Londonist.com 23 Aug 2017

Wedge Issue’s thin crust, West Coast style stone-baked slices are fast making a name for themselves. With the original site in Farringdon and a new spot in Shoreditch, you can enjoy almost all of the pizza menu for under £10 (a couple of particularly meaty items just tip over budget) and they cater particularly well to vegans and veggies too.


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London Evening Standard 9 Aug 2017

Wedge Issue pizza, which has just opened a second site in Shoreditch, can claim pizzas with melted vegan cheese and toppings like spicy vegan chorizo or mock meatballs — while there’s also a vegan-approved chocolate pizza. V good.


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Mr Hyde 7 Jan 2017

If you’re gonna sin, sin properly. The ‘zas are huge, stone-baked and crispier than the fashion for sourdough ones that buckle in the middle, collapsing when you need them most.


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GQ Magazine, 20 July 2016

One of the 6 best pizza places in London


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Metro newspaper, 17th June 2016 Fathers’ Day Craft Beer Joints special

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Coach magazine 25th May 2016: “The toppings are original and interesting, without being over the top.”

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“There’s an appreciation for “simple toppings that are flavourful”, as well as combinations that aren’t found in the big chains.”

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“Sat proudly on Clerkenwell road, its discerning selection of craft beers tempts, tests and surprises you.”

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“I’ve had good pizza but as of right now, this is the best I’ve ever had.”

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“Add the open kitchen with blazing pizza oven to the backdrop, DIY pizzas and a good slug of beer and you have a pretty smashing evening.”

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