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Address: 15 St Mary's Road, London W5 5RA

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 8579 1462

Italian pizzeria in Ealing with a no bookings policy. Named for its location on St Mary’s Road, Santa Maria is known for serving traditional neapolitan pizzas from a wood fired oven.

Latest reviews of Santa Maria Pizzeria

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Serena Mariani, Into The F World

29 June 2012

The pizza is hands-off the best I have eaten in London, and easily in top 5 worldwide (including Naples)…

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Edward Smith, Rocket and Squash

26 February 2012

Santa Maria’s pizzas conformed, with aplomb, to the Neapolitan style. The dough was characteristically delicious, elastic and bendy. The tomato sauce sang. Any other toppings were sparse but enhancing. No one left the slightest hint of a crust…

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Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

28 October 2011

The secret is consistency; the base will be beautifully chewy and the topping charred to loveliness, whether you keep it simple with a santa margherita or dress things up with, say, neapolitan salame and chilli (santa caterina) or olives, anchovies and capers (san gennaro)…

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The Guardian

Tony Naylor, The Guardian

8 April 2011

Like the sandwich, pizza is at its best when it is kept to a few superb ingredients, and Santa Maria’s bufalina exemplifies this. The base is foldable, paper thin in the middle, expertly charred and ringed with a springy edge. (…) Superb…

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What the Critics say

Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

28 October 2011

The secret is consistency; the base will be beautifully chewy and the topping charred to loveliness, whether you keep it simple with a santa margherita or dress things up with, say, neapolitan salame and chilli (santa caterina) or olives, anchovies and capers (san gennaro)…

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The Guardian

Tony Naylor, The Guardian

8 April 2011

Like the sandwich, pizza is at its best when it is kept to a few superb ingredients, and Santa Maria’s bufalina exemplifies this. The base is foldable, paper thin in the middle, expertly charred and ringed with a springy edge. (…) Superb…

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What the Bloggers say

Into The F World Headshot

Serena Mariani, Into The F World

29 June 2012

The pizza is hands-off the best I have eaten in London, and easily in top 5 worldwide (including Naples)…

Read full review »
Edward Smith, Rocket and Squash Avatar

Edward Smith, Rocket and Squash

26 February 2012

Santa Maria’s pizzas conformed, with aplomb, to the Neapolitan style. The dough was characteristically delicious, elastic and bendy. The tomato sauce sang. Any other toppings were sparse but enhancing. No one left the slightest hint of a crust…

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Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

13 August 2010

However the point of the place is the pizzas, and the two that we tried were very good indeed. The base was soft and supple, which is the mark of a proper Neapolitan pizza the toppings pleasant, the tomatoes imported from Italy…

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