With vibrant flavours from across Italy, this popular pizzeria began life as a food truck. Now a thriving Soho dining spot, you can expect the same fantastic value pizzas, along with its own Sohocello and a wide range of drinks and desserts.
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Venue Details & Map
11 - 12 Dean StreetLondonW1D 3RP
- +44 (0)20 7287 8964
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
The place is great, but the food, oh God.
The ingredients are fresh and professionally selected. The pizzas are carefully made and almost taste like the Italian ones.
I ordered Capricciosa since it is my favourite type and the taste was unreal. I can't express the joy of tasting so much flavours in my mouth.
Creamy, melted mozzarella cheese, fresh tomatoes, delicious baked ham, mushrooms and...more
I'm usually faithful to Franco Manca: they do very good pizza at a very reasonable price, have lovely staff etc etc. I thought there couldn't be any better pizza in London.
But yesterday I might have cheated on them with Pizza Pilgrims and (I can't believe I'm writing that) in was even better.
The main difference for me lays mainly in the atmosphere (who can resist a well-curated...more
This place is worth a visit and they have a great story.
I went for the 'Nduja' which was good, cooked right - still soft and service was efficient. I would say it could be better if there were more meat toppings to choose from (my opinion).
Overall - worth a visit, the sohocellos are also worth a try!more
I've wanted to try Pizza Pilgrims for aaaaages but just never end up choosing pizza if I'm going out for dinner.
My bf and I had just finished a round of crazy golf at Swingers and were starving! The two pop ups Swingers had in the venue for that month were The Bowler or Pizza Pilgrims (resident)
Now I also really wanted to try the bowler however pizza or meatballs wins for me so my bf and I...more
NYC better watch its back. The Pizza Pilgrims could cross the pond and lay serious waste to any pizza joint it comes across there. First off, I guess word hasn't gotten out too much about how good this place is, or London is just not as into pizza as it should be since I visited twice and didn't have to wait longer than 5 minutes for a table. A pie this good stateside would have a line...more