The latest addition to the new giant pizza dining trend is Meter, where you can get metre-long slices identified by numbers, from £7. ‘Due’, with almost-field-fresh tomatoes, anchovies and capers, is a good call.
At this tongue-in-cheek Battersea nook, enormous metro pizzas, such as the The Julius Cheeser (£10), are served up with heart-stopping toppings – think gorgonzola, taleggio, mozarella and goat’s cheese.
The London take-out serves pizza by the half-metre – the cheaper equivalent to two 12” pizzas. The four Stagioni, (£10.40) with artichokes, prosciutto cotto ham, pepperoni and mushrooms, is ideal for sharing.