Pizza East is a modern take on the pizzeria. The menu features traditional and rustic ingredients, with a progressive approach and a commitment to sourcing seasonal and local produce.
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56 Shoreditch High Street
Service was delightful but my roast chicken, guanciale, avocado and egg salad was even better. It sounded so good, all 3 of us ordered it! And there were clean plates all around.
My only complaint is the old school desk style chairs picked my silk top, but I just swapped out for a ladder back and was happy again.more
Don't even bother trying this place on a weekend eve if you haven't booked - unless you don't mind a 50 minute wait in their packed out bar area (which they'll claim will be 30mins). If you've cleverly booked in advance (or you've got a date with good chat to distract you - check!) then go for it!
It's possibly the most hipster pizza place in town - industrial-chic (read: unfinished) interior...more
Came here last night for dinner around 8:30pm and it was super packed- about a 45 mins wait for walk ins. Good thing we had reservations.
Between my friend and I, we shared:
-Black Truffle, Taleggio, Mozzarella, Parmesan pizza: I loved how cheesy + savory this was! Only wished the crust was more crispy/less droopy.
-Butter lettuce avocado salad: Simple yet tasty. Very mustardy dressing,...more
I went to the place Pizza East after hearing about it hype.
Indeed the place was packed on a Monday 6:30pm, amazing, the environment is very cool too.
They have a 50% off on Monday for whoever applied to a special ring to have this discount, go for it.
Is not as good as people think it is, the pizza is just ok, the crust is to thin and lacks flavor. Plus the pizza got cold...more
Pizza East is in Shoreditch, housed in the Tea Building which is home to Shoreditch House and Dirty Burger - all of which are owned by the Soho House Group.
The interior has a warehouse feel about it and is open, with high ceilings and an industrial vibe. At the entrance, there is a small area with a big wooden table in the centre for drinks and charcuterie. Venture further in and you have...more