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Pizza Pilgrims

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by Mike Whyte (subscribe)
Published November 17th 2013
Pizza worth the pilgrimage for

Pizza is for everybody. I can't think of a single person I know who doesn't like it - honestly. There are good ones and bad ones, sure - but with so many options of toppings, sauces, bases, even crusts (stuffed too - if you like that sort of thing), that it is a bit like saying you don't like bread, or vegetables for that matter.

Now that I've told you pizza is for everybody, I'm sure you're aware that, as with everything else, there are hierarchies. While some people may be happy with their mega-topping, sausage-stuffed crust 12-inch deep pan, others may want simply a slice of a huge flat base New York style 23-incher, with nothing but tomato and mozarella on it.

For those who simply want very good, reasonably-priced pizza - I now have something for you - Pizza Pilgrims...

Their philosophy is simple - to cook authentic Neopolitan-style pizzas using ingredients directly sourced from in and around Napoli. They are then cooked inside a purpose-built oven to create some of the nicest-tasting pizzas you'll find this side of mainland Europe.

The shop on Dean Street is the one I visited, though I am waiting for the chance to go grab a slice from the original van, which can be found on Berwick St from Tuesday-Friday at lunchtimes.

And the name? Well, if you want to check out their journey, I'm sure it will enlighten you. Make your own journey there soon...

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Why? The pizza that is worth making a pilgrimage for
When: 12pm - 10.30pm Mon - Sat
Phone: 0207 287 8964
Where: 11 Dean St, Soho, W1D 3RP
Cost: Around 9 for a pizza
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