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Pizza al taglio, London

jack van praag Nov 26, 2010 01:34 AM

I am a great fan of pizza al taglio and am trying to find somewhere of exceptional quality in London. Am I being overly optimistic? I hope not.

I have recently tried adagio pizza al taglio in soho and was not impressed. ridiculous toppings and the much talked about dough was rather bland.

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    NYLONDave RE: jack van praag Nov 26, 2010 02:21 AM

    You should try Malleti Pizza in Clerkenwell. There's one in Soho as well I think.

    Great quality toppings in classic combos and a good crust.

    David

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      helen b RE: NYLONDave Nov 26, 2010 07:57 AM

      Best pizza in London IMHO is Franco Manca in Brixton/Chiswick. Search for comments on this board.

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        jack van praag RE: helen b Nov 26, 2010 10:55 AM

        NYLONDave; Not been able to try Maletti yet as it is closed on weekends and that is when I am mostly in London, it has been on my list for a while, look forward to it!

        Helen b: I too am rather keen on Franco Manca but what I am actually interested in getting a conversation going on about is Pizza al Taglio (pizza by the cut/slice).
        I.e I believe Pizza al taglio can also be of very high quality, some of the best pizza I have eaten has been Pizza al taglio in Rome. Beautiful beautiful snack-food when it is done properly.

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          helen b RE: jack van praag Nov 28, 2010 11:44 AM

          Ah sorry, do Princi then! Though frankly for the same price you get an entire takeaway pizza from Franco Manca and just get them to cut it up ;)

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      JFores RE: jack van praag Nov 26, 2010 09:41 PM

      Is Spaccanapoli still open or has Crossrail gone and killed it? They used to have very good slices for London.

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        MonkeyC RE: JFores Nov 27, 2010 12:36 AM

        Crossrail killed Spaccanapoli. Fortunately, they all moved to Santore in Exmouth Market. Same happy pizza and antipasti.

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        sikop4t RE: jack van praag Nov 26, 2010 11:28 PM

        Try Princi in Soho.

        1. deansa RE: jack van praag Nov 27, 2010 01:25 AM

          I noticed a place in Brixton Village market that was doing this, Has anyone been? Was it any good?

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            feelinfoodie RE: deansa Nov 27, 2010 07:53 AM

            deansa, place in brixton village wasn't great the couple of times i tried it. Will definitely get to Maletti soon. I second the vote for Princi.

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