Strada Restaurant Reviews
Description:Locations in England and Wales. / Italian restaurant preparing and cooking pizza in traditional wood burning ovens.
Newest Review: ... if pizza isn't your sort of thing (that'll be me then!). There are lots of more interesting meat and fish dishes such as Branzino Basilico (panfried sea bass on basil mash) or Agnello Brasato (lamb shank) or Tegamaccio (seafood stew). If you like your Italian cooking to be limited to pizza there are eight different flavoured pizzas to choose from ranging from your bog standard Margherita ... more
Customer Strada Restaurant Reviews (23)
by - written on 22/05/13, updated on 21/10/13 (Very useful, 193 readings)
A recent trip to Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth saw us looking for a spot of lunch after a morning's shopping. As per usual I'd taken a wee peek at Money Saving Expert the day before we went to see if any of the restaurants at Gunwharf were doing any special deals. Sadly the deals were rather thin on the ground and I was limited to either Café Rouge or Azurro. I didn't really fancy either of them so I was rather pleased to find a last minute entry from Strada where they were offering £20 off four main courses. Just like Ask, Prezzo, Bella Italia, Pizza Express, Carluccio's, Azzurro and Zizzi, Strada also offer Italian themed dining. To be honest there are so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/12 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Strada is a restaurant chain that I had never even heard of before until recently. There isn't one in Nottingham as far as I know and there definitely isn't one in Grimsby. However, while in London recently and not being able to find the restaurant we were supposed to go to, Strada seemed like the next best option and it was right where we were anyway. The Strada I will be reviewing is Strada Marketplace, London. == Restaurant Information == 9-10 Market Place, London W1W 8AQ 020 7580 4644 == My Experience == This particular restaurant is really easy to find. The best tube station to get off at is Oxford ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I went to Strada last thursday with a few friends. None of us had ever tried any Strada restaurants before so thought we'd give it a try. ***Location*** It is located in the recently created Spinningfields area of Manchester, however isnt in the obvious centre part where the open air cinema is, but a few minutes round the back closer to the apartment blocks. Because this part of Spinningfields is slightly hidden from view it is as a result much quieter and was actually quite eerie, however it meant we could easily get a table in the place. ***Restaurant*** The restaurant was much bigger than I expected, it is a vast ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/11 (Very useful, 201 readings)
Strada is an Italian restaurant chain owned by Tragus Ltd. The Nottingham Strada restaurant is located on Burton Street and is part of the cornerhouse entertainment complex. The restaurant is quite large and has a modern but cosy feel about it. My mum and I last visited Strada in November 2010 after I had converted my Tesco clubcard vouchers into Strada restaurant vouchers so thought I would treat my mum to a meal out. We had been to Strada a few months before and had a lovely meal so though we would go and try some more of the menu. Strada takes part in the Tesco Clubcard scheme which allows you to convert your Tesco clubcard vouchers into 3x the amount of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/11 (Useful, 25 readings)
My husband and I recently walked past Strada and thought we would pop in and well i'm glad we did. Although we hadn't booked a table the staff managed to get us seated straight away. We enjoyed a basket of garlic bread to start and opted for a chicken dish for the main, we then finished the meal off with a dessert. I found the portion sizes were really good, as in the past I have visited restaurants and felt over faced by the amount of food they have provided. At the end of the meal, I felt full without feeling sick or that I had over indulged. The meal was delicious and each dish came out in good time, we didn't feel like we were waiting in ... Read the complete review
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