Otto brings cornmeal crust pizza from the USA to the heart of London.


I first heard of this type of pizza from Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive ins and Dive and stomp upon this place from a list on Zagat of the places foodies go get their guilty pleasure, in this case its from Natasha Corrett, founder of Honestly Healthy.

The place is small and relaxed with the kitchen right in front and wonderful beer to choose, it should be great.

Pizza here are served in slices rather than in whole. But you can get whole f you want. Recommend to get 2 slice per person. Why 2? Because its big in toppings!

There are plenty of toppings to choose from and dips for the cornmeal crust to be dip into.

Today I got the sausage topping which consist of pork and fennel sausage meat, caramelised onion, mozzarella, parmesan, marinated green pepper, tomato sauce and oregano (£4.65)

Also the special of fig + pancetta that consist of fig jam, blue cheese, parsley + garlic, spring onion and mozzarella (£4.65). Cornmeal pizza is unique. The cornmeal add a distinctive texture to the dough. Rather than being chewy its crumbly and biscuity, kind of like a crumbly scone. The dough however is crunchy and crusty. Rather enjoyable. The toppings are delicious and hearty as they give alot! Well worth the price. I also got the bbq sauce to dip (£1.25), tomato sauce with essence of bbq, really good with the pizza.

This is an interesting pizza, it might not be as thin or as chewy as the ones from Naples but it still a nice pie to give it a try. With the price and size they give its great value with great flavours. So give it a go!

Price:£ (£11, 2 slices and 1 dip)
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