I’m sure that Homeslice really doesn’t need another positive review but hey, let’s give them one anyway! This was the second time I had tried to go here as the first time we were told there would be a 3 hour wait as it’s so popular! They don’t take bookings so make sure you get there at a fairly antisocial eating time to secure your seats.
You can find them right in the heart of Seven Dials in Neil’s Yard which is perfect if it’s a sunny day and you just want to grab a slice to eat in the courtyard!
There is a fantastic range of choice between more traditional pizzas and more out of the box ones, and you can order it by the slice for £4 or grab a whole pizza at a bargain for £20.
It’s fairly small inside but this is nice as it feels a lot more intimate and welcoming, and you don’t feel rushed to finish your food so they can fill your seat.
We fancied trying something a bit different so went for the goat shoulder, kale and sumac yoghurt pizza on half of the base and then safely chose salami, rocket and parmesan for the other half which is no extra charge.
The pizzas are 20 inches which is bigger than any other pizza I’ve had before and was a lot between just the two of us so a lot was taken home! They are all cooked in a wood fired oven and the dough is fantastically salty.
When we had finished, we were both feeling like we needed something sweet to finish lunch off and ended up walking past Lola’s Cupcakes near Covent Garden.
We bought bitesize cupcakes and enjoyed them in the sun while people watching. This one is the cookie’s and cream cupcake which I would highly recommend and reminded me a lot of my cookie dough cupcakes!