11 inches! Makes for a good size dinner. Cough. For my most recent dinner party I once again headed for the Deliveroo app and prayed that 11 inch Pizza would get me some tasty grub in time. (unlike last time). Mild success of both fronts. […]
One of the fun schemes at work is we have “house” challenges. The house with the most points each month get to have a free lunch, which saw us dining at nearby A25 Pizzeria on Chapel Street. It’s not a joint I would normally visit, […]
There’s a surprising amount of pizza options on Gower Street of Kensington! I guess the locals love the pie here. We headed over to Kensington Pizza for an evening snack. It was close to my friend’s house and the quality was (allegedly) better than the dingy place we usually go to. We ordered the Peri Peri chicken and this was a solid 4/5.
There was never any shortage of great pizzas in London, and especially in my home spot of Whitechapel / Aldgate East. It’s a weird area, with all the commercialism creeping up on you. Pixxa Aldgate East is a more standard cafe/ sit-down type of pizza […]
Get set for Zzetta. This soul-fired pizzeria is one of the latest additions to Canning Town, offering modern pies in a casual setting. We head in to delight our tastebuds with their artisan yet street casual pizzas, as well as check out their other menu […]
I thought I was going to escape London without ever dining at one of the Italian chains. Zizzi is part of a group with over 150 restaurants across the UK and Ireland. It’s a bit hard to understand how popular and prolific these places are, I certainly had negative preconceptions of what the experience would be like. And that mostly turned out true. Read on!
I feel like I’ve come full circle. Or should that be full pizza? The first time I set foot in Pizza East in Shoreditch, I was in my first month. A shape of a wannabe food blogger, full of innocence and just trying to making […]
A new job means a new office, which means a new suburb to explore and eat my way through! My new work actually does provide lunch but that doesn’t stop up resisting the urge for one of the many eateries around Leman Street. We’ve made […]
I was very prepared to shell out a small fortune for dining in Oslo. I kept things manageable by picking up some cheap eat options along the way. For example, I started with a slice (or whole) of pizza pie from Mamma Pizza. In only six months the restaurant became one of Oslo’s top ranked restaurants. The owner, Luca Zannini, arrived in the city in 2012. He opened a pizza al taglio using knowledge from his hometown of Bologna and his passion from making people happy through pizza.