Having lugged their portable pizza oven around London’s markets for the past two years, pop-up pizza purveyors Homeslice have left their nomadic life behind to settle down to some culinary horticulture in Covent Garden. Thankfully, though, they haven’t forgotten their roots. There’s no knives and forks here, just paper plates and pizza—served by the generous slice or as a full-on 20” pie. The space is unfussed, airy and decked out with simple wooden furnishings. That’s not to say that they haven’t done any upgrading though. Their new, stationary wood-firing furnace is a monumental concrete centrepiece of an oven that draws all eyes into the open kitchen. And the pizza going in and out of it is excellent—the bases thin, crispy, and generously topped with quality and quirky combos such as courgette and artichoke, or bone marrow and caramelised onion.