SquareMeal Review of
Voodoo Ray's Camden
Slices of pizza cut from a giant, 22-inch pie do the business at this New York-style outfit, a mini-chain in the making from the people behind Dalston Superstore. The pizzas are all displayed behind a glass counter in the narrow room, whose colourful square tiles arranged in geometric patterns make you feel like you’ve stepped into an 80s arcade game. Toppings, however, are bang up to date, and there are more than a dozen combinations – from rosemary-salted leeks with broccoli, Stilton, Pecorino, chipotle sauce and fior di latte to ‘white’ (tomato-free) pizzas topped with crisped chicken skin, confit garlic and squash, plus site-specific specials. To drink, choose from various bottled craft beers or pick a signature frozen Margarita fresh from the Slushie machine. At the Dalston branch, you can also head down to the basement bar for a full menu of gloriously retro cocktails.
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