Mystery solved for new look Cheadle PizzaExpress
|(Advertising Feature)||Published: 28th July 2016 15:52|
Christie produced the novels The Tale of the Christmas Pudding and After the Funeral while staying at the hall, owned by her brother-in-law, Sir James Watts.
Each PizzaExpress restaurant is individually designed - often using well known places, people or historical events from the area as the basis. The artwork at Cheadle has been influenced by Abbey Hall's architectural and decorative details. Some of the hall's most beautiful elements were designed by Pugin. The gate and entrance, amongst other features, have given direction to the motifs and palette used at the restaurant. The end result is a collection of colourful, patterned framed prints.
Manager, Nina Levinsohn, said, "We love our restaurant's new look and have a friendly and enthusiastic team who are looking forward to welcoming everyone over a delicious pizza."
PizzaExpress has been dishing up fresh, handmade pizza to Cheadle since 1998. The refurbishment coincides with the launch of three new summer specials to celebrate the Olympic Games in Rio. The Barbacoa Romana pizza offers a taste of Brazil's famous dry rubbed barbecue. Back by customer demand is the Eton Mess Cheesecake, this time with the addition of a layer of dulce de leche, a traditional Latin American treat, made from sweetened milk. Also bringing a taste of the tropics is a zesty drink based on passionfruit, native to Brazil.
For younger pizza-lovers, the PizzaExpress' Piccolo menu is full of tasty choices including ‘Create Your Own' pizza, and starts at just £3.95. And for budding chefs looking to celebrate a birthday, a Pizza Making Party will see them transformed into pizzaiolos so they can stretch, toss and top their own pizza and play party games before sitting down to enjoy their culinary creations.
For more details visit www.pizzaexpress.com