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Homeslice began life with a hand-built wood fired oven in the courtyard of London Fields Brewery in 2011. Having gained momentum serving up slices across the capital’s street food markets and festivals, Homeslice took to bricks and mortar in 2013 with their first permanent site at 13 Neal’s Yard. Serving 20” pizzas, available whole or by the slice, alongside a drinks menu of wine, beer and frizzante.
Amazing pizza with amazing topping combos! Veggie and vegan options are equally amazing! Mmmm
The BEST PIZZA in London!!! You can get delivery or go to the restaurant for pick-up or eat-in.
“This museum of immigration explores the waves of newcomers that helped shape the modern, multicultural city. It is an extraordinary place – an early 18th-century house built for a Huguenot silk merchant. The space in the attic was the workshop for weavers and there's a rare surviving synagogue in the garden. So many different people have lived here since then – Irish, Jews, Bengalis and Somalis – and because it hasn't been restored the history of the area is written in the dusty walls.”
“Our local Vietnamese go to (for now) there are tons near this area so you can have your pick from BYO places to a more fancy atmosphere. We like this because it’s cozy and flavourful! We come here mainly for the Bun bowls (noodle salads). I have not tried other items here though! ”
“Wow - the best Indian food I've found in town and it doesn't cost a fortune! This is not your typical English Indian takeaway style food. It has more of a street style menu with the addition of being in really amazing restaurant interiors. You feel like you're in a colonial restaurant in India, its great! Side note- if you are less than 6 people you may have to queue at busy times but its so worth it and they bring you drinks while you wait! If you are more than 6, then you can book”