Mediterranean pizza restaurant Gallio is the brand’s first permanent restaurant and can be found at The Atrium Kitchen in Canary Wharf. Its aim is to offer a new, modern way to enjoy pizza along with a selection of brunch dishes, sharing mezze-style small plates, seasonal salads, Mediterranean bowls and loaded flatbreads. The interiors are designed to transport you to warmer climes; expect sunshine colours, fired terracotta and hand cut glazed tiles, brass tables and an olive tree. It also offers counter dining so guests can get a peek of the action.
Pizza takes centre stage and all its bases are made with 18-hour fermented dough for a more complex flavour. Examples of toppings include the Moroccan Chicken with spicy chicken, red chilli, padron peppers, sumac onions, harissa, coriander and mozzarella, alongside the Greek Goddess which layers oven baked artichokes, feta, mozzarella, olives, cherry tomato and spinach.
There is also a variety of vibrant seasonal salads and small plates on the menu including Spanish Pil Pil prawns and Mediterranean lemon chicken, served with garlic yoghurt and pomegranate molasses. While Mediterranean bowls are packed with grains, herbs, shredded carrot, turmeric cauliflower and more, then topped with your choice of calamari, wild mushrooms or lamb kofte. The menu also features a good selection of vegan and gluten-free options as well as freshly baked flatbreads and desserts.
On the drinks list there is a selection of beers, wines, premium spirits, juices, mocktails and smoothies, alongside plenty of signature cocktails. Sicilian Sunshine, for example, is made with Malfy Gin, lemon, orange and cardamom, while Hibiscus Mojo is a blend of Havana Rum, fresh mint, hibiscus, cucumber and lemon soda.
The menu is available to takeaway via click and collect and Deliveroo for an on the go lunch or dinner.