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REVIEW: Well Street Pizza, Hackney

REVIEW: Well Street Pizza, Hackney

WHAT? Negronis and espresso martinis served up with fresh, stone-baked pizza in a typically cool Hackney setting.

WHERE? Opposite Fashionbite favourite Well Street Kitchen and a stone’s throw from the infinitely Instagrammable Palm Vaults sits Well Street Pizza, specialising in soft, doughy pizzas blasted in a custom-built oven.

There’s a handful of pasta dishes, too – we hear the meatballs are exceptional, and we loved the sound of the classic Seddannini Alla Puttanesca dotted with anchovies and capers.

Our visit saw us try the tomato-based Collina (made especially for us without cheese for a lactose intolerant guest); a spicy meat feast of Tuscan sausage, n’duja, pepperoni and salumi.

Next, the Crudo E Rucola (ours with extra anchovies and spinach) comprising Prosciutto, Fior di Latte mozzarella, tomato, rocket and parmesan. Perfect on a freezing cold, snowy Thursday night. To finish us off (and boy, did it almost) we shared a Nutella-smothered pizza base dotted with banana and a dollop of vanilla ice cream.

ANYTHING ELSE? You can hire the downstairs area for private parties, a beautiful space full of fun neon signage perfect for a laid back pizza party. Oh, and they’re on Deliveroo and Uber Eats!

DETAILS: / 184 Well Street, Hackney, London, E9 6QT

Amy was a guest of Well Street Pizza

Amy Everett is FashionBite's food and travel editor, she also writes for national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian Travel, Stylist, Shortlist, Red, Cosmopolitan and more.

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