During a Twitter party the week before last I won a £25 voucher for Pizza Express, so when mum visited last week we decided to try it out on a girlie day out, just me, mum and Amelia!
We arrived just as they were starting to serve food at 11.30am so it was empty and I love the fact it is tucked away as it never seems to get too busy even at rush hour! No sooner were we seated then the lovely server came over and brought Amelia some colouring pens, stickers and a colouring book which kept her busy the entire meal!
She had just woken as we arrived so although she ate her dough balls we ended up taking both her pizza and brownie with us home to have later!
Both me and mum ordered the 2 course for £9.95 meals, starting with dough balls and then Leggera Pollo Ad (Astra Chicken, light mozzarella, sweet Peppadew peppers, tomato, Cajun spices, garlic oil and red onion) and one side order of polenta fries to share.
We each had one drink (mum tea and me coke) and the final bill came to £45+ – after a little talk with the server about which offer we ordered the bill was then reduced down to less than £35 which was better! phew!
As much as the meal was delicious I really don’t think we would visit again unless it was a special occasion, spending that much month on lunch for 2 of us, plus one child, I would have expected something a little more.
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