am looking forward to returning. 

Homeslice is located at 13 Neal's Yard, Seven Dials, WC2H 9DP. They are open Monday to Saturday until late and serve pizza slices at all hours from noon. For whole pizzas, the hours are noon until 10:30pm. Their Sunday hours are noon until 9:00pm. 

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