Time Out says
Neapolitan style-pizza and craft beer combine at this spacious Clerkenwell Road restaurant and bar. It's a combination that should do well around here. And the name? No idea. Answers on a postcard, please.
The pizza selection looks good - think margharitas, quattro formaggis and calzone alongside Clerkenwell vegans (with peppers, courgette, aubergine, onions and artichoke) and a Calabrese with n'duja sausage, peppers, chilli and mozzarella. Gluten-free bases and pizza salads are available, too.
The beer selection is broad, too. Expect drops from Anspach & Hobday, Weird Beard, Pressure Drop and the East London brewery. Keep an eye out for three-hour happy hours, with beers, wines, soft drinks and starters all half price.
Users say (10)
Average User Rating
4.7 / 5
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- 4 star:3
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Great selection of craft beer (and mead! yum!) and excellent thin crust pizzas at a very reasonable price.
Delicious pizzas, massive choice of local craft beers (the menu changes every time I go in!), great prices, friendly staff and live entertainment on Friday nights at their open mic night. Awesome place to be!
Amazing pizza! The best that I have had outside of Italy. I went to Sardinia in August and it has a very similar texture, consistency and flavour to the pizza there. The wine was really good too (I'm not a massive fan of beer), which you don't usually find in pizza restaurants. The owner was really lovely and there is a good, chilled out atmosphere. Highly recommended!
This place is amazing - the crust is exquisite, generous toppings, great craft beer selection. Chill vibe.
I've been and the pizzas are top class. Good beer. Friendly staff. "A wedge issue is a social issue, often of a divisive or controversial nature, which splits apart a population or political group" So there !
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