Their unique selling point? 20 inch pizzas for £20. I'm not talking about the cardboard pizzas you'd get in the supermarket topped with plastic cheese. I'm talking about the real deal. Thin crust pizzas cooked in a wood burning oven with a seasonal selection of toppings. You can choose to do half and half as the chances are you're going to be sharing this beast of a pizza. My friend and I chose the pulled bbq brisket with pickles and goat shoulder with savoy cabbage, it was delicious.
Homeslice is located in Neal's Yard and there is a high chance of long queues as they have a no reservation policy. You can put your name and number down then when your table is free Homeslice will call you. The restaurant itself is small and you're practically rubbing elbows with the person next to you. Between the four of us we shared 2 pizzas and didn't even have space for our paper plates, even after strategically moving our drinks.
It's a great place for casual dining and they even sell wine by the centimetre.