Located in Shoreditch, Pizza East is always a go-to stop for us when in London for shopping trips. The interiors are rustic and beautiful, the lighting is fantastic and the scene is always cozy but lively. And of course there is the food…perfection. Obviously no surprise that the Soho House Group knows what they are doing.

From their site:

Housed on the ground floor of the Tea Building, located on the corner of Shoreditch High Street and Bethnal Green Road in East London, Pizza East Shoreditch is a modern take on the pizzeria. The menu features traditional and rustic ingredients, with a progressive approach to gourmet pizza and a commitment to sourcing seasonal and local produce.

The interior design pays respect to the building’s industrial roots, with concrete walls and exposed beams, pipes and pillars. Fresh contemporary touches, such as leather seating and steel refectory tables, complete the look. The restaurant holds up to 170 guests, and is open daily.

Above: The main dining room

Above: The deli where you can always grab some fresh fruits and veg, bread and meats.

Above: The Pizza!

Above: The recent Pizza East Portobello location. A bit brighter, subway tile for miles and we love the pop of color provided by the blue Tolix chairs.

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