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35 Cranbourn Street
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3.5 out of 5 based on 15 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Piazza

4.0 out of 5 21 June 2016
by Jon L.

Me & James met up with Barby & Sadie here for dinner.

It was a dreary & rainy evening but this place turned out to be just the right place for us to eat dinner and have a great conversation.

Especially notable for it's location just across from the Hippodrome Casino and Leicester Square Tube stop.

Lovely tables outside and a staff who is eager to accommodate!more

2.0 out of 5 14 February 2016
by Brent V.

Meh, the price was ok for the location. The food was ok - the pizza tasted like American Pizza Hut. The pasta was too sweet and tasted strongly of basil.

Overall it was just ok. I suppose you could go here if you're in the mood for Italian and don't want to venture far from a theater.more

5.0 out of 5 2 January 2016
by Kate C.

We ate here twice on our recent trip to London. I think this could well be the best pizza I have ever tasted to date. The staff are lovely and, even better, they accept a Tastecard meaning we got 50% off our bill. A great central location- go next door to Brewmaster for a drink first, here for pizza then see a show for a fun night in The Big Smoke.more

5.0 out of 5 13 July 2015
by Cathy B.

Lovely spot. Quiet but prompt service, away from the madness of the square. I had theater reservations, and confirmed that my order could be prepared in the time I had. They understood and, indeed, everything came on time. In addition, everything I ordered was much tastier than I expected. I'm just so used to places with this kind of location just resting on their kitchen laurels, and sending...more

4.0 out of 5 10 July 2015
by Laura C.

Just been for my second visit to Piazza, an absolute bargain with a taste card. The first time I had a deliciously thin, crispy pizza. This time, I went for sea bass, which was fried lightly in bread crumbs and perched on a mound of well-seasoned veg and a few roast potatoes. There could have been more spuds, but the fish and veg were somehow filling enough. My pal had the rib-eye, which she...more

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