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Pizza East Portobello

Restaurants, Italian Portobello Road
4 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)
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Time Out says

Spread over two floors of a restored Georgian pub in the middle of Portobello Market, this branch of the Pizza East mini chain is an industrial-chic mix of metal pillars, shabby-chic wood panels, dangling lights and battered blue metal chairs, with two wood-fired ovens adding to the vibe and french doors opening into the street. Pizzas with rustic toppings are the main event (‘four cheese’ with black truffle, for example), but the ovens also turn out crispy pork belly (with salsa verde), salt-baked salmon and chicken cacciatora, while support comes from meatballs, calamari fritti, salads, deli boards and plenty of wines by the glass or carafe. Upstairs, a separate laid-back dining room and terrace provide a little green haven in Portobello. 

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Address: 310 Portobello Road
London
W10 5TA
Transport: Tube: Ladbroke Grove
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Users say (4)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

3.7 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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tastemaker

We called in for a Sunday night pizza using my 50% off keyring. The place was packed so I'd highly recommend booking but even so, our servers were fantastic and the food arrived in good time. The pizza isn't your authentic Italian thin base but the flavours are great and the garlic bread is yum. If you can half your bill at the end, then this place is a fab place to visit with friends. 

tastemaker

Great atmosphere, gorgeous interiors. Staff are very cool and friendly. Pizza is good, not great, very doughy but tasty nonetheless. Recommend for an evening out with a group of friends - great vibe.


I don't see what all the fuss is about. Nice place with friendly staff and pretty decor but the Pizza was average, and the garlic bread was overly saturated with garlic and butter. I think the Pizza toppings are trying to be a little too experimental but it didn't really work for me.

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