Homeslice, one of the first streetfood traders to take woodfired pizza mobile will open their restaurant today. Serving wine and pizza by the inch, the 50 seater eatery can be found in Neal's Yard - access through a passageway from Monmouth Street. The restaurant has been almost a year in the making as founding member and chef Ry Jessup has teamed up with Mark Wogan to launch the venture.
Pizza at the restaurant will set you back a little more than what they used to charge over at Broadway Market. That said, at £4 a slice and the same amount for a glass of wine, you'll be stretched to find a better value pizza in Covent Garden.
The initial offer is simple - five types of pizza, Prosecco and beer on tap. Wine by the glass, delivered in magnum format. The license runs late and there's a small amount of outdoor seating for those that like to eat pizza like a Roman.
Those keen on eating pizza on the street can still enjoy it from 'Slice Girls', keen apprentices who have taken the original oven, giving it a new lease of life on Ridley Road. The ever popular Pizza Pilgrims will be around for a few months until they too open their own place in the heart of Soho (across the road from a Pizza Express).
Homeslice opens today
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