12/18/2012 10:52:00 AM

3 New Pizza Parlours to Try in London

The world's largest pizza got us craving a piece of the pie today, so we followed our nose and discovered a handful of new parlours. Here are three new places in London to eat the cheesy Italian food.

Fundi Pizza
Brothers Charlie and Rory launched their mobile pizza van in October, cooking the pies in a wood-powered oven they built themselves. The menu might be simple (margherita, Neapolitana, spianata, garlic bread), but ingredients are super-fresh and responsibly sourced. Follow them on Twitter @FundiPizza to find their next location.

Voodoo Ray's
A late-night pizzeria in Dalston is bound to be far hipper than it sounds. Brought to you by the people behind Dalston Superstore, this New York-style pizza is available by the slice (or by a gigantic 22-inch pie if you're really hungry) until 3 AM every weekend. Wash it down with a frozen margarita or a craft beer (95 Kingsland High St., E8 2PB; 020 7254 2273).

Brickoven Milano
Brickoven Milano has opened its first London restaurant in Chiswick. The family-owned pizzeria offers 40 toppings from Parma ham to fontina cheese, and interestingly the dough is made without yeast. The family-friendly restaurant is also equipped with iPads so you can watch your children play in the kids' section (66 Chiswick High Rd., W4 1SY).


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