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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“The pizzas are named after areas of London – the Dalston (with spicy Calabrian sausage, mozzarella and tomato) was fiery and satisfying, while the veg-topped Stoke Newington was crisp and delicious.”

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“Pizzas are named after areas of London and well, being East at heart the The London Fields won us over, that’s crushed homemade meatballs, ricotta cheese, fresh chilies, San Marzano tomato sauce.”

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