If you didn’t know better, you could walk right past this delivery-only pizza spot inside Brixton’s Market House. But you really don’t want to miss what’s on offer here. The main thing you need to know is that this is some of the best deep-dish pizza you can get in London. It has a focaccia-like texture, and a crispy cheese-covered crust. But it’s not just the thick, bread-like bottom that makes this pizza so excellent, it’s the cheese that’s spread all over it, and the rivers of tomato sauce on top of it. They have a menu of pizzas with different toppings including pepperoni, vodka sauce and nduja, and pulled ribs and buffalo sauce, as well as fried chicken, vegan nuggets, and a range of sauces to dip your pizza crusts in.
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