A trip to a pizzeria might just be the perfect start to a night out in Soho. You can head to an affordable and bustling pizza joint to fill your bellies and chat with your friends. Throughout Soho you will find all manner of pizza restaurants - everything from slick and trendy Italians to family run Soho institutions. As you wander through Soho looking for your dinner, head to the places that are busy and off the beaten track for some of the best Soho dining experiences.
This page will provide an overview to the pizza restaurants in Soho. You will find listings for some of Soho's popular pizzerias. They are split into categories of high-end pizzerias, more affordable pizza restaurants and take away pizza places.
You will also find links to individual pages on some of Soho's popular Italian restaurants. Each listing links to an informative page where you will be able to find out about the location, contact details, what to expect and photos of the restaurant.
What to expect from the Pizza restaurants in Soho
In many ways pizzas sum up everything that people love about Soho - they are informal, fun, convenient and delightful to share with friends. Dotted throughout Soho you will find some excellent quality pizza restaurants where you can satisfy your hunger and socialise in relaxed and atmospheric surroundings.
As you wander the streets of Soho you will find a whole host of places to grab a pizza. If you are unsure of which ones will provide the tastiest and authentic options, it is best to check for that age old litmus test - which place has the most people in it! Of course, this is not the only test - in Soho style can sometimes rule over substance, so a trendy new pizzeria may draw more customers than an authentic and established one. Therefore, it is also worth checking the prices and the menus to see if the pizzerias offer something that you fancy.
It is also worth remembering that a trip to a pizzeria in Soho doesn't just have to mean filling up and nothing more. One of Soho's popular jazz joints is also a Pizza Express pizzeria. See below for more details.
High-end Pizza restaurants in Soho
Pizza Express in Soho: The main Pizza Express in Soho is actually called 'Jazz at Pizza Express'. This is because they host nightly live jazz alongside the pizzas. The large and open space in the heart of Soho has the distinctive Pizza Express style - large windows, marble top tables and crisp blue features. Here it comes accompanied with jazz music, ensuring that the place is buzzing and seats are filled. Pizza Express in Soho
Authentic Pizza restaurants in Soho
Adagio Pizza: Adagio Pizza sits in the heart of Soho and offers a distinctive style of pizza that you don't often see outside of Italy - large and square pizzas that offer simple toppings and are served by the slice. There is no option for booking here so you can simply turn up, grab a table and pick a selection of pizza slices to share with your friends.
10 Greek Street
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7287 1194
Website: Adagio Pizzeria Official Website
It is worth remembering that when you are in Soho, you are close to Covent Garden - another part of London that backs right onto Soho. In Covent Garden you will find a further selection of places to grab a pizza. Places such as Fire and Stone and Pizza Express offer further pizza eating options - see our Guide to Places to Eat in Covent Garden for more details.
Pizza take-aways in Soho
Princi Soho: Princi originates from Milan and I have to admit my bias at this point - it is one of my favourite places in the whole of London. The large and open plan chic marbled space has a large open plan bakery where you can watch the fresh breads and cakes being made. You can either buy food and sit at one of their large long shared tables (the place is often packed so you may need to wait a while and keep your eyes peeled for seats becoming available) or you can take it away. Princi offer large rectangular slices of freshly made pizza or focaccia - mouth-watering!
135 Wardour Street
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7478 8888
Website: Princi Official Website
On a night out in Soho you may want to grab something to eat and then hit the bars and clubs. In Soho you'll find a whole host of options for heading to for a drink or a dance. Take a look at our Guide to bars in Soho for more ideas on places to head for a drink. And check out our Guide to Soho Clubbing for ideas on where to head once you've finished your drinks and you fancy hitting the dance floor.
Throughout Soho you will find a whole host of restaurants covering every nationality of food that you can think of. If what you are carving is a good old-fashioned filling and delicious pizza, Soho has a great selection of offerings. Take a stroll through the area, keep an eye (and nose!) out for places that take your fancy and tuck in!