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Located in St Paul's close to Bank and Mansion House station, Street Pizza is Gordon Ramsay's bottomless pizza, cocktail and craft beer restaurant and bar. Due to it's prime location in central London, Street Pizza is the perfect venue for afterwork drinks, unlimited pizza slices and live music and DJ's until late in St Pauls.
$19 - $31
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Drinks
Bar, Pizza, Italian
Delivery, Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service, Wine and Beer
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+Visited with my friend, really enjoyed the pizza margherita, the fresh lemonade and the ambience. Very friendly staff, Rafael in particular was very funny and warm to us! Would definitely visit again!
-Music was too loud to chat
Food good as well as service. Service was an optional charge but added to the bill. Music too loud especially at 5.30pm in the afternoon. Asked for it to be turned down and was initially (Couldn't hear ourselves speak) but gradually turned up). Staff gave...More
We arrived late evening and were greeted so pleasantly! We only wanted to try two of the pizza flavors, but the manager insisted on bringing us one of every flavor and we were so glad that he did. We enjoyed all of them and had...More
It was just amazing and perfect in each possible way. When tasting the pizza you could actually feel like you would be in Italy. And the desserts and the drinks were just as good as the pizza. I don't believe that it is possible to...More
Second visit here, Rafael the manager did a superb job of interacting and making sure we were well served with food and beverages. This was an anniversary meal for us after a full day in London and they did not disappoint. Pizza selection albeit not...More
Wished I had read some reviews before going there!! Only went there as we like going to other Gordon Ramsay restaurants in London and thought we would have the same good service and food here. How wrong have we been! A lot of the comments...More
Date of visit: May 2019
GRGroup, Manager at Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you so much for dining with us and passing on some valuable feedback on your recent experience with us. I apologize that you did not have a satisfactory evening and both the service and food at your table was not up to...More
I found the place overly pretentious to be honest. £15 to eat as much pizza as you like seems to be Gordon getting his restaurant ideas from Pizza Hut.
In a restaurant with one customer we were forced to wait before being seated, when I...More
We already knew it was going to be a great experience from the restaurant upstairs but what really blew our mind is the great concept of a bottomless pizza restaurant. The food there is amazing, not only the pizza but the desserts as well!! The...More
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Response from adamanda18 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, there's no kids menu but children eat free, (our daughter was asked her age when we arrived, she's 11, and they cheerfully told her that there was no charge for her since she was eating with us) sorry not sure what adult... More
Hi, there's no kids menu but children eat free, (our daughter was asked her age when we arrived, she's 11, and they cheerfully told her that there was no charge for her since she was eating with us) sorry not sure what adult ratio they will allow if there were more children. She wasn't keen on the spicy type of pizza but they definitely kept her topped up on the plainer ones. Hope you enjoy it.
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