Pizza East Shoreditch
Time Out says
Housed in Shoreditch’s landmark Tea Building, the original branch of Pizza East (from the Soho House group) hasn’t waned one jot since it launched. City boys and hipsters pack the huge warehouse space with its sharing benches, industrial fittings and more concrete than your average multi-storey car park. Pizzas with rustic toppings are the main event (veal meatballs with prosciutto, sage and cream, for example), but the wood-ovens also turn out beef lasagne, cod with gremolata and chicken cacciatora, with support provided by octopus with potato and olives, pea and taleggio croquettes, salads, deli boards and plenty of wines by the glass or carafe. This branch also has its own ‘house press’ for juices, botanicals and shakes, while weekend brunch is a Shoreditch crowd-puller.
56 Shoreditch High Street
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