You either love it or you hate it. Yes Londoners, Marmite garlic bread pizza is now a thing, and people can’t get enough of it.
Yard Sale Pizza, yes you’ve heard of it before. It’s where Macaulay Culkin’s band played a few Velvet Underground numbers to a pretty disappointed crowd.
Whether you actually do love or hate it, the EXTREMELY cheesy marmite garlic bread pizza goes down a treat compared to Culkin’s failed (and hilarious) ‘Pizza Underground’s tour’. Just look at it!
So what’s so special about the place? Everything including the Marmite bad boy is served fresh from an authentic Italian oven in either 12-inch or 18-inch stonebaked sourdough pies. If the ‘black stuff’ isn’t your thing, other toppings include a classic margherita to the meat-tastic ‘Holy Pepperoni’ (expect two types of the P and rather lovely nduja sausage), to the ‘The Aubergine’ (garlic roasted aubergine, crispy parmesan & fresh basil leaves) – SO GOOD.
To drink, there’s oodles on offer. From trendy craft beers to fine ales and wines, it’s a fab establishment to have a dough-filled tipple.
And with three branches (Finsbury Park, Clapton, and Walthamstow) to choose from there’s no excuse not trying one of our fave pizza joints. Get to it.
Want more London food inspiration? People can’t get over these avocado and sweet potato fries!
And if you don’t believe us, watch this video!