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Covent Garden's Fire and Stone offers a minimalist decor juxtaposed against friendly service and cracking pizzas. This popular pizzeria is the perfect place to meet friends for a relaxed lunch with a glass of wine.

Ranked #845 of 5241 restaurants in London
"Fire & Stone has launched a new menu of unique gourmet global pizza’s, reflecting truly authentic flavours from around the world. From Casablanca to Mumbai, they have discovered the most exciting flavour combinations to create a pizza experience that is truly memorable."

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MON

12:00 - 23:00

TUE

12:00 - 23:00

WED

12:00 - 23:00

THU

12:00 - 00:00

FRI

12:00 - 00:00

SAT

12:00 - 00:00

SUN

12:00 - 23:00

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By Anna G.

Visited on Saturday night for my friends 30th birthday. We had booked a table as there was 8 of us and had the set menu which was really good value. Starters were the sharing platters both a meat one and veggie one, for mains I had the New York pizza which has roast potatoes on it which was delicious. Desert was the brownie which was also really good. I had a Spicy Bison cocktail which had chilli in, spicy but had just the right amount of kick! Great central location in Covent Garden.


By Angel M.

Original menu yet very contradictory taste! Bland and small! Better off with a take away to be brutally honest! Shame!


By Richard C.

I have been to this place 3 times. Once with a group birthday and twice as it was included in a last minute deal with the theatre tickets. Each of the 3 times the pizza I had was bad! The worst of the lot was a Christmas pizza. It would probably help If the chefs actually tried anything they made. It had cranberry as a base, instead of tomato, and it was far too overpowering. The turley also was like processed turkey. Avoid!


By John T.

Atmosphere downstairs is a little like a fast food restaurant, upstairs is more inviting. Menu was good, service acceptable, but the pizzas were very disappointing and the portions were small. In particular, the pizza bases were not the delicious ones that only wood ovens can produce – they were more like supermarket bases heated in a conventional oven – a little dry, quite sweet and not very exciting. Not to our tastes, and certainly not living up to the hype, won’t be going back.


By Christopher K.

Stay clear. The pizzas are over fussy, not that tasty and a little on the small side. The atmosphere leaves a lot to be desired, a cavernous souless affair. One plus point however, the service was good.


By Katie B.

My husband and i went here on Friday 7th Nov for a meal as i had read all the reviews that said how nice it is. We were 10 mins late for our table at 7, and were told we would have to leave our table by 9 which is ok as we knew we had a 2 hour slot, but the lady wasn't that polite in telling us! We ordered our starter and both asked for the same thing but only 1 came out and they thought we had only asked for 1! We just shared it! When our pizza's came out they were really tasty but luke warm, we just ate them! Then we had a dessert and the man that served them had a not very clean plaster on his thumb which put us off straight away, and it wasn't blue, may sound petty but it looked disgusting! My husband asked to speak to the manager and explained, she said she was very sorry and she would get us fresh desserts. When the bill came it was for what we had ordered and the service charge, we said to the girl that is wasn't her but we didn't want to pay the service charge and explained why, the manager came back over and apologised and said she would remove the desserts from our bill, and amend the service charge, then the new bill still had the service charge, so we just paid it minus the service. it was a shame as i was really looking forward to eating here, i am sorry to say, i wouldn't go back!


By Seth B.

came here during a lunch-time a while back and thought the pizzas were original and tastey. my morrocan style pizza made a difference to a usual pepperoni or margarita style one. the service was average; not rude, didn't have to wait long, nothing amazing (but then i quite like it when the waiting staff let you get on with it). wasn't drinking at the time so can't comment on the price of alcohol but food was part of a price deal they were doing. main piece of advice is try this place out during lunch if they are still doing the deal!


By April R.

Great for a group of friends of a quick pre-theatre meal, think Wagamamas but with pizza.
Really interesting toppings, don't be tempted to share one as I did though, although they are a good size, you'll definately want your own!


By S.

On Wednesday night at 7pm, the atmosphere in Fire and Stone was already buzzing. On their menu, a vast choice of pizza toppings are categorised by continent - the Athena was gorgeous and generously topped with roasted red pepper puree, chopped fresh tomatoes, spinach, feta, toasted pine nuts and a big dollop of fresh pesto in the middle. The house red (French) was too cold, although still drinkable, the service was laidback but friendly and the prices affordable. The only surprise was the calamari which tasted like skinny scampi! Fire & Stone is a great place - good for a party. Ace but confusing toilets too!


By K.

I went to Fire & Stone with a friend for dinner on a Wednesday night as I had heard it was nice. Unfortunately I was so disappointed. The restaurant was busy but the food was mediocre and the service was absolutely appalling - we waited nearly 15 minutes before our drinks order was taken, then had to go and ask to order food. The waiting staff were all over the place too - no one ever asked if the food was ok or if we wanted anything else. At the end of the meal no one cleared our plates and we had to ask three times for the bill. Next time, I'll stick to Pizza Express and not bother with Fire & Stone!


By E.

Take your tastebuds on a journey around the world with Fire and Stone's eclectic pizza range. Offering something a little bit different to the traditional pizza house, Fire and Stone is equally good for a laid back date or to take a large group of friends.

The Venue
Fire and Stone is huge modern venue which boasts the biggest wood-fired pizza oven in the northern hemisphere. Wood and chrome minimalist decor combined with high ceilings creates a spacious, converted warehouse style effect.

The Atmosphere
Offering great value for money in a prime location close to Covent Garden, Fire and Stone attracts a young and trendy crowd in the evenings and is also a popular spot for Saturday shoppers or pre-theatre diners. With capacity to seat up to 250 diners it is usually possible to walk in without a reservation although the restaurant does a brisk trade most nights on the week.

The Food
As a warm up to the main act choose from a small selection of light starters including falafel and calamari. If you are after something more substantial try the Mediterranean antipasti plate, a deliciously fresh tasting selection of cold meats, olives and bread sticks accompanied by healthy dollops of hummus and taramasalata and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar.

Do make sure you save yourself for the main course however because this is where Fire and Stone really comes into its own. The tried and tested old favourites have no place here. The pizza menu is divided up by continent with each pizza taking the name of a city. Even the Napoli, which you might expect to be the most traditional option, keeps things interesting with garlic and fennel salami and a tomato base and the more exotic options make ham and pineapple look positively dull. The Peking imitates Chinese crispy duck pancakes to great effect, with shredded duck, hoi sin sauce, spring onions and cucumber generously heaped on top of a delicious light and crispy pizza base. Thai curry sauce, free range eggs, walnuts and Roquefort blue cheese all make an appearance on the menu (fortunately not on the same pizza). If you feel like staying closer to home opt for the London which includes most of the components of the great English fry up. There are also some really tempting vegetarian options such as the Cairo which comes loaded with roasted peppers, aubergines, balsamic onions and goat’s cheese.

There is a small selection of desserts and for those who just can't get enough pizza there is even a summer fruits, sweet pizza on offer. If you have been filled up by the substantial mains then opt for the smaller sweet bites. The four little chocolate cups are filled with a tasty, light mousse and just the right amount to satisfy the craving for something sweet.

The Drink
The wine list is short but comprehensive covering both new and old world wines with something to suit most budgets. There is also a selection of classic cocktails and beers. The fruit smoothies make a delicious non alcoholic alternative or can be enjoyed in place of a dessert. The very berry combines four types of berry, yoghurt and honey to create a thick, nutritious drink. Do be warned however, that the drink prices are not quite in line with the value food and can bump up an otherwise very reasonable bill.

The Last Word
Fire and Stone is a slice above the competition elevating the humble pizza to a whole new level.

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