Enjoy pasta, pizza and a selection of freshly cooked fish and seafood at this Highbury hidden treasure.
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Venue Details & Map
36 Highbury Park
- +44 (0)20 7354 9309
- Public transport:
- Drayton Park, National Railway
It's a good little place for a quick pizza or plate of pasta! A solid 4 stars for consistent quality, friendly service, and very low prices. The pizzas are wood fired and taste of charred dough and good sauce. I'm glad it's a local and only a 3 minute walk-we go ofter!more
Saturday night, walking past Stingray Cafe on a warm evening, a blackboard outside on the pavement featured a £6.95 pizza + beer menu after 9pm, every day. Sounds pretty good, right?
We ventured in and the waitress standing near the back immediately signaled over to us with a quick gesture of her hand pointing us to an appropriately sized an empty table. The other tables were full of small...more
You know when you're having a few drinks with some friends at theirs, watching a film or some suchlike and it comes to feeding time and someone suggests Domino's? In the past, I kind of felt a little bad at trying my utmost hardest to persuade my friends to go for an alternative, thus avoiding a route which inevitably leads to feelings of self-loathing, a wallet £10 lighter, a grease coma...more
Borderline 5-star, just for the value alone!
Most pizzas are under £6 or £7, and as others have said, they are huge! If you think about it, you get a pizza that is bigger than a pizza express pizza, and for less money (though perhaps not with pizza express's nearly constant 2 for 1 vouchers, but pretty darn close... and still BIGGER!).
Nice, salty, Continental style pizza. Due to the...more
StringRays Highbury is one of those places you go to for one reason, and that's the pizza and the price (a.k.a. incredible value). The pizza is 'continental' style, so think more so Pizza Express than Pizza Hut.
The pizza's are HUGE! And not just big, but good tasting and good quality.
The decor is nothing fancy and a bit dark, but becomes cozy enough with a candle and a beer/wine or...more