Pizza Express, Victoria Square, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK [ Short Review ]

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    October 2014, lunch

    During our stay in Belfast we tried two Pizza Express, one of our favorite chains in the UK and Ireland for casual meals.

    This time around we went to Pizza Express Victoria Square after having been to the one on Bedford Street.


    The architecture was completely different. Victoria Square is a very modern shopping mall and one of the best designed in the country, so the Pizza Express was also contemporary and flooded with day light.

    It was already busy, but we hadn't any problems getting a table.


    We ordered one Elderflower Presse, one orange juice, two hot chocolates, one Leggaria Pizza ad Astra, one Leggaria Pomodoro Pesto, one Leggaria chocolate cheese cake and one Toffee Fudge Glory.

    Comparing the chocolate cheese cake with the one from Pizza Express Bedford Street it seemed slightly sweeter at Victoria Square.

    It was the first time ever we have been asked our preference for hot chocolate at a Pizza Express outlet (more milk or more cocoa).

    The cost was 44 GBP (ca. 56.35 Euro or ca. 70.30 USD).


    Service was attentive, but in our opinion slightly too personal. But, that's a personal thing, many others might enjoy the attention.

    We will return should we be at Victoria Square again in our future.

    Would we recommend this casual restaurant to a friend? YES!
    Would we want to have lunch or dinner again at this casual restaurant? YES!

    Thank you and safe travels. :)
     
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