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This chain is a rarity: neither American nor Italian. Started in London during the Swinging 60s, Pizza Express was as well-known for the vibe as it was for the pizzas. The Indian operation offers the original London pizza as well as a Roman version of the London pizza, which is probably more authentically Italian.
We have never met anyone who isn’t a pizza lover. If you come up to us and say you don’t like pizzas then trust us, we will not believe you. Anyone who has had a decent pizza in his life will know the pleasure a slice of cheesy pie can bring one. They are easy to eat and brings friends together. But let’s admit, now and then we like to jazz things up by skipping on the margheritas and pepperonis and indulge in the newly arrived gourmet pizzas. Several bistros and pizza parlours have come up with a range of delectable gourmet pizzas as a way to reinvent this classic dish. But if you’re looking for a proper sit-down dining experience with the pies then hop over to ‘PizzaExpress’ in Powai, Mumbai.
The unique thing about PizzaExpress is, one, their dining style and, second, their menu that features an extensive variety of pizzas ranging from across the globe. Pizzas are not the only dish they are good at, they make pretty good pastas as well and offers the diners a wonderful array of them. PizzaExpress started its journey in the 60’s in London and since then has grown to be a popular and sought after brand. Begin the meal with, rosemary pizza bread, spiedini di gambero, dough balls doppio, bruschetta, baked mushrooms, Ramiro al forno, pumpkin & mint dip with dough balls and poached pear & goat’s cheese salad. For the next course either choose the pizza route or the pasta one, both are great. Cannelloni, lasagne verde, risotto pollo funghi, spaghetti arrabbiata n’duja, penne con peppadew and linguine Cajun gambero are good choices.
In pizzas they come with a plethora of choices so you will be spoilt for options. Pop open a bottle of red or accompany your pizzas with a nice cocktails. For assigned drivers they offer a fabulous range of mocktails. Dessert is a course you should not skip on. Feast on dough balls with Nutella, cheesecake, chocolate & hazelnut semi freddo, chocolate fudge cake, banoffee pie, tiramisu and raspberry sorbet. PizzaExpress is a bit pricey but that will hardly matter after the fantastic gourmet meal. No casual light-weight chairs for you here, PizzaExpress operates as a proper full service restaurant. The interiors are vastly spacious with chequered floors and two-toned plush couches. The vibe is smart and yet casual.