Pizzeria at the Dickens Inn 1

Marble Quay, Saint Katharines Way , London, E1W 1UH

SquareMeal Review of Pizzeria at the Dickens Inn

Dating back to the beginning of the 18th century, this old brick and timber warehouse was originally used for storing tea and may have also been a brewery. Back in the 1970s it was relocated and reconfigured, moving from a sawdust-strewn drinking den to a sprawling complex comprising a bar, function suite, grill and this spacious, family-friendly pizzeria on the second floor of the building – tables on the balcony are at a premium. Around a dozen toppings are available, ranging from your average margherita and neapolitana to Peking duck, chicken tikka and a ‘meat feast’ of spicy beef, chorizo, pepperoni and ham. The menu also takes in salads, pasta, a handful of Tex-Mex specialities (burritos, chilli con carne etc) and puds such as tiramisu. Pizzas are also served in the Tavern Bar and the beer garden. Takeaways too.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Tower Hill Tube Station 544m

Shadwell Station 742m

Address

Address: Marble Quay, Saint Katharines Way , London E1W 1UH

Area: Monument Tower Hill Aldgate

Nearby Landmarks

Tower Bridge 361m

Butler's Wharf 423m

Details

Telephone: 020 7488 2208

Website:

Cuisine: Pizza Bars & Pubs

6.0

Food & Drink: 6.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 2.0

Atmosphere: 2.0

Value: 2.0

Jessica B. 10 February 2017

Been to The Grill and the downstairs bar many times and always had good food and good atmosphere. However the Pizzeria didn't live up to this. We booked a table for 6.15pm and arrived a little early. We were sat down quickly but had to ask for the Early Bird Menu. Food was in small portions and the salad was overly dressed with balsamic vinegar. Drinks very expensive (even by City prices) and the atmosphere was pretty shocking. Was left without a drink or food for around an hour whilst the restaurant only had 4 couples in it. Would only visit the Grill again.