PizzaExpress Jazz Club

10 Dean Street, Soho, London

Pizza and jazz continues to succeed

PizzaExpress Jazz Club, exterior picture

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PizzaExpress Jazz Club
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10/10 from 1 user review
Address:10 Dean Street
Soho
London
W1D 3RW
Map:Map & nearby
Cuisine:Pizzeria
Region:Soho
Nearest Station:Tottenham Court Road
Telephone:
Opening Hours:

Mon:11:30 - 00:00
Tue:11:30 - 00:00
Wed:11:30 - 00:00
Thu:11:30 - 00:00
Fri:11:30 - 00:00
Sat:11:30 - 00:00
Sun:11:30 - 23:30
About: PizzaExpress has expanded enormously over the years and now has a staggering number of outlets. The simple menu and kitchen concept has retained its freshly made ideal and you can still watch your pizza being prepared for you. This branch has a live Jazz bar.
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The Pizza Express Jazz Club launched Jamie Cullum, or at least helped him along the way, and anyone that can knock out a rendition of Pharrell’s ‘Frontin’ without sounding like a sleazy lounge singer is okay in our book. The basement is intimate and dimly lit – the two things that every jazz club should be – and sells out shows regularly.


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James Tormé 'Back In Town' Limited Selection Venues Tour
Pizza Express Jazz Club, 10 Dean Street, Soho, London
Time: Doors 19.30 show 21.00
Admission: £25


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"Pizza and jazz continues to succeed"

Review Rating: 6 / 10
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The combination of stodgy pizzas and jazz has been a winning one for the Pizza Express Jazz Club on Dean Street, as they have been packing the crowds in for around 15 years. The intimate Jazz Club appeals to fans as they can sit close to the stage, and the line ups aren’t too shabby either - Diana Krall, Jamie Cullum and Nora Jones played here when stardom was but a twinkle in their eyes. Booking is recommended as it does get filled up due to its small capacity, and ticket prices vary between £15 and £25.

And what of the restaurant? Well, what can be said that you don’t know already of this family-friendly pizza chain. The pizzas are the same as at other branches, there is the Fiorentina with its baked egg in the centre, the Quatre Formaggi with its oily cheese toppings, the newish “leggera” range, in other words low-calorie pizzas where they cut out half the pizza and replace it with salad leaves, prompting you to reach for the dough balls… It’s a cheap option for when you’re starved, and cheese-covered dough can appease the most ravenous of appetites, particularly when sprinkled with mushrooms, asparagus, olives and artichokes like on the Giardiniera – the chewiness of the artichoke leaves notwithstanding. It’s hard to argue when a meal for two is £50, however it’s also interesting that this Soho eatery is still full to the rafters when so many independent, budget options are opening up in the area.



Leila reviewed PizzaExpress Jazz Club on Tue 05 Jul 2011


The Latest User Reviews of PizzaExpress Jazz Club


User Rating: 10 / 10
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sarah karaba
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None of us had been there before so we didn't know what to expect in terms of live music but were excited Nothing about the evening disappointed. The atmosphere is very relaxed and very intimate. We could not have imagined a better place to watch a master guitarist play, as we sat lterally 3 metres away from him. The food was excellent. We all had different starters, main courses and deserts and there was nothing but praise for the standard of cooking. All the waiting staff were superb, courteous and sympathetic to the environment, as food was being served during the performance.

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