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Ordered a make your own vegan pizza with some toppings along with 2 other kinds of pizzas. When they came they weren't hot but only warm. The first bite I took into the pizza it was bland and tasteless. The dough was difficult to cut...More
Ordered the vegetarian pizza, and don't think I've ever had such a bland pizza before. It didn't taste of anything - I'm not sure if they forgot to season it or add herbs? I ended up covering it in chilli oil to get some flavour...More
Having waited ages to get served in what was a queue of 2, the staff then managed to completely screw up the order:
- My friend asked for a pizza with 3 toppings, instead she was charged for 3 pizzas with one topping each.
Went to pick up my mealpal which should be no more than 2 mins wait but had to wait over 20 mins with no explanation. I was just ignored and it wasn’t especially busy, when I asked about it the staff were all rude. Someone...More
I'm only giving this 1/5 because I can't give it zero.
After eating here many times before I went to this place last night. Previously its been quick, cheap, quality and convenient for a meal before going to the theatre next door.
This time I...More
Yesterday we ordered our pizza and delivery was scheduled for 8.30 pm, at 8.30 pizza hadnt arrived yet so I checked our order and for some reason the order didn't go through although at the beginning seemed to be confirmed. Well, we should have checked...More
We had a family meal here. Being gluten free, I’m used to scrutinising menus but on this occasion unfortunately mistook the description of the patatas pizza for a dish similar to tartiflette. On bring served, I was very surprised when the manager came over and...More
Wow! This is the best pizza I’ve ever had... Now I haven’t been to Italy yet but seeing as all the guys behind the counter were Italian I figure it’s close enough. For about £15 we got a pizza, garlic bread and 2 beers. It...More
The go-to district for a good time in London, Soho hosts a wealth of world-class theatres and a compelling lineup of cafes, restaurants, pubs, bars, and clubs. At Soho's core is London's original Red Light District and the epicenter of the LGBT scene – and thus the city's hottest nightlife. For shopping enthusiasts, Soho is not only the home of London's greatest concentration of boutique shops, but also the
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