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Pizza Pop is the enhancement of the unique concept of outstanding dinning experience based on our passion for Neapolitan pizza and draft prosecco. Strongly focused in hospitality, serving the authentic and freshly homemade Neapolitan pizza baked on wood burning oven, where all of our ingredients are fresh and comes straight from Italy, plus our speciality in draft prosecco and fizzy wines.
The most chilled restaurant and the BEST pizza I've eaten. Visited this weekend and paid £5 for an incredible freshly baked pizza and a fizzy drink. Perfect for a light lunch if you're exploring, can't go wrong. Will definitely go back!!
We took the family for lunch on boxing day. They had an amazing deal on. The pizza's were delicious, and enjoyed by all the family, even those that didn't usually like pizza. House red was great. Staff were attentive and friendly, and brought dishes early...More
Worst place I have eaten at for a long time. Terrible customer service, the pizzas were just as bad and the manager was extremely rude. Pizzas are from Aldi I'm sure as nobody could make a pizza by hand that badly! Will not be returning.More
Date of visit: December 2018
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TomS3998, General Manager at Pizza Pop, responded to this reviewResponded 13 December 2018
Hello, we were very busy this day and as we saw all people left very happy , we are sorry you were dissapointed but we didn't here any complain in the restaurant this day. Can you tell us please what did you eat ? And...More
Organised a last minute meal for some hungry young footballers, fast and friendly service and boys loved their pizzas, maybe could do with some main salads on the menu but there are a few choices for starters as well as the pizzas/pasta available.. great venue...More
As said before in one review , the staff watched us eat which also made us feel uncomfortable, the drinks tasted unusual and the restaurant was empty which was strange for the time we arrived (12:30). However the pizzas were quite nice but maybe slightly...More
Stumbled across this place whilst wondering Brighton with my friend and thought the decor looked very inviting.
Once we sat down and we’re greeted by the friendly staff, we got to ordering whilst waiting, chatting and listening to the ambient music. Needles to say, the...More
We visited one lunch time mid week and the restaurant was empty. Which we thought for the time of day was understandable. However, this only intensified the awful atmosphere created by the staff. The waitress was rude and made us feel unwanted. From the first...More