Pizza Pilgrims
Cuisine: Pizza
Price:    pound pound_grey pound_grey
Verdict based on 4 critic, 2 blogger and 0 user reviews and awards
Restaurant Profile »

Address: 11 Dean Street, London W1D 3RP

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 77 8066 7258

Former mobile pizza oven has found a permanent home in Soho. Walk-ins only except for group bookings of more than 8 people.

Latest reviews of Pizza Pilgrims Dean Street

matthew_norman

Matthew Norman, The Telegraph

25 February 2014

At the rim, the dough – kneaded but never rolled – is soft to the point of squidginess. Personally I prefer the crispy edge of a Roman-style pizza for its textural contrast with the soggier middle; but if Neapolitan pizza is your thing, you will struggle to find it done better…

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Edward Smith, Rocket and Squash

21 August 2013

On a street where lease premiums and rent rates are crippling, it makes no sense to have a [Fussball Table] taking up space that could be occupied by customers. But the fact they’ve ignored that is typical of the Pilgrims’ highly endearing and seemingly laid back approach. Its existence fits the chilled out, not overly styled, casual decor of the place and helps to set the tone for a fun, cheap and cheerful (in the best sense) meal…

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Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

16 August 2013

An ndjua pizza has tomato, basil and olive oil, the main ingredient being the spicy Calabrian sausage nduja. The base of the pizza is authentically soft, in the style of Naples pizza, and the topping worked well…

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Jasmine_Gardner

Jasmine Gardner, Evening Standard

15 August 2013

With a well-tried and well-tested formula the Pilgrim brothers surely knew before moving into Soho that the faithful would receive their manna with open arms…

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What the Critics say

matthew_norman

Matthew Norman, The Telegraph

25 February 2014

At the rim, the dough – kneaded but never rolled – is soft to the point of squidginess. Personally I prefer the crispy edge of a Roman-style pizza for its textural contrast with the soggier middle; but if Neapolitan pizza is your thing, you will struggle to find it done better…

Read full review »
Jasmine_Gardner

Jasmine Gardner, Evening Standard

15 August 2013

With a well-tried and well-tested formula the Pilgrim brothers surely knew before moving into Soho that the faithful would receive their manna with open arms…

Read full review »
Joe-Warwick

Joe Warwick (Metro), Metro

15 August 2013

Salsiccia e friarielli (fennel sausage, wild broccoli, fior di latte, Parmesan and basil) and a calzone ripieno (its fold containing prosciutto cotto, ricotta and mushroom) are both excellent.Fennel grissini are light on the fennel but come with a generous heap of prosciutto for wrapping…

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Time Out

Nick Amato, Time Out

6 August 2013

Downstairs the main dining area feels intimate, the seating and tables compact. Wipe-clean green chequered tablecloths and ’60s Italian film posters help to create a retro Soho trattoria feel. The friendly, slightly trendy ambience is helped along by an alcove for table football…

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What the Bloggers say

Edward Smith, Rocket and Squash Avatar

Edward Smith, Rocket and Squash

21 August 2013

On a street where lease premiums and rent rates are crippling, it makes no sense to have a [Fussball Table] taking up space that could be occupied by customers. But the fact they’ve ignored that is typical of the Pilgrims’ highly endearing and seemingly laid back approach. Its existence fits the chilled out, not overly styled, casual decor of the place and helps to set the tone for a fun, cheap and cheerful (in the best sense) meal…

Read full review »
Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

16 August 2013

An ndjua pizza has tomato, basil and olive oil, the main ingredient being the spicy Calabrian sausage nduja. The base of the pizza is authentically soft, in the style of Naples pizza, and the topping worked well…

Read full review »