Franco Manca serves pizza made from slow-rising sourdough and is baked in a wood burning 'Tufae' brick oven made to Neapolitan standards. This gives a brilliant crust and pizzas are topped with quality and seasonal ingredients. The downside? It's no secret, so expect to queue.
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This pizza is some of the best I've had in London. The tomato sauce is flavoursome (where did they find decent tomatoes in London?!) and the crust has such an amazing texture and delicious flavour from the wood burning oven. Shame about the lacklustre staff letting the place down, but saved by lemon sorbet with a shot of limoncello at the end.more
Absolutely amazing! This is my favorite pizza in London. The ingredients couldn't taste fresher and the pizza couldn't be executed better. To make matters even more surreal, the best-priced pizza in London by far! Such a bargain.
Don't let long queues deter you! The line moves quickly and is more than worth the wait.
I'm salivating just writing this review...more
Amazing pizza as it's made in Italy. Haven't had a better one since I was in Rome! Cheap as well, my new favourite place!more
I revisited Franco Manca nearly two years after I first visited and found the seating has changed... for the better. They have moved most of the picnic tables to the back of the restaurant and placed a sleek row of two-tops in their place. A nice touch as it makes the space feel bigger. The problem with this new seating arrangement is that they did not move the coat hooks which...more
Sehr gute Pizza & ausgewählte, leckere Zutaten. Die Speisekarte ist übersichtlich & es gibt wechselnde Tagesangebote.
Kellner sehr freundlich, Atmosphäre/Einrichtung etwas ungemütlich für ein italienisches Restaurant.
Preislich ab 5GPB aufwärts Wasser ist dafür gratis!more