Londonist.com 16 March 2018
The selection of vegan pizzas on offer at this informal joint sit pretty at under £10 each and come topped with vegan cheese, San Marzano tomato sauce (supposedly the best tomatoes ‘in the world’) and optional tidbits from vegan chorizo and mock meatballs to roasted veggies. Bonus points for offering vegan aioli dip (yes of course we still want dip!) and even a vegan chocolate pizza. Because the only way to round off pizza is… pizza.
St John Street News – 28 January 2018
Closer to our home here in St John Street, on Clerkenwell Road, you will find Wedge Issue, pizza and beer. As well as a large range of veggie and vegan options, Wedge Issue offers bespoke meat and fish pizzas and freshly made pasta dishes. Meaning you won’t have to give up hanging out with your non-veggie friends until the end of January. And every Friday from 7pm, their downstairs bar space homes an open mic night, open for all who wants to join in and give the stage a go.
Culture Trip – 11 September 2017
It’s pizza Pacific West Coast style at Wedge Issue – that means slow-rising dough, a thin crust, locally sourced produce and equally good meat and vegetarian/vegan options. So whether you go for The Soho (‘nduja, sweet peppers and chilli) or The Liberty of Norton Folgate (butternut squash, feta and rocket), you can rest assured that they’ve been prepared with the same amount of love and care, and you can get any pizza turned into a calzone. Craft beer is the partner for the pizza here and their selection includes Crazy Mountain Brewing Company, TailGate Beer, Prancing Pony and Signal Brewery.
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.
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.
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.
GQ Magazine, 20 July 2016
Metro newspaper, 17th June 2016 Fathers’ Day Craft Beer Joints special
Coach magazine 25th May 2016: “The toppings are original and interesting, without being over the top.”
“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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