Located on Charing Cross Road, and named in honour of how pizza is eaten in New York City - no forks or knives required - NY Fold offers award-winning pizza (together with hand-made foccacia sandwiches, fresh pastas, salads, desserts and American beers) served with passion and personality in a relaxed, New York-style environment.
Venue Details & Map
103 Charing Cross RoadLondonWC2H 0DT
- +44 (0)20 7287 6633
Top 5 reviews of NY Fold
I've been there with a couple of friends, who were visiting me from Italy, and this was the first time for me as well in NY Fold.
Close to Piccadilly Circus with a good range of pizza and really tasty! The slices are as big as my face and the dough is crunchy and thin.
Place not really big, but cozy. Highly recommended if you're in this area and have a meal or even just a break! more
So I'm going to add to the mixed reviews on here... obviously everyone likes their pizza differently and I'm no exception. The place is between Tottenham Court Road Tube Station and Cambridge Circus (you know where Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is playing). Anyway, I stopped in because I was hoping for a reminder of those pizzerias in the U.S. where you can buy pizza by the slice.
Me and my wife decided to stop in and unfortunately had the worst pizza in our lives. Even Pizza Hut is better and that is saying a lot.
For the price the late night pizza counters near clubs offer a better pizza.
The pizza first of all was salty, not the little over salted flavour but really salty.
The dough was spongey, the worst spongey American style pizza I have had.
The toppings were... more
Having lived in NYC: this is not _really_ 'New York style' pizza.
But it's also...better than I anticipated.
So...win? (YES OF COURSE 'WIN'; THIS IS A REVIEW ABOUT *PIZZA*).
The principal way in which this is reminiscent of New York style pizza is: it's sold by the slice (whole pies available, but by-the-slice is their main schtick), and the pizzas are displayed up front, right when you... more
To summarise, Pizza Hut is better and I don't really like Pizza Hut.
It's expensive, the pizza is not like NY pizza - it's really thick and bready.
The staff were very rude to one of my friends when they enquired where their starter was once our mains were arriving.
Would not return or recommend. more