Fire and Stone Pizza Restaurant (Covent Garden, London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... a good sign, and it was great that they had made a feature out of the large, stone pizza oven. Our waitress soon came over and took our drinks order. I ordered a 'strawberry diablo' - I had to ask what this was and she informed me that it was a sort of homemade strawberry cordial, mixed with lemonade - my husband ordered an orange juice. His was £2.50 and mine was £2.95 - it was absolutely delicious though, and worth every penny. There was a good selection of drinks on the menu, including a large selection of cocktails as well as wines, beers and soft drinks. We decided not to go for any starters as there wasn't a HUGE choice and we ... more
Customer Fire and Stone Pizza Restaurant (Covent Garden, London) Reviews (11)
by - written on 02/10/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
My husband and I were in London recently and were wandering around Covent Garden trying to find somewhere nice to eat. There is an abundance of restaurants in the Covent Garden area, and for someone as indecisive as me, it's a nightmare to choose where we should eat! We decided that we didn't fancy eating at a chain that we could eat in at home, and ended up on Maiden Lane. There were a number of places to eat on this road, but 'Fire & Stone' caught my eye. We went over and had a look at the menu, it looked good to us so we decided to go in. We received a warm and friendly welcome from a lady who was on a desk at the front of the restaurant, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Fire and Stone is set on a busy street in Covent Garden. It is opposite a very popular pub, and next to a couple of other restaurants. I have been here a couple of times, and really enjoyed it. It is certainly a pizza lover's dream. If you are planning on going on a Thursday/Friday/Saturday night then I would suggest booking a table in advance as it is incredibly popular - especially with theatre goers. You can often pick up voucher deals via their website, including lunchtime offers and cheaper evenings out. But, they are rarely valid on Thursday/Friday/Saturday nights. But this is their busiest time, so they have no need to do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/09, updated on 25/08/09 (Very useful, 178 readings)
I visited Fire & Stone with four girlfriends before going to the theatre. Therefore the aim wasn't really for a long, drawn out catch up session, but for a quick bite before heading off for a show. We got a deal with lastminute.com, who I booked our theatre tickets with, for a pizza and a glass of prosecco for £8 - fairly good value I think! The Fire & Stone we visited is in central London - Covent Garden, which is conveniently close to theatreland. It is fairly easy to find, it has a big glass window at the front. The reason behind its name is that the pizzas are stone baked in a big Italian oven. We booked our table for 6 but did warn ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/09, updated on 20/05/09 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Posh pizza places have been popping up all over the place since the advent off Pizza Express and I have a penchant for them. I am an experimental eater so the weirder and wackier the pizza topping the better although I really am not sure about the tuna and banana pizza from a Saint Andrews pizzeria my flatmate told me about! Pizza was on the menu last Wednesday evening when myself and a couple of friends went out for a girly chat and an excuse to celebrate one of my friend's recent engagement. We were in the Covent Garden area of the city, which is fun and fabulous but also quite touristy and can be a bit pricey when we decided we wanted something to eat. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/09 (Very useful, 77 readings)
This is my favourite restaurant in London. At first glance it may just appear to be a pizza restaurant but it is so much more than that, you won't find a pizza like it anywhere else! All pizza toppings are especially selected, and each pizza is named after a place around the world according to what is on it, and you can add or take off any toppings you may or may not want. With regards to the size, trust me, you won't go hungry! Pizzas come in one size only, and are plenty big enough for one. I'm always stuffed afterwards and my girlfriend struggles to finish hers! Prices are more than reasonable, and more often than not they have ... Read the complete review
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