RADIO ALICE TO OPEN IN CANARY WHARF

With the likes of Market Halls, Humble Grape and now Radio Alice moving in, Canary Wharf clearly is the place to be. Opening this summer, the Canary Wharf restaurant will be the third London outpost (joining Hoxton and Clapham) of Radio Alice, itself an offshoot of the Matteo and Salvatore Aloe’s Bologna-born Berberè pizzeria.

Radio Alice is known for its 24-hour fermented, organic sourdough bases and quality Italian toppings, including speck and prosciutto from Bologna, anchovies from the Amalfi Coast and fior di latte from Puglia. We’re expecting all the old faves from the other two pizzerias, like prosciutto with burrata and orange oil; speck, gorgonzola, walnuts and honey; and courgette, stilton and pickled onions, to make the move east, along with cannoli and tiramisu for puds.

In the meantime, grab a slice’a the action at one of these pizza places.

Opens July 2019
Unit 24, Jubilee Place, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5NY
radioalicepizzeria.co.uk