Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza

Pizza in St Paul’s

‘Bottomless’ has become a popular word for the likes of boozy brunches but is an even better word when it is combined with pizza. Yes, that is correct – Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza in St Paul’s (ground floor of Bread Street Kitchen) offers bottomless pizza! It is like a dream come true! What’s even more exciting is the fact you nab this deal for just £15pp!

Pizza in St Paul’s

Bottomless Pizza

The quality of the pizza is outstanding. We had a sneaky peak at the chefs making the fresh pizza and cooking it in the wood fire oven – it smelt and looked incredible.

There are four choices, plus one daily special, to get your taste buds tingling. The pizzas are served in slices (large ones) for customers to tuck into and you can ask for your favourite one back whenever! The selection is:

1.     Classic Margherita: Mozzarella, tomato, baby basil

2.     Pepperoni: Spicy salami with mozzarella, tomato, chili flakes

3.     Charred aubergine: Josper charred aubergine, toasted pine nuts, wild garlic pesto, tomato (vegan)

4.     Corn & chorizo: Sweetcorn purée, chorizo, pulled chicken, mozzarella, spring onions, coriander

Our daily special was lamb, pomegranate, buttermilk garlic sauce. This was an inventive and delicious pizza which we thoroughly enjoyed but our favourite had to be the spicy pepperoni pizza. We kept managing to squeeze in more!

Pizza in St Paul’s

We also shared a huge Street Salad (£5) with lettuce, pomegranate and buttermilk garlic sauce which was a great accompaniment. We also couldn’t resist a dip (£1.20 each) so opted for all three: Buttermilk garlic sauce, pesto and nduja. Dipping the crusts in was the best.

Pizza in St Paul’s

We did not have any room for dessert although the Negroni ice Cream (£6) was tempting!

Pizza in St Paul’s


We paired up the pizza with a couple of cocktails from the four available on the menu. Both the Negroni and the Pompello Collins (gin based) (both £9) were strong and hit the spot. If you love your cocktails, you can order from the larger Bread Street Kitchen Menu, We loved the Peach Ball: Bacardi Oakheart, Antica Formula, Vanilla, Lime Peach Puree (£12).

Pizza in St Paul’s


Street Pizza is a relaxed space to chill out with friends with DJ’s playing from 11.30 until 3am (some nights of the week). £15pp is an absolute steal for bottomless pizza in St Paul’s and we encourage you to get involved. Make sure you try them all!

Pizza in St Paul’s

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