Pizza Metro – Batersea

64 Battersea Rise, London, SW11 1EQ Categories: FOOD, Cafés Bars, Pizzeria, Restaurant Italian restaurant in Wandsworth Italian restaurant in London

In 1993 Antonio and Alberto were the first real Neapolitan people to open a authentic family run neapolitan pizzeria in Battersea launching the meter long pizzas in a wood burning oven. In 2003 Pizza Metro was acquired by Diego Palladino and Brian Witcomb.

Over the years pizza metro it became famous for its authentic metre long pizza and original simple Italian food and the atmosphere that is talked about around the world.

Our guests come to Pizza Metro from all over the world, from italian emigrant to business leaders, footballers, actors and music legends.

In the old days the long pizza was a fantastic discovery for all londoners and people just travel many miles to come and enjoy our speciality.

Today the metre long pizza is vary popular and there are many many restaurant who copy the concept and open all over in London.

Finally after a long period of 17 years we have expand and open our second pizzeria in Notting Hill Gate.

At Pizza Metro Pizza, we honour the great traditions of London best Pizzeria.

We believe that a true Pizzeria should be a gathering place for family and friends to relax, share great food & wine and enjoy each other’s company.

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Report Subscribe 27/01/2015 14:25

Three of us visited on a Sunday evening and it had a steady trade, not as bustling as I have seen it. Wine is on the expensive side for what it is and it is not particularly comfortable on the seating front. The atmosphere and lighting is too bright and cafe like and it is extremely noisy even when not full. The pizzas are reasonably priced and a good portion and are served on stands placed on the tables so you can help yourself. The toppings were quite nice but the pizza base was very average, I have had much better. All in all it served the purpose, was OK and nothing special, I wouldn't return as there are much better and healthier options in the immediate area.