Probably the best pizza in east london. I tried both versions (thin or fluffy one) and both are delicious, pasta's good as well as ingredients. They even have a pretty good nduja (traditional calabrese salami)!
But other than that, i really suggest you to have some mixed appetizers: ham and salami served on typical sardinian bread, AWESOME! That's my main reason for going there, it's not easy to find these products in London!
The place has not closed at all - it only changed its name into something not as nice as it used to (I think it sounds something like "Amici 2 go"... )
I've never actually been inside this restaurant but it's my absolute favourite place to order delivery from. The service is excellent (extra points for storing my address so I don't have to repeat it every time I call), they take cards, the pizza and pasta are consistently delicious and the delivery time is lightning quick.
Great pizza delivery place. Thin crust, good quality ingredients, reasonably priced. Order more than you think you'll want since the thin crust won't fill you up. I'd order this for every meal if my wife would let me.
We shared 5 pizzas across 5 people, and managed to demolish every single piece of it. We had a contest going on for who ordered the best pizza, and the Dolce (Buffalo Mozzarella, Tomato, Aubergines, Courgettes, Roast Peppers & Goats Cheese) undoubtedly won! Some of the other variations turned out to be quite similar, and the Hawayana was decent compared to most Hawaiian style pizzas which I tend to dislike. But again, the goat cheese with peppers was superbly done! We also ordered the Campagnola, the Due Sardi, and the La Caletta. Everything was delicious (and we were also starving), and the I love the crust and how it doesn't stuff you up. Two of the pizzas were extremely similar and I don't really remember the difference between the two, except that they both had sausages on them.
I can't say much for the atmosphere and service as we had our pizzas delivered. However, The prices are decent, coming to about £8-9 per pizza. The Dolce stuck out in my mind and will be worth going back for!
We all get pizza takeaway flyers stuffed through our mailboxes, and I've tried more than a few over the years, some bad, some just OK.
On a whim I tried Due Sardi ("two Sardinians") and I was blown away by the quality of the pizza! It's at a small, very busy location on Kingsland Road in Shoreditch, with a very small counter where you can eat. But they also do a roaring takeaway trade, including home delivery.
They also sell pasta, great salads, and they always throw in some of their special bread free. I believe at night in terms of hot food they only sell their stone-baked pizza. Again, the pizza flavour is amazing, some of the best I've had in London, and I'll definitely try them again! A great improvement on those run of the mill pizza delivery services.
Disappointed with this pizza! Had delivery and I live about 10 mins walk away and it arrived luke warm. There was also not a lot of cheese on the pizza and it wasn't particularly well cooked and had a random burnt section on one part.
Following my trip from Rome last year, I was having trouble finding Italian food in London that was equally good. After my lovely Italian friend recommended this place, I knew I couldn't go wrong. I used one free Saturday afternoon to drive to a part of London that I had never been to just to satisfy my craving for good Italian cuisine!
I didn't have any real expectations other than that the food ought to be good. And so, I was pleasantly surprised to find that Due Sardi provided both a take away and eat in service. The restaurant was nicely decorated with a homely feel and the staff were friendly and welcoming. The atmosphere was quiet and relaxed for a Saturday afternoon. The menu was simple and straight forward with the option of their specials as well. I decided on a prawn dish for my starters, pizza for my main and seadas ricetta for dessert. I loved every single bite! The staff added a complimentary limoncello to wash it all down.
This is definitely going under my list of London's favourites!
Oh hello lovely pizza that I just discovered delivers to my house!!
Whenever I go past this place it always has a queue, or I have never been in a position to eat dinner when I am nearby, so the fact they deliver to N1 was a huge WIN for my house!!
Recently, I was lucky enough to have after work drinks in hoxton, and around 9 pm I suddenly realized "if i go home soon I can get dinner from Due Sardi!" which meant forcing Raul to chug his drinks and get the hell out of there so we could get pizza!!
We had a special which cost around £9 with fresh rocket and prawns and was cooked quickly and fresh out of the oven. I think the average pizza costs around £7 which I think is pretty reasonable for the quality and size of the pizza. Although Tom was really tempted to go to Red Planet Pizza right next to them because he thought it might be cheaper. But it couldn't have been by much, and who really wins when you eat cheap pizza? no one, that's who.
This is a great Pizza take away (u can eat their pizza in the bar next door too (Dream bags).
Thin crust, bags of flavour with cheeses like pecorino. yummo!!
The sausage they use is a lovely Italian sausage, not the cheap stuff that can be on other pizzas (think Dominos).
The price is great too - Average £8.
Definitely recommend for pizza in the area.
As a way of procrastinating while working on a tender document (really fun stuff), I decided to pop out and get something to eat, and headed straight for this place.
It's a sardinian restaurant, and I got a take away pizza (they do other stuff also but this was pretty quick). Mains are all around £8-10, and based on the pizza size, pretty good value. Staff were really friendly and there was some cool music to listen too whilst waiting. Def worth a visit if you are after take away, and you can eat their food in some nearby bars (I think).
Having already eaten and been impressed by their pizza at Dream Bags Jaguar shoes last week, we ordered a variety of pizzas to be delivered to our house last night to feed a hungry hoard of friends.
The pizzas took about 25 mins to arrive, sooner than I was expecting them to in fact, and they were delicious. They are not massive and I could easily finish a whole one myself, but then again they don't cost that much.
I'm a sucker for ham and mushroom, but I also tried some of the others. Each with a light, thin, crispy crust and all still warm. Needless to say, despite the protestations of some of my friends that 6 pizzas was way too much for 9 'not that hungry' people, every single slice was gobbled up in a matter of minutes.
It's SO hard to find good pizza. Especially good pizza that delivers quickly. I've ordered from Due Sardi twice now, and am officially a fan.
The garlic bread is funny, but good. It's basically a small pizza with garlicky, herby tomato sauce on top.
Notes on the pizzas - the crust is thin and perfect. Love, love, love thin crusts.
Pancetta pizza is delish, but rich. Share it and your mate's pizza.
Margherita is understated. Didn't notice the basil though (did they forget it, or is it that subtle?)
Hawayana is my favourite. It's gorgeous, with lush, quality ham!!! Sign me up any day!
One last tidbit: you must call in your order. But it's worth it, my pizza eating friends.
Due Sardi is an Italian takeaway and delivery joint that also supplies food to the popular Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes bar located next door. They make all the food on site and focus in Sardinian specialities.
Following on in the shoes of Bang (which alas went down hill in later years IMHO) its a tall order, and not one I think these venerable Sardinians seems to live up to. Their food is good, but not outstanding. Perhaps fine for a post drink bit of nosh on a busy Saturday night, but in reality, their tomato sauce is homogenous and food lacking a real vibrance, variety, spice and flavour as a result.
For convenience Due Sardi is great, but don't expect much more than that. Reasonably priced and possibly better than Kebab Zero down the road, but there are better places to go me thinks.
Given the good reviews and recommendations I received about this place, I had high expectations. Looking at it from the outside, only made me more excited: a hole in the wall Sardinian pizza joint, where I can order a pizza and take it the bar next door! What a great idea! Where have you been all my life?
I order a Due Sardi pizza, ready within 15 minutes, which was fairly impressive. When I sat down at the bar next door, opened the pizza box, and discovered a vaguely roundish, flat white pizza, I was surprised, it looked homemade, like someone's first attempt at making their own pizza.
But hey if it tastes good, who cares if the presentation is a little underwhelming? Well, chewy, fairly tasteless dough, with some nice sausage and onions, and bland tomato sauce and cheese, with no oil, no real texture to the pizza, no char, none of the flavors of the bread, cheese, oil, and toppings coming together like they do with truly great pizza. It basically tasted like someone making pizza at home on a john lewis pizza stone for the first time.
I finished it due to my hunger, not due to its taste.
Very disappointing, and definitely worse than less well-known London pizza joints (or even Pizza Express!), and far worse than anything from Sardinia or New York City.
Nice fresh traditional stone baked pizza hailing from Siniscola, Sardinia (says the take away menu). I opted for the Fiorentina (tomato, mozarella, spinach, egg and garlic). Was delicious and used fresh mozarella di bufala. It's worth a try!
I have only had one pizza from here and it's the best pizza I have ever had it's called La Caletta and I get it at least once a week. Can't really comment on anything else, but this is really amazing.
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