Woodfired sourdough pizzas, canned cocktails and Nutella pies at Docklands.
Fans of Liverpool Street's SPQR now have another way to get their hands on its signature woodfired sourdough pizzas, with a second outpost opening within Docklands precinct The District.
While SPQR's latest is fuelled by the same pizza obsession as its sibling, you'll spy a few tweaks to both the experience and the food offering. As always, the heroes are the bases, slow-fermented for 48 hours, decked out in primo ingredients and finished in a custom-built woodfired oven. But here, thanks to a nifty new 'dough lab', you'll also have the chance to watch the chefs hand-shaping the dough balls throughout each day.
SPQR The District is whipping up a simple menu of four white- and four red-based pizzas, running from classics like a capricciosa ($17 for seven inch, $26 for 12) and pepperoni ($15/$24), to the Jim's Pie — an assembly of 'nduja, portobello mushroom, pecorino, stracciatella and oregano ($17/$26). Opt for a standard 12-inch pizza, or have any variety served as a one-person seven-inch pizzette.
Vegan cheese and gluten-free bases are available, too, as is garlic bread ($5), party packs and classic desserts like tiramisu ($10/$18) and Nutella-topped pizza ($10/$16). Street art graces the walls, while the drinks lineup champions smashable tinnies, Curatif cocktail cans and a tight selection of cider and wine.
Takeaway is available through your mates at Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Menulog.
Images: Annika Kafcaloudis and Paul R.Kolarik