What with National Pizza Day and both Santa Maria Pizzeria and Zia Lucia (see my review here!) opening new restaurants, February is shaping up to be a pretty sweet month for cheap pizza. Read on for the most comprehensive list of February soft launches on the internet.
Where: Amber, Aldgate
The deal: 50% off breakfast, lunch and dinner from 29th Jan to 4th Feb when you sign up to London On The Inside’s newsletter.
Where: Zia Lucia, Brook Green
The deal: 50% off food between 3rd and 8th February inclusive, no reservation required.
Where: Prosecco House, One Tower Bridge
Cuisine: Italian (and prosecco!)
The deal: 30% off food between 5th and 13th Feb.
Where: Pomona’s, Notting Hill
The deal: 50% off food between 6-16th February on pre-booked tables only. Not valid on 10th, 11th and 14th February. Restaurant closed Mondays. Bookings must be made over the phone and not via the website. To make a reservation call 020 7229 1503.
Where: Hundreds of pizzerias all over town, including Pizza Pilgrims, Rossapomodoro, Four Hundred Rabbits, Voodoo Ray’s and more. There’s a handy map here.
The deal: 30% off pizza on 9th February with a voucher downloaded from Foodism’s www.nationalpizzaday.co.uk.
Where: Santa Maria Pizzeria, Fitzrovia
Cuisine: More pizza..!
The deal: 50% off food until 13th February (walk-ins only).
Where: Boxcar, Marylebone
The deal: 50% off burgers and 28 day-aged North Yorkshire Galloway sirloin steak, Monday to Wednesday from 3rd Jan to 13th Feb. Click here to book or call 020 3006 7000.
Where: Lima Floral, Covent Garden
The deal: 25% off lunch and dinner throughout February, excluding Fridays and Saturdays. Make a reservation via London On The Inside.
Where: Bone Daddies, Victoria
The deal: 50% off food from 16th January until the end of February. Dine-in only, quote #GoRamen when you ask for your bill.
Author: Emily Gibson
Emily is an urban adventurer, blogger and
glutton foodie on an epic quest to uncover the best things to eat, drink and do in London. She lives in Islington and loves ceviche, cycling and magic shows. Lifelong nemeses include beetroot, beards and wine served in tumblers.