Pizza Express Canary Wharf

200 Cabot Place East , London, E14 4QT

SquareMeal Review of Pizza Express Canary Wharf

Times have changed since a fiorentina & a glass of Frascati was all you needed to impress a dinner date, but Pizza Express has changed with them. Formerly known for its intransigence – only serving a certain size of pizza (small!) & rarely varying the toppings – it now updates its menus regularly & gives its many loyal customers something to get excited about once again. Recent additions such as Marcona almonds tossed in sea salt, rosemary pizza bread & a larger ‘romana’ pizza with Calabrese sausage, fennel seeds, parsley & Grano Padano would bring cheer to even the snootiest of foodies. The ‘leggera’ pizza (with a missing centre, replaced by salad) & mini-desserts to accompany coffee are other inspired ideas. Service & interiors are always polished.

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Anonymous D. 03 December 2008

What an awful experience. Lunch time is always busy at Canary Wharf but having to wait an hour for food was totally unacceptable. When they finally arrived, they were lukewarm and my lasagna's filling was all over the plate. It was worse than those frozen lasagna. We should never need to put up with bad food and poor service especially they are charging over £8 for it. The waiters and waitresses weren't helpful. When I found the manager, though he was apologetic and agreed to take the food off the bill, my friend and I will never return to any of their restaurants.

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