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Natura Cafe & Pizzeria

Restaurants, Italian Hackney Wick
4 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)

Details

Address: 30 Felstead St
Hackney Wick
London
E9 5LG
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Users say (5)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:3
  • 4 star:1
  • 3 star:0
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:1
LiveReviews|5
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I stayed in Hackney Wick for a week and this is the best. Try a simple pizza, spaghetti bologenese. The vibe is laid back, the competition fierce, but I leave tomorrow and I have eaten here twice. My granny would have loved it. Bella


Oh well. Let me tell how they treat their customers. I went there for lunch with my husband. I actually was going there pretty often, because the place is in my building. The problem that I was facing all the time and including this last time  was that "their card machine is not working", which is the biggest lie. My bills are usually more than 25 pounds and they are still trying to send me to the cash machine every time. Not sure how legal it is in London, but I'm coming from NY and I've never faced this problem in my life. 


The second issue is the son of the owner. The guy who is probably 15 years old kicked us out from the restaurant last time. He said: "You ate, now get out from the restaurant". At this point I don't really care how good their pizza and pasta is. Customer service and etiquette are very important things as well in any business. 



Fresh tasty pizza made. Warm and friendly service provided by all who work there.

Tastemaker

In the recent times, some of the east London pizzerias I’ve been faithful to for years have gone up in prices while going down in quality. Thankfully, there are new places like Natura Café to replace the whole in my pizza heart. I’ve been there about 8 times now and every time I promise myself to eat only half of pizza and to try their cakes (some of which, I’ve heard from true Italians, are rarity in London), but their pizza is go good that I can never stop half way true, although the portion are enormous. The café itself is rustic and homey. Apart from pizza you can try home made pastas (all ingredients come from Italy) and if you’re lucky, you can get a shot of limoncello on the house when you pay your bill.

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