What they say:
Proving that you don't always need to take out a loan to eat out in London, Pizza Union have brought their cheap and cheerful menu to Dalston. The Roman-inspired pizza chain already has venues in King's Cross, Spitalfields and Aldgate and has chosen to stick with East London for their fourth site. Opened on the Kingsland Road Highstreet, the menu is as affordable as ever, with no pizza topping £6.50.
What we say:
Pizza Union Dalston has opened and there is one thing we can be sure of: the pizza is going to be as popular as ever. The chain brings Roman pizza to London, without the huge price tag; dishes include the likes of Regina (mozzarella, ham, mushrooms and black olives) and Carne (mozzarella, chicken, beef, onions and peppers) all for £6.50 or under. Drinks are also a steal, with glasses of wine priced at £3.20 and beers from £3.