This is a pizza restaurant with a difference; it has the biggest range of pizzas that I have seen on a menu. They have pizzas named after places around the world and the names reflect the ingredients used on the pizza!
The Byron Bay pizza had great flavours with its toppings of mixed mushrooms, garlic and rosemary roasted potatoes, basil pesto, mozzarella, caramelized onion jam and smoked paprika.
Other pizzas that have been sampled were of equal tastiness! Imagine having a Thai green curry influenced pizza (Koi Samui) or a tandoori chicken one (Bombay). May sound a bit extreme but trust me, it works!
The smoothies were quite good. If you like something a little sharp, then go for the Tutti Frutti Smoothie (melon, kiwi, raspberry, peach and apple juices). For something sweet, then there’s the Chocolate Brownie shake (chocolate brownie, chocolate ice cream and milk).
To top off the meal, the chocolate brownie with Madagascan ice cream was yummy! If you still feel like more pizza, then there is a dessert pizza on the menu!
Fire and Stone have good meal offers if you book online. The flaw with that is that you only have 2 hours at the table.
Here is a great modern pizza restaurant in the heart of London which has the largest wood-fired oven in the Northern hemisphere!
Fire and Stone, 31/32 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7JSRating: